The body exists in a subtle but constant state of excitation, which causes a restlessness and need to move. Even when at rest, the body will appear to be only a millisecond away from transitioning or bubbling up into a new position. In peak moments, this energy emerges as excitable but uncoordinated jittering which is guided by alert eyes.
This signal reveals a psychology that is overflowing with proactive/extroverted energy and the need to move/engage/animate. The psychic vector is outward turned, rather than turned toward private reflection or contemplation, which subtracts energies from the body. Here the mind is passionately exploring variables (objects/environments/ideas) and their relationships to each other, whether through literal/physical contact or engaging in object-oriented ideas.