As stated earlier, it’s unreliable to determine the dominant function based on the ratios of the four energetic quadrants when two quadrants are tied or very close in their ratio of expressivity. But what may be more surprising to some is that certain shades of Explorer types demonstrate far higher rates of Je expressivity than Je types themselves. This is a direct result of momentum. An Explorer type may have so much momentum that the rate at which their body moves will escalate, causing their mannerisms and gesticulations to also speed up. They will therefore elicit far more Je signals per minute than a Je type would. Yet, each of these gesticulations will have less solidity and impact than those of a Je type; they will be loose and lack rigidity, both in body and thought. A Je type’s gesticulations will not be born out of the overflow of excited energy – they will be deliberate, emerging from intentionality rather than acceleration. It is more common to see Je types have medium levels of energy than to see them with high levels of it.
I thought this was an interesting point to bring to the forum from the book, as it may indeed be confusing for newer vultologists. As highlighted above, a Pe-lead may exhibit more Je signals due to the momentum of the Pe process causing more Je signals to show up, however the quality of the gesticulations will more often be casual in demeanor (P-4 Casual Hands) and contained within the fluidity and momentum of Pe (P-5 Subordinate Judgment).
^ I brought up this woman in a coupleother threads and think she's an okay example of this, as she's not strong in articulation. She is presenting to a camera though (which may elicit more Je naturally), so if you have any other examples I'm sure you can find better!
Last Edit: Dec 3, 2017 0:06:45 GMT -5 by commakaze