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The last Satsang is the last effort
"Humans are meant to awaken, for that reason any circumstance can be a wake up call…""Yes you can’t believe the good news, they are too good to be true... An opportunity for you to awaken, truly awaken…""On the spiritual path you are busy with not doing, but I say to you the Last Satsang is the Last effort, then after that there is no more a question of doing or not doing and not even a question of no effort. Your mind is freed…"
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More recommended Satsangs with Dolano
I don’t really understand the point of waking up
"Hi Dolano, I have been attending your Open Satsang for the last 3 years. I come regularly but I have not been able to make a decision about the Intensive Satsang. I keep thinking about it but I am not able to make a decision. Deep down I fear that I will lose something and I don’t know what.
So, that fear is holding me back. I don’t know how to get the courage… That is my question."
How did Enlightenment happen to you?
"Could you talk about how you got enlightened?
I read that in old times masters chose disciples carefully, and that the aura of the master supported the disciple's growth. I would like to know how it is with you."
Instant intimacy and no separation
Never separate. "I think I had the wrong perception of an enlightened state of being being separate from everyone, but it sounds like you actually feel more connected..."
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"I had an experience when I felt like I disappeared. There was no 'me', no outside. In this moment I was feeling so light, so in tune with everything. There was no more time, no more future, no more past. Usually I'm not aware of this. What is this experience?"
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Why does staying in a state of no-thought take so much effort?
"Why does it take so much effort to hold this state of thoughtlessness, and why it is so easy to slip into thinking? It almost seems the mind's default setting to go into thinking and feelings and imagining."