Mnidcraft (Mindcraft) – Polyglot Stuart Jay Raj Full Video Nov 2008

We are wired to learn languages!.. I guess I just believed it! See more – http://stujay.blogspot.com email – stujay@hotmail.com This is an exciting week for me! … and NO I didn’t make a spelling mistake… and NO your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you :) …well… maybe they are. The word ‘Mindcraft’ has been used and registered by many other companies before, but I felt it best sums up what I’m doing. Writing it like ‘Mnidcraft’ both gets people’s attention and in its essence, sums up what this new programme is all about – Who you are, what you see etc. is only what your mind makes of it!… interested? Then read on!… Over the past few months, I’ve been doing quite a lot of introspection. I often refer to the emails that I receive in my blog-posts. People are wanting to know ‘what’s the best way to learn a language?’, ‘how should I start learning a language?’, ‘how do I get motivated to learn???’. But it’s the comments like ‘Well, it’s easy and natural for you to learn languages, but how should your average Joe Blow go about it?’ that really got me thinking. I have worked as a trainer / facilitator for the past ten years or so. When I train, I incorporate many principles of NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming) into what I do. Many of the techniques that my grandfather had used with me in retrospect really resemble many of the popular techniques employed by NLP practitioners today. Now having fluency in over 15 languages and a solid grounding in over 30, polyglot Stuart Jay Raj has delved into what makes him him and from his findings has put together his Mnidcraft The Art of Language series. Mnidcraft empowers anyone with a will to succeed to develop the same aptitude for languages and communication as what Stuart Jay Raj possesses based on powerful NLP modeling principles. NLP Modeling NLP modeling is the practice of isolating essential patterns that makes someone successful and duplicating them into others in a way that they are practiced unconsciously. Stuart has carefully designed activities where you will not only learn the secrets that have crafted his aptitude for language, but will also have these skills, habits and knowledge embedded within you, breathing new life into your relationship with language. 7 Drivers of Mnidcraft The 7 Drivers of Mnidcraft are: 1. Memory / Mind Capacity Building 2. Social Awareness 3. Relationships / Rapport 4. Motivation / Attitude 5. Language Fundamentals 6. Hard Skills 7. Hard Knowledge More than just the ability to learn languages Developing an aptitude for language is actually just a side effect of the Mnidcraft series. You will also develop new skills including: * Super Memory * Perfect Pitch * Touch-type in multiple languages including Thai, Sanskrit and Korean * Be funny across cultures * Increase self-esteem in yourself and others * Mimic sounds, body language and mannerisms * Build instant rapport with people youve just met * Master tones in Tonal Languages including Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese * Solve the Rubiks Cube * Use an Abacus * Circular Breathing * Morse Code / Sign Language alphabets * Speed Reading * Simultaneous Interpreting * XML and programming fundamentals


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Stuart Jay Raj is a polyglot who specializes in the languages and dialects spoken in South East Asia and China. His talents have allowed him to earn a professional living as a simultaneous interpreter in Thai, Mandarin, Cantonese, and Indonesian, among others, providing language and cultural training for multinational companies in the region and hosting his own TV programme on Thailand's Channel 5. He holds a degree in Cognitive and Applied Linguistics from Griffith University and has become an expert in the field of language acquisition with a strong track record of success. Stuart's background knowledge of Sanskrit, Khmer, Lao and various Chinese dialects and minority languages enables him to present a fascinating and unique perspective on the Thai language which makes everything fall logically into place.