We spend a lot of time talking about the nervous system and how it controls what we’ve done.  And, being a chiropractor, I really do appreciate its importance.

But I’ve always asked myself, what if there’s more to the story?  Nerves have to function digitally, with action potentials that only fire in an “all-or-nothing” pattern, and then they release chemicals into spaces that the next nerve needs to pick up on before it can fire its action potential.  While the model makes sense, it is simply too slow to explain some movements- even when you account for the shortcuts in reflex arcs. 

I first got this thought when I was learning a little bit about the acupuncture meridians.  Mind you, I am not a TCM expert by any stretch of the imagination, but it seems weird for Western Medicine to throw away literally thousands of years of results just because we haven’t had the tools to measure something… yet.

Then, I started learning about fascia.

This fourth phase forms and accumulates along hydrophilic (water-loving) surfaces, such as cell membranes, fascia, and vessels.

Pollack and his team called the water “exclusion zone (EZ) water,” because it “excludes” particles as it grows in size.   It is called the exclusion zone because it excludes all entities larger than light hydrogen, and carries a substantial net negative charge.  While there are arguments about the name and molecular makeup, it is becoming increasingly clear that this water is structured.

As the name implies, it appears more “structured,” or coherent, as well- creating a hexagonal lattice structure of water.

As one sheet of water builds on this hydrophilic surface, it creates a template for subsequent layers to form.  At the same time, this structured water zone displaces hydrogen protons, creating a proton-rich zone, or what the research refers to as a “proton wire.”

The Function of Fascia

Fascia functions as the hydrophilic surface that allows for semiconduction to take place in the body.   Tiny fibers of fascia link the layers surrounding each organ to down every small cell cluster. In this way, every cell in the body is connected to the fascial wiring system.

When water interacts with collagen energized by sunlight photons, the water right next to collagen forms an empty space called the exclusion zone.  

Next to the exclusion zone, electrons are separated from water molecules.  Next to this layer is a concentrated layer of protons originating from the hydrogen in water. It seems that collagen (or other hydrophilic surfaces) facilitates the separation of water into its elemental components, forming clusters of charged particles.

Fibroblasts help build the collagen matrix of fascia by actively responding to movement.   Because fascia is piezoelectric and flexoelectric, it can create electrical currents when it moves.  These well-arranged molecules are receptive to and react to frequency data, including electromagnetic fields, light, and sound.

Fibrous tissue (like fascia) has the least resistance to the flow of electrons through the body.

The collagen found in fascia is constructed from tropocollagen. Tropocollagen is the basic structural unit of collagen, with a triple helix of polypeptide chains of approximately 1000 amino acid residues each.  These tropocollagen nanotubules exhibit quantum phenomena.  

Structured water lines sides of the collagen tube and it propels a stream of water and protons, often referred to as the proton neural network by MaeWan Ho.  As structured water accumulates along our hydrophilic surfaces like fascia, it displaces positively charged hydrogens, creating a proton-rich zone called the “proton wire.”  

This is what allows voltage and electrical flow in the body.

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How We Communicate

I say all this because you need a few things.

  1. Water
  2. Hydrophilic surfaces
  3. Source of electrons (light, food, Earth etc.)

Collagen is the most abundant protein in the body.  It turns out it is also hydrophilic in Nature!  In fact, most biological surfaces are hydrophilic in some way.  When water comes into contact with a hydrophilic surface, it creates an exclusion zone of liquid crystalline water.   

Next to the exclusion zone, electrons are separated from water molecules.  Next to this layer is a concentrated layer of protons originating from the hydrogen in water. It seems that collagen (or other hydrophilic surfaces) facilitates the separation of water into its elemental components, forming clusters of charged particles.

I believe fascia is that intermediate that allows for communication between all tissues, because it is everywhere in the body, even in places where nerves cannot get to.

Quick Hits

A great way to start learning more about fascia is through the Anatomy Trains series.  Here’s a good video that lays out the fundamentals.  

If you want to learn more about fascia release for beginners, this is a great place to start!


Chipotle Lime Quinoa & Black Bean Burrito Bowls

Cook and Prep Time: 40 minutes

Serves: 3-4

You Need

*Can be substituted for other meats or more pinto beans for vegetarians


  1. Rinse and chop produce accordingly.  Combine chipotles, juice of 1 lime, garlic powder, salt, pepper, and cumin in a small bowl. 
  2. Set your skillet or pan to medium with 1 tsp. olive oil. One hot, add garlic and onion.  Cook until onion is translucent, 4-5 minutes.
  3. Add beans and spice mixture.  Cook until combined and warmed through, 2-3 minutes.
  4. To each bowl, add ½ cup quinoa, ½ cup lettuce, ½ cup beans, ¼ avocado, 1 tbsp. pico de gallo (or salsa). Garnish with lime wedge and cilantro.  Enjoy!

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Weekly Challenge

100 Things to Do, Be, and Become

Take a sheet of paper and list numbers from 1 to 100.  In a single session, jot down 100 aspirations to Do, Be, or Become. While this may take a few hours, attempt to complete it in one sitting.  Make sure that these are tangible objectives, avoiding vague statements like “I want to be Happy.”  Feel free to make these goals as imaginative as you like!

Some examples include:

After this, you want to review your 100 things.  Beside each goal, indicate “1,” “5,” or “10” to signify the estimated time frame for achievement.  (This represents how long you expect a goal to take1 year, 5 years, 10 years)

Be honest with assessing how long each goal will take. 

Finally, select your top 5 goals for 1 year, 5 years, and 10 years respectively.  If you’re not sure, reflect on your core values to determine which goals resonate most with you.

Now that you have these written down, create a vision board for your Top 5!  This has been key for me up until this point!  It helps reshape your beliefs over time.


Belief = (Perception + Evidence) over Time.  There are no bad goals!  Only bad timelines!!!

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That’s a Wrap!

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