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The causes of autism are unknown in traditional medicine, it is only known that the number of autistic people is constantly increasing. Why? Perhaps because we become less mentally stable? Or has medicine learned to recognize autism where it was previously impossible? Or is this diagnosis made where it really is not?

Modern science calls autism one of the most mysterious brain disorders. According to statistics in the modern world, 5-10 children out of 10,000 suffer from autism. This disease becomes a scourge for parents who are doomed to devote their whole life to caring for such a child in an attempt to somehow adapt it to life in society.

The causes of autism are unknown in traditional medicine, it is only known that the number of autistic people is constantly increasing. Why? Perhaps because we become less mentally stable? Or has medicine learned to recognize autism where it was previously impossible? Or is this diagnosis made where it really is not?

If your child starts to speak too late, weakly expresses his emotions, does not show any desire to communicate with the outside world, is constantly immersed in himself, then there is a high probability that doctors will diagnose him with autism.

immersion in yourself
immersion in yourself

At the training "System-vector psychology" by Yuri Burlan, the causes of this terrible disease are explained.

Ear under stress

An autistic child is a traumatized sound person. The abilities inherent in him from birth do not develop. And most often this happens due to the wrong actions of the parents.

Screaming, tantrums, quarrels - any excessive impact, perceived by ear, hurts his psyche in a special way. The erogenous zone of the sonicator is the ears, so he is especially sensitive to sounds. Loud and unpleasant sounds cripple his psyche no less than, for example, whipping with a belt - a person with a skin vector.

“How many more times can I say ?! Are you deaf or what? Here are the brakes on my head! Say just a word, why are you silent all the time ?! Are you stupid? Lord, what is the punishment for me? What am I to do with him!"

Our body is designed in such a way that, not finding a way to avoid the action of the stimulus, it rearranges itself in such a way as to at least mitigate its influence. As a result of a long-term traumatic effect on the auditory canal, the sound child - already an absolute introvert - gradually loses connection with the outside world, becomes even more detached and withdrawn.

This happens not only on the mental, but also on the physical level - the neural connections responsible for the perception of information and learning are destroyed. As a result, the child becomes insensitive to the stimuli of the outside world, reacts in a completely different way to things that are usual for us. The brain is being rebuilt so that now it is simply unable to adequately interact with reality.

The first result of such an impact is a decrease in the ability to learn. General learning disabilities have been reported in virtually all forms of autism. In especially severe forms, there is an IQ level below 50, but there are enough autists and with normal intelligence (including above average). These are milder autistic disorders, but they are also often associated with learning disabilities. This clearly demonstrates the initial hit on the sound engineer's learning ability.


Moreover, this can begin even before the birth of the child. Autism is influenced by certain factors. And what is called congenital autism means that these factors began to act on the child in the womb. For example, the mother during pregnancy was actively entertained at noisy parties.

Autistic people are different

Chandima Rajapatirana, an autistic writer, describes her reaction to another person's words: “I sit helplessly while my mother calls me. I know everything I have to do, but often I can't get up until she tells me, "Get up!" Yes, it is very difficult for autists to communicate with other people, even the closest ones.

There is a perception that autism is not a disease, but rather a special alternative condition. And in a normal state, any sound specialist is an extreme introvert, has a tendency to constant reflection, focusing on himself. In many descriptions of the characteristics of autists, it is easy to identify the typical features inherent in the sound vector as such.

The type of intelligence in the sound vector is abstract, and such people are most successful in sciences that require the corresponding qualities of thinking. In the conventional sense, many geniuses manifest themselves in this way - they are eccentric, but they make great discoveries.

Any sound person can seem strange, sometimes even so strange that they can be called a little crazy. But! It is not worthwhile to carry out an inverse relationship, believing that if true geniuses always have certain "oddities", then according to the equality of properties, every autistic is a genius in his own way.

