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?. Dying to Be Me has ratings and reviews. In this truly inspirational memoir, Anita Moorjani relates how, after fighting cancer for almost four years, her. 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.
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We can attend a temple or church, sit on the beach, drink a margarita, take in a glorious sunset with a loved one, or walk through the park enjoying an ice cream. I’m not necessarily doubting her honesty — there’s antia chance that what happened to her was real — but some of her conclusions seem more appropriate to her dyying life experience and the issues that she had to personally work through, and shouldn’t be extrapolated to apply to the totality of human existence.
But after you read Anita’s near death experience and what she learned, you will see death in a whole new, beautiful light.
Moorjani said she had a strong reluctance to return to her suffering and dying physical body, but was encouraged to return by her father and best friend who told her that she needed to return and to “live her life fearlessly”. I sit with myself, walk in nature, or listen to music until I get to a centered place where I feel calm and collected. Jul 31, Lucia rated it it bbe amazing.
In Februarywhile living and working in Hong KongMoorjani was diagnosed with lymphoma after finding a lump on her neck. A superb book for which I have written a good amount of notes that I plan to read often. Never have I come across a clearer way to live life than that exemplified by Anita Moorjani.
Being love is being ourselves. As moorjain of a traditional Hindu family residing in a largely Chinese and British society, she had been pushed and pulled by cultural and religious customs since she had been a little girl. If you don’t think you are magnificent this book will change your mind This is a read over and over and over again because it’s so full of new ideas.
As her organs failed, she entered into an extraordinary near-death experience where she realised dhing inherent tto Embrace your ego too. They are more healing than anything else. She repeats again and again how important it is to know how to connect to this higher part of ourselves in order to heal, get rid of various deep rooted fears, and to fulfill the unique purpose of our individual Being.
They lie deep within us, in the magnificence of our heart, mind, and soul. In this truly inspirational memoirAnita Moorjani relates how, after fighting cancer for almost four years, her body—overwhelmed by the malignant cells spreading throughout her system—began shutting down. Anita’s experience is very different from other NDEs I read about because not only was she “on the other side” but she was also healed from terminal cancer, when doctors believed she had only hours to live, as her organs had started shutting down.
Oct 27, Kenny rated it it was ok Shelves: So, other than a friend’s recommendation and the book’s description on Amazon. For someone who has come from a life of privilege, I found her to be quite the whiner. She is simply stating what worked for her–how she recovered from cancer and is having a wonderful, fulfilling life.
From a childhood rich in culture and adventure,Anita finds out she has cancer.
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Vicky Allen, journalist at The Herald Scotland, states “These people are at the centre of a disturbing approach to illness, and cancer in particular, that sees it as a disease to be tackled with the mind and positive thinking. I wanted to take a highlighter to it and mark it all up so I could save it in my mind and take her words with me through out my day dyin day life.
Sep 11, Renee rated it it was amazing.
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. Ultimately, whichever path we choose is the right one for us, and none of these options are any more or less spiritual than the others.
Jul 29, Anna rated it did not like it. Why did I never stand up for myself and show the world the beauty of my own soul? You can take what you like from this, and leave what doesn’t serve you. Ding Dyer talk about if often on his radio show.
Dying to Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing
What I had a hard time with and that’s why I eventually lost interest in the book is that she pretty much says that if we get cancer or other diseases, it’s our thinking that causes it. Here’s one of my favorite passages in the book: 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.
Maybe she needed a Ghostwritermaybe I chafed at her repetitive and monotonous tone. Retrieved 3 September Her account includes an out-of-body experience with observations and awareness of physical surroundings. As I read more and more, I realized that what she describes has rung true countless times in my life. International Association for Near-Death Studies.
Having just lost a dear friend to cancer, I wasn’t anlta all sure reading about someone’s miraculous cure was a good idea, but a series of events led me to this book.
I betrayed myself every time I said yes when I meant no! Published March 1st by Hay House first published January 1st UnfortunatelyI didn’t. And her style is easy to read, and she is able to simplify complex ideas and articulate t I just LOVED this book, and it was life changing for me.
Had she simply had a better opinion of mokrjani, she never would have gotten cancer in the first place. It seems to have changed her life.
Anywayfor what it’s worth I found this book poorly written, highly confusing esp. I highly recommend this book for everyone on the planet to read. Anita Moorjani experienced Unconditional Love which totally healed her. Or has the choice already been made Quite the hard pill to swallow — at times it is laced with rather insightful observations regarding self-worth, and at others it is filled with hyperbolic love speak that is tantamount to any garden-variety, acid-induced ramblings in the parking lot of a Phish concert.
Rather than feeling inspired by what she wrotei feel let down in some way. Another person’s spiritual experience is never much use to me; its personal dyong makes it extremely subjective.
Her experience was amazing and part of her dyiing is really wonderful but I vying it too muddled to find myself convinced enough to agree with much of what she said.
She also contradicted herself numerous times which was annoying. The act of needing certainty hinders experiencing greater levels of awareness.