If he can’t speak, how is he going to communicate his wants and needs? If he can’t sit still, how is he going to attend school? If he can’t tolerate being around other people, how is he ever going to leave his house?
When Marilu Schmier gave birth to her second son, Weston, little could she imagine the lengths she would travel to assist him after being diagnosed as severely disabled. Propelled by her strong faith, intuition, and mother bear’s persistence, Marilu would eventually discover that her mute son had intellectual capacities as well as spiritual gifts far beyond the norm.
Weston first came to the public’s attention when he was featured in Meg Blackburn Losey’s, Ph.D. books about the children of the New Consciousness, The Children of Now and Conversations With the Children of Now.
Waiting for Weston: A Mother’s Story About Raising a Multidimensional Child is the extraordinary retelling of Marilu’s journey in her quest to help Weston. Amazingly, she was told that he would be known to “hundreds of thousands of people” years before Marilu met Dr. Meg. Though Marilu had been told of Weston’s telepathic gifts and that he was a Master at a very young age, she disregarded these comments, and chose to only focus on helping him to speak. When she finally realized that helping Weston to speak audibly was her desire and not Weston’s is when she finally began seeing the miracles that were present each day. Today Weston is inspiring thousands with his wit, wisdom, and unconditional love without ever saying a word!
According to Marilu she wrote Waiting for Weston for Weston and others like him as well as for the parents of other “differently-abled” children to offer her journey as an example of the possibilities that might be locked inside their own children. Finally, she wrote it for all of those people who stopped believing in miracles or the unimaginable.
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Watch a video interview of various people, including an archbishop of the Orthodox Catholic Church, a doctor, speech pathologist, and teachers discuss the impact Weston has had on their life.