Mizton means cat in Nahuatl and Pixan (originally Pixa'an) means spirit or soul in Mayan. So Cat Soul or something?
My real name's Fernando
Your name? Luis Ángel? In Náhuatl? Well, I don't know... What does Luis mean?
And "Ángel" is a very Christian concept. Some people "nahuatlize" it as "anxelli" or "anxel". But there's no real Nahuatl word for that.
I started learning by myself when I was in highschool, by using a PDF about Nahuatl from Puebla. I just learned a bit and then I met a native girl in Cuernavaca, the city where I used to live. We became friends and we decided to do a language exchange. She taught me Nahuatl and I taught her English because she needed it to get into this university... She then had to move to Sinaloa and I found a school where they taught Nahuatl from Guerrero. I studied for a couple of months there before moving back to the capital, where I was born. Here in Mexico City I studied Nahuatl for like a year in one school, then I worked in a languages institute where employees could take language courses for free and Nahuatl was an option, so I studied there too (Nahuatl from Mex City in both of them), and finally I found another school called Tepeticpac Tlahtolcalli, where they put me in an advanced class, where we just had conversation (a mix of classical and modern from Puebla). To me, they were the best teachers. So yeah, here in Mexico City there are several options to study the language. UNAM (the National University) also has a Nahuatl course.
So that's the story
Si la vida te da la espalda, agárrale las nalgas.