IJOYS Volume 3 – Issue 1

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I am delighted to bring the next volume of IJOYAS on a very special occasion of Ganga Dusshera – Gayatri Jayanti. It is a privilege to release this issue on this Holy day. It is stated in the scriptures that the Holy River Ganga arrived on the earth on this very day. We also celebrate the jayanti of the Deti of secret mantra of Gayatri. She is an aspect of Mata Saraswati, Mata Lakshmi & Mata Parvati, all three in one form, a form of Adi Shakti, possessing the Rajasi Guna and hence is the source of Brahma’s power. Without her, Brahma remains dormant or unable to create. I pray mata Gayatri to illuminate our intellect to lead us along the righteous path.

Readers might be aware that IJOYAS provides a really exciting opportunity to consider the truly interdisciplinary nature of Yoga and other allied studies going on all over. The objective of this journal is to publish up-to-date, high-quality and original research papers alongside relevant and insightful reviews. It includes technical and professionalaspects of Yoga and allied disciplines like Philosophy, Spirituality, Psychology, Human Consciousness, Medical, Paramedical sciences, Health sciences, Therapy, Education, Physical education, exercise and sports sciences, biomechanics, Literary/textual studies, Physiology, Biochemistry etc.

My sincere thanks to Dr Latha Satish for her kind support and thanks to all the contributors of this issue. Needless to say, any papers that you wish to submit, either individually or
collaboratively, are much appreciated and will make a substantial contribution to the development and success of the journal.

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S.No. Article Name Author Page no.
1. Editor’s Note   1-4
2. Guest Article: An approach to Counseling based on Yoga Sutra of Patanjali Dr. Latha Satish 5-11
3. Assessment of the effect of Yoga therapy on Sinusitis by using Infra Red Thermal Imaging System Dr. K Krishna Bhat & Udayakumara K 12-19
4. Effect of Yogic intervention on some bio-chemical parameters of Diabetic patients Rajan 20-24
5. Impact of Yogic practices on some bio-chemical parameters of Arthritis patients Susheel Kumar 25-29
6. Role of Shatkarma & Panchakarma on Low Density Lipoprotein Dr. Sunil Kumar & Prof. V.P. Upaddhyaya 30-33
7. Impact of Yoga practice on Physiological measures in Anxiety conditions Dr. Annapoorna K et. al. 34-37
8. A study on the effect of Yoga and Naturopathy on Dysmenorrhea Dr. Sadhana Dauneria & Dr. Jyoti Keswani 38-42
9. A Study on Effects of Selected Yogic Practices on Psychological Variables of Deaf and Dumb Children Dr. Samsher Singh 43-49
10. Academic Anxiety among Student and the Management through Yoga Dr. Kamakhya Kumar & Dr Somdutta Tiwary 50-53
11. Components of Simplified Kundalini Yoga in Relation to Demographic Characteristics Nirmala Raghavan & Dr.Haider Yasmeen 54-61
12. Yoga for Psychological Rehabilitation: An Overview Abhishek Kumar Bhardwaj, Shirley Telles & Acharya Balkrishna 62-67
13. Bridging West and East through the Transpersonal Approach of Psychotherapy Meera Sharma & Joseph F. Ryan 68-75
14. Universal Peace & Harmony through Yoga Journalism Dr. Ajay Bharadwaj 76-80
15. Psychology of Hindu tradition in perspective of Personality Dr. Vinod Nautiyal & Dr. Rajni Nautiyal 81-84
16. Guidelines for authors   85-88

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