Saturday, October 22, 2011
Why Are Autistic Children Non-Verbal Until Later in Life?
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Then a lot of times children who have been nonverbal may all of a sudden find their voice, or they may find the ability to communicate through some kind of augmentative communication device but all of a sudden their own thoughts are flowing. Riley, the first boy who communicated with me telepathically, once said, “Do you find it interesting that most of us don’t talk until we’re after the age of five, seven, sometimes not until nine?”
And I said, “Yes.”
He said, “We operate on a collective consciousness level. We have chosen it as part of our gift to humanity. We are breaking the pattern.” He was referring to the pattern Dr. Caron Goode talked about in her presentation in which the first seven to eight years of life where the child is being imprinted through the left hemisphere of the brain.
Until about seven or eight autistic children are not interested in the labels we give to things or how things should go together. They are functioning primarily in the right brain and are not privy to that type of imprinting. We have a population of parents who have been told all kinds of just horrific things about autism. They are told it occurs because of their genes or because of their parenting styles. What I understand is that autism is very much based on individuals who are attempting to embody from a realm of very high frequency. They are showing up in the area of spirit and working their way into their physical bodies and their requirement for working their way into the physical bodies is that the body and the mind be in alignment with who they are. When that’s in place these individuals have a tendency to drop into their physical bodies with greater ease. That’s not always the case, but nine times out of ten it does take place.
YOUR TURN: Have you seen autistic children find their voice? What did you observe?
Join us tomorrow on this blog for another segment of Suzy Miller’s discussion on how to communicate with autistic children.
Suzy Miller is the author of AWESOMISM!: A New Way to Understand the Diagnosis of Autism. This post is based on a presentation given during “Empaths Shifting into 2012: A Telesummit to Help Energy-Sensitive People Understand Their Spiritual Role on Earth.” You may obtain the full transcription and MP3 audio of Suzy’s and Dr. Caron Goode’s presentations at http://weare1inspirit.com/spiritual-audios.htm#CaronSuzyDr. Goode is the author of ten books, including her latest: Kids who See Ghosts~ Guide Them through Their Fear. She graduated with a doctoral degree from George Washington University in 1983 and is a licensed psychotherapist.