A place to be, in our sensory memories

For they track our paths for the ultimate landmarks

To guide and surf our associated status.

Autistic Sense is a wonderful tool inherent in the autistic processing system. It is the guiding light, the Autistic Sense ‘speaks to us’ – ‘enables us’ – is our GPS system: …to guide and surf our associated status.

The sensory system is a marvelous tool for any human being: it feeds our memory bank, provides experiential data to refer to and connects us with delightful feelings when being naturally supported in our developmental years. This is evident and is revealed in the talent and abilities demonstrated by the autistic community, individually and as a whole. One only  need travel through the internet with key words such as ‘autistic or autism’ and connecting either word with art, literature, music, dance, song, sports, performance, animation, graphics, books, technology, business, entrepreneurship, achievement, mentor-ship, martial arts, talent shows and so on…

So, what once may have been perceived as a deficit is in actual fact, an asset – think about it, NO, do not think it, ‘feel it‘ – after all, Autistic Sense is exactly that, physiological feelings brought to cognition. It’s that simple and something all human beings can have a conscious connection with!

Leonora Gregory-Collura ~ Co-founder of the ANCA® Trademarked organizations and president of the International Naturally Autistic® People Awards and the, ANCA® World Autism Festival™, publisher for Naturally Autistic® magazine

3 thoughts on “Autistic Sense”

  1. Patricia Faulkes Revill via ANCA Naturally Autistic on FB social media:
    Thanks again Leo for your great insight: physiological ‘feel it’ to cognition with Autism. TY for helping me in this journey.

  2. Another social media comment about this blog post:
    Theo Howe Short, but sweet! Would really like to see this topic fleshed out, as it’s a pretty important one! Thanks for the share!

  3. From social media comments on this blog post:
    Carol Chisholm The world needs to allow you to ‘be who you want to be’, and what you were, ‘made to be’. Autism is not a word to be feared but a child to be loved. Simple. Natural xx
    Marbille Duaqui i really like your blog

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