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Healing Matrix: Genius of Autism with Suzy Miller (June 2013)

Season 1, Episode 29
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Children with autism have been characterized as having a developmental disorder, but research pioneer Suzy Miller says otherwise. Energy alignment is key, says Miller, to understanding the complexities and sensitivities of the autistic condition. In fact, Miller puts forth that our future geniuses are hidden within these extraordinary children, as she explains in her interview with Regina Meredith, originally webcast on June 12, 2013.

Suzy Miller spent 22 years as a pediatric speech pathologist before founding the Awesomism Certification Process. Now she speaks nationally and internationally, educating parents and professionals regarding the spiritual gifts of autistic children well as how to use these gifts to support their challenges.

Regina Meredith
Suzy Miller


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derby93, posted on April 11, 2016

Last year, at the age of 49, I was diagnosed with what used to be called Aspergers. I always knew something was very different about me. I also had abuse issues as a child so my doctor who has been treating me for my PTSD, depression and anxiety, took me very seriously when I made the claim that after ten years of treatment, I still feel something else going on. She ruled out OCD & ADHD and came up with ASD. Similar to the above video children, I have pre-cognitive abilities, I know how to remote view and have a healing touch. Combining all three gifts, I have been successfully using my guides to help heal people at a distance.

Growing up I felt out of place and have learned to improve my eye contact, my social skills are and have always been anxiety ridden. I have been deemed unemployable and am also a disabled veteran due to combat training that included TBI & spinal cord injuries. Briefly, I am left with working well alone and have an affinity with most animals.

It took a long time but I have learned a tiny bit of how to interact and behave socially by copycatting people who have shown me disapproval. It shatters my world to have someone disapprove of me for whatever reason. So after a toxic interaction, I figured out that when I conform to learned social rules, when I take into account another person's negative reaction to my weirdness, I can trick myself into behaving "normally," and later based on positive interactions, learned to also trick others into thinking that I may actually be normal. But it is exhausting to perform this fakery and to keep track of all of my conformity lies.

Also, I eventually learned how to get good grades as a non-traditional college student but good grades took me six times as long to achieve as my younger classmates. My three hour homework efforts comparatively usually only took my classmates ~30 minutes. And I am only comparing myself to the other Dean's list classmates. It feels to me like I have a learning difficulty in the mix too.

I appreciate the information shared within this video. There are no nearby to me, any ASD meeting groups where I can share my experiences with others like me so I rely heavily on the web.

Thank you

lizn2wrx, posted on June 23, 2013

Fascinating. I am so glad to have seen this.

suejbull, posted on June 19, 2013

Absolutely fantastic talk. I have worked with autism/disabilities for years and have always been amazed at the different aspects of autism. "Thanks for the information and research, Suzy. What a great outlook for these children.

mrsideshow, posted on June 14, 2013

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