» Posted by on Apr 2, 2012 in The AWEtizm Experience | 2 comments

The CDC recently announced that one in 88 children is identified with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). While autism is on the rise and people are desperately searching for the reason, one group of autistics is offering new hope for autism and all of humanity in 2012.

Why is autism increasing?

Lyrica Mia Marquez and Gayle B. Lee, the authors of AWEtizm: The Hidden Key to Our Spiritual Magnificence

As Gayle B. Lee and Lyrica Mia Marquez have revealed in their new book, AWEtizm: A Hidden Key to Our Spiritual Magnificence, could autism be here to help us evolve as a human race?

For those unfamiliar with the book, AWEtizm, Gayle learns her daughter, Lyrica, is severely autistic. While the medical community gave up on her as a baby, Gayle didn’t. Lyrica at eight years, while sitting with Gayle at a keyboard grasped one of Gayle’s fingers and starting hitting the keys with the digit. Her first message to Gayle was “I am intelligent.” It was Lyrica who subsequently taught Gayle facilitated communication even before it was introduced in the United States. This supported typing process opened a door into the autistic world.

Fast forward 28 years and we now find that Lyrica is known in some circles as an autistic mystic, a spiritual savant and even a real-life example of the Fox Television Touch autistic. As the Touch autistic character, Lyrica is here with a higher purpose and to make things right in the universe. Those familiar with Lyrica’s writings have referred to them as sacred texts as they reflect wisdom beyond our world.

I recently asked Lyrica, “Why is autism on the rise?”

Lyrica shared, “When I see myself as limited based on society’s judgments, I am totally shut down to my purpose for being here. When I see myself as the spiritual teacher and activator that I am, my gifts open up and I am able to experience and express my truth and my purpose. We Autistics are a new element coming in to win over the heart of humanity to love and serve. We need the help of others to do this. Simply by daring to see a brighter side of autism opens up the pathway for this process to unfold.”

AWEtizm is the first book written by writers covering the entire spectrum of autism, as co-author, Gayle, recently learned she has Asperger’s syndrome, a high functioning form of autism. The wisdom of three other nonverbal autistic authors, Kellen, Leslie and Sara, augment and confirm how autistics are here with a mighty important purpose. Among the gifts of autism revealed in their book is telepathy, which is how Kellen, Leslie, Sara and Lyrica communicate with each other, and other people.

Gayle shares, “Autistics are populating the planet to bring in a new element of Divinity that when expressed more fully will support all of us to embody more of our own divinity or spiritual nature.” Their messages reveal Oneness or Unity Consciousness and Divinity in all.

With the arrival of 2012 came stories of the Mayan calendar, Nostradamus prophesies and doomsday 2012 theories. Contrary to widely held concerns, 2012 is about new beginnings, the expansion of consciousness and spiritual evolution. That doesn’t mean we won’t see systems crumbling, like banking, healthcare or even some earth changes, but it’s not the end of the world. Rather, this is an exciting time to be living as we will witness the birth of the Christ Consciousness in humanity.

I don’t believe there is any coincidence that autism is increasing as we approach December 21, 2012, the end of the Mayan calendar. Autism is playing a huge role in the rebirth of the human race. How can you help in this paradigm shift? Next time you are around an autistic, rather than seeing them as being different, or having a disability, perhaps you could honor their higher calling by loving them for their role in humanity’s transformation.

Catch Gayle B. Lee talking about Lyrica and AWEtizm on Lifetime Television’s The Balancing Act on April 10, 2012, 7:00 – 8:00 AM Eastern and Pacific Time. Check your local listing for the time in your area.

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    My daughter Libby Blood made this short film about Autism for her little brother Luke. What do you guys think?

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      Todd the video asks for a password that I don’t have.

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