Kundalini practice is build upon the 8 limbs of Yoga. This ancient technology is designed for modern day beings to cope with the stresses and challenges of this new age.

Yogi Bhagan predicted an era of great technological revolution, with it an increase in psychiatric aliments affecting us all from anxiety, neurosis, depression to mania.

Kundalini Research Institute was founded to pioneer quantitative research in this field to capture the physical and psychological effects of Kundalini Yoga and meditation on our being.

As a health care professional working as a neurology pharmacist and pharmacology lecturer for MBBS medical curriculum the founder of Authentic India is passionate to collate, extract and decipher this new and emerging field of medical research.

Meditation Effects on Cognitive Function and Cerebral

Blood Flow in Subjects With Memory Loss: A Preliminary Study

Newberg A, Wintering N, Khalsa DS

Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, Vol 20, Page 517-526



Cerebral Blood Flow Changes Associated with Different

Meditation Practices and Perceived Depth of Meditation

               Wang D, Rao H, Korczykowski M, Wintering N, Pluta J, Khalsa DS,

Newbery A. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, Vol 191, No 1,Page 60-67



Cerebral Blood Flow Changes During

Chanting & Meditation

Khalsa DS, Amen D, Hanks C, et al

Nuclear Medicine Communications, Vol 30, No 12, Page 956-961


Effect of two yoga based relaxation techniques on

memory scores and state anxiety.

Pailoor Suramanya et al BioMed Central

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Cerebral Blood Flow Differences Between Long-Term

Meditators and Non-Meditators             

Newberg A, Wintering N, Waldman M, Amen D, Khalsa DS, Alavi A.

Consciousness and Cognition, Vol 19, No 4, Page 899-905


Yoga may ease symptoms for atrial fibrillation patient

Catherine Paddock PhD


Study shows that mindfulness meditation can lead to back pain relief in older adults



Diaphragmatic breathing reduces exercise induced oxidative stress.

Martarelli, D., Cocchioni, C., Scuri, S., Pompei, P. (2011).

Evidence based complimentary and alternative medicine. Vol 2011. pp 1-10


Post traumatic stress symptoms and heart rate variability in Bihar flood survivors following yoga: a randomized controlled study

BMC Psychiatry. Shirley Telles*, Nilkamal Singh, Meesha Joshi, Acharya Balkrishna

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In the Pipeline

Oxford university have collaborated with the University of London to research the effect of mindfulness on mental health

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