Resistance is most powerful when the finish line is in sight. At this point, resistance knows we're about to beat it. It hits the panic button. It marshals one last assault and slams us with everything it's got.
Resistance by definition is self sabotage. But there's a parallel peril that must also be guided against: sabotage by others.
When someone starts to overcome resistance - in other words - starts realizing their dream - she may find those close to her begin acting strange. They may become moody or sullen, they may get sick; they may accuse the awakening person of "changing" of "not being the person she was." The closer these people are to the awakening person, the more bizarrely they will act and the more emotion they will put behind their actions. They are trying to sabotage her. The reason is that they are struggling, consciously or unconsciously, against their own resistance. The awakening person's success becomes a reproach to them. If she can beat these demons, why can't they.
The best and only thing a successful person can do for another is to serve as an example and an inspiration. And, when you get that, Anything is Possible.