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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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White lights, beauty, etc. Anita Moorjani, who I have seen speak about her experience, is a well spoken, highly intelligent woman with a story that will knock your socks off. Religion is not truth. Doing, on the other hand, is future focused, with the mind creating a series of tasks that take us from here to there in order to achieve a particular outcome, regardless of our current emotional state.

The book also becomes repetitive as Moorjani explains, and then re-explains, some of the insights she’s discovered after her NDE. I didn’t buy it. She had the choice to come back or not She chose to return when she realized that “heaven” is a state, not a place View all 9 comments.

Jul 01, Sydney rated it really liked it Shelves: Her case is so well documented that it is difficult not to believe her story wholeheartedly, but I am only Again, without 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.


Dying to Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing

Being a cancer survivor myself, I understood her shock and anger in the beginning. The latter means letting ourselves be who and what we are anira judgment. I am an avid reader and I must say, whether you believe the story or not, the book was well written and is an enjoyable read.

It is important to leave yourself open to all possibilities and be willing to suspend belief and disbelief and sit with uncertainty. Here’s one of my favorite passages in the book: Anita Moorjani experienced Unconditional Love which totally healed her.

You can take what you like from this, and leave what doesn’t serve you. I still thought it would be the same old story but boy w Dying To Be Me is a book that I saw numerous times while I was looking around Netgalley. Without these tests and treatments, there would be no medical record to be studied and therefore marveled; prohibiting her pseudo-celebrity following her NDE. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. This article contains content that is written like an advertisement.

If we start to believe that it’s our negative thoughts that are creating any unpleasant situations, we can become paranoid about what we’re thinking.

Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. She is simply stating what worked for her–how she recovered from cancer and is having a wonderful, fulfilling life.

It is the same. We just have to be ourselves and express our uniqueness fearlessly. She was then invited to address the faculty and students on a regular basis, to speak about topics such as facing death, facing a prognosis of terminal illness, dealing with cancer, how to support someone with a terminal illness, fear and stress from illness, and so on. Love yourself no matter what for no reason other than because you are here.


And I believe it is quite preposterous to claim a natural human emotion such as fear can cause cancer. The book relies heavily on summary and “telling” over showing, and I yearned for more scenes and fewer abstract adjectives describing Moorjani’s emotions.

This is not a book about dying. No not for me. 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.

The doctors told her family that her body had gone into organ failure and she was in her final hours of life. In JanuaryMoorjani’s dyint attracted the attention of Dr. Had she simply had a better opinion of herself, she never would have gotten cancer in the first place.

It’s rare but it does happen. This is one of the mlorjani near-death experiencs I have come across so far. I sit with myself, walk in nature, or listen to music until I get to a centered place where I feel calm and collected.

Embrace them all and allow them to flow through you. He even wrote the forward to this book.

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Wayne Dyer talk about if often on his radio show. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. They lie annita within us, in the magnificence of our heart, mind, and soul.