The Force can have a strong influence on the weak-minded. (--Obi-Wan)
Similarly, a programming language can have a strong influence on weak-minded programmers. If your programming language "changed your life", "made you a better coder", "expanded your mind", etc., then I suggest that you may be going about this programming thing the wrong way. If a lack of language support for OO results in you producing a tangled web of dependencies among procedural functions, or easy access to global/file scope results in you spraying program state everywhere, then the programming language is your crutch. It's the guide-rail for your brain.
I'm glad that you found a programming language that you enjoy, but consider me unimpressed by rather impractical claims about the ways that it alters your consciousness.