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  1. 1. Karmayoga-Nishkamakarma BY Dr.S.Subbalakshmi,MA,M,Phil,PhD Chair,Business&Economics FBS Business School Bangalore & Vijayawada
  2. 2. Karma Yoga- Nishkama karma • What is Karma ? :The word is originated from the root KRU meaning DO , WORK , not popular meaning of fate.In Gita the word karma is used to denote all human activities. KARMA NISHKAMA KARMA SAKAMA KARMA
  3. 3. NISHKAMA KARMA • Work with out attachment which produces no bondage. Un attachment does not imply purposelessness . It is pure Sattva. One’s heart is full of love and sympathy that he can embrace the whole world with his love.
  4. 4. Nishkama karma
  5. 5. SAKAMA KARMA • It is all work done for some end result.This leads bondage for the doer. The work may be to maintain the body , meet your official obligations , service to society and many other things.
  6. 6. Sakama Karma
  7. 7. Sakama karma
  8. 8. Yoga-Karma yoga • Yoga is not what we generally do such as breath control , or the activities mentioned by Patanjali . In Bhagavad Gita this word has much different and wider meaning. The word Yoga originated from the word “ YUG” meaning joining tying together etc… Yoga as explained by Sri Krishna himself as “Yogam Karma Sukousalam” ( chapter 2 ,verse 50 ). Kousalam means a special talent , expertise or
  9. 9. Continued…. • Skill in doing some thing. So karma yoga refers to all human activities performed with concentration, skill and fineness. The way to liberation is to perform our duties without attachment. In Bhagavad Gita Sri Krishna instructs Arjuna (mankind) to do their work most sincerely and to master the work without any attachments to rewards.
  10. 10. Nishkama karma (Detached involvement) Sakama karma (Attached involvement) Psychological energy Conservation Psychological energy burnout Reaction less Action Reactionful Action Perfection is the aim– to handle both success & failure. Success is the aim – Success excludes the failure. Inner Autonomy / Sufficiency Dependence on externals—Thriving on comparison Being in the world but not of it. Being in the world and also of it. Socio –economically relevant Socio –Economically questionable Work commitment Reward oriented Mind Enrichment Job enrichment Excellence through “Work is worship “ Excellence through competitive rivalry
  11. 11. Nishkama karma-Management lessons 1. Gives ability to do things in a mature way 2. Gives ability to deal with relationships in a more humane manner . 3. Provides better understanding and tapping the power of mind instead of getting burnt out. 4. Enables the leaders to concentrate on means rather than ends.
  12. 12. Continued…. • 5) Enables to get rid of fear, mental agony ,stress, cynicism , physical ill health. • 6)Makes the leaders to understand the dynamics of present instead of going after future results. • 7) instead of concentrating on destructive criticism, leaders learn to try for positive solutions.This behavioral pattern of equanimity helps the organization to grow.
  13. 13. Learnings • Chapter 3 , sloka 21 from Bhagvad Gita • “Yadyadacharati sreshaha tatdevetaro janaha. • Sayat pramanam kurute lokaastada anuvartate” • Whatever actions are performed by the leader • Other employees follow him.The standards set by him are the exemplary acts which fetches the organization by adding ethics to it’s commercial products.

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