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Swami Vivekananda's Karma Yoga##

Anfostar Team Thu Sep 22, 2022
Swami Vivekananda's Karma Yoga##
Swami Vivekananda's Karma Yoga Swami Vivekananda's famous book 'Karma Yoga' is a compilation of lectures given by him in America from December 1895 to January 1896.

According to Swamiji, Karmayoga is actually a special method of attaining liberation through selflessness and good deeds.

Vivekananda says that doing one's duty in the best way for philanthropy without any personal interest is Karma Yoga.

Presenting the ideal of Karma Yoga, he says, "The ideal man is one who experiences intense action even in the midst of absolute peace and calmness, and the calmness and calmness of the desert even in the midst of intense activity. He has experienced self-control.

have learned the secret – have conquered themselves.

Their mind is still as if they were in a silent cave, even when walking through the clogged streets of a big city, and yet their mind is all Time is intensely engaged in action.

This is the ideal of Karmayoga, and if you have attained it, you have really come to know the secret of action."

The principle of non-attachment described in the Gita is considered very important in Karma Yoga.

Explaining this, Swamiji says, "Be unattached; let the work go on - the centers of the mind keep doing their work - keep working continuously, but do not let a wave affect your mind. Work in this way in the world. You have come here for two days, as if you are a foreign wanderer.

Keep doing the work, but do not put yourself in bondage, the bondage is very terrible. The world is not our abode, it is one of those steps, Through which we are going."

Explaining the real meaning of Karma Yoga, Swami Vivekananda says, "Now you have seen, what is the meaning of Karma Yoga.

It means helping everyone even in the face of death without argument. Even if you are duped millions of times, but Don't take a word out of your mouth, and don't even think about the good things you're doing. Don't be proud of the favor you have done for the poor, and don't expect gratitude from him, but on the contrary, be grateful to him. -Thinking that he has given you an opportunity to donate."

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