The Karmayogi does everything for God.
His mind is on God while he acts.
He wakes, sleeps, hears, touches,
smells, speaks, and breathes thinking of God.
He understands that he himself does nothing
But that God does everything through him.
God uses him to get things done.
The person who offers all he does to God
Is as untouched by sin as a lotus leaf by water.
The Karmayogi is pure.
(Gita 5:6, 7, 8, 9, 10)
Yoga is the path which people can follow to become one with God. It is the path of attaining perfection so that we can know God and then merge into Him. A variety of paths can take us perfection, but they all come together at the end. However, the twists and turns along the way have created many views within Hinduism.
Hindu schools of thought are organized into different systems that go back to Vedic times and continue to evolve and flourish today. The distinctions between them turn on slightly different perspectives of God’s nature and of what the best paths to the goal of self-realization may be. Self-realization means finding God within ourselves. It is enlightening or seeing God’s light and becoming freed from the cycle of birth and death. Enlightenment leads to becoming one with the absolute eternal spirit that transcends the universe.
Read more from On Hinduism, by Irina Gajjar at http://irinaspage.com/philosophy/on-hinduism/