Friday, August 15, 2014

Updated Fri 15aug14... FOUR ARTICLES: Robin Williams’ Gift to Ascension; Your Table’s Ready, Robin; Nanu Nanu, Mork! Earth Bids You a Loving Farewell ...AND... Robin Williams a Coward? No, just a Lightworker Who Used Laughter as His Sword and Shield

Thank you Robin for your blessed heart, soul, and laughter...  You'll be sorely missed!

Judith Watts: Robin Williams’ Gift to Ascension

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I was sitting between two mothers at my granddaughter’s season’s final soccer game last evening.  I heard it from two sides – in less than two minutes – as cell phones vibrated to attention, announcing the death. The shock each woman expressed aloud – to no one in particular – was palpable as shadowy rain clouds hung above our neighbourhood. At game’s end I looked back at the field, seeing it bathed in a rather toxic yellow hue.

Inconceivable synchronistic events manifest in our world each day.  These ‘signs’ may be inconspicuous or seemingly unhelpful when seen through the limited lens we own when it comes to the future.  And yet, similar to when the 9/11 news broke we are living through another one of those global turning points this summer. Undoubtedly, over the first days of August, 2014, the weight of the global state of affairs has been extraordinarily heavy for our evolving souls to bear.

And then the news broke: Academy Award Winner, Robin Williams, has taken his own life. In some mysterious way the impact of this surprising announcement has the power to unite us. That’s because there’s a much deeper meaning to the life and times Robin Williams shared with us. His death and the emergence of the real truth around the causes of what has been labelled mental illness could be the final act in the Old World playbill.

Once each human heart breaks free from its security enclosure – the Pandora Box we’ve been warned never to open – everything in human existence will transform.  Empowered and fearless in the overflowing adoration, compassion and joy, we’ll never be able to envision or re-enact a heartless role again. We’ll be all consumed in love light. That victimized, muted, tiny brain will be forever gone with the wind of transformation.  “Good Morning, Vietnam” indeed!!!

The dark forces that have prohibited, threatened and crucified us for centuries will simply and effortlessly wash away in the deluge. This powerful love energy is the ultimate shape-shifter in the transformation in human consciousness – what I’ve termed the Pandora Process

So how exactly does the work of Robin Williams figure into the Emerging Era’s 3D movie plot?  First he exposed his personal fears around addictions and depression while accepting the load of his mastermind talent for over four decades. We responded to the depth of human compassion he mirrored for us in his roles. We laughed at ourselves as he stood on his head and luxuriated in his own joy.

As other artists, musicians and creative minds in their respective eras, Robin Williams is a Light Bringer. He incarnated on this planet with a specific task and I suspect he has truly surpassed even his own hopes and expectations. Don’t recall Picasso, Mozart, Michelangelo or Tesla ever winning an Academy Award.  Maybe I missed that day’s news, though.

The vitally important gift Robin Williams gave us lies clearly in the reality he discovered, the WAY to the opening of his own Loving Heart. That awareness will extend far beyond the humor, humbleness, honor and humanity he showed in each of his memorable roles. Addictions, depression, and so called ‘mental illness’ with many attached stigmatic titles, are based on reactions to fear factors being acted out on a world stage of seven billion players.

Was it Robin’s time to exit stage right? Is this part of a greater plan? To act out for us how current human third-dimensional existence can manifest the shift in body, mind and spirit? How it can look like mental illness and be something quite different after all.  So we can get to the bottom of that compartmentalized human heart and figure out how it needs to be freed.  Take a moment to think about it.

It’s doesn’t take brain surgery to see things from a different perspective.  Does it? Imagine not being locked into the ancestral rules and regulations revolving – not evolving – around wars and self-loathing?

In its current physical, mental and emotional form, a human BEING can only take so much ‘shock and awe’ before it needs to shut down.  Life’s emotional negative realities are toxic substances, polluting more than just the physical world.  Sometimes the sensitively functioning body/mind can reboot itself. Or get some fast oxygenating fuel through any substance that temporarily diminishes insightful awareness.

“Too much information”, I believe, is the modern way to express it!  Techie game players of any age who constantly have their fingers on plastic keyboards go that route. Blocking out what is happening around us, keeps us able to at least get up and move into the next day.

My question about why we don’t eliminate war once and for all, often elicits a response like “That’s just the way it’s always been.”  B…….t!!!  Pardon that too much information stance!  No really… How long are we expected to ignore horror movies that replay the ugly and grotesque, and not just in some distant foreign land?

The rotten stuff happens down my Canadian street every day: blatant elder abuse, maltreatment of inquisitive children, leashed dogs yanked around by power hungry owners. And the homeless pulling around a sleeping bag and a few personal items in a wagon, prohibited from sitting on park benches by municipal bylaws.

