Another Question For Robin
Judy asked Robin Williams the following question:
"Hi, Ann, I have often heard that loved ones on the other side can help family members with challenges as they go through their lives. Would you please ask Robin how our loved ones are able to do this?"
Ann: Robin, is this something you would be willing to discuss?
Robin Williams: Oh Ann, it is very near and dear to my heart. I am so happy to be able to answer this for Judy.
If only you could know the anguish that those of us who have passed suffer watching what those we have left behind must endure, particular when we have caused that pain.
We reach for you, do not doubt it. We reach, we call, we dance, we do headstands and back flips. Well, anyway I do. Each of us in our own way. Perhaps you hear a sound out of place or an animal in a surprising time or place. Birds are my favorites, but I have worked on getting dogs to nestle up to comfort those I left in turmoil. And sometimes you can hear us as Ann does or simply feel our presence or intuit our guidance.
My life was such a – I started to say mess but I am learning that nothing in life is wasted, that what we bring both good and seemingly bad has its purpose, and we must learn never to speak badly of our lives however they may develop. Open your heart and you may hear your loved one calling.
If you do not, do not be afraid that we have disappeared, for some of us are either too traumatized or in such a deep state of transition that we cannot reformulate enough to reach out. But if you think you hear, feel, or see us, you probably do.
It is the greatest gift to us when you respond and reach back in love. And if love was not there at departure, there may come a time when amends may be offered, sometimes a long while after the passing. The space between life and death is much smaller that you may imagine. You will see.
It is not the same, but we are, we continue to be, and we continue our work wherever we are. I send blessings to all of you who have lost a dear one and especially for my children. I think they know I am here for them.
January 13, 2020