When analyzing memory we tend to think purely about the mind, and that memory is all the thoughts floating around in our heads.
Neuroplasticity is the scientific discovery that our brains rewire themselves to suit our attention, and in many ways this is the key to our memories. Each moment is tattooed onto our mind, and particularly intense moments last with us for a long time.
But what does the body remember?
The body is plastic much like the brain, it is always regenerating itself and evolving. Every injury, every muscle, every wrinkle is a memory. We store our lifestyle in our physique, we hold our self image in our posture.
This talk explores what your body says about your mind: