The Fight Between Patterns

In this video get insight into Yuan Tze supporting a Ren Xue practitioner, with an issue they are struggling with, one that many of us may deal with.

Is there a middle ground between a people pleasing pattern (to make peace as well as to not compete) and a competition pattern (tired of people pleasing and want to get my needs met or points heard)?


This was taken from an online Q&A retreat with Yuan Tze.  If you would like to learn more from Yuan Tze check out his upcoming events or replays of previous ones on our Learn REN XUE website.

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