Bhakti Yoga means connecting ourselves with the divine energy. Bhakti Yoga is the method to release one from Karma. Karma is material activities, from which one incurs subsequent reactions. Karmi is one engaged in karma or a materialist.
Bhakti yoga is a term within Hinduism which denotes the spiritual practice of fostering of loving devotion to God. Traditionally there are nine forms of bhakti-yoga. Bhakti yoga is generally considered the easiest of the four general paths to liberation, or moksha (the others being Karma, Dhyana and Jnana Yoga), especially in the current age of Kali Yuga (according to the Hindu cycle of time). In scriptures such as the Bhagavad Gita, bhakti is described as a perfectional stage in itself.
In Bhakti yoga, the role of the spiritual master (guru) is most important and essential. The student therefore should be sincere in his endeavor to learn from the spiritual master and should use their intelligence to seek spiritual realisation. If one wants to attain the highest perfection of yoga, one should take to Bhakti yoga.This is the yoga system recommended in the Srimad Bhagvatam and in the Bhagavad Purana (vedic scriptures).
Therefore it is revealed in the vedic authorised scriptures that the creation is complete as it originates from Complete. Similarly our bodies are also complete and built for self realisation. The complete machine is already within us as life comes from life. We only have to utilise this machine to vibrate the transcedental sound (mantra) that comes from the divine energy and we will attain complete liberation from all material miseries and be peaceful and complete.