"Right seeing" in the Buddhist sense is easily taken as a negative -- noticing where we as human beings have gone "astray." But it can also mean "see what is right to do," referring by implication to such things as right action and right livelihood. "Observe and interact" in the Permaculture sense is also positivist. The assumption is that the universe has no "astray" and that by studying the life and energy flows around us, we can more closely attune our actions to what is, instead of trying to buck the system.
Both principles are the same.
Watch what the sun, moon, sky, landscape, waterscape, plant communities, insects, animals, human communities, institutions and people around you are doing. What are the rhythms? What happened before? What is going on right now? What can we reasonably anticipate? How is that changing?
Wisdom is to be in and of the flow, putting a hand in where it is needed, but also knowing when it's not about us and when to wait.
http://permacultureprinciples.com/principles/_1/ By taking the time to engage with nature we can design solutions that suit our particular situation.