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Interview with

Ixchel Perez Hernandez

Name: Ixchel Pérez Hernández
Nationality or Ethnicity: Mexican
Where do you live?: Puebla, Mexico
Languages: Spanish (mother tongue), Language of the heart (mother tongue), German (C2), Latin (C2), English (C2), Mexican Sign Language (C2), French (C1), Italian (C1), Swedish (C1), Sanskrit (B2), Esperanto (B2), Portuguese (B2), Nahuatl (B2), American Sign Language (B2), Mandarin Chinese (B1+), Ancient Greek (B1), Icelandic (B1), Norwegian (B1), Danish (B1), Yucatec Mayan (B1), Dutch (B1), Russian (B1), Hindi (A2+), Tibetan (A2), Modern Arabic (A2), Japanese (A2), Hebrew (A2), Finnish (A2), Aramaic (A1), Bavarian (A1), Korean (A1), Quechua (A1), Quiché Mayan (A1)

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1. What’s your story? How did you get into all these languages?

Languages have been part of my whole life, even before I was born. For me, languages are vibrations, so not only human beings, but also other beings that inhabit Mother Earth since their conception are already in a process of vibratory immersion and an exchange of information through the heartbeat.

When I became aware of this after "learning" my third foreign language at the age of 16, I understood that languages are not a process of memorizing words or pronouncing new sounds that are outside of me, but rather a process of reconnecting with my true origin and introspecting on it. This is how I have come to connect with more than 30 languages in my 25 years of life.

2. Which language(s) do you wish you could spend more time practising?

Actually none. I feel very good about the practice time I dedicate to each language whenever I can.

3. What are some languages you’d like to learn in the future?

At the moment I am thinking of learning Polish, Turkish, Indonesian, Thai and Somali, but I'm sure that in due course other languages will come to mind as well.

4. So let’s be honest, what’s the sexiest language?

To be honest I don't have an answer to that question. I don't like to categorize languages in that way.

5. What’s the greatest pleasure you get from speaking so many languages?

To connect on a deeper level with my environment and to have a more acute sensitivity to the vibratory effect generated by the thoughts we have, the words we use and the sounds we pronounce.

6. Some people say the world is really just going to have a few languages left in a 100 years, do you think this is really true?

In a 100 years? I don't think so, it's very early. But I do believe it is possible in 500 years, even if there is in the end a single continent and government for the entire world.

7. What is your message to young (and not so young) people out there who are interested in studying multiple languages?

Interested in studying multiple languages? Being happy in life? Having your own house on Mars?

Whatever goal you have, you are the architect of your own life, the creator of your own reality and the best mentor of your own personal growth. There are no limits for those who are clear about what they want to do in their life, and if someone tells you "you can't" or “it's impossible” they are showing you their limits, not yours. So don't waste time convincing others of what you can do and why you do it! You are the only one who will truly understand your own process and evolution.

And last but not least, don't believe what I am telling you, because I am speaking to you as an observer of my own experience. Put it better into practice by yourself and always draw your conclusions, my friend! That’s how you are really going to start your own journey!

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