The wish to become something is the beginning of all complications.
Driven by a still increasing desire after becoming something, inwards or outwards, we accumulate or enounce, cultivate or deny.
As we see time steal everything, we cluster to the timeless. This struggle after becoming something, positive or negative, through attachment or separation, can never be solved by any outside gesticulation, discipline or method.
But the understanding of this struggle will,natural and spontaneus, evoke freedom from the inner and outer accumulation, and the conflicts it is implying.
Striving after becoming something is based on anxiety and and creates anxiety, the anciety of being or not being - the conflict of Hamlet.
To live and to become something are two different things.
Life perhaps involves a striving in technical or physical sense, but what we consider here is the self-production, the philosophical becoming, the belief that you can create yourself and your values through thinking, and the illusion of this; this that you on the background of anxiety is seeking to escape from what you are, into ideals about being something else.from your values, for example.