Performance of action to achieve yog is the way for the reflective man
who aspires to selfless action.
But when repeated practice of the deed gradually brings one
to the stage at which the final outcome of selfless action emerges, absence of all desire is the means.
One is not rid of desire before this stage.
This is the stage when a man is not given to sensual pleasure,
nor to action.
When the culmination of yog is once reached,
who is there beyond to strive and look for?
So there is no longer any need of even the prescribed task of worship and,
therefore, of attachment to action.
This is the point when attachments are completely broken.
This is renunciation-(sanyas);
and this is also achievement of yog.
While a worshipper is still on his way and has not yet arrived at this point, there is nothing like renunciation.