Thorough Bio-Statistical Analysis carried out by visiting experts from IIT Bombay showed (with confidence levels 90 % to 99.9%) most significant positive effects of sadhana upon – (i) the Electrophysiological and Neurological functions – namely, GSR score and a-EEG; and (ii) Psychometric functions – especially rise in memory, decrease in illusion and reduction in the audio-visual response times. Among the haemetological parameters, a rise in Haemoglobin level was also observed with high probabilities. These effects were most prominent in the different experimental groups of women in the age groups 16 to 55 years and men in the age group 16 to 25 years. Among the Lung functions, Vital Capacity, FEV1 and MVV showed significant increase after the sadhana.

Alpha EEG (Intg. Intl. Scaled on Resistance (Microvolts)

GSR (Galvanic Skin Restistance) Score per 100 Secs.

Maximum Changes (‘Post’ – ‘Pre’) Recorded in Electrophysiological Parameters

The points 1 to 6 on the X-axis represent the respective groups, M16-25 (Males in age-group 16-25 years), M26-25, M36-45, F16-25, F26-35 and F36-45

Changes in Audio Response Time (ART) in seconds

Changes in Visual Response Time (VRT) in seconds

Memory (per ten words)

Standard Mistakes (per 100 sec.)

Maximum Changes (‘Post’ – ‘Pre’) Recorded in Psychometric Parameters

The points 1 to 6 on the X-axis represent the respective groups, M16-25 (Males in age-group 16-25 years), M26-25, M36-45, F16-25, F26-35 and F36-45