Nonresistance means to fully surrender to the situation you are in at the present moment. It also means not to fight or attempt to change it. It means to allow things to flow as they are, not to dam up the process. Not to cause or create a disturbance in the natural rhythm of things.
The act of non-resistance can be challenging to say the least. However it is the best gift you can give yourself. The Blessings that come from periods of nonresistance are immeasurable. By you getting out of your own way, you permit the unknown miraculous workings to take shape and manifest for you. You will be pleasantly pleased with each outcome, even if it appears as one of your many lessons in life. We have a human tendency to think that only those things we judge as good, to be a blessing for us. To the contrary, you will learn more in adversity than you will in good times about who you truly are. My son, Malcolm, taught me this lesson while he was a freshman in College.
To just be present in the now is nonresistance. To participate fully in each activity you are engaged in is non-resistance. To love without conditions of either yourself or the person is non-resistance. To continually strive for excellence in all you do is non-resistance. To accept all others, regardless of their status is non-resistance. To trust the process of life, is true nonresistance.
Non-resistance is gently flowing with the tides of life. All struggles are kin to the distant relative of non-resistance. There is no struggle in nonresistance.
God dwells in non-resistance. The Dao and Buddha are non-resistance.
Peacekeepers and Peacemakers are perfect examples of non-resistance.
The One Source, The Infinite One, The Most High, The Creator are all non-resistance Specialists.