The enduring beauty and power of the Bhagavad Gita is partially due to the fact that it urged human of varying dispositions to seek their own highest Self each in their unique way: Therefore, always perform your duty efficiently and without attachment to the results, because by doing work without attachment one attains the Supreme. (BG 3.19).
Ramana Maharshi said the same thing in his inimitable way – that we must act, yes, but without the attachment to mini-me that causes all our misery…read Harsh Luthar’s profound post here…
Bhagavan Ramana says in Talk 41 (Talks with Sri Ramana Maharshi) that one should give up the sense of doership in order to be free from the bondage of birth and death. Bhagavan is saying that karma pertains to the body/mind. If we give up the sense of doership, the karma will go on or drop away. Either way, it is not our concern.
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