The Messenger Of Bad News – By Martin Zoller

Newspaper: Bad News !All through history one of the most unpleasant and dangerous jobs has been being the bearer of bad news.

It's an inherently unpopular task. The fellow ordered to deliver such news to the King's court, was often sent away by the monarch with some angry words and insulting comments. Often, the king’s sword killed the unlucky guy or his head got chopped off.

In these difficult times, I am more than happy that modern human rights and democratic laws forbid such cruel methods of death, mainly, because in these last few months, I feel as though having to share less than good news has become part of my job–the worst part of my job. If we had been living under those ancient laws, surely my head would have been chopped off or my body would have been tortured several times over.

Since we are suffering a global economic crisis and political instability all around the world, my work has become more and more challenging regarding the sharing of good messages or news. Just a few days ago, during one of my long distance readings with a client far from Beirut, I could not avoid a happy laughter in the middle of the consultation. When my surprised client asked me why I was laughing, I told him that it made me very happy that since the session started, there had been no bad visions or insights! It is sometimes very frustrating and uncomfortable for me to have to give negative news when asked. Unfortunately, this has become more and more common in my job.

I often urge clients to remember that, if the answer or outcome of a project or idea is not positive, it makes no sense to get frustrated and depressed and anticipate sad news – especially in moments like this; it is important to keep a positive spirit and not to lose faith in life, humanity and this world. After each storm, the sun shows its smile and after the night reaches its darkest point, the sunrise is not far.

There is always a learning process in whatever is happening to us. If you are struggling in your daily life or feel like you are just surviving, always remember that there is some higher source taking care of you. A prayer or meditation can be the best medicine in such moments to remember this connection and protection. If we study human history we realize that dark periods were always connected to a collective learning process as well as for each involved being an individual teaching.

Berthold Brecht once said:

The one who fights may lose, the one who does not fight has lost already!


(Berthold Brecht)

Let's  follow his wise words and trust in the fact that there is always a tomorrow with new inspirations and the opportunity to grow and become stronger!

All the water of the sea can't sink a ship, unless it gets inside the ship.
Similarly negativity of the world can't put us down, unless we allow it to get inside us.



Martin ZollerWho is Martin Zoller?

Martin Zoller, is an internationally acclaimed psychic, seer and remote viewer.  He rose to fame in 1999, when he used his intuitive skills to find a missing airplane and its survivors in the jungle of Bolivia, after mainstream rescue efforts failed.

Martin regularly holds seminars, lectures and private consultations throughout the world. He is recognized worldwide as one of the most accurate and famous psychics alive.
Zoller's personal vision is to teach people to discover their inner potential, while helping them achieve their life goals, in the process.

To date, Zoller is the author of seven books about the sixth sense, countless articles in magazines and newspapers and human intuition, four meditation CD’s and a Remote Viewing DVD. He also participated in a cinema movie about the sixth sense and produced a documentary about shamanism and holy medicine in the Amazonas.

More about his life, work and visionary predictions on his site:


How To Make The Right Yes-Or-No Decision Using Your Intuition (By Martin Zoller)

Signs in different directionsHow to make the right decisions?

Every day, we are forced to make decisions. Some are simple, like whether or not to add milk to our coffee, what to wear to work, what plans do make for the evening, etc.

However, the stakes rise when we're considering bigger decisions like, which investments to proceed with, whom to marry or which battles to fight. Sometimes decisions are clear and other times, they require a lot of time for us to consider our options, to think about the outcomes and weigh whether or not we can live with the consequences.

While our decisions are personal and take our own time to sort out, however, for me, I find that my decisions not only affect me but may also have an impact on my clients. Without exaggerating, I can say that I take more time making decisions for others than for myself. After all, it is part of my job, to help give information to help people make decisions but also give them the latitude to make their own decisions.

Often times, clients ask me to make decisions for them. But my job is really to analyze future possibilities. It’s like using a GPS in a car. The GPS shows you which direction to take but in the end, it’s the driver’s decision if he wants to drive straight through or stop for a rest; if he wants to take major roads or drive through smaller towns at a slower pace. I give the options but the client has to make the final decision.

