Yeah I hear you on this one! Been there and done that!
Here's what I found as a solution. Jack the car up very carefully using the jack point but without the usual hockey puck contraption in the Jack hole. Then, if the suspension is fully extended it will not collapse all the way to its normal ride height if you lower it very slowly, and you have an extra inch or so in which you can now insert the lift assist hockey puck. I've had to do this 2-stage jacking procedure on my car for the last year.
PS take a picture of the top of the column and post here. I'm curious to what you have for front isolators. Do you have the composite top piece, the aluminum top piece, or the old helper springs?
Backing the car up onto some "scrap" wood (Jatoba --> Brazilian Cherry) was enough to get the jack and puck barely in place. Here are the requested pictures. This one setting seems to be in the right place after watching Sasha's adjustment video.