Question: What is the key means that enables a man to become a Yogi?
Swami Ramsukhdasji: Gita says - Actions without motive are the means that enables a man to become a Yogi (equanimous). For the same man, when he is established in Yoga, tranquility of mind is said to be the means to attain God Realization. i.e. the Yogi should not enjoy the tranquility which he gets by renouncing the world. (Gita 6:3)
Question: What are the marks of a man who has attained Yoga?
Swami Ramsukhdasji: Gita says - such a Yogi, ceases to have any attachment either for the objects of sense or for the actions and he renounces all thoughts of the world. (Gita 6:4)
Question: What should a man do to attain Yoga?
Swami Ramsukhdasji: Gita says - he should raise himself by his own effort and should not degrade
himself; for one's own self is one's friend and one's own self is one's enemy. (Gita 6:5)
Question: What are the marks of a Yogi who has attained God?
Swami Ramsukhdasji: Gita clearly states - His mind is satisfied with knowledge and self-realization. All his senses are subdued. He remains unshaken under all circumstances. To him a clod, a stone, a piece of gold are the same. Such a Yogi is called equanimous. He regards well-wishers, friends, neutrals, mediators, the hateful, the relatives, the saints, and sinners alike. Such a man with equanimity stands supreme. (Gita 6:8-9)
Source: "Gita Madhurya" in Hindi by Swami Ramsukhdasji