Performing all kinds of action without attachment, identification, desire, intention, or expectation towards the action and the fruit of action to be or not to be in certain way.
Allowing the action and the fruit of action being what it is, as it is.
Without expectation towards others' reaction towards one's actions and the fruit of one's actions, to be or not to be in certain way.
Allowing others' reaction and non-reaction being what they are, as they are.
Without being determined by the actions and the fruit of actions as well as others' reaction or non-reaction, to be happy or unhappy, good or bad, right or wrong, satisfied or dissatisfied, contented or disappointed, accomplished or unaccomplished, prideful or shameful, meaningful or meaningless, deserving or undeserving, loved or unloved, peaceful or peaceless.
Performing all kinds of action without attachment, identification, desire, intention or expectation, is the yoga practice.
Realizing what is selflessness, desirelessness, intentionlessness or compassion, and what are selfless, desireless, intentionless and compassionate actions, is the end of yoga practice.
Merely names and forms arising, changing and passing away, sometimes
agreeable and comfortable, while sometimes disagreeable and
Suffering arise upon the presence of attachment, identification, desire of craving and aversion, intention and expectation towards the presence, changes and absence of names and forms, and vice versa.
Suffering ceased existing upon the realization of selflessness, desirelessness, intentionlessness or compassion.