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Karma Yoga and Meditation

Meditation means a continuous dehypnotizing from identification with body, mind, and name and from.
It must start in everyday life. If you cannot be detached from the day-to-day activities, it will be difficult to enter into meditation. In order to sit for meditation, the mind must be detached and withdrawn from day to day concerns. The means for achieving this is Karma Yoga, or selfless service. It is the fundamental step on which meditation is built; no meditation is possible without it.
A true Karma Yogi is continuously meditating. Whether working in the kitchen, worshipping in the temple, or mowing the lawn, the Karma Yogi knows that he is different from the work, and that the work is only a way of achieving the Supreme.
As the detachment increases, it becomes easier and easier to disassociate from activities. Then, when the eyes are closed, the mind will remain unperturbed; it has been trained to focus inwardly at all times. Others may see a Karma Yogi and think he is just another person working; they will not know the secret of his inner peace.Detachment from action does not mean shirking responsibilities. A haphazard life is not yogic, for it engenders no steadiness of mind. When a yogi takes on a job, he finishes it. His mind does not waver; that is the secret of his success. If he assumes a responsibility, his mind is focused steadily on it until completion. The average person does a little here and there, keeping several projects going and finishing nothing. There is no meditative state of mind. A person who meditation can turn out more work in less time. He has peace within. His actions are all on a pure level, and those who come in contact with him are uplifted. Thank you for reading my article, I love to hear any ones opinion or suggestions.
 Good luck to everyone.
Meditation means a continuous dehypnotizing from identification with body, mind, and name and from. It must start in everyday life. If you cannot be detached from the day-to-day activities, it will be difficult to enter into meditation. In order to sit for meditation, the mind must be detached and withdrawn from day to day concerns. The means for achieving this is Karma Yoga, or selfless service. It is the fundamental step on which meditation is built; no meditation is possible without it.
A true Karma Yogi is continuously meditating. Whether working in the kitchen, worshipping in the temple, or mowing the lawn, the Karma Yogi knows that he is different from the work, and that the work is only a way of achieving the Supreme.
As the detachment increases, it becomes easier and easier to disassociate from activities. Then, when the eyes are closed, the mind will remain unperturbed; it has been trained to focus inwardly at all times. Others may see a Karma Yogi and think he is just another person working; they will not know the secret of his inner peace.Detachment from action does not mean shirking responsibilities. A haphazard life is not yogic, for it engenders no steadiness of mind. When a yogi takes on a job, he finishes it. His mind does not waver; that is the secret of his success. If he assumes a responsibility, his mind is focused steadily on it until completion. The average person does a little here and there, keeping several projects going and finishing nothing.
 
There is no meditative state of mind. A person who meditation can turn out more work in less time. He has peace within. His actions are all on a pure level, and those who come in contact with him are uplifted. Thank you for reading my article, I love to hear any ones opinion or suggestions. Good luck to everyone.

 
 
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