Static sense


Static sense is the sense of head orientation and body movement. The sense organs consist of hair cells in the vestibule of the inner ear and in the semicircular canals. Synonym of static sense is vestibular sense, labyrinthine sense, or sense of equilibrium. Vestibular that is pertaining to the vestibule or sensations mediated by the utricle and saccule. Vestibule is a bony cavity in the labyrinth of the inner ear consisting of two sacs, the utricle and saccule, which contain hair cells that are affected by acceleration and deceleration of the body and by changes in head position. The sense (more accurately a perception) is called the vestibular sense. The forces that give rise to dynamics are different to the forces of statics. In addition, in depth psychology the secrets of static sense are explained by the intelligentsia as static sense is also used in the practice of mindfulness or meditation. Static means at rest, unchanging, or in a state of balance. Statics is the branch of knowledge dealing with bodies remaining at rest or with forces which balance one another. It is to be noted that statics is the branch of knowledge, the knowledge required in any field. The celestial bodies like the sun and stars that which remain in a position of rest and human being who consists both dynamics and statics in one`s organism make use of sense of balance.” The sense of balance or equilibrioception is one of the physiological senses related to balance. It helps prevent humans and animals from falling over when standing or moving.”–Wikipedia. Statics that means atmospherics is also explained, for instance, as electrical discharges that occur in the atmosphere and cause crackling sounds in radio receivers.

Multiple benefits

Mindfulness and meditation both utilize the static sense or the sense of equilibrium. Relaxation therapy that gives rise to a state, in which, a person who lies flat like a corpse, in the end of an exercise session for five minutes, ( it is also a yogasan, in other words, a body posture ) also makes use of static sense or sense of equilibrium. Yoga is the practice to make the mind, body, and spirit one with the aid of static sense. The benefits of these practices are abundant and well known. The last three stages of eight types of yoga conception, attention , and meditation are independent and lead toward perfection in a virtue. Here,conception is the general notion about anything as per the knowledge of an individual. It is of utmost importance as depth psychology paves the way for further quest. Attention is the process of preferentially responding to a stimulus or range of stimuli. In other words, a state of sensory clearness with a margin and a focus, and meditation that means meditating or give oneself up to serious thought (deep in meditation). The same principle is applicable on mindfulness.


Acceleration and deceleration

Polarization, act of polarizing, in that, a person attempts to cause to concentrate about two opposite, conflicting or contrasting positions, leads toward hyperpolarization. Two opposite positions occur only in the mind in hyperpolarization,in which, good or bad, positive or negative or the consciousness of right or wrong idea or thought enables one to decide toward either extreme. Two conflicting positions may be the simultaneous occurrence of two or more mutually antagonistic impulses or motives. An actual conflict precipitates a mental crisis and is to be distinguished from a root conflict which has existed from childhood in a dormant condition. Besides, two contrasting positions are the outcome of the intensifying of a difference between two sensations by the simultaneous or successive juxtaposition of two stimuli. It is the heightened awareness of differences between any two experiences by bringing them into juxtaposition. An immense state of polarization results in depolarization when the individual reaches some solution or decides in favour of one position.

Depolarization is the breakdown of the ionic equilibrium across the cell membrane in a neuron so that negative ions flow outward across the membrane. The propagated depolarization of the neuron is the electrical sign of the passage of a nervous impulse.

Static equilibrium

Static equilibrium is a system, in which, the forces are so well balanced with respect to each other that no change is taking place. It is the inertia, property of matter by which it remains in a state of rest or if it is in motion, continues in the same direction and in a straight line unless it is acted upon by the external force that causes both deceleration and acceleration.


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