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How to Communicate with Autistic People

In this post a reader named EG asks The Council for advice on how to communicate with people who have Autism, after reading one of our previous posts on Autism.

The Council says to show these people love, compassion, and joy. Speak to them through your mind. In the beginning, if they allow you to touch them, it’s very helpful to reach out and touch their arm or their shoulder while communicating with them. When they’re feeling safe with you they’ll let you touch them.

When speaking with Autistic people it’s helpful for you to form pictures in your mind of what you are trying to communicate.

Meditation will raise your vibration and give you the support you’re looking for when communicating with Autistic people.

Autistic people are very wise and quick to pick up on your feelings. Surround yourself with the happiest, most loving vibration you can while you’re around people who have Autism.

EG closes by saying they guess they aren’t evolved enough to communicate with Autistic people, but they’d still like to try. And The Council laughs and replies that EG is more evolved than they believe.

Listen to our entire 3-minute conversation with The Council (below) to hear all their guidance for EG and the rest of us, and let us know how you feel.

November 12, 2017 - Posted by | Audio Content, Channeling, Feelings, Questions & Answers, Spirit | , , , , , ,


  1. Hi, Susan. Glad you liked The Council’s advice. Sounds like your son is a pretty good mirror for you. Good luck keeping your vibration up. Love and light, Bob & Cynthia

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    Comment by Cynthia & Bob | November 13, 2017

  2. What wonderful advise. Great reminder to me to hold the highest vibration of love possible when working with my very sensitive (empathic) son. I am his teacher these days, and when we work together, he flips into anxiety and shut down very easily. And I’ve noticed that when he perceives any bit of confusion or uncertainty in me while we’re working together, he immediately reflects and amplifies those feelings, and his anxiety becomes triggered.


    Comment by mariner2mother | November 13, 2017

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