Karma Yoga

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Karma-Yogaby Swami VivekanandaThis a set of lectures by Swami Vivekananda on the subject of Karma Yoga, one of the several yogic paths to enlightenment. Karma Yoga is a mental discipline which allows one to carry out one's duties as a service to the entire world, as a path to enlightenment. By working in the real world, but giving up attachment to work, we can obtain spiritual liberation. Vivekana...

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Karma is sanskrit for action. The law of cause and effect pervades everything in the manifested, material world. How to live this life without attachment - how to do good without expecting anything in return? Everything goes around and comes back - a...

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es the concept of Karma in the Bhagavada-Gita, and singles out the Buddha as a primary example of this form of yoga.