I have learned a lot, developed valuable skills to live my life peacefully. I must admit, as a yoga practioner, I was thoroughly moved and impressed at the insight of Ghandi to even set a plan like this into motion. Vikram delivers a profound and positive message through the use of light-hearted humor and satire. He manages to expose the irony inherent in the guru industry, while endearing the individual seeker to the viewer. Watch Kumare - Version 1 You can watch Kumare online for free on this page by streaming the movie in the video player above or by choosing a different version to play below it. Regizorul, Vikram Gandhi, se muta in Phoenix si pretinde ca ar fi un guru indian intelept, in scurt timp isi recruteaza adepti pentru sedintele de yoga. Concealing his true identity from everyone he meets, Kumaré forges profound and spiritual connections with people from all walks of life.
. Watched this last night with my husband who follows his own Eastern guru, so the irony was not lost on either of us. While the method is radical the teaching is priceless. He gradually finds out that Kumare is in fact his ideal self and that he is slowly becoming the real Kumare. I am only sorry that those 4 who left in hurt or anger at Kumare Vikram will appreciate the great lesson down the road. Himself: Ganavaté So much irony in some of these comments here. Filmul se situeaza undeva intre documentar si reality show.
Documentarul este distractiv, provocator si comic. At the height of his popularity, Kumare unveils his true identity to a core group of disciples who are knee-deep in personal transformation. At the same time, in the absurdity of living as an entirely different person, Vikram, the filmmaker, is forced to confront difficult questions about his own identity. Cast Cast overview, first billed only:. Will they accept his final teaching? Along the way, I have handed my personal power over to others, then taken it back, then handed it over, then taken it back again.
At the same time, in the absurdity of living as an entirely different person, Vikram, the filmmaker, is forced to confront difficult questions about his own identity. I don't care that he took the form of Kumare, he is a teacher teaching the truth. I spent many years working with spiritual teachers, masters, and self proclaimed gurus. He finds a deep connection with people as Kumare that Vikram has never experienced. It was heartbreaking for me, but I survived with great insight. What I appreciated with this documentary was the ways in which we give our power away and seek authority outside of ourselves. Watching it unfold was a little gut wrenching, and I was nervous to see the unveiling, since I was already aware that not all the students were appreciative of the method with which they were taught or victimized depending on their perspective.
Kumare shows that what people are looking for is a relationship with an authentic person who gives unconditional love. I'm off my little bitty soapbox. Chiar daca toata doctrina sa este inventata pe loc, el descopera ca exista multi oameni ce cauta disperati ghidare spirituala, iar acesti oameni sunt foarte usor de convins. Can this illusion reveal a greater spiritual truth? I didn't watch the movie with the intention to judge him. Will they accept his final teaching? This movie is hosted on Putlocker and was not uploaded by us or any person affiliated with us. Can this illusion reveal a greater spiritual truth? Having been in a cult and gotten out, I especially enjoyed this film A unique and wonderful movie.
Can this illusion reveal a greater spiritual truth? I thought it was artfully done and thoughtfully filmed, considering the hoax being perpetrated on some particularly sensitive, spiritually-minded folks. The central message of Kumare is powerful. I watched it hoping to learn something from it, and I did. Concealing his true identity from everyone he meets, Kumare forges profound and spiritual connections with people from all walks of life. I was eager to watch Kumare after Ghandi appeared on The Colbert Report in July, but the limited runs of this documentary sent it to the back of my mind until a friend brought it up in conversation as to whether or not I had seen it. It was courageous and profoundly healing for me to watch this.
Parents have him partake in Indian customs celebrating milestones so that he learns of his heritage. Much to the contrary of what Kumare preaches, we seem to be quick at judging more like guessing others and their intentions, but never quite have the time to look into ourselves. At the height of his popularity, the Guru Kumaré must reveal his true identity to his disciples and unveil his greatest teaching of all. Boy decides that all the Geru's are false prophets. I appreciate your willingness to mirror the truth.
What I see is a somewhat brilliant young man looking for himself and searching for answers after being disappointed with all the fake gurus and superstition. Instead, he finds himself forging profound connections with people from all walks of life -- and wondering if and when to reveal his true self. Watch it with an open mind, and it will touch your heart. As Vikram, it was clear he deeply cared about all the people in this film. I won't give away the ending but both Kumare and his followers develop unexpected emotions. Will his followers accept his final teaching? Filmul ridica o multime de intrebari despre spiritualitate, naivitatea umana si rolul liderilor spirituali. I think it's a bit of both.
My teacher took advantage of the power differential and his ego got the best of him. Through a blue light meditation, maybe? Kumare never sought to harm or take advantage of anyone. All of our rituals and beliefs are made up anyway, and the only real reality is that elusive place beyond language and identity we all know is there inside us, and leaves us at some level feeling like something is missing in our lives if we don't connect with it regularly. Funny and enlightening at the same time. Watching the journey is even more powerful. I was a student with a teacher for many years who was a fraud. Vikram, as Kumare, was always telling the truth and giving the power back to the student.