Total abandonment is renunciation,
a state in which even will and merits of action cease to be,
prior to which there is only endless giving up of attachment
for fulfillment of the spiritual quest.
Lord Krishn sings in Bhagavad Gita:
“Whereas the triple returns-good, bad, and mixed-of
covetous people’s actions,
issue forth even after death,
the actions of people who have renounced all,
do not ever bear any fruits.’’
The deeds of avaricious men produce consequences
arise even after death.
These consequences indeed persist through endless births.
But the actions of those who have relinquished all-of true sanyasi
(so called because they have given up all their possessions)-
do not bear fruits at any time.
This is complete renunciation the highest stage of spiritual seeking.
~Revered Gurudev Swami Adgadanand Jee Paramhans~