Self-possessed, resolute, act
without any thought of results
open to success or failure.
This equanimity is yoga.
Eckhart Tolle refers to the ego using others as reflectors, turning them into objects and trapping the mind in the false succession of past and future. In yoga and other Eastern systems they refer to the dharma.
The ego structure disappears as you sense what appropriate action is, take it, let go in the moment.
Sounds like idealism, doesn’t it. Who can be indifferent to success or failure? Who can not worry about the opinions of others? Who can release results? The one who is in the moment, who has taken appropriate action and is aware.