autistic individual’s perceptions are focused on their inner thoughts, daydreams, fantasies and private logic. Autistic people are not emotionally attached to other humans like most of us are. They are great examples of following the law of ALLOWING. They have no desire to FIX you, enable you, judge or blame you and no interest in all the “social customs” humans have created to control people’s behavior.
The autistic individual has difficulty communicating verbally, interacting socially and picking up social cues. They focus on one stimulus at a time, as multiple stimuli are too difficult or distracting for them to process comfortably. Listening and making eye contact at the same time is a challenge and can be almost overwhelming. Generally humans function in a lot of chaos.
Language is a clumsy form of communication and limiting, the autistic uses telepathy or pictures to convey concepts, just as animals do. They also telepathically pick up other people’s thoughts like dishonesty, secrets and fears. The autistic and our pets see and communicate with other dimensions we generally deny exist. They have a wider range of vision than most of us have and are able to see gray shapes from the 4th dimension, which they find distracting or upsetting. The gray shapes from the lower fourth are not friendly.
The RESTRICTED and REPETITIVE behaviors the autistic have is to comfort them and keep them balanced, while they exist in the chaos that is the third dimension and physicality.
Asperser’s disorder is a higher functioning form of autism characterized by strong math skills and extreme personal withdrawal. Dr. Temple Grandin has Asperser’s. She created and developed the squeeze chute to calm down agitated cattle. Squeeze chute is a large metal apparatus that acts like a large clamp calming the cattle. Frequently human touch is painful to the autistic. Partially from immature nerve endings and partially they do not understand or TRUST others. From childhood on Grandin had increasing rages, anxiety and total panic attacks so she decided to build a squeeze chute for herself. She used applied controlled pressure to her body that she could control and discovered it did relieve anxiety in her. A squeeze chute is used in some schools for the autistic child to relieve their anxiety.