The body remains fluid at the spine, but very inertial in its movement. Body sways, leans and head tilts will carry a degree of lag and a reluctance toward spontaneity which stems more from a viscosity of the body than from rigidity/firmness of posture. When the body moves due to Pe or Je activity, it will come to a rest more slowly, absorbing and smoothing out much of the momentum (Pe) or jitteriness (Je) created.
This signal reveals a psychology that is rich in information and breadth of opinions, but less fixed in the implications which that information may have. The psyche is presently drifting through previous perceptions which relate to the subject matter at hand, and (to a lesser degree) synthesizing a presentable narrative together from this emerging information.