Traditional Buddhism describes certain qualities of mind that arise from meditation practice and following the precepts. Known as the Four Immeasurables (or Brahmaviharas), the qualities of benevolence, compassion, empathetic joy, and equanimity signify the awakened mind.
Lately I've been considering trust as another signifier. I don't mean trust in a person, thing, or story; that kind of trust often signifies a confused or dependent mind.
Rather, I'm talking about the capacity for trusting actual experience, moment to moment. Too often we don't perceive experience with clarity and thus can fall into a kind of blind belief.
Trust points to a different way of attaining what appears in mind: recognizing the ongoing flow of experience for exactly what it is, the passing weather. We can trust that mind is always changing, that formations come and go, and not attach to any of it.
Moment after month, just this.