This is what I was trying to say:
“Never work against Mother Nature. You only succeed when you work with her.” Cesar Millan
Cesar’s Way: The Everyday Guide to Understanding Common Dog Problems
When I said this:
All around us there is a natural energy and a flow to things and you can tap into that. You know, the groove, the pocket, the current–all those terms we throw around to describe other people’s freedom of movement but never really bother thinking about for ourselves. Ferriss talks about this–about just letting go and realizing that a little momentum can carry you further than all your frantic scrambling. I am starting to feel that when you stop trying so hard and let your subconscious do what it needs to, you find better results than you do in the Pyrrhic battle for control.
You can’t change a human nature any more than you can change a dog’s nature any more than your can change the nature of nature itself. It’s a lot easier, a lot more efficient, and a lot more effective to find out how to channel that power instead of throwing bodies at it. His is more concise, I like it better.
“Everything good is instinct – and consequently easy, necessary, free. Effort is an objection, the god typically distinguished from the hero (in my language: light feet are the first attribute of divinity).” F. Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols.