Life in Yoga Foundation is actively involved in the research of life energy and
how it impacts us. Topics of interest are the following. Anyone who wishes to collaborate
is welcome to respond.
Topics of Research Interest
Practices of various traditions – religions and cultures –
that have the
yoga effect with respect to the five types of energies
. Objective of this research
is to understand and explain the oneness in various traditions. This would serve
the humanitarian goal of overcoming difference between people of various religions
and cultures and overcoming prejudices related to certain practices and approaches.
For collaborating on this research please contact
Dance forms and their yoga effect – This is a more focused research on dance
forms from various traditions and their effect. For collaborating on this research
please contact email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Healing of Diseases with specific practices – While there is much focus on
physical and breath yoga practices, our greater interest is in the area of Naada
and Thought-based yoga practices. For collaborating on this research please contact
Validating an explanation on Placebo Effect in Drug Testing – Our body of
researchers would like to predict who is likely to experience the placebo effect
and who is not likely to experience it based on the thought yoga model and how it
heals. Any medical researcher who would like to include this in their research can
Calibrating a Personality and Value System developed by Life in Yoga Foundation
– This requires the collaboration of someone in the field of Psychology with the
relevant background and interest who would be willing to develop and test questionnaires
where Life in Yoga researchers would provide validations based on their model. Interested
researchers may contact email@example.com.
The research methodology and white papers on this subject are noted below.
White papers available
The Life in Yoga research method is unusual. We have a panel of researchers who
can tune into the energy system of others and detect patterns. To avoid biases we
often require validation from multiple researchers on a single subject. This constitutes
a method of detection – which is the equivalent of having some form of meter for
reading patterns in the physical sciences.
A method used for inference is to see the effect of energy stimulation through various
exercises and how a subject feels.
For any general information on research at the Life in Yoga Foundation please send
an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.