Posted by: enlightenedcapitalism | Jan 17, 2012

A Dialog on Karma Yoga

Karma Yoga is a method of purifying the mind through work. … All fear and all desire to enjoy here or hereafter must be banished for ever by the Karma Yogi. The karma without desire of return will destroy selfishness, which is the root of all bondage. The watchword of the Karma Yogi is “not I, but Thou,” and no amount of self-sacrifice is too much for such a person. (Swami Vivekananda)

In his dialog on the above quote, Swami Tyagananda describes how principals of karma yoga not only are applicable in a capitalistic society but in fact helps to enhance profitability as viewed in proper perspective.

 

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