Je-3: Shoulder Shrugs

Visual Description The person will raise/shrug their shoulders then relax them back down quickly. The body tenses then relaxes, showing the temporary presence of Judgment’s tension. These shrugs may be jittery and quick, or prolonged. They will often be accompanied by head shakes, head nods and articulation to demonstrate an emphasis of their stance. Psychology…

Je-2: Head Shakes

Visual Description The person will shake their head as an emphasis of articulation. These head shakes may be brief and jittery, or long and accentuated. There is often a sharp, angular halt at the end of each head shake, denoting the finality of judgment. This signal is not necessarily related to the expression of disapproval;…

Je-1: Head Nods

Visual Description The person will nod their head or jut it forward as an emphasis of articulation. These nods may be brief and jittery, or long and accentuated. In each case, there is a sharp, angular halt at the end of each head nod, denoting the finality of judgment.    Psychology Description This signal reveals…

P-5: Subordinate Judgment

Visual Description The person has a fluid posture, with casual swaying and ongoing movements. Then from this default rhythm, signals of judgment arise  such as gesticulations and head shakes. However, these gestures come across as lukewarm/diluted in their force as the body refuses to be made entirely rigid. Angular or rigid movements quickly fade back…

P-4: Casual Hands

Visual Description The person’s hands and arms move casually, often spontaneously and playfully to the flow of ideas in the present. The wrists may remain soft, and movements are transient; not carrying a lot of weight or seriousness in their delivery. The common phrase “off-handed” perfectly describes the essence of this gesture.    Psychology Description…

P-3: Ongoing Movements

Visual Description Each movement leads into the next in a rhythmic fashion, without notable seams between the motions. Rather than having angular halts and continuations, the body is in a constant state of subtle transition from one posture or gesture to the next.    Psychology Description This signal reveals a psychology that exists always with…

P-2: Eye Centric

Visual Description The eyes have a  strong hold over the face, acting as the steering wheel and focal point of the body. They are the place from where all other body movement cascades, trailing behind the eyes slightly. There may also be a split in the face between two dynamics; the eye area (upper face)…

P-1: Fluid Posture

Visual Description There is a fluidity to the spine, a relaxation of the body and a receptiveness toward transition in posture, as well as in topics of conversation. The body will lean and drift, often accompanied by head tilts, and swaying motions.   Psychology Description This signal reveals a psychology that is in a constant…