Pressure and healing go hand-in-hand.
For truly effective healing to occur, pressure is required.
Pressure creates discomfort. Discomfort gets your attention. With your attention newly attuned, you can ask new, important questions and pursue new, important answers.
We should not fear when the heat is on. When the bills are pilling up. When relationships turn south. When we've made a mistake.
Something is trying to get your attention. Likely, some change is wanting to happen, and the pressure you are experiencing is the catalyst.
Unfortunately-though-understandably, we are creatures of comfort and want clear, blue skies all the way. At the same time, you can only enjoy comfort after experiencing discomfort.
Both are necessary. Both are friendly.