YOFA Sessions: Getting Results with Autism



Words & Hugs: Getting Results with Autism


As human beings, we have a tendency to compare.  We see things that are different and we want to make a value judgment.  We tend to want to say that when things are different, one is good and the other is bad.  Or, one is right and the other is wrong.  Or one is normal and the other needs to be fixed.

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That is the backdrop of our collective mentality.

Now, enter a growing population of human beings who seem to be decidedly different from most of the rest of us and these people are getting the label of autism.

What happens?

That old programming kicks in.  We see the difference, we compare, and we judge.

We want to say we are normal, we are the way a human being is supposed to be and they are abnormal, less than, and need to be fixed.

The YOFA Unconditional Love Project is a call for a new paradigm.

As we encounter these unusual individuals, let's cultivate unconditional love.  Let us see not only where our strengths can help them, but where their strengths can help us.

I don't necessarily think we can stop our deeply rooted tendency to compare and judge.  In fact, even in this conversation you can find the implication that comparing-and-judging is bad and not doing it is good.  That is a comparison and judgment right there.

So we have to come to terms with our own nature that wants to compare and judge.

But what we can do is, once we have automatically compared and judged, we can focus on what is wanted.  Every time we find ourselves making a comparison and a judgment, we can focus purely on what we prefer.

And so, what does this have to do with YOFA® Sessions and autism?

I have been offering remote Inner Alignment Sessions for children and adults with autism.

  • The basis of these sessions is unconditional love.
  • The method is based in the YOFA® system.
  • The results are now ready.

Please download the research report "Words & Hugs: Getting Results with Autism" and forward it to anyone who would thank you for it.

With Love and Appreciation,


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