Dylan Thomas, the poet, once said, "Somebody's boring me...I think it's me." Sometimes we feel, both inwardly and outwardly, that we are continually confronting resistances. And our solution to resistance can be like that of the horse in George Orwell's book, Animal Farm. When conditions seem to be deteriorating around him, the horse's response is always, "I will work harder." Yet in trying to overcome resistance by working harder, we find that we may just be digging our hole deeper. Someone once said that a problem can never be solved on the same level of consciousness on which it exists. Einstein said, more simply and elegantly, "To solve a problem, go to where the problem is not." We overcome resistance neither by fighting it nor by repressing it, but by discovering another way of being right in the midst of it. As David Carradine once wrote, "There's always a third way, and it's not a combination of the other two ways. It's a different way." The way to overcome resistance, either inner or outer, is to find the third way, the way that releases us to our freedom. Discover your way.