Autism-Individual and Group Mind Reading, Telepathy, FC, ESP, and Altered States of Consciousness

Telepathy, shared consciousness, higher thought forms – these and other instantaneous, in-depth, comprehensive forms of communication are all part of my reality. My teachers are nonverbal children and adults with autism. My challenge is to understand and explain the communication process that takes place between us. My dream and passion is come together with people who are willing to open themselves to these amazing individuals – to learn from them and share with them. And my hope, together with all who want to join me, is to solve the issues raised by a way of communicating that is not yet readily understood.

I started using this process years ago when I was a classroom teacher for kids with autism. Almost immediately, the students awed me with their natural ability to shift their energies and communicate at a soul level. Over the years, I came to realize that most of my students with limited verbal ability shared this gift to varying degrees. Many of them also demonstrated with extreme accuracy, either by picking the correct word card or typing out a response, that they were capable of receiving my words telepathically. Right now, when I’m on the receiving end, accepting that I’m accurately transcribing their telepathic messages is still a work in progress.

The process I use is similar to channeling or receiving information from higher realms of consciousness. Much, though not all, of the material I receive is mystical in nature and speaks of universal truths such as love, unity, and interdimensional cooperation. So instead of going directly to spirit, I share consciousness with my autistic intermediaries, whose expanded states of awareness open doors to comprehending higher levels of consciousness.

My job when sharing consciousness with these wonderful individuals is to promote, or facilitate, communication. Facilitated communication (FC) is a process in which the facilitator provides physical and emotional support to the nonverbal person. That usually takes the form of a hand or arm to hold or lean on, along with the more subtle emotional support that goes with that. But I believe the relationship also has a telepathic and energetic component that is often overlooked. The close physical contact and concentrated focus involved in the FC process aid in the formation of a shared awareness. Through the merging of thought forms and the synchronization of brain waves and sensory systems, the nonverbal person becomes better able to comprehend physical reality. In return, the process of consciousness sharing has given me, the communication facilitator, an ever expanding understanding of the universe.

Often, I lacked the time to facilitate individual students, so out of sheer frustration, I began sending out telepathic requests to people, inviting them to join consciousness with me in the evening from my home. Initially, I used the process to ask specific kids what they wanted to learn and how I could help. I also began asking them as a group, rather than as individuals, when I expected more of a universal or spiritual response to my questions.

Below is a transmission I received from a group-mind telepathy session about the telepathic process itself. I have done some very minor editing, and until I’m confident that my ego or other thought forms are not mixed in with the communication, I will continue to share the authorship and responsibility for the transcribed material.


Can you tell me about group telepathy?


Autism group-mind telepathy creates a force field to transfer quantum understanding so that it can be interpreted in a linear format. It allows random particles to align to create pictures or thought forms that can then be described using words. Much, but not all, is lost in the translation. To clarify more fully, think of a funnel. The expansiveness of the quantum experience is poured into the top of the funnel. It is slowed down as it trickles through the spout into the conscious mind. Right now only a partial understanding is possible, because that is all the conscious self can absorb. The more in tune the recipient is with subconscious awareness, the more he is able to grasp.

The expansiveness of the subconscious meanders to fit the constraints of the conscious mind. As the spout continues to widen, more of the subconscious comes through, deepening the understanding of concepts lost by to those dominated by language. Letting go of ego constraints and sharing your subconscious with individuals with severe autism accelerates the process. When you exercise this capability, your understanding of consciousness deepens.

Autistic mind telepathy sees more of the entirety of our individual and collective journey. Open your heart and ask to join consciousness with them. Acknowledge the flow between the conscious, subconscious, and super-conscious. They are ready to assist but will give you only as much as you allow or are capable of grasping. We are at home in the subconscious and super-conscious states of knowing. By merging energy with us, your funnel spout broadens, resulting in a stronger flow of information and an enhanced understanding of our respective states of awareness. Your ego-dominant reality becomes more understandable to us as altered states and direct knowing become more accessible to you.

Shared knowledge or telepathic blending of energy is a joining of minds, a linking of souls, a partnership of blended energy particles. It demands a shared vocabulary and an open awareness that the mind is separate from the body. The mind or soul exists before conception and after death and depends on the body for language-based expression. As the scope, breadth, and depth of information not dependent on words develops, the inclination of mind above matter is to create a unifying cohesiveness, magically, magnetically, and exponentially resistant to external chaos. Mutual consent, trust, and expectancy are necessary for “subconscious communion” to happen. It is a the heartfelt connection that makes telepathic communication automatic.

The participants involved merge. Together they send, receive, and interpret the data and respond to it. When listening or receiving information from higher thought forms, interference can occur, causing distortion as the person most connected to his conscious mind can unwittingly and unknowingly become dominant. Know when to lead and when to follow. It takes a tremendous amount of trust and practice. Focused intent, calm internal demeanor, and mutual focus help the flow to continue uninterrupted by outside forces. Balance is created as a “united field” of thought particles searches and clings for [the] words for expression.

The understanding of mind-to-mind subconscious merging of thought waves is in its infancy. There is no turning back for the explorers of evolutionary communication that have experienced the process.

Nonverbal souls, often diagnosed with severe autism, retain their connection to higher realms and long to teach the process to those open and willing to learn.

If you are one of those souls who is prompted to let go of your preconceived ideas and join others to openly explore and discuss all aspects of these phenomena, I would love to hear from you.

