How can we know whether we are ready to act freely in the moment and discard common morality and other conventions?

Lama Ole’s answer:

If there are no more disturbing feelings associated with a situation, then one simply acts like a doctor who says, “If I don’t amputate that leg, this person will die.” If one sees a situation as it is with a completely clear and beyond-personal state of mind, and then acts for the benefit of others without disturbing emotions, then one will certainly be right. In such a case, whatever else happens is other people’s karma.