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

Tuesday, 28 June 2016

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.

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