What is ZeNLP?
ZeNLP is a combination of Zen+NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming). The word Zen evolved from “zhan” in Japanese which Chinese monks carried to Japan. “Dhyan” or “Meditation” was mispronounced by Chinese monks as “chan” which meant meditation. Zen means meditation.
Neuro relates to the brain, mind and the five senses (sight, hear, feeling, taste and smell), Linguistic to spoken and body language communication systems and programming is organisation of your thoughts, feelings, communication to achieve your desired outcomes.
ZeNLP is a school of psychological thought which believes that meditation can multiply mind power manifold to reach goals in life.

It helps to choose the right attitude for a particular situation, better understanding of yourself and others, more effective communication and positive frame of mind. It will help you to get the best out of yourself and others in your personal and work life.
It will help to be effective and efficient in managerial decision making. ZeNLP cultivates right brain activity through meditation, creative visualisation and auto-suggestion.

The Contents:
Introduction to ZeNLP
Mental Maps
Goal Setting and Achievement
Improving Body Language Skills, Stress Management
ZeNLP meditation
Tribal Yoga
Creative Visualisation
Tribal sounds of nature for Progressive Relaxation
Tribal Binaural beat music for Trance formation
Tribal meditation (cosmic consciousness)
Swish Pattern, Decision Destroyer, Movie Music, Fast Phobia, Backward Movie

The Objectives:
The objective of this workshop is to upgrade the conceptual skills, analytical abilities and strategising skills of participants with a focus on multiplying their mind power manifold to achieve personal and organisational goals.
What workshop participants will receive:
Various meditation techniques including zen meditation, dynamic meditation and ZeNLP meditation will be demonstrated at this workshop. Participants will receive access to Mind Power Music, Scrolls for Success and training materials and instructions for internalising ZeNLP techniques learnt at workshop.

The Diet:
Participants will be served special Zen tea and Zen diet also known as High Power Diet throughout the duration of the workshop.

• This makes them more effective and efficient in managerial decision making. ZeNLP cultivates right brain activity through meditation, creative visualisation and auto-suggestion.

About the Facult:
Murli Menon is a many faceted personality. He is a professional consultant, a trainer, a biochemist, a linguistic expert, a poet, a story writer and much much more. What is amazing is that he has excelled in all these fields and has been recognised nationally and internationally. Murli has had an exceptional academic career which spans from graduation in biochemistry to MBA in Marketing to presently pursuing advanced doctoral research on the effects on Zen Meditation on the unconscious mind. Murli is the recepient of several international awards and is listed in “International Who’s Who of Intellectuals” by International Biographical Institute, Cambridge. Murli is also the only Asian to become a certified member of “We Care” Coalition of U.S.A.. Murli is the recepient of “International Award for Distinguished Leadership” by American Biograhical Institute, U.S.A.
Murli is the President of phenoMenon consultants incorporated and is a certified ZeNLP trainer to top national and Multinational corporations. PhenoMenon consultants is the one and only consultancy in South East Asia who offer MIND POWER development workshops for senior managers based on Indian, Buddhist, Zen and Tibetian scriptures. phenoMenon consultants inc conducts week-long workshops on MIND POWER development for senior Management, Board of Directors and CEO’s. These workshops are result oriented with a focus on Goal Setting and Achievement using Creative Visualisation, Dynamic Meditation and ancient Vedic, Egyptian, Mayan and Aztec MIND POWER development ceremonies. More than 2500 managers have attended Murli’s SQ (Spiritual Quotient ) enhancement workshops in the last six years. Murli met with a serious accident in January’1995 which paralysed the left side of his body.
Murli successfully recovered from paralysis by combining Zen meditation with Neurolinguistic Programming.

