I came across the article shared by one of my fellow practitioners, Kim Jobst. The article demonstrates clear evidence of a move to learning to be more present in the moment, for only in the moment an one be aware of both sides of a situation. When one’s perception is balanced, the emotional attachment is dissolved and the truth is revealed. With this full awareness, there is no place for depression or anxiety which is primarily based on an unbalanced perception of regrets of a perceived past and fear of the imminent perceived future respectively.
Being present in the moment and being aware of both sides allows one to appreciate the perfection of the moment and its importance in teaching us what we need to learn.