1. Achieving union with the Divine (“yoga”) through selfless service to all of humanity. The technique is simply to be kind and generous to others to the best of your ability, and consecrating your actions to the Divine. “Karma” means “action, so a person who practices karma yoga should be focused on the action and not on the outcome of the action. It is believed that if you are thus focused, the lessons of karma will be learned and you will be less likely to need to reincarnate. One of the four basic yogic paths.
2. The Yoga of detachment by consciously cutting the emotional and energetic tie between action and reaction. No reaction, no karma, no pain.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Cyndi Dale, author of a number of books, including Advanced Chakra Healing and the new Energy Work for the Everyday to Elite Athlete.
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