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A Cure For Autism May Be Closer Then You Think Part 1
The number of children diagnosed with some form of autism grows every year and parents and family members are wondering why. www.julierenee.com
By: Miraculous Livng
I am currently working with a number of autistic children and have been able to identify important common factors in the challenge of autism, and have been able to have mothers report in that their children are radically and dramatically changing for the better.
Katy has experienced Asperger’s and is now 17. In so many ways she is a normal teenager. She is adorable, loves fashion and facebook and focuses on outer accomplishment and appearance to accomplish being her best.
Katy like many autistic youngsters is super intelligent. She excitedly told me “I got a 28 without studying on my SAT’s Julie Renee, what do you think should I take the test again only this time prepare? I bet I could get a really high score!” She is honor role all the way. Her extra curricular activities include being a voracious member of the debate team and editor of the high school yearbook. Still, with all this going for her she lacks social skill and real friends.
Looking specifically at Katy the origins of disconnect may be partially attributed to her speech center in her mental processor. While she understands language and how to use language skillfully she does not receive communication in it’s multi faceted levels. She comprehends the literal words.
She does not have the broad and narrow band telepathy available to use for comprehension, which adds deeper meaning and comprehension to communication. Broad band telepathy is the broadcast of pictures and images along with speech from a person communicating to a group. It appears this mechanisms missing. To compete in debate and win “which she does’ she needs to be extremely skilled at the value and measure of the words she uses to compel listeners to her view point.
Katy like most high functioning autistic youth have some common spiritual markers that serve as a common thread to identify the group of spirits experimenting with this unique set of circumstances. Keep in mind that each person creates unique challenges to learn and grow in each lifetime, and although it may look from the outside as a misfortunate accident, this child chooses this challenge.
Katy animates with human spirit her two legs, left arm, torso, brain one (the instinctual brain) and brain five, the frontal lobe
Curing Autism Soon a Reality Part 2 for more or go to www.julierenee.com for more info
Page Updated Last on: Aug 14, 2012