Remember that all work you ever do is brought about step by step. Having a clear intention can be helpful, but you do not have to feel fine about each and every step before you progress. If something feels insurmountable, consider that you can just begin and put as much focus on each individual aspect as you can. When you work in this meditative way, where each action deserves praise and approval, you begin to see how your little efforts will stack up into a remarkable achievement. During the journey, though, you can feel wonderful. This state of feeling is not just to make it easier and less stressful. It actually helps you to connect to that flow and get more inspired ideas to move forward faster.
One practical way to do this is to choose to do one very small task, actually the smallest aspect of that task. Do whatever it is that you are completely willing to do without resistance. If the first step seems too small, break it down to an even smaller task. Do this until you are willing to take some form of action. After that, give yourself the ability to feel accomplished about that. Then, consider whether there is follow-up task that you can do, even if it is just as small. Give yourself the ability to choose either way on this. If you don't have the "energy" to do this small and seemingly meaningless task, then you can stop for now. Very likely, you'll be willing to see how far you will go doing these extremely small tasks. Eventually, you'll realize that you just got started on something that you were resisting or putting off. This will likely inspire another action, which will propel you to go even farther. You might find yourself "in a flow" where you feel like you're working almost effortlessly on something that seemed so difficult before. You can choose to get into a flow, you just sometimes have to start very small and give yourself the approval to not "make yourself" worry about it. Once you get a significant aspect completed, you'll have your own motivation and momentum to move you forward.