I just found something interesting, related to Ne's eye toggling signal. I've been looking up about albinism, and in one particular video there is a guy with albinism that say he has shaky eyes, related to vertigo. I did a little bit research, and found out about Nystagmus. It's remarkably similar to Ne's signal, here's description from wikipedia.
"Nystagmus is a condition of involuntary (or voluntary, in rare cases) eye movement, acquired in infancy or later in life, that may result in reduced or limited vision. Due to the involuntary movement of the eye, it is often called "dancing eyes"."
If you go to the link, you will see a GIF, that I think basically telling a Ne's toggling eyes. Albinism is also one of the causes of this consition along with others. Why do I mention albinism? Well, this condition is related with melanin production, which affects not only skin and hair color, but also the eyes and vision.
You can also check the video I mentioned earlier here:
I'm posting from mobile, sorry can't put the video directly. What do you think his type is?
I've read before in this forum, about how ethnicities/races may affects the prevalence of certain types and functions. Which is why all of these informations reminded me of cognitive type, because melanin is related to ethnicities/races. It's not necessarily about albinism, but more about melanin in races (if I'm not wrong, both cases involve the same genes OCA, with mutated OCA2 linking the most resemblance between albinism and Europeans genetics.)
I'm not trying to be racist, but sorry if I come off that way, I'm just sharing what I thought might pick up your interest. Any opinions?
I hadn't heard of nystagmus before. It's interesting but I don't think it's related to Ne. The fact that they cause vertigo and are involuntary suggests they're a sort of nervous "twitch" rather than a result of brain function. Similar motor output, but unrelated root causes.
It appears to me that Pe's toggling is always directed, in some sense, by a kind of semi-voluntary mental disengagement. One foregoes the immediate/tactile to chase the mental object. I can notice the moment as it happens in myself, where its like suddenly a (metaphorical) shiny object appears somewhere in my psychic peripheral vision. An idea. A potentiality. And my eyes are attracted to it. Concepts are chased.
It's never a case where i'm trying to look at something before me, and my eyes are disrupting my capacity to focus on that by diverting themselves against my will. It's always my mind that gets diverted first, then my eyes simply mirror that activity.