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Where we don't see people with autism as people with a disease or disorder, but as beings with a special constitution and qualities to do special things with.
And yes... they also have some specific obstacles to face in a society that seems unworldly to them. But which, with some insight and practice, can be lived in a different way, which will make it fun here. Because if you are here on earth, you obviously wanted to be here...
Originated from experience (as an autistic person, as the daughter of an autistic father and as a mother of autistic children)
with a positive touch and psychotherapeutic and nondual background
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our vision in writing
Divided into three fundamental pillars: FEELING (hyper-sensitivity), BEING (lack of I-reference) and THINKING (thinking in terms of natural-laws)
Every month there is an online live teaching with Vera, after which you can ask in-depth and personal questions.
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Expert blog by Vera Helleman, thought leader, writer, trainer and coach.
Diagnosed with autism, daughter of father with autism and mother of three autistic and highly gifted children.
Autism and a negative self-image
Question: My self-image has never been very good, and many things didn’t work out in my life (work/relationships). After a quest that took many years, I was diagnosed with autism. My experience is that, let’s say, half of the people that I tell about this, make a shift in their energy towards me. I don’t …
Selective mutism in autistic children
Selective mutism is an anxiety disorder, but it is also a symptom of autism. Both give a similar image, but for completely different reasons. Which means they also need different treatments. I have been selectively mute myself for a long time and I feel called to give some more information about this an experienced expert. …
ASD in a changing society
It might not be a coincidence that there is such an increase of autistic people in the world. Currently 1 in 80 persons is officially diagnosed with autism. On a large scale people don’t fit into the social frame (not just people with ASD). What does this mean? People used to think I was weird, nowadays …
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