A manifestation of absolute hereness, oneness, and collectiveness, as being fully present in the now. A genuine heh is only expressed when a mind is completely clear. Thus, the heh is first and foremost an inner state. For more experienced practitioners, the heh is accompanied by a fleeting euphoric sensation.
The most common physical articulation of the heh involves slight movement of the head, either foreword or backward, accompanied by a facial expression particular to the heh. During the heh, the jaw drops slightly, causing the lower lip to cover the bottom row of teeth, while the top row remains revealed in most specimens. Although this could appear to create a comedic smile or silly face to an untrained eye, those who practice the heh insist that these misconceptions belie its true meaning.
Although material symptoms of this phenomenon can be confined to the face, head and neck, quite often the heh also involves movement of the arms. In such cases, slightly clenched fists vacillate within inches of the face, and, on occasion, an index finger is extended in the air.