Polyglot Stuart Jay Raj Mnidcraft Morse Code Sign Language Alphabet Song – replay 3 times minimum :)

Learn more with Stuart Jay Raj at http://jcademy.com I like to look at ways of creatively pushing the mind’s boundaries. I was in a semi-dream state about a month ago when this concept came to me. I woke up that next morning and jotted the words down. Since then I’ve tweaked them a little (through subsequent alpha moments^_^). The music is also pretty faithful to my dream. This clip is designed to be watched many times. I’ve embedded many things in there. For the first few times, just get into the rhythm and copy the one-handed sign alphabet with me. At the same time, you’ll be seeing the pictures out of the corner of your eye. It’s ok to peek at other things going on on the screen. As you get the words linked into the pictures – which are linked into the letters – which are linked into the rhythm, try to let it all become a part of you. If possible, try NOT to memorise the textual ‘dot dash’ renderings of the morse code. Just sing the words to the rhythm and you’ll have the Morse-code alphabet already. I’ve thrown some Morse into my solos – both dispersed into the main body of the song and also at the end… test yourself (well actually the answer is right there glaring at you!) see if you can work it out 🙂 I recommend downloading this clip to your iPod and setting it on repeat and listen to it over and over as you’re walking around town. You don’t have to look at the video the whole time. Just get the rhythms. For more details, swing by my blog – ‘Behind the Curtain’ – Stuart Jay Raj’s Mind Skills and Language Blog – http://stujay.blogspot.com or Email me on stujay@hotmail.com Stuart Jay Raj.


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.