Factor in blatant discrimination of female rights, taunting racial prejudice, and the ever popular, pressing necessity to celebrate weekly victories on the religious high grounds. Oh…and did I forget a few other crazy-making realities in our everyday existence like drug wars, police brutality, invading nationals, bickering, rude and totally mindless political adversaries, auto recalls, hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, and other naturally occurring catastrophes like passenger planes being lost or shot down.  No one ever seems to quite know what happens…mmmm….

So based on this sort of circumstantial evidence alone, attention to the passing of Robin Williams could be the key needed to open limitless doors of discovery. Yet there’s more!!!  Much more for us to acknowledge and own at this time!! It’s always in the timing – to deliver the best punch line of all. The evolutionary shift we’re experiencing now is undeniable to so many of us who have at least partially awakened.

Someone like Robin Williams, who had such amazing ability to deliver spontaneous, rapid-fire lines was clearly sensitive to living in the moment.  He used every detail and feeling and lived a heart responsibility to bring out the joy in every situation. As we all do as we free our souls to reflect the universal love energy – just so close to being fully visible now!

Introducing symptoms and signs of evolutionary change into the global spotlight will seal the deal! It’s not mental illness we keep pretending doesn’t exist in the world.  It’s mental wellness!  It’s the knowledge that we are surely evolving!  It is information that is simply beyond the realm of possibility.

Particularly when you are tied into a belief system that keeps reassuring you how useless and undeserving you are. As long as we accept that we don’t have the right to make the crucial changes to enlighten our world, ignoring the example of a real human role model like Robin Williams, we’ll stay hidden underground.

Where I’m going with this is when enough of us become aware that another world exists, the shift will occur. We simply need to get out of our own way, take down the barriers and see things differently.  I have no idea what the transformed world will look like or where it is currently located.  Could it be on another planet? Does it exist in another dimension?

Personally, I don’t care.  All I do care about is that all of the horror movies we keep rerunning on Earth will go into the dustbin with the old 8-tracks and tapes and DVDs – all those already ancient technologies.

The shifts in thinking and feeling – all the temporary transit routes as we ascend through the Pandora Process – are transitory. Think of it as a standard 120-volt lighting system being rewired to accommodate a higher energy.  On the new High Way the old reel-to-reel signs don’t work anymore.  Renovated into vast human potential, we will dance and laugh and fearlessly enjoy our multi-talented Being – precisely as Robin Williams showed us.
Posted by Steve Beckow


Your Table’s Ready, Robin

Robin Williams made his final exit, stage right, in a manner that I personally would not have expected. (1) But I can also appreciate the load he must have been carrying. I’d like to join Stephen Cook in remembering him.

Most of us here know what deep issues are being brought up in us. Imagine what it must be like for those of us who don’t know and carry even heavier loads.
I’m gonna miss him. Most of what he did that’s being discussed are movies like Good Morning, Vietnam! (my favorite), Mrs. Doubtfire, Goodwill Hunting, etc. But I remember him best for a record called Reality. What a Concept! And of course for Mork and Mindy.

How many here have left this world by a similar route? I know I did, around 2,000 years ago. I know others who have.  As one friend is fond of saying, “it’s very hard here on Earth.”

He did such a huge favor for all of us by making us laugh at ourselves, and laugh, and laugh, and laugh.  I shed a tear for our loss. But I’m quite sure that Robin is making a few archangels roll on the ground, if there is ground, and if archangels have a body to roll.
Or perhaps Jesus?

”Some people say Jesus wasn’t Jewish. Of course he was Jewish! Thirty years old, single, lives with his parents, come on! He works in his father’s business, his mom thought he was God’s gift — he’s Jewish! Give it up!”
I’ll leave the last laugh to him: ““Death is nature’s way of saying, ‘Your table’s ready.’ ””
Your table’s ready, Robin. Godspeed and see you again.

(1) Paul Elias, “Robin Williams died by hanging: Sheriff’s officials,” Aug. 12, 2014, at
by Steve Beckow
Nanu Nanu, Mork! 
Earth Bids You a Loving Farewell
StephenCook/golden age gaia: Today the world bids a huge fond farewell to the comic genius who brought so much legitimacy to a generation of kids believing in our galactic brothers and sisters. Robin Williams’ Mork from Ork had to be one of the friendliest and funniest star bros ever! (Oh, and let’s not forget A.L.F!). Mork was SO popular that back here on earth, one of my great friends even named his cat and dog Mork and Mindy!
There’s a certain generation of people—now in their 30s and 40s (Stephen: and 50s and 60s!) —who discovered Robin Williams in their youth and loved him immediately because he played a character probably more appealing to kids than any other outside of the Muppets: Mork.
Mork was a sweet, funny alien from the planet Ork who landed on Earth in an egg-shaped spaceship, struck up a friendship with a human girl named Mindy, and ended each episode imparting what he learned about human life to his unseen supervisor, Orson, before signing off by tugging his ears and saying, “Nanu nanu.”

