Tag: karma yoga

Bhagavad Geeta - Sole Force(Nature)

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He who sees inaction in action, and action in inaction, is intelligent among men (because he realizes that the Lord as 'Prakriti' is the Sole Force and Doer in the universe).



Bhagavad Geeta - Thus spake Lord Krishna

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Seek refuge in the evenness of mind.
Be thou free from vice and virtue.
Devote thyself to Yoga which is the very dexterity in work.
10.



bhakti

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as sadhaka we should follow karma yoga ie do our work for god only or gyan yoga.it will ultimately leeds to bhakti



Two Paths

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I think Gita basically gives two broad classifications, Path of knowledge and for renunciates and Path of action for others. Devotion, meditation etc are for men of action.



Three levels of Reality

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The cosmos is an inverted tree with its roots in the havens (metaphorically speaking).



Bhagavad Geeta - Purity of Gift granted, when Karmayogi is Pure

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To feel "to give is righteous," to bestow at a fit time and place and to a worthy person, expecting no service in return, makes one's gifts 'SATTVIK' (pure).



without expectations

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Detachment or working without expectations in our day to day life will help a lot. The fundamental cause for all kind of distresses is our expectations. With expectations we bind our ego. This worsens the condition. With help of a Guru one can learn to live life without any expectation or at least with minimum expectation.

— Guruji Shri Shriyogeshvaraji



Bhagavad Geeta - Thus spake Lord Krishna

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Thy right is to work only, but never to the fruits thereof. neither be thou the producer of the fruits of actions nor feel attachment to inaction. 9.



Karma Yoga

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The core issue in any undertaking is the energy we bring to it. We can observe our emotions and see that they cannot be controlled by rational mind.



Karma Yoga

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Karma Yoga is the theme of Bhagavada Gita and this holy book of Hindus holds highest authority akin to Upnishad (Veda, revealed word) and has been commented upon by all teachers who propagated their o