Photo: A cool workshop for performing well under pressure, work and personal life balance using Zen and NLP (Neurolinguistic programming) methodology<br />
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 Murli successfully recovered from paralysis by combining Zen meditation with Neurolinguistic Programming.</strong></p>
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Mind your thoughts

Posted: June 16, 2014 in Uncategorized

We access information mainly through our three senses: see (visual), hear (auditory) and feel (kinesthetic). The different ways that we represent or store information in our mind are called representational systems. We use all of the representational systems and often have a preferred system. When learning something new, some of us may prefer to see it performed, others like to hear how to do it and others choose to get a feel of it.

nlp-senses  The Visual or seeing sense;

“The idea looks good”

The Auditory or hearing sense;

“The idea sounds good”

 The Kinesthetic or touch and feeling sense;

“The idea feels good”

People rely on these senses to different degrees.

Some memories are stored as visual images, others more of sound images. If you subconsciously prefer the visual sense you may be drawn towards visual work, if you are sound focused then you may be fascinated more by music or language or perhaps you prefer touch and feeling, and so favour physical pursuits, such as sport or working with your hands.

The preferred system is the reason of our learning differences.  The ‘visuals’ want visual props when learning. Auditory learners need to hear information to take it in. Kinesthetic learners like to try out what they are learning through exercises and role play.


VISUAL WORDS – bright, clear, colorful, dim, focus, illusion, illustrate, Look, perspective, picture , see, shine, sparkling , vivid, watch.

AUDITORY WORDS – ask, audible, buzz, deaf, earful, hear, noise, pitch, rings a bell, silent, tune,

KINESTHETIC WORDS – cold, concrete, feel, get in touch with, hard, hit, handle, hothead, soft, seize, solid pressure, tickle.nlp - how does it help

People give away their preferred sense through the words they choose. If you communicate with their preferred words, they will relate to you better. It helps to build a good rapport which in turn helps to improve your relationship and communication.

This can be achieved by applying your mind to your thoughts and using the right words in your communication.

Murli Menon the ZeNLP coach and author of ‘learning through stories’ shared a few interesting researched data. In India visual and auditory, in equal proportion constitutes 70% and the rest 30% are kinesthetic. These ratios are different for different countries, Americans are predominantly visual, the French auditory and Russians kinesthetic.

Would you like to know which system is prominent in your personality? It can help you to know what influences your decision making, inter personal communication, which methods helps you to learn and so on.

Check out your preferred system of learning at http://www.tips4ceos.com/mind/map.php

Kindly visit http://www.gokelp.com/blog/ to read on sexual harassment of women at workplaces, organising the unorganised,head in the cloud feet on the ground employee engagement, transition from campus to corporate

Dont take it personally

Posted: June 5, 2014 in Uncategorized

Don’t take it personally, but here is why I stopped reading your blog.

Special Treatment

Posted: March 16, 2014 in Uncategorized




I saw this sticker on facebook and commented “I have never allowed myself to feel special and not bothered to check whether I am unwanted “.  That was a month ago.

Now, I think its worth a discussion, since everybody goes through this situation and others will have to, some time in future. Its just a matter of time. It is as certain as death

Very early in my life I realized not to fall for the special treatment. I did not have any personal experience, I saw it happening all around me and I learnt.

You can see this in every walk of life. The treatment is not for YOU.

You walk into a bank and tell them you want to start an account and deposit some money.  The manager along with the entire staff will hover around you carrying you off your feet. Here, let us fill the form for you, you need just sign here , here and here. Thank you, I will fill them. No Sir, you are special. Coffee, tea or something cold ?

The elections are round the corner. It is time to visit the huts, hug the grannies and pull the cheeks of the month old babies, have tea with them, at least pretend a sip. I am your servant, shall take care of all your problems -water, house, road, rice, brinjals, just vote for me.

Its appraisal time, treat the boss time, leave it to me , Sir, you relax, this is a gift for you, got it from Singapore, I felt you are the one who deserves it.

The official, whose signature has power to sanction, remove obstacles or holds an important title  is a VIP and made to feel like one.

When the title gets prefixed with an ex- or retired, the mask falls off and  the reality dawns.

