Examples of Processing an Environment Using Suzanne's Nonverbal Concepts
Random Man-made and Natural Objects and Surfaces That Can Be Experienced and Expressed in a Nonverbal Way with the Use of Suzanne's Nonverbal Exercises
Perceiving and Experiencing the World with a Nonverbal Consciousness
Any object, man-made or in Nature, in any environment, anywhere in the world, can be experienced in a verbal way or in a nonverbal way. These specific objects, that happen to be in any environment a person might enter into, exist to both verbal thinkers and nonverbal thinkers, but will be experienced in what Suzanne calls a verbal way if the person has a verbal consciousness, or in a nonverbal way if the person has a nonverbal consciousness. For example, a hammock like all of the other objects that might be in a chosen environment, can be experienced in a verbal way if it is encountered by a person with a verbal consciousness, or in a nonverbal way if it is encountered by a person with a nonverbal consciousness. Even though their parents have a verbal consciousness, children born with a nonverbal consciousness should be allowed to experience and learn to process objects like a hammock, for example, in a way that is consistent with their own nonverbal consciousness using nonverbal concepts. This is one aspect of nonverbal socialization that we share with the children at the Nonverbal Consciousness Center for Autistic Children.
The Effect of Verbal Environments on Children Born with a Nonverbal Consciousness
People with a verbal consciousness do not experience the world in the way people with a nonverbal consciousness do, so when a normal nonverbal thinking child is born to a verbal thinking parent, the way he experiences his environment around him is never acknowledged, and he never has the opportunity to be shown how certain methodologies work for his type of analytical thinking and memory. Suzanne believes the combination of these two factors is what drives the normal nonverbal thinking child into an autistic state. This has nothing to do with how much the parents love the child. All of the parents who come to the Nonverbal Consciousness Center for Autistic Children love their children and want the best for their children. The child with a nonverbal consciousness simply needs nonverbal socialization instead of verbal socialization from birth in order to develop normally.
At Autism Baby, it is our goal to get the child out of the autistic state he has gone into by exposing him to nonverbal socialization, instead of the verbal socialization he has been exposed to exclusively for as long as he has been alive, so he can live a happy, productive life being the normal nonverbal thinking child that he is.
© 2017 Suzanne Alexander