"Are you sure?" Yes or NoIn my book HELLSICHTIG, I outline several meditations to open people's intuition; one of the techniques helps to make the right “YES or NO” decision. I call this meditation “The Inner Oracle.”

Choose two colors, one to represent 'yes' and the other to represent 'no.' Next choose a “yes or no” decision you have to make. Sit down and relax. Close your eyes and do a meditation to calm down your mind. Bring your brain in a neutral and quiet state. Now connect to your intuition by connecting to the inner silence. Once you feel completely calm, you visualize a big white wall in front of your inner eyes. Repeat the question two or three times in your mind, without speaking it out loud.

When done with this focus on the white wall and ask your intuitive self if the answer is YES or NO. Don't question what appears before you and if no color appears, relax and try it again. If you have the answer, you can stop the meditation and open your eyes.

Later, see if your answer was right or not. If it did not work out the first time, don’t worry and don’t give up. In my seminars more than 80% of the people succeed with this exercise but it takes time and patience. This meditation should help you to trust in your intuition because you see that it works and over time, it'll be easier for you to make the decision that is right for you.

Enjoy the meditation and good luck!














Martin ZollerWho is Martin Zoller

Martin Zoller is a Swiss national living in Panama. For more than 20 years Martin has been invited around the world to share and use his ability as "psychic" and "remote viewer". He has hosted his own TV shows, in both Bolivia and Germany and released a DVD on Remote Viewing and a meditation CD. Further to the many articles, he has also published five books, soon his sixth will be released. 

Martin's gift to foresee the future allows his clients to receive direction and exceptional guidance in a time of need of answers. His fluency in English, German, French and Spanish enable him to have clients consisting of individuals, corporations, law enforcement agencies, embassies and governments in different continents.

Martin designs and runs workshops and lectures all around the world with the goal of helping individuals understand who they are as human beings, discover/bring out their inner potential as well as their spiritual essence. These workshops and group lectures can be held in person as well as online, via Skype.

Contact him directly here:
– Website:,
– Facebook fanpage: Martin Zoller

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Die Uebersinnlichen – Ein Dokumentarfilm von Thomas Schmelzer zu Intuition, Sensitivität und Medialität

Thomas Schmelzer (Portrait) bei der Premiere zum Film 'Die Uebersinnlichen'Ein Dokumentarfilm von und mit Thomas Schmelzer über Intuition, Sensitivität und Medialität: 'Die Uebersinnlichen'.

Regisseur und Moderator Thomas Schmelzer besucht in diesem Dokumentarfilm mit brillianter Kameraführung einige der bekanntesten Medien und Experten zum Thema und lässt sich inspirieren: Wie real sind Auralesen, Hellsehen, Gespräche mit Engeln und Verstorbenen? Ist an diesen Phänomenen wirklich etwas dran?

Schmelzer traff dazu einige der deutschlandweit und international bekanntesten Sensitiven und Medien, befragt sie nach ihrem Werdegang und ihren Erfahrungen. Und er will sie bei der Arbeit als Protagonist gleich selber erleben: Im Film lässt Schmelzer die Zuseher hautnah an seinen Erlebnissen und Erkenntnissen teilhaben – augenzwinkernd und auch sehr persönlich.

Martin Zoller und Thomas Schmelzer im Film 'Die Uebersinnlichen' (2015)Im Film kommen Unternehmer und Menschen vor, die offen über ihre Eingebungen und Intuition sprechen. So demonstriert zum Beispiel der Remote Viewing Experte und international bekannte Hellseher Martin Zoller Thomas eine Praxis die innert kurzer Zeit zu innerer Stille führt.

(Martin Zoller wurde auf schon einige Male interviewt, z.b. zu einem seiner Bücher: Die Kraft der Seelensprache.)


Hartmut Lohmann löst energetische Blockaden im Körper auf. Varda Hasselmann demonstriert ihre Fähigkeit, in Tieftrance Botschaften zu erhalten und Jana Haas ihre Wahrnehmung von Geistwesen wie Engeln. Ein besonderer Höhepunkt ist das Treffen vor laufender Kamera mit einem der bekanntesten Medien, dem Schweizer Pascal Voggenhuber. Ein denkwürdiger Auftritt der zum Nachdenken und Schmunzeln führt hat auch ein weiterer Schweizer; der spirituelle Lehrer Bruno Würtenberger.