Many children with autism have a so-called special interest - an activity in which he excels. It may be an interest in the arrangement of atoms and molecules, an interest in mathematics. We think of the intellectual activity of the autistic as something unbalanced. For example, he cannot tie his shoes, but multiplies 4-digit numbers with ease.

In this case, it would be a mistake to attribute genius to such a person on the grounds that his mental abilities are so great that they seem to outweigh them due to the simplest functions.

There is an important nuance here. In a normal state, a sound person always has an internal unconscious peculiarity: he is the only one who is able to feel his inner self as something enclosed in a physical body, but in essence separate from it. For an autistic person, this feeling is transformed: often he experiences a complete inability to identify himself with his body.

A person with autism is not capable of full-fledged social communication and often cannot, like ordinary people, adequately relate himself to others.

adequate relationship with the environment
adequate relationship with the environment

Disorders become noticeable already in early childhood. Kids with autism are less responsive to different stimuli, less likely to smile and look at other people, and less likely to respond to their own name. During the training period, deviations become especially visible.

An autistic person is often unable to understand the social environment, social signs, respond to the expression of emotions by other people or imitate their behavior. He cannot participate in non-verbal communication, take turns with someone. Children with autism can find it difficult to play games that require imagination and find it difficult to move from single words to coherent language.

Already in infancy, autistic people have unusual gestures, inconsistency in the exchange of sounds with an adult or other children. There are fewer consonant sounds in the speech of autistic children, their vocabulary is lower. There is an inability to combine words, gesticulate during speech. Such children also tend to echo the repetition of other people's words. All this indicates that these children are sound.

There are also cases when the language proficiency of highly functional autistic children is not worse than that of their peers, and sometimes even better. This is not surprising - with the abilities of a sound vector. They are great at tasks that do not involve the use of figurative language. In this case, others tend to overestimate the capabilities of the autistic person. They are deceived by the first impression of his speech ability.

Being unable to correctly interpret what is happening around him, the autistic child often behaves aggressively. He can destroy everything around him, and fits of anger happen. Two out of three children with autism spectrum disorder have severe bouts of anger, and one in three are aggressive. Such tantrums are more common in children who have language learning problems.

Autistic. Inside view

Imagine the brain as a microprocessor in a computer. While the PC is running, most of the processor's power is dissipated into the work of many, but not very resource-intensive programs. We are also busy with many things: we need to pick up the children from school, go to the store, and also report to work tomorrow, and cook dinner … We often think about many things at once and about nothing.

Autistic people find it difficult to simultaneously respond to multiple stimuli. This is how their brain works. This must be taken into account when raising a child who has begun to withdraw into himself. He cannot, say, listen to someone and speak at the same time. Or focus when several people are talking to him at the same time. This is annoying, since the autistic person simply cannot physically perceive all this flow of information.

An autistic child is so concentrated within himself that he does not see other people, does not notice what is happening around him. Such situations, when a child pays attention not to a long loving gaze of the mother, but, for example, to the movement of her lips, or when he is irritated when he hears emotions in the voice of others, they say one thing: this child does not see the emotions and sensations of other people, completely closed in my self.

closed in my self
closed in my self

Not everything is so hopeless. Better warn

Autism in most cases is non-congenital: there are cases when a child developed normally until the age of two, and then gradually degraded in development until the age of 5, for some unknown reason losing the ability to learn. We have already spoken about the loss of this ability. It arises as a result of a negative impact on the sound vector.

There is only one conclusion: young autistic people can and should be returned to normal life and adapted in society. It is only better to prevent this condition, dear parents! After all, the methods of educating a sound person and an olfactory person, for example, are very different. Unknowingly, we ourselves drive our children into the abyss.

In no case should you insult and shout at the little sound engineer! Do not mistake him for mentally retarded if he just does not immediately answer your question. We must learn to give him silence and space so that he can be alone with his thoughts. And at the same time, be able to gently, unobtrusively maintain contact between the child and the outside world.

The training "System-vector psychology" by Yuri Burlan will help you cope with these difficult tasks and deeply understand your sound child.

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