In Christian monastic practice, there is something known as statio. This is often meant to denote the moment between moments, or the pause between those times when you are doing things. You can think of it as a mini-transition. You already experience this several times a day, for example, when you are figuring out what to do next or when you take a momentary break to regroup.
With statio you make the pause intentional. Rest in the now moment. Take a single mindful, desire-free breath and recognize there is no other time but this.— Donald Altman in Meal by Meal