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.