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. In this truly inspirational memoir, Anita Moorjani relates how, after fighting cancer for almost four years, her body began shutting down—overwhelmed by the. Editorial Reviews. Review. As a doctor, this book peaked my interest, our current medicine Dying to Be Me – Kindle edition by Anita Moorjani. Download it once .
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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.
Views Read Edit View history. Jeffrey B and his wife, Jody Long, a family law attorney. Anita healed because she allowed her true spirit to shine through.
All illnesses are just symptoms of imbalance. She is simply stating what worked for her–how she anuta from cancer and is having a wonderful, fulfilling life. This is really the only thing I have to do. 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.
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She lived to tell all about it!!! It is just a path. I was riveted by Anita’s story, and could not put it down. Wayne Dyerwho contacted his publishers, Hay Houseasking them to locate Moorjani and suggest that she write a book, which they would publish.
Trying to control your thoughts or your emotions through “positive thinking” will not work. Sep 11, Renee rated it it was amazing. No trivia or quizzes yet. Dyer mentions Anita and her book numerous times. And I believe it is quite preposterous to claim a natural human emotion such as fear can cause cancer.
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I am almost finished with this book and feel extremely excited about it. I can’t stop thinking about it, and will be reading it again and again. Near death experiences and anything to do with life after death completely fascinates me as my beliefs about God, afterlife etc.
Oh, and by the way, she put an exclamation point behind that word, too. This book was interesting and kept my attention until the last few chapters. It will arrive in its own due time, dude.
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. It is the same. Her experience was amazing and part of her message is really wonderful but I found it too muddled to find myself convinced enough to agree with much of what she said.
But, I do urge you to experience the sacred writing that is so fun, for yourself. I will re-read sections for a while, I’m guessing. This book shares information that is so helpful to the understanding of the meaning of life how and why to rid yourself of the unnecessary loads and how to live this life to the fullest! View all 4 comments. From a childhood rich in culture and adventure,Anita finds out she has cancer. You won’t agree with all of them but the ones you take on will surely change your life.
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. You may choose which portion you read first or which to skip, based upon your particular bent.
In other words, being true to ourselves is more important than just trying to stay positive!
I was beginning to give up. For someone who has come from a life of privilege, I found her to znita quite the whiner.
Wayne Dyer talk about if often on his radio show. Anita and her brother both studied in British schools. I highly recommend this book for everyone on the planet to read. It seems to have changed her life.
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.
Spend time connecting with your inner self. Don’t take yourself and your problems too seriously. I have also read numerous books and heard many lectures on spirituality and “self-help”.
That also seems to be when I’m able to experience the most internal clarity and synchronicities. But after you read Anita’s near death experience and what she learned, you will see death in a whole new, beautiful light. Her story came to the attention of American self-help author, Dr.