The Gita insists on unity of the life of spirit which cannot be resolved into philosophic wisdom, devoted love or strenuous action. Work, knowledge and devotion are complimentary both when we seek the goal and after we attain it. We do not proceed on the same lines but that which we seek is same.
Anyone who attains the goal is released from divided loyalties and actions. His body, mind and spirit, the ‘conscious, the pre-conscious and unconscious, to use Freud’s word work flawlessly together and attain a rhythm expressed in the ecstacy of joy, the illumination of knowledge and the intensity of energy. His personality is raised to its fullness, it’s maximum expression, pure and free, buoyant and unburdened.