The body becomes rigid, inward turned and the eyes disengage from the environment. The eyes will loose all interest in their surroundings, and will fall downward, often coming to a complete close. As a less pronounced version of this signal, the eyes may also disengage in a series of successions, causing excessive blinking to occur.
This signal reveals a psychology that is deeply removed from the external environment, and has retreated into the realm of private introspection. Such a person will hold particular ideas in mind which are self-created, self-held and independent of the outer world’s alignment or misalignment to those thoughts. A person who continually displays this signal will have a keen selectivity – whether conceptually, semantically or ethically – and will strive to have self-created ideas and arrive at all of their conclusions from axiomatic principles.