PureBioenergy and Autism – Can it Help? YES

A Light at the End of a Tunnel

Below is the story of ‘Sam’ who went from being diagnosed with nonverbal autism to greater overall health, behavior, cognition, and communication with PureBioenergy therapy. Sam now 4 years old jumps from speaking 5 words to using 60 along with making sentences.

He has meaningful interactions, is affectionate, his digestion, mood and general happiness improve while also surpassing his peers at school in his speech and behavior. All creating an uplifting change in family dynamics.

Check out this first-hand experience told through the eyes of the mom and see how PureBioenergy® can help children with autism and their families.

Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disability in the United States and autism-related costs average $60,000 a year per family. Medicine knows no “cure” for Autism.

Parents of children with autism are constantly on the lookout for a gentle and safe approach that will help their child improve speech, cognitive abilities, and overall health. Just hearing their child say a few more words or make a sentence, give a hug or look into their eyes can be a very big deal for many moms and dads.

This is the journey of a mother and her son who after months of searching for yet another therapy discover PureBioenergy® –  a non-medical skill using bioenergy that has shown to improve symptoms and increase overall wellness in children in the autism spectrum. 

She took the leap and booked a distance session of PureBioenergy.

The Journey begins

“My 3 ½-year-old son Sam was diagnosed with nonverbal autism when he turned 2. Sam rarely engages, doesn’t interact with or responds to people, makes little eye contact and displays very little affection. He says no more than 5-8 words. He is also very anxious and gets upset easily, gets frustrated and has outbursts of anger and frequent tantrums/melt-downs.

Since his diagnosis, we’ve tried many different approaches, some of which have helped, and some haven’t. Generally speaking, he had experienced slow progress — very slow sometimes. I often thought, ‘How can I get into his brain to make him speak?’ At the root of all of his challenges, my main concern was his inability to sp