Trained as a physician, Jivasu, along with his wife, Karen, served marginalized communities in the Indian Himalayan foothills. Later, he studied integrative mind-body medicine at Harvard Medical School.
His 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 spiritual experiences.
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 vast array of insights into an easily digestible, modern vernacular that addresses how to accelerate human evolution and growth.
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 Yoga.