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What is that churning in my stomach?

Question:

“A question from my immediate experience of the mind in holliday. I experience a churning in this body and sometimes it feels like this is too big to hold. It’s not unpleasant. It seems so much and I shoot off and then I go off into my mind and all the fear comes back.”

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Churning in my stomach - Dolano
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Dolano, what is your teaching?

A seeker persistently asks Dolano what her "teaching" is. A very helpful short tape that clears a lot of misunderstandings about what Dolano is doing. Guest appearances by Ramesh and Krishnamurti :)

Beyond feeling good or bad

Question:

"I'm doing Vipassana meditation daily in the morning for 25 to thirty minutes. One day we feel very nice, the next day somebody says something to us, we're disturbed. After one or two days, again we feel very nice. Why is this going on?"

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Close to truth is still far away

Question:

"Is there something to help clean the emotion body? Yesterday, my emotion body had so much emotion and crying, because something touched me very deeply. After I felt very quiet, no story, no drama. I don't feel pain. I'm very WOW."

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The last Satsang is the last effort

Dolano: 
"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…"  

No one here

Question:

"I've been listening to your open satsang tapes for months, and I've heard all of them three of four times now. The question that I have is that you say there is no "I", and there is no one here, there is no one home. So who showed up here, if this is true? Who or what is having all of these thoughts and these feelings and this experience? If there is nobody home, who is doing this?"

Believing and understanding is not knowing

There is all the difference between knowing and knowledge! 

People that are frustrated with the path

Question:

"I’m sick and tired of everything - enlightenment, meditation. I find myself recently going back into ego a lot more and still being unsatisfied with that. It’s just… I don’t know where I am…"

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Open Satsang mixed with interview questions

On this tape a number of the questions were asked by an interviewer who was visiting. 

Why does staying in a state of no-thought take so much effort?

Question:

"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."