Meanwhile there are people who basks in the glory of being a relative of a VIP and misuses the position as long as the uncle is in power and then a day comes when the power fails. What a fall…

How much the person gives me or his potential to give is what  influences my admiration, respect and behavior  towards someone, neither the giver nor the receiver realizes this. They all get carried away by the moment.

Don’t get carried away, think why , is it me or my position because the dump, later can be very hurtful.

I remember an Ad where Yuvaraj Singh says as long as your bat talks, you are there. It shows it’s the cricketer and not Yuvi that is special. I forget the product, get the message.

The other day, I visited my Aunt, a renowned professor,  whose house is located in a very envious location in  town and asked her you must be having lots of visitors stopping by ? As a matter of fact she replied causally, oh ya, lots of them…not these days,not after my retirement.

A guy orders for tea and pays a large tip on his way out. The next time when he comes with his friend for lunch to the restaurant, he gets a huge welcome and the waiters  vied with each other to serve him. After  the lunch he drops a coin as tip to the shock of the waiters. Sir , last time…

Yes, last time I tipped for this time and this time it is for  last time.


Visit http://gokelp.com, freelancers,  let Kelp find a market for you

May I Kelp you

Posted: February 24, 2014 in Uncategorized

“I met a harried HR person today. She was talking about getting the right trainer. They meet many trainers and coaches before they decide on one for their requirement. And then it turns out  a flop. They have to handle various vendors  and time is consumed in administrative jobs with little energy to focus on the core.”

“Interesting… I was talking to a friend who is a freelancer. He has expertise but finding a market has been a nightmare. “

“You know what, you guys are talking about pain points of the corporate and freelance professionals.  How will it be if an angel steps in to take care of them  and help to focus their entire energy on …”

And the discussion went on.

An exciting idea was born, an HR marketplace.

Thus KELP (gokelp.com) was  co-founded   by a few enterprising HR and Tech Professionals, backed up by strong Board members.

Kelp  aggregates freelance trainers, coaches, mentors, consultants and other HR service professionals and  the demands of corporate on  a user friendly platform. On this platform,  corporate will be able to post demands and professionals their expertise.

The Kelp team will additionally have  processes to ensure quality and reliability on both sides.

Value Proposition for corporate

One Stop  marketplace

Competitive Pricing

Quality Assurance


Value proposition for  Professionals

Market Access                                                   


Ease of Use

Write to info@gokelp.com or register with http://www.gokelp.com 


All about talks

Posted: January 18, 2014 in Uncategorized



A priest bunked his sermon hour in church to play golf. He hit a miraculous shot where he had a hole in one. It broke his heart because he could not TALK about it.

If you notice, people enjoy talking about their holidays and foreign trips more than their actual experience. Then there are people, who return from a great trip and talk only about the flat tyre and how it delayed their home coming, the agony part of it.

Talk can be stressful on many occasions. You work for eighteen hours a day for a week and you talk about it. It is the thought and talk about the working hours that creates stress, not the work. If you think of the work and the accomplishment and not the time, it will be less stressful. For some, talking to others to let them know about how hard they are working, gives them relief, then they have vested interest.

Talk can also be a stress buster on many occasions. When a lady comes to you with her problems it is not for any solutions. Just let her talk and talk about it, she will go back home relieved.

I had the habit of interrupting and giving solutions before they finish talking about their problems. Now I do not. Along the way I realized, you are not helping anyone. First I let them talk and ask a few questions, which may have long answers. And they end up with their own solutions.

I had lots of opportunities to help people find their solutions. One day somebody called me and said you are a great coach, thank you, Sir.  How come you never became a CEO, when you could help me become one. Err… that was coaching ? I thought to myself. I told him, I do not practice what I preach or talk.

I was just doing what was coming naturally to me. One thing I realized, it helps everybody to have a coach, whether you are at the bottom or top of the ladder. The coach need not be more capable than you. Coach of Sachin Tendulkar, I am sure, could not play many of the strokes, he must have taught him to execute.

