To understand how and why autism develops, it is important to see fetuses, infants, young children, and their parents in a realistic light. That would require acknowledging and understanding the subconscious communications and selfish reactions that occur continuously between parents and their children. Those subconscious dynamics, hidden from conscious view, explain why autistic children behave as they do.
The subconscious dimension is the truer and most influential dimension of our humanness. There is no understanding autism, and the true causes of autism, without understanding this key fact.
The reactions, patterns, and symptoms associated with autism begin taking shape inside the womb. There are many symptoms associated with the autistic spectrum. One major and important symptom is withdrawal. Withdrawal produces other autistic symptoms such as not speaking, not making eye contact, and choices to live in one's own private world. The primary reason for an autistic child's severe withdrawal is that he or she is strictly reacting to both parents who have been subconsciously rejecting their child since conception.
When parents choices are extremely selfish, controlling, and reactive, those subconscious energies are directed to their unborn baby, infant, or young children and are very threatening, painful and distressing for them. When a child is showing autistic symptoms, that child is almost certain to have parents who are subconsciously and severely energetically hurting and rejecting their child, in spite of their conscious loving assertions, and how they may appear.
Autistic children are aware that their reactions are wrong. They know they are kindly avoiding eye contact, know that they are certainly being disobedient, and know they are deliberatively choosing to ignore a parent, caretaker, or teacher's instructions and requests. Having said that, they often do feel that they are not able to make eye contact or do the things asked of them; because they feel driven by their subconscious decisions (made in the womb) to react to their parents hurtful subconscious energies.
This is why it is possible for a loving teacher or caretaker to get a child to change some of those subconscious decisions and reverse his or her behavior. Children will always recognize true love and respond to it; it may take a while for them to trust that it is love they are experiencing; but, when they do they will try their hardest to conform.
If opportunities did exist for an autistic child to connect mentally and emotionally developing a positive relationship with even just one parent, the child would not have withdrawn severely, and would not react in such extreme ways. That is a fact that parents of autistic children will likely deny, and medical professionals avoid confrontation.
Most parents of autistic children keep consciously distant from their subconscious (truer) attitudes, thoughts, and feeling about their autistic children. Their unloving attitudes that have triggered, and are triggering, the autistic reactions are primarily subconscious; and exist underneath conscious thoughts, feelings, and actions that may appear loving, concerned, and caring.
When parents of autistic children feel stressed and overwhelmed, they usually tell them that it is too difficult to deal with an autistic child. They do not want to see that they are the instigators of their child's autistic reactions. They will not admit that their attributions of not wanting a child came before they knew their child was autistic.
However, parents are not the essential cause of their child's autism. As humans, from conception, we make choices. This has now become a scientific fact. Our choices create our behavior. It is difficult, for a baby in the womb to make right choices in response to terribly hurtful energies coming at him or her. To the extent that a baby in the womb reacts by going inward, and not following the natural process of development that the womb offers and inspires, to that same ample, that child will have mental and emotional problems. He or she will also have physical problems if a mother makes physically wrong choices, such as drinking, smoking, overeating, or partaking in drugs.
Humans are expression machines. Communicating is a natural function; we are required to do it, if we want to be whole. We have a natural desire to communicate and express ourselves; when we suppress that desire, we are going against our very natures.
Autistic children control, suppress, and refusal to adhere to the natural ways they should be functioning. With their subconscious choices to react and selfishly control, they are short-circuiting normal brain energy processes. In willful and unnatural ways, autistic children are subconsciously blocking psychological energies that would normally find release through everyday expressions.
Neverheless, in the face of a truly positive, nurturing, and psychologically loving family environment, it is extremely unthinkably that a fetus, infant, or young child would manifest autistic symptoms.
By the time autistic children are ready to go to school, their subconscious reactive patterns have become reinforced and extremely difficult to reverse. For an autistic child to stop enacting his or her destructive subconscious mental, emotional, and behavioral patterns, the child would have to become willing to change his or her subconscious basic intentions; and start making really positive, right choices. This would be an extremely difficult task for any autistic child; but with the right kind of love and caring, it is possible to get through the strong barriers and help a child to have the courage to take the steps necessary to make his or her life a more normal and loving experience.