Mork wore a striped sweater and rainbow suspenders when he wasn’t wearing his red-and-silver space jumpsuit. He had big 70s hair, and he was unlike any other character on TV. That’s because Robin Williams made him so.

Williams went on to bigger things. He became an Oscar-winning movie star on the way to accumulating a staggering filmography of memorable roles: Popeye, Mrs. Doubtfire, Parry in “The Fisher King”, John Keating in “Dead Poets Society,” Adrian Cronauer in “Good Morning, Vietnam,” the Genie in “Aladdin”, Alan Parrish in “Jumanji,” Armand Goldman in “The Birdcage,” Patch Adams, Seymour Parrish in “One Hour Photo,” Sean Maguire in “Good Will Hunting,” and American president Theodore Roosevelt in “Night at the Museum.”
Not all of these were great movies, but every Williams performance was a memorable one. Here’s the thing about Robin Williams: his appeal transcended generations and country borders, and practically everyone has a favorite role of his. You might like him best as the Genie, but your friend’s favorite Williams role might be Mrs. Doubtfire, and another friend might like his Patch Adams the best.
For every person who paid tribute to Williams by saying “O Captain, my Captain” on Facebook, there’s another saying “Nanu nanu” or modifying “Good morning, Vietnam!” to “Good night, Robin!”
Robin Williams (center) is shown in this undated publicity photo handout from the 1970s series "Mork and Mindy." Reuters
Robin Williams (center) is shown in this undated publicity photo handout from the 1970s series “Mork and Mindy.” Reuters
In the midst of all the tributes is the inevitable and endless speculation about how he died and why.
But as his wife said, “As he is remembered, it is our hope that the focus will not be on Robin’s death but on the countless moments of joy and laughter he gave to millions.”
Williams has three movies coming out this year and an animated movie for which he provided a voice coming out next year. After that, there will be no more new showcases of this unique man’s comic genius. But we will have all of his past work to treasure and re-watch, to remind us why we’re so shocked by his passing now, and to understand why the loss of this man staggers us so.
Nanu nanu, Mr. Williams. For you bouquets and ribbon’d wreaths, and the gratitude of generations of fans.
By Barbara Marchdesh, GMANews, August 12, 2014 –

Robin Williams a Coward? No, just a Lightworker Who Used Laughter as His Sword and Shield

As fans around the world continue to mourn the tragic death of actor/comedian Robin Williams, Fox News has come out and called the comic genius a “coward” for his apparent suicide.
Calls are now being made via an online petition (see link below, thanks to Suzy Star) for Fox reporter Shep Smith – who made the insensitive ‘coward’ comment – to be fired and for Fox News to immediately educate staff about mental illness and suicide.
Meanwhile, some alternative media have suggested that the actor did not suicide but was murdered by the cabal. Sure, it’s possible. To me, Williams was always a lightworker who used laughter as his illuminated sword and shield – as this video so hilariously shows.

Ironically, it was recorded at a special performance in 2008, shortly after Barack Obama’s first inauguration as US President, in front of none other than the British royals Prince Charles and Camilla!

Yet despite their presence he was able to get some very important – and somewhat risque  – messages across, using comedy and his observations of real-life as his ‘weapon’.
He also used his movies – such as What Dreams May Come (if you haven’t seen it, I heartily recommend it!) - to ‘mainstream’ some very spiritual themes.
One hopes his death may now allow many to revisit such great films and, as Matthew Ward indicated yesterday, in these lovelighted new energies, possibly see these themes in a whole new light…
Update:  The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AKA, the Oscars) has also come under fire from suicide prevention experts over this twitter message below.
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The problem? It violates well-established public health standards for how we talk about suicide.
If it doesn’t cross the line, it comes very, very close to it,” said Christine Moutier, chief medical officer at the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. “Suicide should never be presented as an option. That’s a formula for potential contagion.”
Meanwhile, should you wish to sign the “Fox News: Fire News Anchor for Insensitive Comments on Robin Williams’ Death” Petition, you can so so here:
Finally, if you want to see Williams at his bawdy best (and don’t mind the odd swear word) you can always check out his stand-up comedy video Robin Williams: Weapons of Self Destruction.

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