The resistance to what is experienced or perceived in a moment in time is that what creates ‘psychological’ suffering, as you put yourself in a ‘fight or flight’ mode, constantly trying to change the current experience that you have.
This puts constant pressure on yourself, mentally and physically and imprints of anxiety, fear, anger anchor in your mind and in your body co-creating a so called identity ‘you’ identify yourself with and nourish everyday.
It is helpful to leave the resistance of what is experienced, without pushing it away. Rather it is a ‘sitting’ and ‘abiding’ of what is experienced.
Don’t lock yourself in a distorted view of reality and yourself, instead fully engage in the experience itself. – C