Jivasu was born and raised in India. From a young age, his interests lay in understanding the depths of human consciousness. He trained as a paediatrician and after meeting his wife Karen, they moved to the Indian Himalayan foothills to serve marginalized communities.
Even as he worked as a physician, Jivasu continued his spiritual studies. With his medical background, he became deeply interested in the link between science and spirituality. Later, he studied integrative mind-body medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Jivasu’s work focuses on the bio-psychological architecture of what he calls the “natural self.” This led him to build a framework titled “Naturality,” which explores the scientific basis of energy, consciousness, complete health, and spirituality.
Jivasu has extensively studied the intersections of biomedicine, neuroscience, acupuncture, meditation, and a variety of ancient wisdom traditions, including Kundalini, Chakras, and Nada Yoga (yoga of sound and music). He is able to synthesize a wide variety of insights into an easily digestible, modern approach that guides people down their own unique spiritual path.
The Naturality approach (natural spirituality) is an integrative framework that brings together insights and research from many perspectives. It is a cohesive system that recognizes the complexity and the unique composition of each individual’s mind and body. By finding our own natural spirituality, we can access higher states of consciousness and energy, experiencing deep fulfillment and joy.
He is the author of Naturality: A Natural Path of Awakening and Meditation.
Jivasu teaches integrative mind-body medicine in medical schools worldwide, as well as his training programs of Naturality, Kundalini Yoga, and Nada Yog