Monday, October 17, 2011

Dying to Be Me.

Here is an interview with our dear friend, Anita Moorjani, who experienced a complete, spontaneous remission of her terminal cancer following an NDE in 2006. We are thrilled that she is able to not only put her incomprehensible experience into comprehensible language, but that it validates so much of the Risen material, including the purpose of being and beingness, how we are responsible for choosing our own thoughts about our self, the nature of beliefs and how they form our world, and how race-consciousness beliefs form our shared reality; identifying those from ego-mind that are running (and ruining) our life; how time is used on Earth; what sounds like her ongoing process in understanding the "pastime of reincarnation" and a lot more. Rather than elaborate on any specific resonances with the Risen transmission, we prefer to let Anita's words speak for herself. This is also our approach to finding our answers to our own questions, by referring to one's own experience as the basis of authority of Authentic Self. Perhaps her sharing will also help clarify some of the Risen offerings as well.


Her book, which will be released in March 2012, and can be pre-ordered, is Dying To Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing.

Thanks to Rob for bringing this wonderful material to our attention, who adds that her experience "highlights the importance of our state of ‘being’ rather than the need to physical pursue some life ‘attainment.' "

2 Comments:

At Sat Dec 31, 12:20:00 AM 2011, Anonymous Rick Mack, Columbus, Ohio said...

I have watched several of the interviews on Youtube with Anita. She tells one of the most convincing stories I have ever heard about the specifics of her NDE, and I have listened to many. She learned, while in heighten states of consciousness from being in a coma, that acting out of her fears caused her body cancer .

Once returning to her body to carry out her life purpose, which was actually just being herself rather than trying to please others, and eliminating fear-based actions with love of self, in addition to others, she managed to rid her body of the cancer and lives to tell her story in hopes of being of help to others.

 
At Fri Apr 20, 04:59:00 AM 2012, Anonymous Luxembourg said...

As other reviewers have said, this is a life-changing book. Anita uses a delicate articulation to describe her experience in the afterlife which lead to an understanding of the Universe.
I feel complete after reading this book with no desire to continue reading other versions on the same topic. Just beautiful, thought-provoking and path-changing.

 

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