The video below is a vivid example of the locomotive rhythm as basis of the animal mind, and how the mechanics of movement reveals the mechanics of the mind.
From movement an animal derives its metric of self, safety, pleasure, well-being and constructs its view of reality. Objects come to mind, achieve their mental form, data points from the sensorium are synthesized into a discrete shape, as a function of resistance to movement. Thus given the mental process of objectification the question then becomes can the locomotive rhythm be reacquired when knocked off balance by an object (stimulus). Here "Buttermilk" becomes excited as she tries to make contact with the man. But there is too much resistance and so she next zooms toward the other goats, objects of resistance more easily surmounted, i.e. integrated into her locomotive rhythm. The very act of leaping over another goat is assimilating its center of gravity into her body configuration, uniting the projected e-cog (the forward point that momentum commits the mind to occupying with the body) with her p-cog. By hurdling the other goat she is able to for one brief moment in time merge both points into one wave form. (Note the head shakes due to frustration of not being able to actually ingest the forward point and satisfy the state of arousal, i.e. hunger. Even the oral urge is a function of the locomotive rhythm.) Buttermilk achieved a point of weightlessness by integrating these objects into her locomotive rhythm. Run Buttermilk, Run.