Ability in the moment is accessed in multiple ways. A sense of presence can be practiced through what can be called mindfulness.
In years of working with individuals, couples and families along with organizations and therapists in training I have noticed a curious thing. Ability in the moment, which I draw from the term used by philosopher Peter Morriss called ableness in his book called "Power", I have found to be the very thing that allows vitality, accepting limits, attempting new horizons, whether it is in healing grief or in accessing performance.
I find that when one is clear about ableness within oneself, within a relationship, within a group or organization one is in flow, feeling alive. It is a state of mind accessed through attentional practice. It is also accessed with release of residual storage of partially processed experiences through relational witnessing, acknowledging, and integration of experience.
At Small Wonder Counseling, LLC, approach of Ableness Within (SM) is addressed in psychotherapy and in clinical supervision along with business practice.
Sasikala P. Raman, MS, LPCMH, ACS