Going along with this, when we are experiencing a particularly difficult challenge in our life that we want to "move" so that we can be free, sometimes the place we think we want to start, won't let us. For example, perhaps we want to reach a healthy weight. As the method of change, we feel it is logical to tinker with our food choices. Yet this turns out to be impossible since we find ourselves binging on inferior foods even when we don't want to. Our self is resisting the change and it even feels like it is fighting back (often called 'sabotage'). Then we feel a lot of guilt and nothing has changed, even though we made a plan and acted the best we knew how.
This is because we need to find what I like to call "the entry point" to the problem, or more accurately, the entry point to the change. There is a way to initiate a healing chain reaction with less resistance and that provides the greatest leverage to arriving at your potential in the given area of life. The entry point may be different for you than for another. Several entry points may work for you; perhaps only one really will.
If you have the right entry point, then you have found the easiest action(s) to take (for you) that produces the easiest and greatest amount of change or healing. In my life, I have acted within a multitude of healing models and have learned a lot and been blessed. But when I found out about mega-nutrition, this was the key for massive healing. In terms of the choices I am prepared to make on a daily basis, if I start with a concentrated nutrition source, then all of the rest of my choices flow with ease. (This is an overall life key for me; but when I deal with specific issues, I often need to find another specific entry point for that issue.)
In my example of a person seeking a healthy body including weight, this person found out that "making a food plan" is not their entry point (it may be for some). Perhaps this person's entry point is to seek emotional healing and dig up and release the damaging past. Now this is not easy in the sense that it would take a lot of courage to take the first step on that. But it is easy in the sense that if this work is done, it frees them in so many ways including naturally and automatically modifying their food choices and weight (the food plan is now effective and enjoyable). Or the entry point may be that a person needs a companion. If they have a friend and they are both working on the food plan, then it's easy! These are just some possibilities in a situation of this type.
An entry point is not necessarily the only action or step a person needs to take, but it is the place to start that will ease everything else. How does one determine what their entry point is? We can ask the universe, "Please show me the change entry point for ___________. Thank you!" We will be led to a new idea; or something we've always known but maybe didn't listen to, or didn't want to look straight on, will become clearer. Also, we can be a dedicated student and go on a journey of trial and error. We can learn all we can about possibilities related to our change and healing needs and apply them to see how they work for us. "I've tried everything!" we may cry. But that's actually amazing! To have that much knowledge because we "tried everything"? If you get to that point, then you know you have to look beyond "everything", and trust me, it's out there. There is so much healing available in this world, if we just are willing to search and be open. When you find the entry point, it will make up for any previous struggle, because it will open your change choice-making with ease and speed.