is a path of devotion to the work. One looses his identity while working,
only selfless work remains. This state is very difficult to achieve.
Generally some rewards or incentives or outcome follows the work and
one is attached to this reward or incentive. This is not the Karmyog.
Non-attachment with the work and becoming the perfect instrument of
the super consciousness in this manifested universe is the ultimate
aim of Karmyog.
In the initial stages of Karmyog, individual possesses strong sense
of ego and consciously or unconsciously he is attached to the fruits
of his efforts or at least praise or recognition but by continuous involvement
in the work and change in mental attitude, One can surely disassociate
himself from the ego and his own personality.
In this state the work becomes worship to the God, it becomes spiritual,
also the individual becomes expert, skilled and Yogi. He achieves stability
of mind in all conditions, he is not disturbed or excited or happy in
any of the situations. He becomes divine & his actions represent
The essence of Karmyog as extracted from 'Bhagvad Gita' says: The world
confined in its own activity except when actions are performed as worship
of God. Therefore one must perform every action sacramentally and be
free of your attachments to the results.