Lecture in language
World-renowned German director, holder of numerous film awards and author of several books. Together with his wife Astrid, he founded the European Academy of Self-Healing, which serves as a base for those who want to learn to heal themselves.
The biggest turning point of his life was an accident he had in 1981 when he fell from a 15-meter-high roof and crushed his lumbar vertebra, after which he remained paralyzed. Nevertheless, he refused to put up with his condition and experienced spontaneous healing, using the power of his own mind. That led him to focus on healers and shamans around the world and various forms of spiritual healing. Despite the remaining permanent damage to his spine, he lives the life of a healthy person. Thanks to his long experience after the miracle of so-called spontaneous healing, Clemens has fully understood that the positive changes and processes of self-healing can be made in a spiritual way. This is also the main topic of his books, films, and the seminars he runs for people around the world.
„Every little cell in my body is happy. And the path that leads to recovery may not be based on what we consider a reality,“ he says. Therefore, Meltingpot is hosting Clemens‘ lecture, workshop and projection of the movie Living Buddha, as well as his latest one titled