When it comes to Dharma practice, I'm under the impression letting go is one of the most, if not the most difficult things to do...But on the other hand it is also one of the most, if not the most easiest things to do... Go figure..That's Buddhism for ya ....It would seem that it is the underline cause of all our suffering....and that's Dukkha for ya
In the relative sense ...We know that we should but we don't want to, even though we know that by doing so, we will be better off in the long run..
In the ultimate senses (Thus we all have heard) There is no clinger only clinging ... awareness is aware of this, but more often than not the thinking mind is not, and choose to ignore it... turn a blind (third) eye...so to speak...
What would you say is the most difficult thing to deal with when practicing the Dharma ? ( bearing in mind that this so-called (often trouble making) self is made up of the five 'clinging' aggregates... )