The person’s body will sway as they talk, and their head may swivel from side to side as their spine collaborates in the motion with a syncopated rhythm. The body’s disposition is not restricted by definitive halts or tensions, but is receptive to movements and the whims of the environment or one’s own internal recollections.
This signal reveals a psyche engaged in the fluid receptivity of perception. It is in a state of ongoing adaptation to the flow of change both internally and externally, manifesting outwardly as a pliability of posture. The body’s movement from side to side parallels the uncertainty and inconclusiveness with which the topic is considered.