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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It is possible that she was chosen to suffer close to death and have the NDE in order to come back and have her story serve as validation for the rest of us.
Although Moorjani’s healing is certainly miraculous and there are aspects of her story that I found both fascinating and moving, ultimately I couldn’t fully embrace this book for two reasons. This woman had cancer tumors the size of lemons from the base of her neck to the bottom of her abdomen. She simply relates her experience and shares what it all meant to her, without giving formulas that others should follow.
The book relies heavily on summary and “telling” over showing, and I yearned for more scenes and fewer abstract adjectives describing Moorjani’s emotions. Approval of others is unimportant. Hay House; Unabridged Version edition 1 March I could not put this book down and want to always have it near to dykng me of what is important. Maybe she feels it takes away from her story.
dyinng 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.
It doesn’t sound woowoo, yet certainly convinced me to love myself with fervor. Again, aniya judging the truth of her claims that she went into a hospital to die of cancer, had an NDE and woke up knowing she was cancer freeI still have to judge by my own lights the believability of her philosophy.
Kathy She has a youtube channel where she talks about her experience. Dylng is not trying to convince anyone of anything. You don’t have to forgive or let go to attain anything.
Dying to Be Me Quotes by Anita Moorjani
You can take what you like from this, and leave what doesn’t serve you. I can’t stop thinking about it, and will be reading it again and again. It’s more important about how I’m feeling about myself while I’m having this day or week. But after you read Anita’s near death experience and what she learned, you will see death in a whole new, beautiful light.
Eat what you love and enjoy it. Since I have arthritis, I might relate to this book on another level than someone who is completely healthy in the body and the mind. 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.
It is the same. I saw the author on PBS and was touched by her authenticity and spirit.
The book als Although Moorjani’s healing is certainly miraculous and there are aspects of her story that I found both fascinating and moving, ultimately I couldn’t fully embrace this book for two reasons. 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. South China Morning Post: Namely, that “Dying to be Me” is a book ideally suited for people who are on a spiritual path as opposed to a religious path.
Anita Moorjani, who I have seen speak about her experience, is a well mr, highly intelligent woman with a story that will knock your socks off.
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The act of needing certainty hinders experiencing greater levels of awareness. Anyone know of any concepts or situation presented in this book that is too koorjani for a 5th grader? Retrieved from ” https: It is basically a memoir and lacks the factual details regarding her diagnosis, illness and cure. I hope everyone will read it. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Are you happy, now?
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 amita genre. Long, who questioned Moorjani further to verify her case, and subsequently posted her story on the home page of his website as he felt hers was an “exceptional NDE”.