A yajnA is the methodology to achieve this detachment from the ego and become one with the universe. A yajnA literally means “to give” and consequently “to unite” – to attain the realization of being a strand in the web of life which is a continuing flow of consciousness.
tyAga means relinquishment of the fruits of action. It means dropping the anxiety for the acquisition and enjoyment of the fruits of action even while doing the action. It is desire that prompts everyone to action. We are not asked to give up the fruits of action because asking us to give up that will be going against the law of karma, according to which, each action will bear out its own reward or punishment, without asking for it. So all we are asked to give up is just the anxiety for the fruits of action, even while doing the action, because this robs away the joy from the action while it is being done, instead keeps the
mind focused in the future results. So the mind remains stressed and agitated. Dropping the anxiety keeps the mind calm and compose