When circumstances are too difficult to tolerate, dissolve the ego and direct your awareness deep into the self. There you will find solutions in vastness of your divinity.
Read the text from Richard Wilhelm's and subsequent translations of the I Ching
#59, line 3, #48
Wind carries the Mists aloft: Sage rulers dedicated their lives to serving a Higher Power and built temples that still endure. The King approaches his temple. Success if you stay on course. You may cross to the far shore. Walls meant to protect have instead separated and isolated. Your defenses have kept you apart from those whom you most need to touch. Whatever the reason for discord between you, it is time to lay down your arms. Dispel the inflexible demands and fears of the Mind so that you may reunite in the Heart. If you have begrudged, forgive. If you have torn down, repair. If you have injured, heal. If you have judged, pardon. If you have grasped, let go. His ego dissolves and the void is filled with his Self. No more fear and frustration. Inside each of us are dreamlike symbols and archetypes, emotions and instincts that we share with every other human being. When we feel a lonely separateness from others, it is not because this Well within has dried up, but because we have lost the means to reach its waters. You need to reclaim the tools necessary to penetrate to the depths of your fellows. Then the bonds you build will be as timeless and inexhaustible as the Well that nourishes them.
“Train the mind by directing it to confront your unlimited soul. The mind will be elevated, and you will be elevated. That consistent projection and training is called a permanent state of bliss.” Yogi Bhajan