Beyond action and beyond learning,
one is at ease,
Sticking with the methodology used in directing the first line one should know the answer to the first question:
Who goes beyond?
What goes beyond?
When do we go beyond?
Where is beyond?
How do you go beyond?
Why is beyond a place to be at ease?
The too excellent answer is that one of the Way goes beyond. I think the imperative is that "we" go beyond. We is the whole universe.
The learning and action go beyond as you become your learning and action. If you are able to take a step back you may see this process. I think it is fascinating as I see it occurring in myself and others.
We go beyond when we accept that all answers fall short.
Beyond is something ineffable. It is also right here. An integration of practice and experience that allows us to start genuine practice. I see no beginning or end.
Going beyond is Right Practice. I think that what determining right practice is for any given person can only be done with the application of great faith, and great doubt.
It is a place to be at ease because once you are beyond you have finally given up and there is no more struggle. I have a mental image of drowning I associate with this line. A violent struggle (early learning and action maybe accompanied by some odd sensations, visions, dreams, nightmares) then oblivion (being at ease, accepting what is)
I know that you know all of this already.
I welcome comments, but I may integrate them into the commentary.
I hope that my efforts are helpful in clearing my own delusion as well as that of others.