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Principles of Karma Yoga. Right Attitude. It is not what you do that counts, it is the attitude while doing it that determines your karma. Right Motive. It is not what you do that counts, it is the motive behind it. Do Your Duty. You will incur demerit if you shun your duty

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    1. Principles of Karma Yoga

    2. Right Attitude • It is not what you do that counts, it is the attitude while doing it that determines your karma Right Motive • It is not what you do that counts, it is the motive behind it

    3. Do Your Duty • You will incur demerit if you shun your duty • Your duty is towards God, self, and your inner teacher Do your Best • If you know of a better way to serve, do it • Do not hold back because of fear of effort or criticism • Maximize good to minimize evil

    4. Give Up Results • God is the doer, you are only the instrument • You must have detachment from results and rewards Serve God or Self in All • Do to others what you would like done to yourself • Practice humility in action and beware of power, fame, or praise

    5. Follow the Discipline of the Job • Each job is a teacher • Learn from every action • Concentration, focus, and discipline are essential to doing good