The Nature Of Complacency

by Peter Carlson on April 18, 2013

During this dialogue led by Kitty, the nature of complacency in spiritual practice was explored, combined with how conceit affects the mind.  Conceit means to be attached to believing I am better, worse or separate from others.  Kitty used an example from a relationship conflict that was conditioned by complacency combined with conceit, that is, not paying attention to her internal process, which caused friction between her and a dear friend.  She then discussed how conceit conditioned this response, and how the conflict was successfully resolved.  This presentation was accompanied by some lively discussion.

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