Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 9 - Verse 28

shubhashubha-phalair evam mokshyase karma-bandhanaih
sannyasa-yoga-yuktatma vimukto mam upaishyasi

Translation: 

By doing so, you will become free from the bondage of karma and it’s auspicious and inauspicious effects. By renouncing the results of your actions and connecting yourself with Me, you will become liberated and attain Me.

Translation: 
Commentary: 
No one can live in this world without consuming something. There are some yogis in India that try to avoid entanglement with this material world to the extreme. To this end they give up clothing, food and even water. But because they do not recognize Krishna as the proprietor and enjoyer of all things, they eventually fall down from their position of false renunciation. We say ‘false renunciation’ because real renunciation means to renounce the idea of oneself being the proprietor and enjoyer and to recognize Krishna as the proprietor and the enjoyer of everything. ...continue reading »

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