"BECAUSE THERE IS NO OBSTRUCTION, HE HAS NO FEAR."
This sentence is about discarding obstructions to action. Not to be obstructed by body and mind means to be free of worry and of fear. The practice of bodhisattva action engenders five kinds of fear, and those who did not break off delusion yet, who are in the early stages of the bodhisattva career, are particularly susceptible:
1. Fear of being left without sustenance after giving away all possessions; 2. Fear of being insignificant after giving up one’s reputation; 3. Fear of dying in situations that call for self-sacrifice; 4. Fear of falling into evil circumstances; 5. Fear of addressing an assembly, especially in the presence of important people.
These five fears obstruct Dharma practice and without them there is no obstruction to action.