Disciplined behavior is an example of the mind trying to do God’s job.
It can only make the kind of results that come out of self importance – which inevitably require greater and greater effort and control to uphold.
But learning and growth happen effortlessly when it’s seen that behavior is an indivisible aspect of the lesson that’s arising now.
In that space of allowing, behavior is experienced without argument, and the individual being blossoms. Let it be!