Attain Moksha through Intense Guru Seva
Until man attains jnana and moksha, he keeps taking birth after birth. He continues to labour under vasana, karma and karma phalam. Again vasana, again karma, again karma phalam--this wheel keeps rotating.
A little enquiry will show that an unbridled mind is the cause of all this. That is, until all karmas are erased and another birth is avoided, mind (ununified in God) is responsible for all births.
It is because of this linga sarira (mind) that the Jiva assumes a body and sheds it; it is because of this that he experiences happiness, sorrow or fear, says the Bhagavatam.
Mind, here, means vasanas, attachment, allied karmas and their effects. If karma is done with attachment, one will have to experience the fruits of karma. That causes birth again.
in the Gita Bhashyam. Therefore, if man performs his karma without attachment, fear or expectation, and just as dedication to Isvara, his mind will become clear and he will attain full benefits.
We bless all to keep this in mind and perform satkarma with dedication to God.