Why is it that we keep running all our lives and yet feel happiness is elusive? Why is it that unless we have fixed goals in our mind, the effort seems worthless? How can we learn to enjoy the journey, without worrying about the destination? Nithyananda captures the essence of the third chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, called Karma Yoga, relating it to the attitude and mental makeup of the modern man. He offers answers to common questions giving instant clarity to long term confusions. In doing so, He leads the seeker to a path of self discovery, just as Krishna, the Master of Masters leads Arjuna on his journey inwards.