The Core of Autism in a Quote
"i dont like loking at pepople my eye contac still not good it to much sencory in put i hated when i was in school and a teacher would fouce me to look at her by lifting my chin .i wouldn't push the issue"
Perhaps deep down this person knows there is an underlying reason to why this is so unnatural.
My Theory on this is while our EYES our OFF as in not working and we are NOT giving you the eye contact you expect we are then (hard to believe) trying to think with pictures. If you could see our Brain generated Pictures we are trying to decipher you would realize you are taking away our natural, for us thought process. This is where our inventions and good ideas come from and why our social skills are lacking in so many ways our eyes are OFF. This person like many modern aspie probably has never figured that out yet, If he -she were able to "daydream" like we were they would eventually yield some results like we were able to absently discover. If the eye contact was able to be ignored and allowed to become a non issue like it was for us this would be the time space and venue where the Autism thoughts are working from. Remember our thoughts are based in pictures and pictures are worth a 1000 words and we need to water them down to communicate them.
While we don't give you any contact we are BUSY/BUSY thinking or should be at least. If Modern Autism would allow that privilege again we might take a few steps backward to our baseline thoughts and then move on like some of us were able to do. This is where Temple's still and motion pictures fit in the autism ideal and where our proficient picture thought builds on hers. It is in short our invisible to you picture thoughts or Image Streams. Successful autism is being able to convert those thoughts to real words and action in a timely manor.
If this is the key to our successfull autism it is obvious why the modern 'Experts' missed the entire point to autism .They took away our core thought process and made us zombies and forced us to function on our second language traditional thought. So much for progress.
Rich Shull,,,, http://prerainmanautism.blogspot.com/http://groups.yahoo.com/group/richsplace/