Wellness Warrior TV: Interview With Anita Moorjani (1 of 2)
I am giddy with excitement to share today’s blog with you. I finished reading a brilliant book not too long ago called Dying To Be Me by Anita Moorjani. This book is about how after battling lymphoma cancer for four long years, Anita was almost on her last breaths. She had tumours from the base of her skull to the bottom of her spine, her lungs were full of fluid, she was so emaciated that she couldn’t hold her own head up, and she had to have medical equipment to assist her with breathing and eating. It was clear to everyone that Anita was dying. Her condition became so grave that she was rushed to hospital and went into a coma. While in the coma, Anita had a near death experience. 30 hours later she awoke from her coma, and four days later her body was healed.
Yes, that’s right. Anita went from having stage 4B cancer to a complete healing in a matter of days.
If you listen to Wayne Dyer on Hay House Radio at all, you may have heard him raving about Anita and her incredibly story. After being introduced to her, Wayne was so impressed that he asked if he could write the forward for her book.
This book has changed my perception of cancer yet again, and has left me even less afraid of its presence in my life. The message I received most strongly from the book is to just let go and surrender to the perfection of the present moment. To stop struggling, and to always act and do things out of love for myself rather than out of fear of cancer.
I had the absolute pleasure of chatting with Anita about her experience, and the incredibly wisdom she gained from it. I am so excited to share this with you guys! The entire interview is about 35 minutes long, so I’ve split it into two parts, which I will roll out today and tomorrow. If you’re at work or can’t sit through it all now, I highly recommend coming back to it later because Anita fires one massive nugget of wisdom after another.
This is what you will hear in Part 1:
+ Anita sharing her story in her own words.
+ What Anita believes was the cause of her cancer.
+ Anita’s advice to those of us healing from cancer naturally and why our focus should not be on “getting rid of the cancer”.
Check out Part 1 of my interview here:
What do you think of my interview with Anita and her story?
Positive affirmation for the day: I love myself unconditionally.
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