Autism and the Law of Attraction

I work with quite a few parents of children diagnosed with Autism or Asperger’s Syndrome. Just wanted to share this video from Abraham-Hicks, which shares many of the things that come forth in Medical Intuitive Sessions with me. These are special kids! Even if you’ve not experienced someone with either of these conditions, this is a valuable talk that shares tips on how to convey things like the Law of Attraction to “superiors” or others who “just don’t get it.” Namaste.

8 responses to this post.

  1. I chuckle at cosmic synchronicities that speak to me. As I find your blog through Bern and Walking in Stillness, I was about to share the link of the very video you invite your visitors to watch. How cool is this? I also invite you to watch this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hSw74casLW0
    Esther and Jerry Hicks invite us to tap into our own timeless wisdom. It all feels so delightful, one cannot help but levitate right off the chair…

    Another synchronicity (they are endless) is that I am participating in the upcoming Abraham cruise Jan 3-15, 2011 through parts of NZ & Australia. Anyone interested can read more about this through the link on my blog.

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  2. Posted by laurabruno on December 30, 2010 at 12:28 am

    Even more synchronous, I was writing this post from my Aussi and Kiwi friends’ apartment!

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  3. Oh my goodness, the stories I could tell you about the magic that is in my Autistic son. Would blow your mind. Thanks for sharing!

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  4. […] what society calls “normal.” We can learn from them. I’ve written on this before here. RMN also posted a series of videos featuring Jacob Barnett, an autistic teenager genius who […]

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  5. […] than what society calls “normal.” We can learn from them. I’ve written on this before here. RMN also posted a series of videos featuring Jacob Barnett, an autistic teenager genius who […]

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  6. Posted by Ian Gemmell on February 2, 2014 at 12:02 am

    I have Asperger’s Syndrome and have to say that it is very confusing to live in such a crazy world that this can be.

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