KFM-NLP Practitioner Course

Kung fu Mind  Neuro-Linguistic Programming (KFM-NLP) Practitioner Course is NOT a typical NLP Practitioner Course. It’s more of a combination from a variety of related fields.

It’s an intense course designed with powerful exercises & processes, to help you realize your true potential to learn:

  • Accessing Healthy Emotional States by Understanding Why, What & How of Emotional Intelligence.
  • Learn Meditation and Various other practices & “the Why, What, When & How” of these practices to expand your life.
  • Learning New Attitudes & Updating your Beliefs.
  • Learning to Create New Behaviors & New Ways to Respond by Replacing Old Patterns with new ones.
  • Learning New Skills for studying(learning) and New Skills at your Work using NLP Strategies Frame Work.
  • Create Meaningful Relationships by learning healthy & effective communication skills.
  • Create Your Own Breakthroughs in life and build resilience.
  • Setting up your own Daily rituals and practices to Realize your intentions.

NLP is in public domain, there are various institutions and boards. More than any institute, what matters more is who you learn from. Many new institutions and boards are coming up every year. So, if you choose a Trainer who’s really good, and skilled, it would be more beneficial.

To get to know NLP, we recommend you read books by the co-founders of NLP, Richard Bandler and John Grinder. It’s important you explore and practice. That’s the underlying principle of any KFM (Kung fu Mind) program.

We @ Kung fu Mind, believe in providing the 2nd and 3rd Generation of NLP, the upgraded version, at an very affordable investment.

We are from a background of psychology and have in-depth practice and study.

Richard Bandler, co-founder of NLP, once said that 99% of NLP Trainers, don’t themselves understand NLP. It’s more of a Attitude, he says.

@Kung fu Mind, we believe in providing high standards of NLP and Experiential Learning Practices for you to explore, absorb and practice new skills and insights in day-to-day life.

Benefits are enormous, in all areas of life. The only condition applied is that You Practice and Explore.

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How to find yourself in this World. A poetic expression.

“World Said to me run, or else you’ll be outrunned,

I looked around me, and saw no one besides me, but my own image in the flowing river,

World Said to me win, or else you are a failure,

I looked at my life, and I just saw the learnings and felt content in my musings;

World Said to me you are no one, unless….

I looked at the world, and said there always be an unless, f*** off and get a real life!!” ~ B Raj.


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“In the World of Today, Stay True To Your Heart.”

“Stay true to your heart,

In the concrete jungle, most things are artificial, even human nature, don’t loose yourself, for you’ll be lost forever,

Stay true to your heart;

You may loose things & people but may gain new perspectives, don’t bend to the meaningless norms and relations,

Stay true to your heart;

The little angel inside you may shreak for love, listen to it, it knows what you want, don’t drown his voice, for you may remain lost forever,

Stay true to your heart;

The creatures in the jungle don’t hunt for food, they do it for fun, hurt and ignorance has replaced their true nature, don’t follow them to be accepted, stand out to be followed,

Stay true to your heart, it knows who you really are!”

~ B Raj.

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Life with your’self’. A poetic expression.

What one gives out, receives it back,

The person who can fool you the most easily, is the one you see everyday in the mirror,

He is the one you won’t understand easily, he’s the one who’ll help you the most, or hurt you the most,

He needs the guidance and respect,

Say to him,

Its ok to err and fall,

Its ok to feel and worry,

Its ok to doubt and be sorry,

Let him out in the open, don’t bound him with rules and fears, don’t burden him with the old songs and stories,

Let him be free, let him sing his song, let him connect once more.” ~ B Raj

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Pain, My Old Friend. A Poem

“Pain, my old friend.”

You were with me when I was born;
You will be there when I’ll die.

Oh faithful friend you were always there with me in my sorrows & bad times.

You were there when I lost my loved ones;
You were there when I lost my first love.

You showed me what I want in my life, and what I don’t;

You taught me to tough and strong,
To be myself and beyond.

Dear friend you left me in my good times & love, but may be you come back when I miss you for long.

You are my shadow, an undeniable truth, an inseparable friend,

But sometimes I wish our friendship should really end.

You are a wise master but a very tough one, almost cruel sometimes,
But You come with some lessons every time.

Its time we part our ways, I know we’ll meet again, when I need you, you’ll show up,

“Goodbye Pain, My Old Friend.”

~ B Raj

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How to stop over thinking, being in present.

Be Present, Use Mindfulness. Simple process, huge benefits.

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How to connect with yourself and others.

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Brains aren’t designed to get results; they go in directions. If you know how the brain works you can set your own directions. If you don’t, then someone else will.

Richard Bandler

Since most problems are created by our imagination and are thus imaginary, all we need are imaginary solutions.

Richard Bandler

The greatest personal limitation is to be found not in the things you want to do and can’t, but in the things you’ve never considered doing.

Richard Bandler

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How do I control mood swings and get out of depression? 

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Mood swings are ok. We are not happy all the time through out the day. But having intense swings is a challenge. Depressive thinking is challenge. But every challenge helps us get better and stronger, much happier later.
Just keep a track of all the emotions you go through the day, and at the end of the day have a diary to record your swings. Never make a big deal of any challenge or problems, no matter how big or small they are, as they get bigger in our mind and reduce our capacity to overcome it.

How long and often you swing in one thinking-emoting? Note down 3–5 Major emotions of your day.

