Fornication, particularly the abuse of emotional energy. This disease affects socio-cognitive skills, which is a feature of the emotional brain. However, the disease has connections to the cerebrospinal nervous system and the mind, therefore, like schizophrenia, delusion disorder, and epilepsy, autism is a lack of connection with one's Glorian; since the more we know our Self, the more we can understand others. However, numerous autistic patients do not comprehend social interaction and struggle to relate to others in a socially meaningful way, therefore lacking a deep connection with their Innermost God within.
Joyful in hope, suffering in tribulation, be thou constant in thy prayer.
Benedictis, qui venit in nomine Domini. Osanna in excelsis.
"Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Hosanna in the highest!"
Wow - thank you Benedictus for your response. This really is like a breath of fresh air and feels so much better than the theories of modern "science"!
I know you may not have much experience with this, but is there any specific advice, teaching or exercise you might recommend for someone suffering in this way? As I'm digesting your response I can immediately see that relaxation, self-observation and remembering God will be very important as well as being very vigilant about how emotional energy is used...
Okay and why are some autistic people very intelligent? Why is there highly-functional autism and then the degenerate type, why is there a link between showing signs go genius and high functioning autism? I have a feeling I belong to this spectrum.
S M HON seems like the main thing in helping to heal this.
There are levels of degeneration and regeneration, which is contingent upon our choices.
Karma is complicated. To understand your situation, you need to meditate on the causes of your psychology. Labels, terms, designations, or terms are superficial and transient foam upon the ocean of causality. To comprehend why one is high-functioning or not requires going into the depths of oneself.
For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami
I have been having issues with a close friend who is autistic and I needed to see this, it is helping me with being more understanding. How does one exactly abuse the emotional center to such a degree? Or even in general?