When Disability Hides Ability

March 02, 2014

By Rosy Lawson-Lamont

People often think that those with disabilities have more difficulty fitting-in and belonging in this world. But don’t we all try to fit in to this so-called society and don’t we all desire a sense of belonging? People with disabilities often think they get misunderstood but don’t we all get misunderstood in this life?

Lots of people with disabilities want to live a normal life especially when it comes to sex and relationship, but what is normal? What if there’s so much more beyond that? What if you didn’t have to have sex and relationship to live a full and magical life?

What if it’s vital to the planet to have the contribution of people with disabilities? What if we all have vital awarenesses, capacities, abilities and gifts to contribute to the planet and everyone on it?

What if people with disabilities choose to come to this world because somewhere they know there is a different possibly of being on the planet? What if judging ourselves as wrong is the biggest disability of all? What if we are far more beautiful and amazing than we have ever acknowledged?

My name is Rosy Lawson-Lamont and I have Cerebral Palsy. I can’t walk and I have speech difficulties. To live my life I require 24/7 support from carers, family and friends. Even though it has its challenges, I love living! I started doing Access Consciousness® back in 2009 and now my world is full of magic, possibilities and happiness. The beauty in this world in both nature and people just AMAZES me!!! Living in my body is such a gift. Access Consciousness has given me the tools to create a new way of living that I never thought was possible.

I have a friend Delany Delaney who is a Certified Access Consciousness® Facilitator and she has unique and phenomenal capacities with people with disabilities. She can see beyond the disability, be it judgments of themselves or by others and she sees beyond the lies of limitations that are often placed by this society. She has an amazing ability to see right down deep to the core of the person and receive them truly.

Do you have any capacities and gifts with people with disabilities that you are not acknowledging? Do you know anything about telepathic communication, disabled bodies or having a body that’s different? Do you have or do you know people that have a “disability” that might actually hiding ability? And what contribution can you be to the world?

If you’d like to know more or to find out about Rosy and Delany’s upcoming classes please visit www.delanydelaney.accessconsciousness.com



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Jennifer Randive

Mar 3, 2014


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Claudia Hogan

Mar 3, 2014

Hi Delany.I spoke to you on the phone re a course relating to working with some special needs children.I have never done any on line courses or a telecall before but Im willing to find out how to organise it.I have done 3 classes of Bars and have been seeking some knowledge as to working in this area.Could you please email some more info,Im so excited to have come across your link this morning. looking forward to your reply.

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S Balakrishnan

Mar 5, 2014

While diversity is an essential and important aspect of our existence upon earth, at the most basic level we find an inseparable connection with the rest of creation. We do not usually recognize this connection because we do not usually pay attention to the parts that make the whole. We pay attention to the names and forms rather than the components that make them up. While it is true that we have unique features, we also share with the rest of the world the same air, water, fire, earth, space, intelligence, mental and physical energies, organs, genes, DNA, speech, breath, knowledge, culture, values, morals, states of consciousness, emotions, feelings, thoughts and ideas. At the most fundamental level, we are made up of the same atoms, molecules and sub atomic particles which make up the stars, the planets and numerous other objects found in the universe.

When we pay attention to these aspects of our existence, we become aware that we do not live in a mere physical world, but a gigantic web of life that is interconnected and inter related through many invisible channels where we impact other people’s lives in many unimaginable ways.

This realization may not help us to achieve the blissful state of Samadhi. It may not help us to love the world unconditionally or overcome our own fears and insecurities. However, it will certainly help us to become aware of our inseparable connection with the rest of creation and appreciate the following.

1. Physically, at the atomic, sub atomic, molecular and cellular levels, all human beings are almost indistinguishable.

2. We are made of the same elements (mahabhutas), qualities (gunas) and principles (tattvas) that we find elsewhere in nature.

3. Biologically and physiologically we undergo the same physiological processes and experience the same needs and sensations.

4. Our motor functions are the same and we experience the same pain and pleasure through them.

5. Our learned or conditioned responses to external situations may vary, but our basic and biological responses are mostly the same.

6. At the core of each of us, permeating our entire consciousness and our entire being is the awareness of “I am.” It is the pure unadulterated and unconditioned sense of Self, the “I am” of the universal self, enveloped by numerous forms and objects in space and time.

7. The whole world is one breathing and living organism. Even science acknowledges that our whole planet is one large biotic system and every component in it is critical to its survival.

8. Because we share so much with the rest of creation, we do not feel fulfilled when we are alone. We long for relationships, friendship, and companionship. We want to own and possess things. Even though we know that intimate relationships may often hurt us, we are helplessly drawn to others in our search for peace and happiness.

Every individual on our planet contributes significantly to the preservation and continuation of the world. Take one of them away and the future of the world would be vastly different because each individual is a culmination of many past events, processes and generations of effort and in turn the starting for many more. This realization will help you to live responsibly and bear with the suffering in your life with dignity, tolerance and understanding.

These truths suggest that we have to value life in every form, recognizing our own importance in fulfilling the purpose for which our uniqueness and individuality are manifested. In creation unity and diversity are both important. Whether the world recognizes it or not, you have every reason to rejoice in your uniqueness and feel good about yourself. You are made unique because Nature expects you to manifest your uniqueness and fulfill your role which is uniquely yours. You have to fill that particular place which you alone can occupy.

Thus, you are important and you do matter, whether others acknowledge it or not. No one can fill your place. No one can minimize your importance. You are the effect of many past causes and the cause of many future effects. You are a link in the long chain life’s unending struggles for self-expression.

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