Publications: International Journal of Integrated Medical Research
Article link: https://www.ijoimr.com/index.php/ijoimr/article/view/ijoimr127
N. Jyothi Reddy
Mentor, Senior YPV Healer & Trainer, YPV Ashram, Sri Ramana Trust, Thally-635118, Tamil Nadu, INDIA
Mentor, YPV Trainer Coordinator, Senior YPV Healer & Trainer, Bengaluru, INDIA
Certified YPV Healer and Senior YPV Trainer, Hassan, Karnataka, INDIA
Dr. Venkata Satyanarayana Nanduri
Consultant, Research & Publications, YPV Ashram, Sri Ramana Trust, Thally-635118, Tamil Nadu, INDIA
Introduction: The Yoga Prana Vidya (YPV) System promotes conscious Self-care actions of individuals through informed evidence-based practices. The authors discuss in this paper the concepts with practical applications and examples of evidence from field data.
Method: This is a case series study with a compilation of field data of YPV interventions of multiple cases healed by YPV healers.
Results: In the case series of a sample of 42 patients (including men, women, and children) analysed, who availed of Self-care non-medical drugless YPV interventions, all achieved noteworthy positive results. The care given was affordable with easy access (through distant healing in most cases).
Conclusions: Self-care interventions such as the Yoga Prana Vidya System without any use of drugs can meet a range of health needs, including quality, reliability, evidence-based, and age-appropriate health information. YPV enables the availability and accessibility of moderated self-care interventions; and cost-effective care. In contrast, a range of medical healthcare systems’ challenges often impede the ability of people to access or use healthcare.