Krishna Narayanan broke out of Autism after 23 long years of mental torture. Krishna was born to Jalaja Narayanan in 1971 at Boston. His mother was having lots of dreams for him. But it was at his age 4 she came to know that her son is autistic. At four, at the Children's Hospital in Boston, Krishna was diagnosed as severely autistic. The doctor also told her that he would never understand the human voice. Thus began the young mother's long drawn war on autism.
His mother showed him an apple and repeated, "Apple... apple..." He knew not only the word 'apple', but many, many other complicated words. He wanted to say apple but was unable to say it.
Inside an elevator as a four year old, Krishna felt extremely tense. To relieve the tension, he stretched out his right hand and watched his fingers. This was a weird mannerism to the onlookers, and many thought he was insane.
His mother's relentless spirit in educating him and Ayurvedic treatment at the Kottakkal Arya Vaidya Sala and at the K A Samajam Hospital at Shoranur helped Krishna write what went on within him.
When many parents of autistic children constantly asked for advice on the various techniques and therapies used by them, the mother and son decided to write a book jointly.
Music, Art of intuition lessons were taught by his mother to him. Ayurveda treated him to get better and better. And slowly he was able to write.
Krishna's first book, Wasted Talent; Musings of an Autistic, was an account of how he got over all the hurdles to finally open his mind to his parents.
And this is how he was freed from autism.........