It is only possible to see the contents of your own consciousness.Good, bad or indifferent, what you are witnessing is alive in you. We, at that moment, just happen to be good mirrors for them. We are able to reflect this for them because our mirror is less distorted than most and we spend a lot of time cleaning it which is a benefit to us all.
This brings us to one of our new favorite movies, Kumare. A beautiful experiment in transformation and revealing the power within. Kumare is about a young man's attempt to expose the phoniness that he sees in the Guru business by play-acting one himself. It starts out as a sort-of spoof and it turns into a trans-formative journey for the new Guru and the followers who joined him. On the surface, it seems to poke fun at the 'gullible-ness' of humanity but the truth is that it exposes a crucial fact that all Gurus, real and phony alike, play a role as a catalyst to awaken what is stirring inside of them. That is why we love the acronym, G.U.R.U... Gee, You Are You.
BTW... we saw it on Netflix