In this truly inspirational audio book, Anita Moorjani relates how, after fighting cancer for almost four years, her body began shutting down - overwhelmed by the malignant cells spreading throughout her system. As her organs failed, she entered into an extraordinary near-death experience (NDE) where she realized her inherent worth... and the actual cause of her disease. Upon regaining consciousness, Anita found that her condition had improved so rapidly that she was released from the hospital within weeks - without a trace of cancer in her body!
Anita had been pushed and pulled by cultural and religious customs since she was a little girl. After years of struggling to forge her own path while trying to meet everyone else’s expectations, she had the realization, as a result of her epiphany on the other side, that she had the power to heal herself... and that there are miracles in the Universe that she’d never even imagined.
In Dying to Be Me, Anita freely shares all she has learned about illness, healing, fear, “being love,” and the true magnificence of each and every human being!
©2012 Hay House (P)2012 Hay House
I am a miracle worker. Doing what I can to choose love over fear.
First of all, I want to explain why I rated this book as I did. If you are not familiar with Dr. Dyer's work, his teachings which are built upon the Christian selfhelp course. "A course in miracles" makes Dyer the perfect host when it comes to showing the world the way through cancer and a near death experience. I was so excited after his preface that I texted every friend of mine which could possibly have an interest in this story. I should have waited because after Dyer's preface you get a memoir which should have been made into a shorter speech instead of a long book. Her story is too important to be ruined by biographical tools to make the book longer. When the book was nearly four hours from the end I could no longer take the details which didn't apply to the story she told. This is sad because this near death experience is one of those you "know" is true. Let us hope for an abridged version where Wane Dyer reads the entire book from start to finish. Not just the preface.
I would recommend the book to people who are specially interested in near death experiences, however I would make sure that they knew the book does contain lots of unnecessary information when it comes to this genre.
The one where she is ind the hospital knowing that she is dying and the only thing she feels is pure love.
It's hard to cut anyone because this is a memoir, I would cut a lot of chapters though.
If you like near death experiences you might like this one, but be aware that you can also end up being disappointed, because the book does not stop in time. So you might end up feeling like your dragged along.
I think this is a great book about the power of letting go of fear.
Life After Death which is book from the 1970's. It is an in depth story about one woman's journey. Life After Death is an account of many peoples NDE. The difference is that Dying To Be Me tells more about the life story and how the NDE changed Anita's life
either is good. I can use my imagination in both.
Her words and feelings could be felt.
yes, but I listen to it in my car. I do a lot of driving.
I am going to buy this book for others, to give them permission to LOVE themselves.
I couldn't stop listening to this one - spent time sitting in the car in parking lots and and in the garage - hated to see it end. A fascinating, true and well-told story of Anita's miracle recovery from cancer and the near death experience which saved and changed her life. She communicates the insights that she gained from her experience in a non-preachy way; it's clear that she wants to help others. I also enjoyed reading about her interesting life - born of Indian parents and living in Hong Kong, she was exposed to many cultures and several religions, all of which helped to form her. Highly recommended.
I've been studying near death experiences as a hobby for many years, starting with Raymond Moody's "Life After Life" in the early 80's. This is the best near death story, and the most inspiring and uplifting book on the subject I've ever come across. The author is genuine, likable and funny. I highly recommend this book to anyone with an interest in improving their life.
Her description of the overwhelming love she felt and the message given to her by her deceased father.
It is inspirational in a very down to earth way.
Anita Moorjani, no doubt, for her honesty.
This book is about her own life. She reads it herself in a very warm and honest way wanting to inspire and help others.
I can't say as I only have the audio version but plan on buying the print version to be able to read over and over again what Anita message is to us after she comes back from her NDE.
None I have read
Her voice to her own story.
My extreme reaction was peace and understanding. There are many books written on why we are here and how should we live and what happens when we die. But she has it all in a story form most people can identify with.
As a spiritualist minister who helps the sick overcome their illness, the dying cross over and the living deal with losing loved one I have recommended this book to many people who have come back and thanked me as it has brought them comfort and information to deal with their current fears and issues.
yes because is very clear and well narrated
the part that it is a real story
Perfectly wonderful. Touching and inspiring. I've heard it twice in less than a month, which is not usual for me. Thankful.
Of the few books that I have listened to on the topic of spirituality, this book is at the top.
Chapters 7 through 9 were a very clear and concise account of dying and the immediate life after.
I liked Anita's reading of the book. She has a clear and soothing voice. She also reads at a speed that suits the topic. I found the book easy to understand.
I have been on a spiritual quest for many yrs and I found it easy to agree with all of the information that Anita gives in this book, including the account of what happened to her in her "near death experience". And . . . she took me beyond where I was in my spiritual quest / journey with her confident description of her experience. My one small non-positive comment is that the "set-up" (in chapters 1 through 6) for the main idea, may have been a little wordy.
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