Action

  • according to order of Kṛṣṇa, 826-829
  • according to scripture, 748
  • as karma, 412, 789
  • as one with inaction, 241
  • as symptom of soul, 445
  • better than artificial renunciation, 274
  • better than inaction, 169
  • burned up by fire of knowledge, 242
  • conditioned soul thinks himself doer, 192-193
  • entanglement avoided by steadiness, 245
  • equated with functions of senses, 210
  • five factors which bring about, 790-793
  • for bare necessities only, 244
  • freedom from, 135, 197
  • free from duality, 246
  • fruitive, abandoned by sage, 243
  • in Kṛṣṇa consciousness, 14-15, 184, 191, 283
  • in mode of goodness, 798-799
  • in mode of ignorance, 676, 800
  • in mode of passion, 799
  • in perfection, 184
  • intelligent bewildered in determining, 239
  • in the modes and its result, 678-680
  • its bondage overcome by buddhi-yoga, 164
  • its intricacies hard to understand, 240-241
  • Kṛṣṇa does not aspire to its fruits, 236
  • living entity as cause of, 132
  • modes of nature force one to action, 166, 828-829
  • motivated by knowledge, object and knower, 794
  • not binding on one free of false ego, 793
  • not induced by spirit, 287
  • of great followed by others, 185
  • of life determine future state of being, 416
  • of soul related to Kṛṣṇa, 277
  • one must act at every moment, 166
  • one not entitled to fruits of, 132
  • on spiritual level for liberation, 267, 274, 275
  • out of love for Kṛṣṇa, 243-244
  • renounced, 183, 190, 267, 275, 285
  • senses, work and doer its basis, 794
  • strengthens knowledge, 274
  • to be patterned after devotees, 239
  • to be performed and avoided, 804

(See also Activities, Karma, Work)

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