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Nishkama Karma Yoga is the highest form of Yoga which Leeds you to that ultimate union with God or the ultimate energy, in everyday life the practice of Nishlama Yoga is the only practice which leads you to complete peace of mind, but for those not conversant with yogic practices let us first see the literal meaning of Nishkama Karma Yoga-

Bhagavad-Gita Text Ancient Engravings
Bhagavad-Gita Text
Hence Nishkama Karma Yoga means the union of desire less action; Nishkama Yoga is one of the Key teachings of the Bhagavad-Gita , where Krishna teaches Arjuna that the practice of Nishkama Karma Yoga is the way to the ultimate union with god, through the following verses-

2.47--Thy right is to work only; but never to the fruits thereof. Be thou not the producer of the fruits of (thy) actions; neither let thy attachment be towards inaction’
2.48 -- Being steadfast in Yoga, Dhananjaya, perform actions, abandoning attachment, remaining unconcerned as regards success and failure. This evenness. of mind (in regard to success and failure) is known as Yoga.
2.49---Work (with desire) is verily far inferior to that performed with the mind undisturbed by thoughts of results.O Dhananjaya, seek refuge in this evenness of mind. Wretched are they who act for results.
2.51--The wise, possessed of this evenness of mind, abandoning the fruits of their actions, freed for ever from the fetters of birth, go to that state which is beyond all evil.
5.11. Devotees in the path of work perform action, only with body, mind, senses, and intellect, forsaking attachment, for the purification of the heart.
5.12. The well-poised, forsaking the fruit of action, attains peace, born of steadfastness; the unbalanced one, led by desire, is bound by being attached to the fruit (of action).
5.13. The subduer (of the senses), having renounced all actions by discrimination, rests happily in the city of the nine gates, neither acting, nor causing (others) to act.
The practice of Nishkama Karma Yoga does not mutate your memory, as all our actions and the results of those actions are stored in our memory, this Leeds to bad Karma and acts as a stumbling block in the natural evolution, the ultimate result of which is union with God.

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