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Anita Moorjani is the New York Times best-selling author of Dying to Be Me, an account of her nearly four-year battle with cancer that culminated in a fascinating and moving near-death experience, which vastly changed her perspective on life. Dying to Be Me, which reached the bestseller list within mostrar mais two weeks of its release and remained for nine weeks, has been translated into more than 45 languages and sold more than one million copies worldwide. Now completely cancer-free, Anita travels the globe, giving talks and workshops as well as speaking at conferences and special events to share the profound insights she gained while in the other realm. Anita was born in Singapore of Indian parents. When she was two years old, her family moved to Hong Kong, where Anita grew up. Because of her background and British education, she is multilingual and has spoken English, Cantonese, and an Indian dialect simultaneously from, an early age, later learning French. Before becoming an author and international speaker, Anita worked in the corporate world. Anita and her husband Danny recently moved from Hong Kong to the U.S. www.anitamoorjani.com mostrar menos
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Obras por Anita Moorjani

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Conhecimento Comum

Data de nascimento
1959-03-16
Sexo
female
Local de nascimento
Singapore

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Really interesting, although a little repetitive.

All in all, I enjoyed Moorjani's story - it was fascinating, and she did a great job answering the questions at the end of the book.
 
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DonnaEverhart | 15 outras críticas | Jun 21, 2022 |
> Babelio : https://www.babelio.com/livres/Moorjani-Revenue-guerie-de-lau-dela--Une-NDE-ma-s...
> Voir un extrait : https://books.google.fr/books?id=ZgBgDwAAQBAJ&hl=fr&printsec=frontcover&...

> REVENUE GUÉRIE DE L'AU-DELÀ, Une NDE m'a sauvée, par Anita Moorjani. — Le livre intitulé "Revenue guérie de l'au-delà : Une NDE m'a sauvée" est écrit par Anita Moorjani. L'histoire raconte son parcours de guérison après avoir été diagnostiquée avec un cancer en phase terminale. Cette expérience s'est produite lorsqu'elle a été brièvement déclarée morte après avoir perdu connaissance, afin de placer son corps dans un état de coma. Au cours de cette expérience, elle a vécu une expérience de mort imminente (NDE) et a constaté une transformation radicale de son état physique et émotionnel. Elle a écrit son premier livre pour partager cette expérience avec les autres et pour offrir de l'espoir et de la guérison aux personnes souffrant de maladies terminales. Le livre parle de son parcours incroyablement émouvant et met en évidence les leçons qu'elle a apprises tout au long de sa vie pour aider les autres à trouver la guérison et la paix intérieure. Il s'agit d'un livre inspirant qui touche à la fois notre coeur et notre esprit.
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Joop-le-philosophe | 15 outras críticas | Jan 13, 2022 |
Engrossing story about a woman who nearly died of cancer then experienced a miraculous recovery. The account provides some evidence that our physical well being may, in some cases, be linked to our beliefs.
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Consciousness_Cafe | 15 outras críticas | Mar 1, 2021 |
I went back and forth on this one. The good is that she has valuable advice and perspective to offer. She has a unique way of talking about the importance of your emotional state, being love, being magnificent and sharing that magnificence with the world, allowing things to happen but keep doing what you love and the right things will happen. This was in contrast to using positive thought and attempting to attract what you want by wishing it. Her view is a useful one. If it was a religion, I would call it the Religion of Leo (the astrological sign), because it reminds me of that sign's propensity to be warm, loving, beaming with radiance like the sun in the sky, but for which others get the impression they are self-centered or living like the world revolves around them. Despite those misgivings of some people, I actually value her perspective.

There was a lot to dislike unfortunately. She writes well, but emotionally flat--which doesn't sit ideally in a description of a near-death experience. My personal disappointment was with the lacking spiritual, or otherworldly details in her out-of-body experience. When I read this genre I am most intrigued by what one encounters on the other side. I imagine it's hard to put into words feelings of infinity or just how pure unconditional love can be. But I wanted more description. I was disappointed that part of the precious space for describing the out-of-body experience was instead used to formulate an analogy, and that was left to suffice. The analogy may be useful, but that can come later.

The out-of-body experience was lacking characteristics that I've come to recognize as earmarks. So it made me feel that she generalized too much or left out important details. When she described that she sensed the essence? or presence? of loved ones, but gave no description of it, that was too vague for me, and seemed inconsistent with other accounts I've read.

The serious problem with the book is how far she takes her extrapolations. She went beyond the veil, felt infinite unconditional love, she was the love, she was divinity, divinity was her, felt the connectedness to everyone and everything, etc--but that doesn't mean that you saw everything there is to see, and gained all the knowledge there is to gain. For example, she didn't see a Hell, so now she simply pronounces there is no Hell--while many others who have died have seen Hell, experienced Hell in gruesome detail. Her account is that there was no judgement from the unconditional love. But even within this context Hell can still exist if only in the form of a person who is judging themselves.

The worst part is the floatsam like the magic of how she got her book deal, met Wayne Dyer, a recounting of the similar details from Wayne Dyer and then his secretary, etc.--which was obviously used to fluff the page count.
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micahammon | 15 outras críticas | Dec 19, 2020 |

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