Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 4 - Verse 23

gata-sangasya muktasya jnanavasthita-cetasah
yajnayacharatah karma samagram praviliyate

Translation: 

All karma is completely dissolved for one who is detached, liberated, situated in knowledge and performs action only in sacrifice.

Translation: 
Commentary: 
We have already discussed previously the different types of action such as karma (prescribed duties), vikarma (forbidden actions) and akarma (spiritual activities). Nonetheless it is sometimes difficult to understand the different types of action, and especially to see inaction in action and action within inaction. Indeed, this seems quite contradictory. In contemporary society, especially in various yoga communities, karma is often spoken of without a clear understanding of what it actually is or how it is incurred. ...continue reading »

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