Topic is the criminally good streaming service from Kino Lorber and First Look Entertainment for thrillers, mysteries, dramas and documentaries from around the world, serving viewers who crave entertainment beyond the mainstream. Whether it’s a Nordic-noir crime thriller (The Killing), an Italian supernatural drama (Christian), or a haunting true crime docu-series from the UK (The Missing Children), Topic expands your view of the world.
He might be a false prophet, but Sri Kumaré has been known to teach true enlightenment. Now he’s imparting new wisdom with his series, The Guru Inside You. Each episode focuses on a different issue with Kumare’s hilarious brand of spiritual guidance.
In episode one, Sri Kumare teaches his most important lesson: how to be your own guru. He reminds us that people who call themselves spiritual leaders are frauds, so it’s best to be your own. But if all else fails, there’s always mimosas.
In this episode, Sri Kumare helps us feel less lonely in quarantine through awkward air hugs, cheese analogies, and his infamous blue light meditation. “If my father can figure out how to Zoom, we can all figure out how not to be so alone.”
As if finding love with another person isn’t hard enough, Sri Kumare reminds us that we must first love ourselves. In this episode, the guru dispenses some valuable wisdom on how to change our narratives in order to achieve self-love.
In support of Black Lives Matter, Sri Kumare focuses this episode on how to break the cycle of systemic racism. It starts with the individual—we must do the hard work of acknowledging, evaluating, and eradicating our implicit biases.