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Free streaming of Lars Muhl’s film ‘The Seer’ Sunday 22 March 2020

Free streaming of Lars Muhl’s film ‘The Seer’ Sunday 22 March 2020

In the light of the difficult times that we as a society are going through right now, I have decided to give free access to my documentary on my teacher the seer Calle de Montségur.

The Seer’s message that joy is healing is more relevant than ever. The intention of watching the film at the same time is to create a common space for healing, presence and unity. Therefore, it will not be possible to watch the film at other times.

Links to streaming

To access the film, please click the link below on Sunday 22 March 2020 at 7-11 pm GMT
(there will be no password needed at that time):

English film: https://vimeo.com/354876796

French film: https://vimeo.com/388567503

Danish film: https://vimeo.com/375363629

The duration of the film: 1 hour and 40 min.

Description of the film

A rare and beautiful documentary by Lars Muhl about his spiritual mentor Calle de Montségur, also known as the Seer.

The Seer, Calle de Montsegúr, was capable of not only diagnosing and curing people with distant healing, no matter where they were on the globe, but was also able to read ‘The Book of Life’, where the destiny of mankind is recorded.

Lars Muhl became an apprentice to The Seer after he healed Lars from a debilitating long-term illness that no doctor could diagnose. The film is based on unique footage of The Seer recorded by Lars when they first met in 1998, and covers the three years Lars was an apprentice to The Seer.

This is an intimate first-hand account of The Seer in his element at the sacred mountain of Montsegur in southwestern France. We are with him in his home in Fuengirola in southern Spain as he is treating patients with distant healing. Some of the film footage is filmed with a hidden camera. The film is an opportunity to journey with Lars through his initiations by one of the most important healers of our time. The Seer shares several messages vital to understanding the current state of the world and changing the status quo.

Unfortunately, the film does not have subtitles for hard-of-hearing.

Enjoy the film.

Best,
Lars Muhl