Bhagavad Gita sings:
The man who has known his Self,
who finds joy and contentment in his embodied Soul,
nothing to gain from action
anything to lose from inaction.
There remains nothing more to do
the man who rejoices in his Self,
finds contentment in his Self,
feels adequate in his Self.
True nonviolence is cultivating one’s own Self
also urging others to spiritual discipline and growth.
Always do what is right for you to do
in the spirit of selflessness,
for in doing his duty
the selfless person attains to God.
The impious lover of sensual pleasures
who does not follow the way of the prescribed action
which is worshiping of God only,
lives in vain.
Contemplation of God is the only real action.
That conduct is action
which enables the mind to concentrate on God.
It is a prescribed act and,
according to Sri Krishn,
tasks other than this are only forms of worldly bondage.
Anything other than performance of this yagya
a form of slavery rather than action.
[Revered Swami Adgadanandji Paramhans]
As expounded by most Revered Gurudev.