Aug. 9, 2020

Just Who Do We Think We Are? #12, Anita Moorjani

In 2006, Anita Moorjani was dying with cancer that she'd been fighting for four years. Her body was riddled with tumors, she was in a coma, and the doctors told her husband and mother that there was nothing more they could do. It was then that she experienced a near-death experience (NDE). She writes in her book, Dying To Be Me, that during her NDE, she learned why she had cancer, and she “was able to see aspects of her future and understood that one of the reasons she chose to come back was because her experience and message would touch others.” When she awoke from her coma, amazingly, her cancer was gone. She went on to write the book, Dying To Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing, and she travels the globe to speak at conferences.

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