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Physics and Plasticity by Anthony Sosa, CNSF

Have you ever considered the relationship between the science of physics and plasticity in the human body? 

There is profound relationship to be explored between physics as a foundational physical science and the process of plasticity in our human organism. 

When you really understand the fundamental mechanism governing a process, the more you are at liberty to leverage that process in a multifaceted way to adapt to your life. The physics of plasticity paves this path of understanding to highlight the unseeingly disparate points of connection of the principles underlying how plasticity or physical change happens in the biological body. While learning to understand mechanism requires more effort and more cognitive strain like the sensation of balloon stretching during inflation, what is on the other side of this is pure potential energy for harnessing your power to conduct the symphony of the harmonics of change in your life in an expansive deliberate way. 

Plasticity is a state; a state of matter and a state of mind. Plasticity describes a state of change throughout the entire human body – not just the brain. Your physical body exists in literal simultaneous states of matter we call solids, liquids, and gases. 

Change from a universal view can be considered a force of nature that behaves as a paradoxical constant acting at every scale of biotic life. Neuroplasticity, or neural plasticity, is the brain and nervous system’s intrinsic capacity to change itself in response to experience. 

Neuroplasticity is a remarkable feature of the nervous system. In fact, it is the defining feature of the nervous system and brain. Neuroplasticity is what makes us us as a human species. This is where our potential lies from everything we can know, everything we can do, and our true potential as everything we’ll be able to accomplish in life is set by the limits of neuroplasticity. 

Plasticity of our nervous system is governed by two of the four fundamental forces of nature: Gravity and Electromagnetism. The biological mechanism is a bio-electromagnetic process that constitutes a multicellular organism consisting of cells. All cells are sentient electrochemical oscillators that display the fundamental qualities of semiconductor liquid crystals. Liquid crystals describe the way all states of matter coexist in the physical dimension of the physical body organism; the four fundamental states of matter comprising solid, fluid, gas, and plasma. These states of matter describe the physical state in which change happens because solidity, liquidity, gaseous, and plasma are the vehicles for the forces of physics to influence change in relationship with the physical organism that is you.

Plasticity is the state of the body that mirrors all the fundamental states of matter that are transmitting the fundamental forces of universe. Neural plasticity is the plasticity of plasticities because the brain-mind-nervous organismic system is a continuous network – like a mobius strip that has the intrinsic capacity to self-direct its own change. 

This is the power of universe waiting for you to tap into now. Neurosculpting can take us there. 


Anthony Sosa, CNSF

Anthony Sosa is a master’s student of Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Naropa University who previously earned his B.S. in Physics with research in the neuroscience of mindfulness meditation. He is a Certified Neurosculpting Facilitator (CNSF) and will be serving as the Neurosculpting Institute’s intern for 2021-2022.

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