I’m Cal Banyan and I want to teach you about The Secret Language of Feelings, a rational approach to emotional mastery!
We just wanted to give you an update and let you know that because of the Holidays we will be taking a few weeks off. Make sure to check back after the new year for more exciting new podcasts here at The Secret Language of Feelings website! Remember hypnosis can help, especially when you are working with a 5-PATH® trained hypnotist or hypnotherapist. People don’t understand that all feelings are good, so the hurt themselves through distraction. Imagine how much better you will feel if you could quickly resolve your fears and spend a whole lot less time, almost to time feeling frustrated or depressed. In this audio program, you lean about how to put an end to feeling fearful unnecessarily, and how to respond to it in a satisfying way. If you find that you are suffering from the feel bad – distract cycle, keep listening to the program and you will learn how to take back control and start feeling better.
Then I go a bit farther and share with you some interactions I have had with some other groups on the Internet. Then I wrap it up with a bit of a discussion about how we can help our children to understand and use the Secret Language of Feelings. Yes, indeed, sometimes people overreact and get too mad or too sad or find themselves being too fearful for a given circumstance. Understand the principle of Emotional Resonance, and you no longer have to control or manage your feelings.
As you have been following along with the program, I have mentioned 7th Path Self-Hypnosis®. Listen in, and you will hear all about how to use distractors as Plan B, so that you can delay gratification when you need to. You recognize that the distractor works best when it is not illegal, immoral or fattening! Just about anything that you think is fun, interesting, or is a growth experience would be a good thing to put on the list (within reason of course). I hope you will enjoy the program, and leave us a comment to let us know what you think of the program. In this program, I start to get into the story about why people do such crazy stuff, like eating too much when they want to lose weight, or drinking alcohol when they want to be sober, or working too much when they want to have a better home life and so on. The graphic on the left shows how the feel bad and then distract cycle can lead to frustration. Around the world, people are looking to the Mayan calendar for keys to the future of the planet and the mysterious changes prophesized for December of this year. Today there are five spoken variations of the Mayan language: Quichean-Mamean, Huastecan, Ch’olan, Q’anjobalan, and Yucatecan, which is the variation spoken on the Yucatan peninsula. Mayan language preservation becomes especially compromised in the context of an international tourist destination, like the beach town of Tulum on the Yucatan peninsula 90 minutes south of Cancun. In Chi’s program at the university, many students study Mayan out of personal interest or because they want to teach the language abroad. In primary and secondary schools in the area, Mayan language courses are available for students as a second language option. Despite government investment in Mayan cultural preservation, many communities do not take ownership of programs that are imposed from above. With flagging support from those in power, local approaches to promoting the Mayan language and culture come into play.


