This book presents a systemic breakthrough on the limits of mainstream positive and negative perceptions and reactions. It suggest we go a step beyond our polarized understanding of behavioral patterns, to perceive another totally neutral, more inclusive reality. The text suggests we consider that patterns are just patterns. Whether they are perceived as useful or limiting, positive or negative, good or bad, right or wrong is just a question of personal perception, attitude towards the other and existential choice. Typically, _Coaches accompany clients by helping them leverage their strengths, capitalize on their potentials, embrace their winning patterns, develop their successful strategies. _Therapy in general and Transactional Analysis in particular accompanies patients by helping them develop an awareness and then renounce or replace negative scripts, limiting life positions, constrained symbiotic relationships and manipulative political games.However, when we eliminate value judgments on observed processes, when we choose to perceive the neutral nature of all energy behaviors and interactions, then the true nature of fractal patterns emerge. Such pattern recognition allows us to radically eliminate the polarized filters through which we perceive our day-to day interactions with ourselves and others: In this perspective, we can discover: _That in fact, both our positive and negative interactions with others rest on similar structures, _That fundamentally, both our constructive and destructive relationships present identical shapes or forms, _That intrinsically, both our winning and losing strategies all enact identical, quite predictable processes.Such a systemic perspective can radically question the way managers and coaches accompany personal, professional and organizations transitions, transformation, change management, personal development, career management, health issues, etc. In order to achieve our fundamental human purpose, we first need to develop our capacity for pattern recognition. This awareness of their deep, fundamental forms will allow us to direct their potential to achieve much more sustainable results. Those for which our humanity aspires.