Over whelming sadness
updated by @windwolf: 08/19/17 01:12:17AM
I don't think you need to be an empath to feel it. I think everyone is feeling it. There are some people that you really want on the earth. The sort that makes you feel better; the person who can look at the absurdity of life and laugh at it - and get us to laugh at it. That's empowering. He made us feel better. I always believed that Robin was a very special being; his mind was too fast, his heart, too large, his perception, too clear. We were all blessed to have him on this earth.
I've been upset for a couple of weeks, but honestly; I can no longer sort out the reasons. I've had too much personal loss, and then the loss on a global level. It's just too much pain right now. And with his death, I feel like I've lost an ally. "Oh Captain, my Captain."
You're not alone in this. I battled for a good part of the day as well. I even felt like death. I thought it was because I was under the weather but there was an unusual queasy feeling in my stomach and sadness in my heart. When I found out he passed I figured the days events to be related.
I'm saying all of that to say .... it is very possible that you felt the impression of his last moments, the fans, his family or a projection of your own sadness upon getting the news.
I think for me it was a mixture. Consider this though there is a lot of sorrow in the world and a lot of people who don't display their sadness, this may have been an extra "sensitive" day for you because of the various sources of energy you've encountered.
Hope this helps.