015: Can Passion be your GPS?

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World’s top specialist on the Power of Intuition Martin Zoller says following what feels good for our hearts will bring us in the right direction.

Does passion have anything to do with intuition? Actually, when you mix passion with intuition, outstanding things can happen.

Martin Zoller is a renowned specialist on intuition, one tool that all of us own but few know how to use. His mission is to help people through the Power of Intuition.

“I don’t work. I do what I love to do.” Martin says. Many people still think that work and passion are two different things.

However, if you put passion into your work, you can really enjoy every day. Martin followed his dreams and developed his intuition so much that he can even find missing objects or people.

He says: “If we only get our inputs from our surrounding, it’s easy to get lost!” That’s why he advises us to look deep within and to do things with passion, love, and inspiration.

Do you want to know more about the incredible potential of passion and intuition? Watch today’s episode and remember to share it with your friends and spread the passion.

Live Passionately,

Moustafa Hamwi

Passionpreneur & Chief Energy Officer

Award Winning Author & Speaker

AKA The Passion Guy

Transcript

Moustafa: Hello everyone and welcome back to Passion Sundays, the best way to end the week and start another.

Our guest today is a phenomenally interesting person. He’s the world’s leading intuitive viewer. He works with governments, with the police and he work with different organizations and universities helping them decipher what intuition means, Martin Zoller. Martin…

Martin: Moustafa, thank you for having me here!

Moustafa: Thank you very much!

Martin: Pleasure to be with you.

Moustafa: Thank you! What an interesting take on passion today. I mean, you’re talking about intuition and my understanding is that, you have ah scientifically proven in a way and worked with ah finding missing planes, finding missing people ah and all this started with the passion that when you were young?

Martin: Yeah for, for me, I’m very, I feel very blessed because I really can use my passion. My, my talent helping other people, which in my case is the power of intuition. Intuition is something all of us all of us have but many don’t know how to use it. So I’m using my intuition to help other people. I did a lot of work in as you said, finding, I found the missing plane in 1999. It’s record by the press.

I was working with institutions, I gave lectures at universities, I was working with government before ah, before elections, to help them to culture candidate. So I found a way to use the power of intuition in a very grounded and a very…I was almost say scientific logical way. Because for many people they say that it’s difficult to understand but if they see that it really works, helping to find objects and people, there is no way how to doubt it because the proofs are there.

Moustafa: Okay! And the how did you actually know that this is truly your passion? Because a lot of people get into things when they think it’s their passion. But they, they just fizzle away from it and especially when you’re talking about something like, being intuitive. That’s not you know, easy. When you went into your parents and say “Hey I’m passionate about remote viewing!” especially back in the days.

Martin: Umm well I, I went to India in the 1990s and I just knew that I have to do something for myself which was, was to develop my intuition. I followed my dreams. I followed my inner visions who showed me clearly what path to go. And if people ask me “What is your work?” I always say “I don’t work.” I do what I love to do what I do for my heart and I have an income with it. And that’s for me living with my passion if I know that what I do is really for my inner self, and I do that now for more than 25 years.

I still do it with passion. I still do it with love. I still do it with a lot of inspiration. So for me, there is no doubt that this is my passion because I do it so, so long and I still love to do it.

Moustafa: Nice! Well I mean you, you make it sound like a lot of fun and I’m sure it is now as, as your whole filled of intuitive viewing and remote viewing and predicting lost planes and lost people. It’s becoming more scientifically acceptable by universities and you know, Olympic committees. However, I’m sure when you started that journey, it must have been ridiculed alot and it must have took a lot of passion for you to stay on that path when you believe that what you’re doing is right.

Martin: Exactly! This is very important, this was very important tool then I have the…and the…ah, good momentums where I could prove that this really exists. Like when I found this plane which was ah published all around South America in the news. When I helped to find missing people, which was also published in Europe and in South America. If you go on my website you can find lots of press articles about these cases. So this showed me that what I do is really true.

I saw in the reaction of the people I worked with and the way I could help them, I saw that it’s true for them too. Because it brought them in a good way and in good direction and I have so many proofs since then. And then I’m also asking from life from the universe from time-to-time to give me new indications that yes there is a support, there is a help with my inner self. And then I get new proofs which also help me to stay all the way.

Moustafa: Hmm. I see! So it’s not, it’s not easy to always know what is your passion. You actually have to be more intuitive about your passion.

Martin: Yeah for me, meditation is a very important tool that to feel and to know, yes, what you do today is still the right way. Because we live in such a fast world and such fast reality that it’s very easy to get away from the track. And if we live only focus to the outside, if we only get our inputs from, from our surrounding, it’s easy to get lost! That’s why from time-to time, it’s that I meditate daily but it’s important to really focus on yourself to feel “Is that what I do today still my passion?”

Moustafa: Hmm.

Martin: “Is that what I do today is still my vision?” And if there’s a positive, positive reaction to those questions then you know you’re on the right path. I see my…ah, to me, if following your intuition and your passion is like being in a car with a GPS

Moustafa: Hmm.

Martin: Me as Martin, I’m in the car. My intuition, my inner self is ah the GPS. And the soon I see the way I’m still going is right, and brings me in the right direction, and it still feels good for my heart and from like what you said passion, I know yes you’re still in the right direction.

Moustafa: I love it! So your passion is your GPS.

Martin: It is! It’s a very important tool, it’s one of the very important tool. My passion, my heart plus my intuition I would say are the best team.

Moustafa: Amazing!

Martin: (Laughs)

Moustafa: What a, what an amazing way to conclude this interview. Martin, thank you very much for being with us here today

Martin: Thank you very much, it’s a pleasure and an honor for me.

Moustafa: Thank you very much!

Martin: Thank you!

Moustafa and Martin: Passion!

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