Namhafte Wissenschaftsautoren wie LynneMcTaggart und Rupert Sheldrake runden den Film an mit ihrer Beschreibung des Stands der Forschung im parapsychologischen Bereich.

'Die Uebersinnlichen' - DVD Cover und Film PlakatDIE ÜBERSINNLICHEN – Das geheimnisvolle Potenzial der Seele

Regie, Buch, Moderation: Thomas Schmelzer
Kamera: Christian Berges u.a.
Produktion: MYSTICA TV
DVD-Release: November 2015
Länge: 115 Minuten

Mit: Martin Zoller, Rupert Sheldrake, Pascal Voggenhuber, Bruno Würtenberger, Sabrina Fox, Helmut Lind, Lynne McTaggart, Hartmut Lohmann, Varda Hasselmann, Friederike Rath, Jana Haas, James van Praagh, Paul Meek, Horst Krohne, Annegret Hallanzy und Andy Schwab

Film kaufen: – Uebersinnlichen (DVD)

Intuition: Genuine Or Just ‘Feelings’?

Intuition by ultrafeel.tvWhat actually is Intuition?

Intuition is a knowing, a sensing which is beyond the conscious understanding. It's the ability to sense or know immediately, without reasoning. Also known as 'a gut feeling' and sometimes intuition is even regarded as a divine or prophetic power.

What is the difference between genuine intuition and 'just a feeling' or 'just a hunch'?
When your logical thoughts are in conflict with your emotions, your emotions will most often win. However, your emotions are not intuition. The heart has reasons the mind could never understand, yes, but warning, even the voice of your heart is not intuition! Intuition is utterly beyond both reason (thoughts) and heart (emotions). Of course there can be intuitive emotional impressions, but when coming from 'the source' they are usually pretty quiet, gentle, fine.

The gentle and genuine voice of your intuition is the exact opposite of plain emotions like: "I feel pretty good about it, let's do it." These 'loud emotions' usually sound very convincing – but more often than not lead to complete disasters when blindly following them! Genuine intuition is a quiet and gentle, even humble, voice within you, which simply tells you what's really going on.

What if you're in doubt? How do you know whether it's really your intuition speaking to you?
How can you be sure that is not just another thought, some wishful thinking or some emotion triggered from your past experiences? How can you know that this is the voice within that you should trust? As already mentioned: Your intuition is quiet, a gentle voice, sometimes only whispering. You might see some images, faint pictures in your mind, hear soft voices. Sometimes you really need to pay very close attention to avoid overhearing the real deal. It might also need courage to listen to your subtle intuitive voice, rather than give in to your restless thoughts or screaming emotions of your feverish mind!

If still in doubt, ask your intuition…
How's that for a paradox? But it's really just that: When you finally manage to overhear the noise of your thoughts and emotions, you will automatically – intuitively – know what's true and what not!

Trust your intuition - no need to explain yourself!What if your intution confronts you with strange and irrational stuff?
Often the impressions and pictures your intuition comes up with, don't make a lot of 'rational' sense. Immediately your mind will jump in and try to convince you that this can't possibly be true, "it just doesn't make sense" …yet it stubbornly turns out to be the actual truth.

Your intuitive knowledge may also trigger fear. Don't give in to it. If your emotions are in conflict with your intuitive sensing, you must literally apply discipline: However overwhelming the fear, say thanks to your emotions – and strictly follow your intuition! (In this context see also: Change your life in spite of fear.)

If you're brave enough to follow your inner intuitive voice, you will be rewarded by direct and immediate knowledge, as Robert Graves put it:

"Intuition is the supra-logic that cuts out all the routine processes of thought and leaps straight from the problem to the answer."


(Robert Graves)

Alexis Carrel even claims that all great people rely basically on their intuition only:

"All great men are gifted with intuition. They know without reasoning or analysis, what they need to know."


(Alexis Carrel)

And beware if you're married:

"Intuition is what tells a wife her husband has done wrong, before he even thinks of doing it…"

Women's intuition: Never underestimate it!

So what does our intuition reveals us today?

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