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    Welcome to our wild and wacky tribe! SLG stands for Sapphire Leadership Group, a think tank founded by Arthur Burk and currently based in Southern California, with offices in seven nations.

    With thousands of autism forums already out there, why do we need one more?

    Because we want to combine the best practices from the existing resources with the power of the human spirit to heal in partnership with the Holy Spirit.

    This forum can be read by anyone, but only three groups of people may join the discussion:

    -Those of any age on the ASD spectrum who are actively experimenting with new ideas.

    -Parents of ASD kids still at home who are actively experimenting with new ideas.

    -Medical personnel who are actively experimenting with new ideas regarding ASD.

    See a pattern?


    This is not for entry level people or those who are settled into the standard protocol. For those who have already demonstrated a refusal to be powerless, we would be honored to have you add the wisdom of your journey to our brainstorming.

    We will be forming small groups to run trials of different spiritual techniques, as we seek to find the right paradigm for combining spirit, soul and physical protocols into a uniquely crafted package for each child.

    We are beginning with a limited number of topics. As our team expands, and we have more subforum moderators, we will branch out. Here are our jumping in points.

    1) Digestive issues

    2) Epigenetics

    3) Methylation

    4) Thalamus

    To contribute to the forum, you must send an email to sharing about your specific, hands-on involvement in ASD and the areas where you have researched and experimented already.

    Watch our YouTube playlist to hear more about the focus of this ASD research from Arthur and how you can help: ... KKWtnmd2EQ

    Discover more about our Autism research focus here: ... man-spirit

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