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Could The World Use A Little Crazy, Right This Very Minute?

September 14, 2013 ADD, ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, OCD

“We could use a little Christmas, right this very minute!” declares Auntie Mame in the award-winning hit musical, “Mame.”  Mame, often portrayed by Angela Lansbury on stage, was looking for an out-of-the-box way to change some financial hard times she and her young nephew Patrick were suffering. With the unprecedented, drastic, and relentless change that’s [...]

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Temple Grandin: A Movie that Illustrates What Access Consciousness® Has Known

February 12, 2013 ADD, ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, OCD

Access Consciousness® Founder and best-selling author Gary Douglas has said for years, “The children who are labeled disabled actually have capacities which are gifts that are required by humanity if the species is to survive.” It is for this reason that Douglas calls these kids “X-Men Kids,” after the movie in which people developed extraordinary [...]

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Kids Level 2/3 at the Ricky Williams Foundation

August 1, 2012 Access Bars

Hosting the Access 2 & 3 that was given by Gary Douglas to raise money for the Ricky Williams Foundation was unlike any experience I had ever had before – not as an adult or as a child. This was a class for the kids – a class where they were first, and adults were not allowed [...]

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Is Access Consciousness™ Really Weird?

July 4, 2012 Access Consciousness

“It’s weird, it’s wild, it’s wacky and it works!” has been Access Consciousness™ Founder Gary Douglas’s suggestion when new facilitators and practitioners ask him how to tell others about Access Consciousness™. But is Access Consciousness™ really so weird these days? Consider this: The popular TV series “Medium” about an “ordinary housewife” who was psychic including [...]

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Autism – Disability Meets Ability!

June 24, 2012 ADD, ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, OCD

Autism is considered a handicap in this reality. Looking up the diagnosis in DSM IV, describes a list of limitations, like qualitative impairment in social interaction, qualitative impairment in communication and restricted repetitive and stereotyped patterns of behaviour. What if autism is a totally different way of functioning beyond the polarity of thoughts, feelings and [...]

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