73 quotes from Dying to Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing: ‘I detach myself from preconceived outcomes and trust that all is. It brings me great joy to know you are here, exploring the possibility of a life that’s Email Newsletter & Videos; Books: Dying to Be Me & What If This is Heaven?. Anita Moorjani (born Anita Shamdasani) (born 16 March ) is a New York Times best selling author of the book Dying to be Me, speaker, and intercultural.
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She subsequently underwent several conventional cancer treatments.
Dying to Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing by Anita Moorjani
The after life is not better than earth. I have also read numerous books and heard many lectures on spirituality and “self-help”. Not at all impressed by this book. Jun 01, Angela rated it it was ok. If so, I’m happy for her. Jeffrey Long ainta his wife, Jody Long, a family law attorney.
Her case is so well documented that it is difficult not to believe her story wholeheartedly, but I xnita only One does not need to have a NDE to realize what she preaches. I am happy for her and agree people must love themselves but that is a very old message – one that i already carry with me. Shortly after her birth, her family moved to Sri Lankaand then at age two, moved to Hong Kongwhere she and her older brother Anoop grew up.
Needing certainty is a hindrance to experiencing greater levels of awareness. However, by that point, despite these treatments, her doctors informed her and her family that it was “too late” to save her life.
You can take what you like f This was an incredible book, and very much follows along the same path of self-awareness I have been traveling for the past year or two. She was pronounced dead from organ failure and four days later the doctors couldn’t find any cancer from lymphoma in her body, despite their desperate attempts.
The first is that we should not feel that we need to pray i. It is not new information, but it is easy to forget as we get caught up in our day to day lives. Let the answers come from within. What I also found appealing was how universal her message is, applying to anyone with an open heart and mind, unlike other books I have read of this genre.
And within that framework, everything that is truly mine comes into my life effortlessly, in the most magical and unexpected ways imaginable, demonstrating every day the power and love of who I truly am.
Shortly after her full recovery, Moorjani started sharing her story and the insights she gained from her NDE on the internet. View all 9 comments. This is really the only thing I have to do.
This is not a book about dying.
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In JanuaryMoorjani’s case attracted the attention of Dr. I highly recommend this book for everyone on the planet to read. Using this idea indiscriminately often makes people going through seemingly tough times feel as though they’re bad for attracting such events, and that’s just not true.
I was getting ready to admit that I was beaten. And that’s okay because that is the nature of personal spiritual experiences: January Learn how and when to remove this template message.
Dying to Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing
Kathy She has a youtube channel where she talks about her experience. Even though she describes her experience so amazingly well, I still wish I could literally get in her head and b I waited in high anticipation for this book dyong hearing Dr. Skeptics criticize the message that Anita speaks. But, I do urge you to experience the sacred writing that is so fun, for yourself.
My sense is that the very act of needing certainty is a hindrance to experiencing greater levels of awareness. Someone has to get up early, pack the VW van, buy the sugar donuts and chocolate milk, wax the board, slip moorjanl the wetsuit, and drive to the beach in the pre-morning darkness. Lists with This Book.
Personally, I really relate to her life and way of thinking prior to her being diagnosed with cancer, so this is a big wake-up call for me.
I resonated with much of what the author shared, and really feel that what she wrote truly came from her heart.
But here we have a book written by someone who attempts to draw broad, universal conclusions from her very personal experience. Retrieved 21 March