Girls, of course. :)
The state of Enlightenment — a much talked-about paradigm shift from linear content to nonlinear context — can be likened to a bird suddenly realizing that it is the sky and always has been. As such, it is a very major shift in viewpoint, experiencing, and identity. Once this profoundly significant event occurs, no further suffering is possible as the nonlinear field of consciousness is eternal, innately peaceful, and without fear or desire. Compassion replaces judgmental condemnation, and bliss replaces negative emotionality. There is no requirement to think, as survival is guaranteed by the Self, which is the inner Purusha/Teacher that determines all that happens in the final earthly lifetime that remains.
Intrinsic to this condition is a natural desire to share how one escaped from the claws of the inner animal/ego and to consequently show others how to transcend suffering and learn to walk among the few who are happily awake. Attracted by their own inner Self, the spiritually-curious appear from all over to ask questions and discuss what is on their mind. What, specifically, do they so often wish to talk about?
Girls, of course!
"To Accept What Is" (48 mins.)
The first caller professed that he generally does well with women, however, he often has trouble when it becomes time to move things in a physically intimate direction.
"The Teacher's Within" (48 mins.)
The 2nd caller has a belief he can't quite shake (namely, that he'll never be able to have an intimate relationship). Also, no women qualify, they're all boring, etc.
"The Decision" (1 hour 50 mins.)
The third caller can't "read" girls, and hence doesn't seem to notice when they're clearly disinterested.
Total time: 3.5 hours.
As always, the roots of each problem are thoroughly investigated, and their underlying solutions uncovered. Even though the conversations are centered around women, dating, and relationships, a great variety of topics are spontaneously interjected, such as: Diet, environmental issues, enlightenment, meditation, discernment, cats, the US elections, the simple, completely overlooked solution to the national (and international) "debt crisis", Hawkins and his new biography, the nine personality types, and more.
Caveat: As legend would have it, evidently Ramana Maharshi had a very warm/saintly teaching manner, however, when a student wasn't making any progress he would send him over to visit Nisargadatta Maharaj whose own manner was more abrupt and confrontational. Thus, many teachers believe that different styles suit different personality genres, with neither style being considered 'better' than another.
That said, like Maharaj, the teaching style of Stephane Hemon may be compared to that of a zen master rather than a saint, thus, newcomers are forewarned that his "no nonsense" style might be too shocking (and therefore better bypassed) by those preferring gentleness over expletive-heavy frankness.