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Meditation, yoga and vegetarian diet linked to decline in plasma metabolites associated with inflammation and cardiovascular disease risk.

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Current Studies


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VR Meditation Experience Study

A pilot study examining the effects of a virtual reality meditation journey on mood and heart rate variability (HRV).

Primordial Sound Meditation fMRI Study

In collaboration with UC San Diego, the Chopra Foundation is launching a pilot study to examine the fMRI signature of experienced practitioners of the PSM technique.

Consciousness Field Project

In collaboration with the Merraki Institute, the Consciousness Field Project merges three fields: psychology, physics and consciousness. The research entails studying the ways in which thought and intention, by affecting the biofield, can serve as a catalyst for changes in the physical world.



Recent Publications


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Effects of Shambhavi Mahamudra Kriya, a Multicomponent Breath-Based Yogic Practice (Pranayama), on Perceived Stress and General Well-Being

Effects of Shambhavi Mahamudra Kriya, a Multicomponent Breath-Based Yogic Practice (Pranayama), on Perceived Stress and General Well-Being

Epigenetic Mechanisms of Integrative Medicine

Epigenetic Mechanisms of Integrative Medicine

Identification of Altered Metabolomic Profiles Following a Panchakarma-based Ayurvedic Intervention in Healthy Subjects: The Self-Directed Biological Transformation Initiative (SBTI)

Identification of Altered Metabolomic Profiles Following a Panchakarma-based Ayurvedic Intervention in Healthy Subjects: The Self-Directed Biological Transformation Initiative (SBTI)



The Chopra Foundation's Mission is to participate with individuals and organizations in creating a critical mass for a peaceful, just, sustainable, and healthy world through scientifically and experientially exploring non-dual consciousness as the ground of existence and applying this understanding in the enhancement of health, business, leadership and conflict resolution.

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