Autism: Autism Spectrum or Children with Special Needs, “Whom, Where Do I Belong To”?
“Do you understand me”? “Do you accept me the way i am”?
These children with special needs come to the physical realm (our earth) on a very tough contract. They prefer to be on their own and live life disconnected from material world on their terms and conditions. They don’t want to be disturbed by the external world because the purpose of their life is to experience the inner journey.
These children are born to very mature souls where parents especially mother-son karma is predominant. Mother-daughter cases are few. In all these cases, mother plays an important role and she is on equally tough contract. The role of a mother should be understood by the mother herself. It’s a spiritual internal journey of a mother and child. They both evolve in each other’s presence.
Working with these children always brings a special kind of joy. Mother and child start evolving together as their frequency gets synchronized with each other. It’s a perfect example of unconditional love. Such cases always give some mystical experiences which are beyond explanation and scientific validation.
Working with these children gives us an experience of deep soul level connect, warmth and unconditional love. They are so rich from inside. When they come to us, they are so restless in their actions and in their being. The moment we start working on their energies and start grounding the energies, the shift in energy is immediately visible.
We always work with mother rather than starting with children. It is always mother, who needs to get her healed in first place. The children are manifestation of mothers energy. The moment mother heals her own emotions the child starts showing sign of improvement. So far we have worked with many special needs children and we have witnessed encouraging outcome. It can be quite intriguing for mother why she?? Once mother gets the glimpse of improvement while working on herself, she is ready to go further in her inner journey with the child.
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