Karma Yoga

Gita Does not say, "Do your work and do not worry about results.

Krishna'sYoga
Krishna's use of word "yoga" is not the same as yoga in Patanjali's Yogasutra. Yoga in Gita is more like use of word "management" in modern times.
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Karma Yoga
Karma Management
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Sakam Karma
Desire + Karma = Sakam Karma. Desire is the driving force for sakam karma. Sakam Karma is not always selfish and it is not always bad. However, sakam karma always produces ripples and an appropriate reaction. The results of sakam karma can show up after a long period of time. The main downside of sakam karma is = It becomes a bondage of karma cycle. It is not possible to get out of karma cycle with sakam karma even if the karma is great.
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Karma Sanyas
We all have to do karma. Not to do karma is not an option. However, there is a choice about what kind of karma we do. We can chose to do mundane routine karma i.e. go to school, get married, have children, do a job etc. Some of us may chose to leave this kind of routine life and adopt a path in search for higher truth. This could be due to a realization that routine mundane karma has not got me anywhere in my past lives or this life. Desire may still be the driving force to start
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Nishkam Karma
Pure Karma is Nishkam Karma. It is also called Karma because there is desire here as a driving force. Karma happens - it is not done.
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Karma, Vikarma, Akarma
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Result Management
Results follow.  Results depend on factors other than just karma.  Krishna did and so do we, we have to pay attention to all the factors that affect results. Not worrying about results is impractical and it does not help.
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Result Management
What do you do about the results you already got? Karma Phal Tyag - Abandon the frits of karma, the results to reduce the baggage you carry.
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