Telepathic Merging of Consciousness Between Facilitator and Nonverbal Autistic Typist

Facilitated communication (FC) is the process used to help nonverbal individuals with severe autism to express themselves by typing with the help of a designated “facilitator.” In dealing with those labeled “autistic,” the facilitator’s role is to offer physical and emotional support to the nonverbal person, who then transmits his or her responses either through typing or some other means, such as word cards. Sometimes the facilitator lends a hand, wrist, or arm for support. At other times, the facilitator simply sits next to the typist and focuses on the keyboard and the material being typed.

At this point, FC remains a controversial process. Physical and emotional support are obviously part of the process, but my experience tells me that there is also a complex energetic and telepathic aspect. In fact, my observations have raised many unanswered questions that I hope will inspire further study. For example:

  • Why do I usually hear the word or words in my head before they are typed?
  • Why do I need to know the questions being asked?
  • When another facilitator and I support the same person, why do the typist’s responses to open-ended questions sometimes differ?
  • When I give support to several nonverbal typists at the same time, why do they resonate with each other to the point of being able to complete each other’s sentences?
  • Why are the typists I work with restricted by the language I speak, my vocabulary, and my knowledge base?

Skeptics simply dismiss the process of Facilitated Communication-FC, as facilitator motor influence-Clever Hans Syndrome, or the act of subconsciously giving an animal or person the necessary cues to complete a task. But when the typist is striking the correct keys without arm or wrist support, but still requires a person to touch or sit next to him in order to communicate, both skeptics and supporters are at a loss for an explanation. Supporters say the person is typing independently, even though he is dependent on proximity control and a shared focus. They suggest that the person sitting next to him is merely there to provide emotional support. Yet my sense from my own experience is that there is an energetic merging of consciousness that goes deeper than simple telepathy. This occurs with or without arm support, but in my experience, my intent and focus actually increase when physical support is not given and the communication through typing is solely dependent on proximity control for its expression.

Recently, one of my nonverbal friends typed me a facilitated message in which she told me that she was impressing images on my brainstem and that I was instantaneously and unconsciously finding the right words for the thought forms she was impressing. If that’s true, that would explain why I hear each word in my head right before she types it. She also suggested that she accesses and transmits messages from higher spiritual realms in a similar fashion. She first receives an impression from the higher realm and then impresses it upon my brainstem. This viewpoint helps explain some of my unanswered questions, as mentioned above. For example:

  • Why are messages often spiritual in nature?
  • Why are nonverbal individuals with autism restricted by the language, knowledge base, bias, and vocabulary of the facilitator?
  • The person with autism seems to have access to his partner’s knowledge base. Is facilitator’s range of knowledge what limits the range of expression?
  • Why do my biases sometimes leak through?

Since facilitators have a stronger hold on ego-based thought, they should constantly guard against allowing their individual biases to influence the person typing. Contradictory opinions are often typed when the same facilitator pairs with different partners. My passion is to help autistic individuals strengthen their conscious egos so that they can express their opinions without being influenced by other sources. Until then, I continue to acknowledge facilitator influence as a possibility. In the meantime, important decisions or opinions that potentially impact nonverbal individual or other people need additional validation through having the typist answer important questions with multiple partners. Observation of body language, behavior, and alternate independent forms of communication also need to be used.

My personal feeling about this partnership is that it can potentially enhance the facilitator’s higher self and soul knowledge. But as enticing and exciting as this may be, it depends on its acknowledgement as a possibility and needs to be consciously explored. The process is complex and truly fascinating. In my own experience, the responses to questions I’ve received sometimes come across as metaphorical or visual. There are also times when I seem to understand more than just the words I hear, and my understanding takes the form of a direct kind of knowing that’s difficult to describe in words. In those moments, my simple mind is receiving a minute glimpse of the interdimensional interplay of a multitude of thought forms, all racing to the surface for expression but limited by my individual knowledge base, understanding, and the restrictions of our language-based system of communication. I view this type of communication as their gift to me, and deeply appreciate it, but I do not believe it should supercede my commitment to help them feel more comfortable in their bodies and strengthen their conscious based thoughts and decisions.

These experiences leave me wanting to know more about this expanded consciousness and mode of communication. The implications it has for our evolution are enormous. Imagine, for example the benefit of pairing these insightful souls with specialists, those with precise knowledge in various fields and the vocabulary needed to explain it. For instance, researchers working on a cure for cancer could learn to partner with these brilliant souls, who would then be able to add insight to their findings and enhance their present level of understanding.

As a curious person who has experienced this phenomenon with many nonverbal children and adults, I want to know how it works! These amazing souls have so much to teach us. It’s time to give them a chance to prove themselves, which begins with honestly and openly exploring and discussing all aspects of their mind-boggling and truly amazing reality. I would love to come together with others who use FC and similar partner dependent strategies, such as Rapid Prompting Method (RPM), and who are willing to let go of their preconceived ideas and ask these amazing souls to help us understand. It astounds me that people are not coming out of the woodwork to share this amazing dynamic. But until then, and whether or not they do, I will continue to pose questions to my friends with autism, both individually and collectively, and to share with them the intuitive thoughts that pass between us.

If you have any interest in sharing your experience, please feel free to get in touch or comment.

“Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is not to stop questioning.” – Albert Einstein