Karma Samnyasa Yoga
How to overcome fear?
How to overcome desire?
Which is better – renunciation of action or participation of action.
Which is better – Vanaprashta or Sanyasa
Who hates nor desires – free from pair of opposites
Who performs actions but is not free from fruits of action
Who performs pujas and rituals regularly?
Who practices strict fasting on Ekadasis
Work when performed without controlling the senses.
Work is done after offering pujas for success of each action.
Work is done only after ensuring the success of it
The doer of work performs it selfless and without anxiety for the fruits.
One who makes sure that all holy acts performed are in his name.
Abandoning all attachments, one who dedicates all actions to Brahman (supreme truth)
One who makes donations and advertises it
One who has abandoned fruits of action.
One dedicates all actions to Brahman.
One who is able to control the senses.
One who works to fulfill desires and is attached to the fruit of work.
The enjoyments that are born of contacts are only generators of pain, for they have a beginning and an end. O son of Kunti, the wise do not rejoice in them.
Even here (in this world), birth (everything) is overcome by those whose minds rest in equality; Brahman is spotless indeed and equal; therefore they are established in Brahman.
Intellect absorbed in That, their being Self being That, established in That, with That for their Supreme Goal, they go whence there is no return, their sins dispelled by Knowledge
Whenever there is decay of righteousness, O Bharata, and a rise of unrighteousness, then I manifest Myself.
The nine gates of Human body to the outer world – eyes, ears, nostrils, mouth and organs of excretion and reproduction.
Who performs fasting without water
Who can withstand the impulse of desire and anger
Who leaves the control of senses to Gods
Who commit sins and take refuge in God