Understanding Gita – 100

Chapter 4 – JnanaYoga

Shloka 41


ātmavantaṁ na karmāṇi
nibadhnanti dhanañjaya

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Renouncing karma(doership)(sannyastah karmanaam) through yoga(devotional service to the Lord), cutting(sanchinna) samshaya(doubts) through jnana, situated in the self(aatma-vantam), for that person karma will not be binding, O Dhananjaya!

O conqueror of riches, conquer this also.
The one who has perfected in karma – by dropping the doership(“I am the doer” should be dropped, “He” is the controller), the one who has destroyed all his doubts by knowledge; and who is always situated in the self(focus is always inwards), he will not get entangled in whatever he is doing.

Swamiji – If God is enacting through us, then there is no Karma.

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