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    Understanding Autism - How Children With Autism Use Their Psychic Abilities - A Clairvoyant's View

    Most autistic children I have observed were smart and knew what is going on. They usually had normal intelligence. Besides that, the children with autism whom I have clairvoyantly studied were able to "read" the minds of their parents, playmates, and teachers. They knew how their parents and teachers thought and felt about them.

    Baby psychology and parent psychology are interconnected. The subconscious dimension is the truer and most influential dimension of our humanness. There is no understanding autism and the true causes of autism without understanding this key fact.

    Their clairvoyance was not unusual. I have recorded hundreds of clairvoyant readings on babies in the womb, and recorded over 1200 readings that were investigations into the subconscious of individuals suffering a wide range of psychological and behavior disorders. It seems clear that all humans, from the start, are naturally clairvoyant. We use our clairvoyant abilities to communicate subconsciously with our parents in primitive psychic-energetic ways.

    I found it amazing that children with autism were able to do that because they were so intensely inwardly focused. Nevertheless, the way they accomplished the "clairvoyant observations" of the subconscious thoughts and feelings of their parents, teachers, and playmates was due to their "inner subconscious recognition abilities." They used their psychic perceptual abilities to ascertain what was going on in their situations and relationships. They did this without putting their conscious attention "outward`" in any meaningful or consistent way. The children made similar clairvoyant excursions while they were babies in the womb and became extremely proficient in "psychic observation and deduction."

    Autistic children accomplish remote psychic viewing by keeping their attention focused inward and focusing psychically outward on a parent, teacher, caretaker, or other person's subconscious psychological reality.

    Much of the time, the children with autism were able to discern an accurate assessment of a person or what was happening in his or her physical environment. Their perceptions were not accurate when they had many selfish desires or were indulging in selfish illusions in relation to what they were looking at. The same is true of all us humans of any age. We are all able to accurately perceive actual truth and reality whenever we are willing to look without restricting our perception with selfishly controlled ideas, desires, or illusions.

    Since autistic children usually will not genuinely communicate verbally or physically, they resort to "psychic communications" as a substitute. They become quite adept at it because it is their most basic form of communication and they use it constantly.

    The children with autism who were good at math were living very much in a part of the "abstract or psychic world" in which they "saw" numbers and math equations and did not have to "think" them through. They actually saw answers. They saw colors, which were the colors of real energies. They saw colors are energies and numbers in the same way. When they learned something, they remembered in pictures, and could go back to the pictures in the abstract-psychic realm in their minds.

    This abstract-psychic realm was not a "pretend world."

    In their pretend world, which is the "mental realm," the children would "think" and "imagine" things from controlled ideas and illusions. When in an abstract or psychic mode, some were very good at math and playing computer games, but did not relate or play well with other children. Autism is an isolated experience.

    On a deep subconscious level, the parents I studied did not want their children and did not want them from the start. All of the autistic children I have clairvoyantly observed were extremely psychically aware and had been from the time they were inside the womb. Most importantly, to reiterate, they are psychically aware of the subconscious intentions, thoughts, feelings, and actions of their parents and others close by. The children with autism were all in severe selfish reaction to what they were seeing and feeling from both their mothers and fathers.

    The children with autism were often confused and frustrated by the dichotomy between their parents' conscious and subconscious attitudes and behaviors. "On top" an autistic child's parent may have been appearing to be caring for image sake, but underneath, subconsciously, it was a very different story. Autistic children relate to the "underneath." They may not know exactly why they are the way they are, or why they do the things they do, but, consciously, they did know they were in much reaction to their parents.

    If their parents were willing to use their own psychic abilities and "read" their children (and themselves), there might be a good chance for healing. Of course, there would also have to be a sincere change of heart.

    Unfortunately, most parents of autistic children do not want to see that what they are doing and how they are being that is unloving and wrong. They also will probably not want to see their destructive intentions in relation to their autistic children.

    "Some Warriors look fierce but are mild. Some seem timid but are vicious. Look beyond appearances - position yourself for the advantage. - Deng Ming-Dao


  • #2
    Maybe it isn't nice to say, but I'm glad that there are Autistic kids in the world today. They force us and their parents to deal with them in a nonphysical way that pushes us to learn how to communicate with emotions instead of verbally. To me it takes more spiritual strenght to choose a path of limitation then one that is easy.
    " All the problems of the world can be solved with a garden." Geoff Lawton


    • #3
      Good job at analzying this. I hope you publish something about it.
      "No work without an aggressive character can become a masterpiece."



      • #4
        A story that correlates with your op....I know someone with very severe autism, have known him since he was in diapers, he's about 13 now...he would communicate with my daughter and me, cling to us as kindred...we both are day while visiting, he was about 3 then, I prayed about my feeling that autistics were a key of some sort, if they were accurate to have a sign. He looked at me and said "Bible, Bible, Bible" ...cold chills
        ~a whisper~