If you encounter something that seems immovable—a person, a situation, an emotion—it's more like a floating object than a stationary one. It will move, if you apply energy in the right direction; but I suggest you proceed more like a tugboat than like the Titanic. But do you really need to move this thing, whatever it is? Do you need to exert so much energy? Or would it be better to organize your life around its presence for a while? What you have over the next few weeks is an opportunity to determine the size and scale of the situation, and to make an assessment of how it's influenced you in the past. That's really the question—what you're going to do about something that already happened, perhaps long ago, and potentially reaching into past generations. What you're doing that your predecessors have not done is acknowledge its existence. What you seem to be dealing with is a secret of some kind. There are at least two levels to any secret: one is figuring out that it exists, and the other is figuring out what it contains. It may seem nearly useless to know that there is some concealed information, but to not know what it is. But in truth, you're more than halfway there.