Just note down to give your unconscious and conscious mind a feedback of what is happening. Because if you are aware, just like your body has a feedback mechanism it tells you when you are hungry, when you are feeling cold, warm, when you need to go to loo,.

Your mind has a feedback mechanism which you need to feed of what’s working, and what’s not, what you want and what you want do not want anymore. The mind feedback is a task of every healthy, happy, successful human being.

Every night till the time you master your own thinking and emoting to the way you want, have a feedback and also ask your unconscious just before sleep if how you want things to be, how you want your day to be like, your life like, because the part of you that’s more resourceful will and can help you better, if you just believe and guide your unconscious self.

Trust your self. You have everything already inside to solve all your problems, just keeping working on solutions.

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What are some ways to relieve mental stress? 

When we think in a way that creates tension or stress through thinking, it’s not just the mind that is strained but also the body.

People who under stress have physical tension, they have a tense face, tense muscles, maybe they are having stiff posture, uneven and shallow breathing, Tightness in chest, hands, uneasy feeling like a knot in their stomach. 

Soon people become accustomed to this strategy of creating a stress mind-body system to “motivate” them to solve something or take actions. But there’s are a lot of better ways.

  • First step and the most easiest, effective way of meditation and of releasing stress is just focusing on your breathing.
  • Feeling the air come through your nostrils, going down into your chest and diaphragm and then release it slowly.
  • Start relaxing your body, and relax the muscles, especially facial muscles.
  • Try to smile.
  • You can do this anytime, while travelling in a train or plane, work or home, outdoors or indoors. It doesn’t matter.
  • Take deep breathes, focusing on breathing, relaxing your body at the same time, with eyes closed preferably.
  • You can say any affirmation that you like, something like
  • “I am free to be myself and I see life’s challenges as opportunities.”

You will notice that as soon as you have physical relaxation, your mind has a release from the stress trap or stress strategy and you become better equipped to deal with what is important to you, if it’s not important let it go away. Not everythings under your control and one needs to understand what in his/her control.

Accept and acknowledge the intent of the emotion or stress, and take action thinking clearly and rightfully.

“Real wisdom lies in knowing what can be changed and what cannot be changed, and understanding the difference between them.”

B Raj @Kung fu Mind

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How to change your thinking using the power of helpful questions. Questions as Interventions.

What questions do ask yourself everyday? 

What questions do you ask yourself when you are facing challenges? 

What questions do you ask when feeling sad, angry, frustrated, overwhelmed? 

Your mind is a solution generating machine, it finds ways, it answers your questions.

So when you ask yourself

  • “Why am I depressed?”
  • “Why do I have a ‘weak’ persona”,
  • “Why did my life turn out like this?”
  • “Why can’t I be successful like..?”
  • “Why can’t I talk to girls?”
  • “Why am I not finding the love of my life?”,

Guess What, You are using your own mind to answer highly negative, unhelpful questions. And it will find answers, or create one by distorting the experiences and memories. 

Like, “because of your past, bad childhood, traumas, pain, parents, siblings, no education, lack of resources, no money.” 

Questions are also interventions, a good question when posed to yourself can take your life in a completely new direction.Remember your mind always finds an answer or creates one. 

Instead You can ask yourself helpful questions:

  • What makes me feel good?
  • How can I be more authentic and build a charismatic persona?
  • How can I create the life of my dreams ?
  • What actions can I take everyday to achieve my goals? 
  • How can I learn to free myself and be more magnetic? Can I ask someone I know how they do it? 
  • How can I meet more and more friends of the opposite sex and learn to appreciate them, ask them out if I am really like her/him?

Just notice after you ask yourself these questions, has your feeling changed a little about the problem? Do you feel more free? Do you have a more clear understanding? Have you found some solutions? Is it more helpful? Take actions now. 

Ask(the right question) and you shall receive.

B Raj @kungfumind

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NLP stands for Neuro Linguistic Programming. Modelling is at the heart of NLP from which numerous patterns, processes and techniques were discovered and developed ranging from psychotherapy to business, from sports to peak performance and so on. Richard Bandler and John Grinder, the co-founders initially studied the wizards of the change work like Milton H. Erickson, Virginia Satir, Fritz Perls. Through modelling and then uncoding the process of excellence these wizards had, they developed numerous change patterns and techniques which create lasting generative change.
Experiential Learning

Experiential learning is the process of learning through experience, and is more specifically defined as "learning through reflection on doing". Hands-on learning is a form of experiential learning but does not necessarily involve students reflecting on their product. Experiential learning is distinct from rote or didactic learning, in which the learner plays a comparatively passive role. It is related to but not synonymous with other forms of active learning such as action learning, adventure learning, free choice learning, cooperative learning, and service learning.

Ancient Wisdom – Tao

Tao or Dao (/taʊ/, /daʊ/; Chinese: 道; pinyin: About this sound Dào (help·info)) is a Chinese word signifying 'way', 'path', 'route', or sometimes more loosely, 'doctrine' or 'principle'. Within the context of traditional Chinese philosophy and religion, the Tao is the intuitive knowing of "life" that cannot be grasped full-heartedly as just a concept but is known nonetheless through actual living experience of one's everyday being. The Tao differs from conventional (Western) ontology in that it is an active and holistic practice of the natural order of Nature and its universal awakening, rather than a static, atomistic one