Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 4 verse 23: He who is freed from attachment, liberated, whose mind is established in wisdom, who acts for the sake of sacrifice, his action is entirely dissolved.
[Overview: Serve the desires of others. Sacrifice your desires for theirs. Thus, naturally renounce your own desires. Live free form selfish desires and the action they seed (2.45, 2.47). 'His action is entirely dissolved.']
Given all immediately previous (4.18 — 4.22, based), he who sacrifices desire by serving others, ‘is freed from attachment’ and is ‘liberated’ from the bondage to action. His mind ‘established in wisdom’ of nonaction, he performs Nature’s desires. He ‘acts for the sake of sacrifice [of selfish desire]’ to Divine Nature and all creation to further evolution.
Freed from attachment, liberated, wise, having renounced desire and acting for the sake of sacrifice [that is, renouncing/sacrificing his desire by serving the desires of others (3.11)], he lives in the eternal present and ‘his action is entirely dissolved’ from consequence. ‘His karma is entirely dissolved’ in the timeless moment. This is the experience of Brahman through action.