Karma means the sum of a person's actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences. Karma yoga is the path of unselfish action and is one of the six branches of yoga. Karma is a Sanskrit word meaning "Action". Karma yoga teaches us to walk on the path of Dharma(religion). Practicing Karma yoga also involves fully accepting one's dharma (duty in life) in order to let go of selfish desires. Whether we realize it or not, all of us perform actions all the time since even sitting and thinking is an action. Performing actions in a certain way are also very necessary. Since action is inevitable, an integral part of being alive, we need to reorient it into a path to God-realization. No matter whether we are devotional, intellectual or meditative by temperament, karma yoga can easily be practiced in tandem with the other spiritual paths. Do not neglect your daily duties and responsibilities. Bring your spirituality and balanced approach to all your actions. Try to make it a part of your daily living. Learn to engage your minds in contemplation. Make an effort to remain in an absorbed state and perform actions with a sacrificial attitude. This is how before every action or I can say at every moment of your life you can practice Karma yoga.