I am an introvert. I do not talk much. What I have been doing is observing and listening. I would like to talk if I have something to say, not to say something. People like me are a failure in group discussions.

The extroverts are thinking and talking at the same time. It’s an amazing talent. They can switch from one topic to another with great fluency.

In an organization, they talk their way up with out doing anything substantial. Not all of them but quite a few. The Boss likes to have someone like that next to him, to give some unpleasant talks, when necessary, to the team or a team member. 

The husband was surprised when his wife got off the phone within half an hour. That was quick, he said. She replied, that was a wrong number on line.

All those who enjoy talking, lage raho, keep talking and the silent ones, talk if you can improve onthe silence. The world needs all of you.


Four decades

Posted: November 27, 2013 in Uncategorized
“hello, this is col Tripathy”
“yes, sir “
“have you reached Mumbai”
“yes, I am at Mumbai central station”
“Ok,  shall give you a call once I am there”
Well this was the gist of a conversation with a person whom I will be meeting after 40 years. We were class mates at REC Rourkela (today, its NIT). The call was at 11 o’clock in the morning and we were to travel to Vadodara by the 2.20 double decker train, for Rakesh’s daughter’s wedding. The wait began, mind traveling all the way back, trying hard to recall, any special moments. Only a smiling face of a thin and straight personality appeared on the memory screen.  Another friend Subhash will be boarding at Borivili and we are all going to be in different compartments.
At 1.30, the call comes,
 ” where are you ” .
 “I am in front of coach, C3″
“So am I, and I cant see you”
As usual, in such meetings, we had our  backs facing each other while talking and searching.  I knew he will not be able to recognise me and I have to do it. I turned, there he was, the 40 years in between  has not changed his profile much except for a few grey hair. I have changed, more flesh, than those skinny skinny days. After about an hours update of each other’s 40 long years, we went to our respective seats and Subhash, another friend, boards at Borivili to meet at vadodara. The other ten names from our batch expected to be at the wedding, are all forty year gappers for me. 
Unlike today, those were the days and communication was an effort. Snail mails and expensive trunk calls were solid deterrents and it was very easy to fade away from each others lives. The ones who may stick together are generally the ones who gets a job in the same company or town or thick friends during the college days. And again, all class mates are not friends, there are about 200 of them in a batch, more of acquaintances, we may know each other, interacted on different occasions. 
Back to vadodara, earlier known as Baroda and three of us are in a guest house, rest of them expected to turn up the next day. 
Next day, meeting each one of them brings in the same excitement and we start filling up the gaps with updates between the irresponsible college days and the responsible free day, thats today. All of them have retired from active services with their children out of their orbit and on their own. 
It was fascinating to hear their experiences, all of them covering different paths and the conversataion were mostly in hindi. There were the shudh hindis, bhojpuri, guju, marathi, rajasthani, punjabi and I, the Madrasi. Those days, any body from the southern part of India was a madrasi, no mallu, telugu, tamil or kannadiga.
For me during all the recalls of the college days during our conversation, it is the colonel’s story that stood out. His words
” First time I am meeting menon is in front of the hostel notice board. Since I had studied in hindi medium school, my english was not good. I stood in front of the notice board and read it aloud as notyce board. Menon gave a big laugh and I got very angry and shouted at him and menon, like all gentle south indians, quietly walked away”.
Sorry Col Tripathy, I do not recall this at all. Knowing me, I must have laughed at the joke and your reaction is an outcome of your inner thought. Today, the colonel is a very good narrator, equally good in English and hindi, very disciplined, makes very good tea and I had the privilege of having them on all three days, we were together.
It was wonderful meeting, Rakesh Singh father of the bride, Subhash Mathurvaishya, Lal bahadur, Kamta singh, Bhagat, Nitish bhartiya Anil singh,  Sood, and the fire brand Dinesh Patel.
Now we are friends for the rest of our lives