Down the street at the public library, director of Education, Arsenio Cetina, has a Mayan language and culture program for children. Cetina notes a generational difference in the way heritage learners of his generation used the language and the relationship that his students have with Mayan, but that close geographical differences also affect the way that Mayan is used. Considering the Mayan language’s place in Tulum, Cetina remarked, “Tulum is a city that receives many people, and I feel that as a tulumense, I’m doing my little part by giving these Mayan language classes to preserve it, and we would like it if the people who are arriving and moving to this small town take us into account.
Meanwhile, when expats buy hotels and restaurants, they hire the Maya to work behind the scenes. With budding programs for heritage learners, it’s possible that 2012 can be the year of the Maya for reasons beyond the infamous prophecy.
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I wasn't particularly looking forward to reading this (I had to study this with reference to "The Bacchae") and it was amazing. Now, we have The Secret Language of Feelings, a rational approach to emotions that gives you a system that will enable you to feel better quickly. You do your Reality Check and you still feel afraid, this means that you are feeling fearful because something in the present is causing an old feeling from the past to come up. As a result her confidence increased dramatically and she was very grateful for the changes that she experienced in her life. This turned out to be a bit of detailed discussion, so you might want to give it a listen two or three times.
It is a very powerful way for you to make changes quickly and effectively, while working in the privacy of your own mind.
It is there to let you know that you have perceived a situation as being unfair, and to motivate you to do your best to make things fair.
As the programs are published, we will get into how to start using these feelings to create a much happier and successful life, and take control of what you are doing.  Many will find that they can stop eating too much, drinking too much, shopping too much, and so on, and never feel deprived, rather they will be more satisfied with the lives they are living than ever before! According to numerous cable TV shows, the Mayan civilization and its extant structures, such as the famous Chichen Itza pyramid, have supernatural connections to otherworldly beings. Classic Mayan was written in hieroglyphics, and then with colonization came a written form of Mayan using Latin script, which is still used today. Tourists flock to Tulum for eco-friendly vacationing and a glimpse into pre-Columbian civilization with its Mayan ruins and sacred subterranean freshwater rivers called cenotes.
In the case of Quintana Roo a multi-faceted movement including all levels of education and government are promoting the Mayan language.
Chi elaborates: “Mexican politics continue to bet on unification, on one culture, on one language despite the numerous legal documents that say otherwise. The municipal government in Tulum launched an initiative in 2009 to train public employees in basic Mayan so that they can better serve the Maya living in the municipality. The variation of Mayan spoken in Tulum is heavily influenced by Spanish while smaller Mayan towns within an hour’s drive use a more ancestral variation. A beach server at Punta Piedra Resort and a Mayan astonomer, Ignacio Estrada Morales, has witnessed the extent to which the living Maya are not taken into account. Many local movements are growing in strength and visibility to alert the community at large of the importance of indigenous language preservation in Mexico.


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Walking in Tulum, it becomes apparent that many of the restaurateurs and store owners are not Mexican, but Italian, English, German, Argentine, Brazilian, or from the U.S. At the university level, there are Mayan language classes, but as Hilario Chi, author of La vitalidad del Maaya T’aan and professor at the Universidad de Quintana Roo in Chetumal points out, the university system is not the heart of the preservation movement.
Chi points out that many schools boast the title of being bilingual without functioning bilingually in practice. Part of that initiative implemented Mayan courses in the state career training school, the Instituto de Capacitacion para el Trabajo del Estado de Quintana Roo (ICATQR), a publicly-funded vocational school that offers certificate programs and other extension courses. The public library’s program integrates Mayan mythology, poetry, music, and other literacy in Mayan. DeDee also starrd in the series For Your Love and has made dozens of guest appearances on shows like Seinfeld, Friends and CSI. In The Secret Language of Your Body, Inna Segal provides an in-depth, practical resource for anyone who desires a safe, easy and effective way to heal.
While the mythical qualities of Mayan history and culture continue to captivate and provoke the world, many fail to realize that the Maya were not conquered and that they still live throughout Southern Mexico, the Yucatan peninsula, Belize, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala.
The intersection of international tourism and the Mayan culture raises important questions about the state of Mayan language preservation in Tulum in specific, while opening to broader questions about preserving indigenous languages in places that favor the learning of foreign languages to cater to tourists. Not only are many bilingual teachers unable to teach the Mayan language, many schools create an environment that favors Spanish. Some Mayan communities enjoy relative seclusion in rural areas where they can communicate entirely in the Mayan language.
International tourism adds another layer to the post-colonial scenario of an indigenous community that has already survived colonialism (in this case, Mayans survived Spanish colonialism and the creation of the Mexican state) and the imposition of the Spanish language. In other communities, cohabitation with Spanish speakers and international tourists has changed the way Mayan is spoken.
Today, like many parts of the global south, Tulum is experiencing a cultural colonization as a result of international tourism. The culinary scenes in such places are a testament to the shift in cultural production, which serves international gastronomy, such as wood-fired pizza and paella, and not the regional cuisine; in Tulum dishes like cochinita pibil and relleno negro must be sought out.



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