This psychology blog is fantastic, IMO. It addresses the concept of “Being in the moment” when the moment is uncomfortable and/or unsavory. It gives me, personally, a perspective I appreciate quite a bit. There’s a lot of sympathy involved, and allows for entirely acceptable (even if per some perspectives “negative”) reactions.
The concept of simply acknowledging the current stimulus, then without bias acknowledging the reaction, allows for a non-invalidating passage from resistance to flowing with What Is.
What a beautiful idea.