Joy Jangdhari

 Author/ Speaker

Ceo of-Joy Events 


Yoga Therapist 

Yoga Therapy is a type of therapy that uses yoga postures, breathing exercises, meditation, and guided imagery to improve mental and physical health,  The holistic focus of yoga therapy encourages the integration of mind, body. 

it is vital to understand how yoga has contributed to human development during there unique history.  While the most advanced thinkers of the west developed the physical science to improve the outward state of humanity the yogi developed the science of the mind to improve the inward state of humanity.  Improving the emotional and moral response of the mind was their goal. To transform patterns of thinking and alter patterns of acting by conquering anger, aggression, greed,  pride, jealousy even subdued states of physical discomfort.  The technique they developed to achieve these results are only now being recognized and learned by western study of the brain.  What is it that defines a yogi and how are they different from any other monk?  A yogi is a person who has profound experiential understanding a true nature of all phenomena.  Training the mind to be always at ease and at peace.  Also to put an end to the suffering to cyclic condition, in order to do that a yogi has to train his or her mind to counter all the negative emotions and strive to generate positive energy.   Keeping the mind from going everywhere is precisely the challenge in meditation. The beginning premise is the untrained mind is like a raging elephant out of control.  The yogi's initial task is to slowly put reins on the fleeting erratic thoughts of the mind using specific tools the repetition of core beliefs mantras and exercise to empty the mind of conceptual thoughts.  Mastery over the five senses.


Thoughts, Feelings, Emotions & Beliefs our relationship to the universe and the creation around us through the power of human emotions.  So now that science is beginning to tell us in its language, ancient spiritual traditions have shown us in their way our own texts and documents we are seeing references to precisely how these principles work, the question is how do we apply them into our lives.  How do we go about making use of this relationship between thought, feelings, and emotions inside of our bodies and what's happening in the world around us?  Defining what a thought, feeling, and emotion really are closely related there is a difference.

Looking at the ancient charts of the energy centers in our bodies the chakra centers the lower three energy centers of our bodies they are closely associated what we call (the power of human emotion.)  The ancient said we're capable of two primary emotions of love and whatever we believe the opposite is "fear" or "hate" and when you get really deep into the traditions we find there actually both polarities of the same force.  So in those lower centers the power of emotion we have two primary experiences.  If you know people who live strictly in their emotions you know that sometimes their lives can be a little chaotic well the emotions need to be focused and this is where the power of thought or logic come in it's associated with the upper energy centers of the body to the emotions.  In other words, we have a thought about something a rainy day outside and into that thought we pump we fuel the power of the emotion either our love of that rainy day or our fear of what that rainy day may bring to us and by doing so we marry the power of emotion with the direction of the thought by virtue of that we create a feeling.  So feeling by definition is the union of emotion in the thought and the energy center that is not accounted for in all the other systems that remain unused in these ancient systems is the heart center and this is the one dedicated to the power of feelings.  We feel in our hearts so the feeling that we have in our hearts is the language that speaks to the field that that Western science is

now beginning to understand through their experiments.  It's the power of human feeling that is the language that opens the door to the possibilities of what we create in our world.  Dr. ed Mitchell former Apollo astronaut calls this nature's mind  Scientist like Stephen Hawking called the mind of God as varied as the names appear to be there all speaking about essentially the same field and they describe this field as a web or a net that underlies the fabric that links everything together and it is this fabric this net we speak to with the feelings in our bodies with the feelings in our hearts.  Ancient traditions not only recognized this relationship they invite us one step further and they left precise instructions in terms of how we apply this in our lives.  the late 1980's Gregg Braden was an engineer working in the defense and aerospace corporations and began exploring these concepts as an engineer he began to study the principles.  How we can relate to the world and the power of feeling.