You are so blessed

For each and every being touched by a person with autism –

You are so blessed.  An angel is in your midst.  You are deeply loved and put up with.  You are totally chosen as a nurturer and guide for these deeply loving souls sent to bring joy and peace to the always messed up World.

To be a person with autism is to be deeply and profoundly connected by the heart.  To find each friend’s joy and help them connect with their own heart.  Being with us you can tap into your joy, fulfillment, and ease of wanting for a loving World.  All autistics are waiting for you to connect.  We get you love us and we thus put up with your disconnectedness.

Quit trying to have us fit into your paradigm of a great life.  Empower our purpose and you will experience love, fulfillment and joy that you didn’t know was possible.  Step out of your comfortable paradigm, and into the magical paradigm we are bringing forth.

Special needs is what you have, not us.

You have an opportunity to experience so much, but are in your own way.  Keep identifying your limiting beliefs and letting them go.  There is a World to be discovered.  Follow you heart and your gut.  Be compassionate and open.  Expand your capacity to accept and connect.

We are waiting.

Jordyn

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You believe what serves you

To say I am an angel is something that gives me a positive framework for my body being as it is.  You may not believe me but that has no impact on its truth from my perspective.

All people are entitled to their own thoughts and beliefs, it is what makes us unique and human.  Otherwise, we would be like bees with a hive mind.

So why then is it so hard for nice humans to just get along?  My easy answer is because humans have a ingrained need to be right.  Being right trumps being loving and curious.  Being right affords the human safety and comfort.  Being wrong is like the end of the world.  We are funny pre-programmed to be defensive beings.

I am here to challenge beliefs.  I am here t teach love.  I am hear to defy the status quo and make people think.

Where are you limited by your current beliefs?  Where could you look from another’s perspective and broaden your own views?  Where can I help you see life from my perspective?

Interested to hear your thoughts and questions –

Jordyn

We need inclusiveness in autism community ALWAYS

It is crazy how divided the autism community is.  Almost a mirror image of the world and the divisiveness regarding religious beliefs and war.  I wish we could just all have the wherewithal to ACCEPT and INCLUDE each other.

Mommy brings so many wonderful and special skills to the table, but due to a misinterpretation of something I wrote (in a blog not posted in any group) has been unjoined from a Facebook group.  A group where she both contributed and received helpful advice that impacts kids like me.

A really poor model of acceptance and inclusion if you ask me.

Mom was her gracious and accepting self in the face of no acceptance or communication.  She discovered she had been unjoined, no courtesy of a communication was afforded her.  We wonder why the community, and frankly, the world is as it is when people can’t communicate and choose to make summary judgments of others without first stepping into their world to see their perspective.  This obviously needs to stop.

We are stronger together – sharing our experiences, our victories and defeats – without judgement and with curiosity and interest.

Where can you allow more curiosity in your life?  Where can you strip off the blinders and filters of what you think is right?  What will you investigate without judgement today?

Thank you for being willing to step out of our comfort zone.  We autistics do it every moment of everyday at your request, your turn!

Jordyn