(Krishna speaking to Arjuna) The united one (the well poised or the harmonised), having abandoned the fruit of action, attains to the eternal peace; the non-united only (the unsteady or the unbalanced), impelled by desire and attached to the fruit, is bound.
V.13. SARVAKARMAANI MANASAA SANNYASYAASTE SUKHAM VASHEE; NAVADWAARE PURE DEHEE NAIVA KURVAN NA KAARAYAN. Mentally renouncing all actions and self-controlled, the embodied one rests happily in the nine-gated city, neither acting nor causing others (body and senses) to act.
(Krishna speaking to Arjuna) Children, not the wise, speak of knowledge and the Yoga of action or the performance of action as though they are distinct and different; he who is truly established in one obtains the fruits of both.
V.5. YATSAANKHYAIH PRAAPYATE STHAANAM TAD YOGAIR API GAMYATE; EKAM SAANKHYAM CHA YOGAM CHA YAH PASHYATI SA PASHYATI. That place which is reached by the Sankhyas or the Jnanis is reached by the (Karma) Yogis. He sees who sees knowledge and the performance of action (Karma Yoga) as one.
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