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Old 03-13-2013, 03:57 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Old 03-15-2013, 05:44 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Watching this doc called "Kumare" on Netflix. It's one of the best and most intriguing I've seen lately. Basic plot is:


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Old 03-22-2013, 02:23 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Watching this doc called "Kumare" on Netflix. It's one of the best and most intriguing I've seen lately. Basic plot is:




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Dude, I would LOOOOVE to see that! Post it somehow!


Also... your site is awesome, clivey, thanks bro.....
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Old 03-22-2013, 03:12 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Old 03-22-2013, 05:09 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Dude, I would LOOOOVE to see that! Post it somehow!


Also... your site is awesome, clivey, thanks bro.....
You need to steal someone's Netflix account or torrent it I guess.

It's really such a cool concept. It's funny how people believe that they need someone in life to guide them, and this movie shows that we only need to follow ourselves. I really liked the camera work too. It's a serious documentary for the most part, but is also filled with laughs because of how willing people are to believe something from someone just because they seem enlightened or talk with an accent.

Here is a trailer, but I would just watch the film anyways if you can

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Old 03-23-2013, 07:39 AM   #28 (permalink)
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Old 03-23-2013, 11:03 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Found Kumare for free:

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Old 03-24-2013, 12:45 AM   #30 (permalink)
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Thanks a lot, Waves.

That movie fucking sucked.

The climax you were waiting the entire 90 minutes for never even happened.

That Hindu cock sucker could have really helped those people by letting them know what gullible dumb asses they were being.
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I'm not Waves, but maybe you saw a different movie. He told them at the end. It said 4 of them never spoke to him again. I mean, how could he really be an asshole about it to them. I think it kind of taught him a lesson as well and you could tell he was dreading hurting them. It's a shitty situation to be put it, yeah. But hopefully the people realize now that by being In that film it helped get the message across to other people, even if it was at their expense. And they really have nothing to be mad about in the first place. They chose to follow some random dude because he wore a traditional guru robe and talked with an accent.
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i recommend watching the whole series, for something originally filmed in 1979 its exceptional, great stoned viewing.
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Old 09-21-2013, 08:32 AM   #37 (permalink)
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Thanks man, so far so good. Thinking of all the people I've meant at different spiritual venues thought out my journey. This doc I can really relate to.


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It's really such a cool concept. It's funny how people believe that they need someone in life to guide them, and this movie shows that we only need to follow ourselves. I really liked the camera work too. It's a serious documentary for the most part, but is also filled with laughs because of how willing people are to believe something from someone just because they seem enlightened or talk with an accent.
Well... some people call them parents, some people call them preachers....
But I think it's fair to say in life we've all had guides, and that is okay.
I get what you mean, and I'm not sure it's a bad thing per se.

Any definition of a guru I've ever thought to be true or felt to be true in my experience is: Of one who can reflect yourself back to you, that helps you learn.

Hell.... Reflective listening is a counseling skill, so no wonder when it's done in a spiritual setting it works, too.... and no wonder some clients try to treat their counselors like gurus (and maybe quasi-worship them)

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Nice up for the link! Putlocker and the movie title are all I usually have to type to find what I want.

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They chose to follow some random dude because he wore a traditional guru robe and talked with an accent.
Once in a bookstore in Portland, Oregon, I little Indian man in a red toque walked up to me, and told me in his heavily accented voice that he thought I looked like Jesus, and that this was a very good thing, that is reminded people that God is all around them.

I said, I agreed, by never really knew how to react when people took that as more than a cue for remembrance, and instead talked to me like I was any more of a man or god than they.

He laughed, and told me to just be myself..... And commented, while pulling on his beard and mine at the same time, that people see all this dead protein hanging from out heads and faces and think this makes us smart! And then shared some of his own funny stories of people walking up to him and asking him for advice, and how he handled the situation.


A small thing the movie makes me remember.....

But there are so many other 'far-out' experiences and people that this movie makes me think of, genuine and those who want for nothing more than to fit in and be valued.

Wanting community and connection isn't wrong, that much is true of anyone.

So yeah, I'm in about 30 mins and really enjoying this.
Thanks man. Will share this on FB for sure.
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Great series about Chilna by the BBC. It's free to stream on Amazon Prime.


Wild China (TV Series 2008


Monkeys that rockclimb in the dark, alligatos, birds trained to fish by the natives. I highly recommend it!
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