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The human mind perpetually precipitates thought-forms in reference to the past or future. Just as a cow chews its cud, the human mind engages in the digestion of experiences by thinking. In those rare moments when our mind is in the present, it either becomes silent or generates the vibration, “Aah!” Present moment experiences reflect gaps in our perpetual, inner mental dialogue. Through these gaps, our individuality connects with our universality.A new or powerful experience can bring us into the present. Seeing a shooting star, hearing a powerful piece of music, receiving a nurturing massage, tasting a delicious meal, or making passionate love can provide engaging sensory experiences that can stop the mind for a moment, but usually leave an impression that generates subsequent mental activity. That delicious chocolate truffle inevitably generates the desire for more.