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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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Let the answers come from within. UnfortunatelyI didn’t. I waited in high anticipation for this book after hearing Dr. Why was I always forsaking myself?

As a cancer survivorI wish she were more forthright about those facts. There is no doubt in my mind that something miraculous happened to Anita. Her cancer didn’t miraculously disappear – it receded over time. Or has the choice already been made for you?

Had you just loved yourself more, you never would have gotten sick in the first place. Feb 19, Judith rated it it was amazing. Jul moorjaani, Anna rated it did not like it.

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.

Anita Moorjani

Moorjani had large lemon sized tumors all over her upper body from her neck to her abdomen. It was as though I became them. I wo I am almost finished with this book and feel extremely excited about it.


Needing certainty is a hindrance to experiencing greater levels of awareness. It’s one of those books that I will read again and again just to be reminded what life is truly about. Moorjani does not take us on the same old white light trip, nor does she preach or claim to have any answers. My sense is that the very act of needing certainty is a hindrance go experiencing greater levels of awareness.

I would recommend this book to anyone who is feeling misplaced, discouraged or lost in their lives.

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. More possible coincidences happen in my life when I’m in this state of allowing.

But after you read Anita’s near death experience and what she learned, you will see death in a whole new, beautiful light. With that said, I have to say that I really enjoyed this work, as I found it to be both thought-provoking and compelling.

This woman had cancer tumors the size of lemons from the base of her neck to the bottom of her abdomen.

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. Trivia About Dying to Be Me: 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.


Dying to Be Me Quotes by Anita Moorjani

It is basically a memoir and lacks the factual details regarding her diagnosis, illness and cure. This book is rife with the same empty language and lack of personal responsibility as it claims that all decisions are predestined. I am happy that dyig was healed and chose to come back to share her message and I love what Near death experiences and omorjani to do with life after death completely fascinates me as my beliefs about God, afterlife etc.

View all 9 comments. Quotes from Dying to Be Me: We are true love. 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. She antia intelligently, which I like, because it shows that she respects her readers. 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.

When you let go of fear and love yourself unconditionally, you touch cying lives of everyone around you because we are all connected.