Anita Moorjani tells her incredible life and death story. Very inspirational, and if true, then we of us, who have not yet suffered and died (and returned), will never learn it's secrets. Nor am I positively sure that the Creator would want us to know or we would know already. This is my main problem with the book. Things that Ms Moorjani speaks about such as terrible criminal things that some humans do to one another - that we should think very differently of them and treat them differently. This seems an almost impossible human trait to do for most of us. I'm not sure if these are Ms Moorjani's own ideas or truths from a higher being's truths for us to even know. I did enjoy the book, however, and it did make me look at some things differently, if only for a few days..
This subject garners great interest; however, Hay House (perhaps due to the pressure from Wayne Dyer to publish this person rather than genuine excitement about a properly considered book) did not ensure that this book was compellingly written or at all engagingly performed, or even all that interesting on the whole. One has to wonder how far this book would have gotten if it had been submitted with all the others instead of insisted upon by Wayne Dyer, since it's not actually a very enjoyable read. Incredibly, this book manages to relay the most spell-bindingly fascinating of human experiences in a way that left me feeling nothing but unbelievably bored. It's ponderous and frustratingly vague about the author's experience, and there's a lot of filler about irrelevant life details that hold no interest. In addition, the author isn't a book reader. The reading is frustratingly slow, dull, flat, and plodding. Just because someone had an incredible experience doesn't mean the experience won't need to be crafted into a good book. Hay House should either have put more time into making this book better or opted out of publishing it. Major developmental and occasional copy errors only add to the book's disappointment. The poor publishing cheats the author, the readers, and most importantly, the story itself. But that's what usually happens when things aren't vetted in the normal way (or at least worked on until they make the grade). I wish I could say something better, but if a subject is worth the trouble of publishing, it's worth publishing decently, and Hay House really dropped the ball on this in my opinion. This is as fascinating a subject as one can get, and yet the book was so boring and poorly developed that it took me tremendous self-discipline to finish. I hate blasting a book, but this was such a let-down. Sorry to all involved.
This book has been life-changing for me. No other book or teacher has helped me KNOW that the best thing I can do for the world is to truly be myself. This is such a relaxing, healing understanding. Awesome.
When Anita was in the NDE and saw that she IS love at the core, that she exists at the center of her universe, and that loving feelings about herself ripple out to benefit all beings.
Great voice. Musical. A joy to listen to.
What an interesting book.
This was thought provoking and kept me interested from beginning to end. It is a book that stays with you and keeps you thinking about life and the way you are living it.
I read for fiction for fun, and non-fiction about things I am curious about.
It is comforting to know that our spirit continues to live when our body dies. Anita’s experience and development of awareness from the NDE experience to being healed from cancer is a spiritual miracle. If you are a skeptic to NDE experiences, this book will give confirmation from a medical profession that this fantastic medical miracle actually happened. In my opinion, the message if this book has mind-plowing implications for all of humanity.
It is fantastic to know that such healing is possible. And even though I deeply respect and admire the medical profession for helping many people, this book is a reminder of how the medical profession is limiting its development by requiring scientific proof for anything to be accepted as real. The truth is that life after death is very real, even if spiritual consciousness currently cannot be scientifically documented or measured. (Einstein's theories were always true...even before we were able to make the scientific proof)
I want to thank Anita Moorjani for reminding us that we are spirits who only temporarily live in an ego, mind and body. She reminds us that we are all connected and that we are love and we are deeply loved, and that we can find heaven on earth.
That it really happened. Anita's honesty about her life, dreams and aspirations and faults. Her insights and the power of the insights to change our physiology and perception.
Yes. When she realized she had such power and that she had spent her whole life giving away this power to people and institutions external to her.
Anita reminds us that we come into this world truly magnificent and that we should never forget this. We come from spirit, we are spirit and we return to spirit. The journey here is a spiritual one. The magic of life exists in the spiritual realm. Most disease is just an outward reflection of being spiritually lost. The true path back to health and wellness is to reconnect with our spiritual essence.
Written from love
Loved it! For those looking for peace of spirit this one is for you.
Yes I would. Hope and Love.
This book gave me so much hope in life and the here after. Love and non judgement
No, only this one.
Yes, but I couldn't.
You have to open your mind to enjoy this book. I hope you can because this book is so inspirational.
Just another human like all the rest ;)
The whole journey itself.
The near death, return and miraculous healing.
A fantastic book with awesome back story, build up and climax. I would add one personal note and that is a statement to everyone. Life can be hard on this world, it may be difficult to make the right choices for a better tomorrow, but for the sake of yourself and this world, do not take the easy way out of life and just relax and treat yourself to whatever. Keep in mind that your actions create the world and sometimes purchasing sacrifice is necessary to help our world out of the sate of abuse it is now in.
This is in regards to Anita's change in lifestyle after her NDE. Not saying Anita just does whatever now and doesn't care about the industries she supports with her diet choices or otherwise. I'm just saying not to interpret her change in lifestyle to one of complacency and ignorance to the worlds suffering.
I'm sure anyone with even the slightest interest in spirituality or NED will love this book! :) <3
Yes over and over again. This book is life changing.
The message of self love.
The entire book.
Her final words.
A must listen for everyone.