Beginning this January I started to feel more capable and convicted about my purpose on this planet. I have been opening up more and more, little by little. I love that I have this opportunity to be here now and bring awareness of the time we are living in.
I have made a very conscious choice to share every blog and word within them. Writing each has addressed and issue or conversation I felt needed some perspective from someone like me.
I have tried to talk about the things that parents and professionals caring for someone like me would want some insight into. I have shared about my journey with a growing communication method and other ‘therapies’ that help me build control over my impulsive body, addressed questions parents have about certain ‘behaviours’, described my sensory experience, and created other autism related posts. Addtionally, I have woven in some of how I experience life beyond what some may relate to as conventional.
I have been hesitant to share about being fully me. I, and the World, have not been ready. While I could wait because the time isn’t “right”, that is more about protecting myself than creating the change that is needed in this World. Caring good humans will listen or not, my job is to share what can shift consciousness from fear to peace, hate to love, getting by to joy.
I am choosing to evolve my blog and have more of a focus on the conversation that can make more of a difference for the wider human audience. Joy and good human connections let guys and girls like me be who we truly are. I hope widening the reach of the messages I am meant to deliver will create the environment needed for more of my peers to access and share the soul messages they are meant to bring forth.
It will take something to reach critical mass and shift the paradigm we are living in. I can no longer speak to get caring loving parents moving on this journey. I get change needs an authentic willing voice to lead, and this larger conversation will create the momentum to move those parents forward.
All that being said, I know how to listen to my audience and hear what will make a difference in their listening. I can still present on good autistic topics, answer parent question, and share experience that I think are relevant and relatable. Don’t worry… I’m not going anywhere! I’m just evolving and I’m the same pleasant, goofy, sarcastic and wise teenage non-speaking autistic you’ve been following, just with some upgraded focus on my mission.
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