The Spirit of Karma Yoga (Baba Hari Dass): Ego, Desire, Attachment to the fruit of action, Aim
C1: Think of an experience in the past that either got you started on the path of yoga or moved you in the direction of yoga like a skip in your walking
C2: Tool you use to remind you of your aim or which helps you move toward your aim
C3: Someone or something (animate or inanimate) that is a support for your aim
C4: Your Aim
Yajna, sacrifice, is a state of inaction in action. Here the actor or doer is observing from a distance the actions of the mind/body complex and one does not feel as though one is doing the action. Thus, one feels that the body is acting out of a natural impulse, prarabdha karma, that was set in motion in previous births, including the present birth. The gunas, which make up the body, are thus interacting with the gunas as objects in the objective or outer world.
Language on how this process unfolds is necessarily limited due to the fact that the experience of being a non-doer is beyond the mind's conceptual realm.
Who is there when I feel that I exist? Existence with consciousness and bliss, not me as separate doer. My son and I became one today in this meditation.
I remember rainy Saturdays at the 601 house. The TV was now off as there were just the ball games on and the cartoons were over. I was so lethargic then, tamas overpowering me for long stretches of time. I remember that soft, warm couch where you could stretch out, long and free. Everyone else, at least 13, were off somewhere else, although I could sense mom's energy as she worked to maintain the harmony and lifestyle we were accustomed to.
Then, it would rain, warm cooling rain would turn the humidity from 90's something to about 60. I felt alive and communed with that rain, experienced it deeply in oneness.