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Dying To Be Me
My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing
by Anita Moorjani
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Foreword by Wayne Dyer, published by Hay House
On a scale
of 1-5 stars,
this book deserves
a meteor shower!
A profound book that is well written, clear, and easy to read.
Dying To Be Me is one of the finest books about a
spiritually transformative experience (STE) I’ve ever read.
If you like to read uplifting books about near-death experiences,
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Hi Marilynn, I just finished reading this book about 10 days ago. I agree- an excellent book - a definite thumbs up. ( I would also add that Wayne Dyers book, Wishes Fulfilled, is a good companion volume to Moorjani's book ) I have to say, at first it really angered me. The author through no effort of her own essentially receives not only healing, but a a certain level of enlightnement. I finished it despite my irritation of once more reading of anothers personal healing after 30 years plus trying to heal myself. In the end I am trying to apply her experiences towards my own situtation - but it is not the same as having your own personal experience which frees the mind and the spirit and opens it to a new perception. Valuble insights and tools but still a bit like wading through the mud in comparison.
Hugs Cheyenne..I understand..many blue times myself...but really glad to hear of another positive book...all I can do right now...xxxooo...Sarah
Thx Sarah, Hugs to you too ! It IS a wonderful book. Just very difficult to keep reading of others healings after all these years - can't help but wonder why.. not me, esp. when one has tried to to their part by moving the garbage out of the way.
I am so praying for a mutual big understanding, further cleansing and and breakthrough..I really relate..and so appreciate you kndness, being here and perseverence..LOVE..Sarah
I agree with that prayer, Sarah, Amen. Cheyenne, God works in mysterious ways. Many ask me why God won't heal me, and all I know is that I have been told that my illness serves a purpose. Maybe it's that simple, even though it does suck. Many Blessings, Marilynn
I read this, and I actually enjoyed the blog on Wayne Dyers site about her NDE better then the book.. In just a few pages it summed up everything that I thought was important. The book describes her life as a child,and growing up and although some people may have felt that helped, I was kind of bored with it.. What I did enjoy is her description once she was on the other side.. it ties in better with my own experiences,and made a lot of sense.. I understand how you must feel Cheyanne, I didnt know you were ill, I am sorry to hear that, but Anita is a rare bird indeed because not everyone gets the opportunity she did, to be that sick,a nd make a miraculous recovery, it was in her plan
I am now seeing death as a reward, not something to be feared, so If I were to leave this plane, I welcome that, I just hope that there isnt a lot of suffering, that is all I have any concerns over, but it took a long time for me to get where I am.. Having an OBE played a huge part in this, and I am grateful that GOD allowed that experience for me..
It is only when you become aware of death that you want to know what life is about. Once you come to terms with death and you are conscious that you will die, you will want to make every moment of your life as beautiful as possible.
~ Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev
I really love this quote, It gives us the opportunity to enjoy life in a more profound way, for without death, we would not be making the effort to make every moment count, and see life as the precious gift that it is...
This is the blog I was referring to on Wayne Dyers website..
Thanks Janice for the heads up on the blog site , I would like to buy the book but going on 2 years unemployment.
Thanks Marilynn. Yes it does suck doesn't it ? I think knowing the suffering has a purpose does help some to carry the burden. I know if God sent a message to me saying, " Well ya know Cheyenne all this is helping to Blah blah blah, I would do anything for God, but there's just been a lot of confusion, and unknowing.. but you've heard it all before - sorry I'm such a whiner ! God Bless.
You've never been a whiner, Cheyenne. One of the reasons physical suffering is so difficult, I believe from my own experience, is not just in the suffering itself. But in all the ramifications of disability in a world that doesn't embrace the long term disabled. I can't tell you how many times I've had people tell me it's selfish for me to stay alive because of the expense involved in doing so. That is such a hurtful thing to say to someone who is sick. Who would raise my kids?
But I think all of us who are disabled, feel in our hearts like we are just lazy somehow and that if we could just work this or that out, we could get back to work, etc. etc., and we could do it this time. It really affects our self-esteem to be unable to work, and have to figure out how to get by on the resources which are available to those who are disabled. And it is amazing, too, how many people never believe how sick you are no matter how bad it gets. Since the only way to prove it is to die, you just live with that condemnation.
I hope you can relate to this, Cheyenne. I think the pain of disability goes way more deep than just the physical suffering, which in itself is very hard. But it does eat away at our self-esteem.
Just a couple of days ago, I was talking to a Social Security Disability person who was being very condescending. I looked up at him and said, "You are very young. Don't think this can't happen to you, too." Then he straightened up and became very helpful.
The irony is that you probably think you whine too much, Cheyenne, because people have told you that if you tell them the truth, the way things really are, you're feeling sorry for yourself. So . . . there's the other contradiction. You can't really openly discuss the difficulties you face on a daily basis without fear of being called a whiner, and then you are judged as lazy because others don't really get it that you are absolutely and truly disabled because you spare them the details.
You've never been a whiner, Cheyenne. I have a ton of respect for you.
Much Love, Marilynn
Me too Cheyenne..prayers to you and your mom..hugs...Sarah