When I study language I am more interested in the mental principles of animation
around which the individual regardless of language used structures its linguistic
composition. As to say, to me different languages are different manifestation of
resonance, not different manifestation of meaning. One who understand this
principle transcends the conventional understanding of language and are able to
intuitively perceive what is meant regardless if the structure is intellectually
understood or not - in the same way you are able to realize a building however
it is architecturally built, or able to experience music whether you understand the
composition of notes in that particular genre or not. When I understand the
fundamental pattern of thought which sparks expression, I really require no
intellectual translation of the words used, because I already know what the
pattern intends to imply in communication due to synchronistic manifestation
in the present moment. That would be the very fundamental principle in
translinguistic communication. And that is in a sense a language in and of itself,
built upon all the older forms of language invented by humans. Everything arranges
itself according to the same fundamental principles, so if you understand the principles,
the intellectual structure becomes second nature, both literally and figuratively.