The Quintessential Autism Diversity and Inclusivity Workbook

What is “Blueprint” of Autism Understanding at the Fundamental YET Profound level?

How different are YOU from an autistic being and WHY do most autistic beings feel more “at home” with the idea that planet earth may not be their “true home”?

How can Diversity and Inclusivity be seen through the lens of Autism and how can autistic beings themselves function in the “Inclusivity” space while not “losing” their way in confusion?

If you are a person on the autism spectrum, a person on the “neurotypical” ground seemingly hard-wired to “tried and tested” ways of living in this world and now shaken by the “uncertainity” of the times staring you in the face or a person simply wondering what this D and I is all about, then this book is for you.

This e-book version is made available to you as soon as you complete your order and can be used as a work book by BOTH autistic beings and neurotypical beings in ways that will help you live in peace amidst the chaos and order that is inevitable in the days and years to come.

YOU have a head-start as you work through this book and ALLOW for the shift in consciousness that helps crystallize a new way of being with YOUR life unfolding with more and more ease and grace!

How to use this e-book version: You will need to have a journal/notebook/diary to engage with the content of the book as you read each page. More details and practical tips on how this book can be used will be sent as a document in an email once your order is completed.


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