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BL_HOR_794_Our Esoteric Netflix Selection for Winter 2023

Our Esoteric Netflix Selection for Winter 2023

You loved our first selection, so keep on reading to discover TV shows, series, and movies that deal with spirituality and are available on Netflix!


Care for a dose of spirituality?

The Story of God with Morgan Freeman (documentary – 2016)

Hosted by Morgan Freeman, this program delves into the role of religions in the history of humanity and seeks to answer existential questions. Freeman’s approach is straightforward as he conducts the documentary like an investigator, traveling to various corners of the world. A call for peace.

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Tony Robbins: I am Not Your Guru (documentary – 2016)

In this Netflix series, follow Tony Robbins, a man who has helped millions to find meaning in their lives through his books and methods. This documentary can assist you in overcoming your fears, learning to make decisions, and, most importantly, finding inspiration.

Have a Good Trip: Adventures in Psychedelics (documentary – 2020)

In this documentary, delve into the wild and wacky hallucinogenic experiences of celebrities who share their memories through amusing animations or reenactments. If you want to discover the waking dreams of Nick Offerman, Sting, ASAP Rocky, and other stars, you’re in the right place!

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Shows to change your life

Tidying Up with Marie Kondo (TV show – 2019)

In this show, famous tidying expert Marie Kondo assists people in decluttering their homes and lives, aiming to rediscover inner serenity. So, are you ready to tidy up your desk to clear up your mind?


The Goop Lab with Gwyneth Paltrow (documentary – 2020)

On Netflix, the actress turned well-being guru delves into existential questions, supported by experts and individuals sharing their experiences, to answer the following inquiry: how can we make the most out of our lives?

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The Minimalists: Less Is Now (documentary – 2021)

Two friends, Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, explain how our lives can thrive through minimalism. How can we live better with less? The documentary raises awareness about the world of overconsumption we live in and provides a new definition of happiness.


For an evening full of emotions

Hachi: A Dog’s Tale (movie – 2009)

Every morning, Hachi accompanied Parker to the station, and every evening, the dog would wait for him there. This endearing ritual marked their daily lives and those of all the passengers, until the day Parker passed away, and Hachi continued to wait for him until the end. It’s a beautiful film that tells a true story that unfolded in Japan in the 1920s. We grow fond of the dog from the very start, and Richard Gere’s performance is superb!


The Pursuit of Happiness (movie – 2006)

As a salesman, Chris Gardner struggles to make ends meet, and his partner eventually leaves him and their son. Chris secures an internship at a prestigious brokerage firm but is unpaid, leading to a life in shelters and facing rejections. Lost in the worst trial of his life, Chris continues to look after his son, drawing strength from their bond to overcome obstacles. The film raises awareness of the hardships some people endure, showing us that determination and love can work miracles.


Indian Matchmaking / Jewish Matchmaking (TV shows – 2020)

In the Indian version, matchmaker Sima Taparia assists clients in arranging marriages in India and the United States, all while adhering to a tradition that is evolving in contemporary times. In the Jewish version, Aleeza Ben Shalom, a coach and relationship expert, helps Jewish singles find true love in the United States and Israel, following the principles of Shidduch. A great way to explore love from a different perspective. Thank you Netflix!