What Anita Moorjani’s near-death experience tells us about the miracle process and quantum leaps
The ego really does not want me to write this article. No really it doesn’t. The ego does not want me to share with you this book Dying To Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing by Anita Moorjani.
I’ve been meaning to write this article for months. Yet every time I approached it, the ego hit us with setbacks.
I feel a personal connection to Dying To Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing for many reasons. One reason is that Anita Moorjani had her near-death experience in early February 2006. Indeed, her near-death experience was the EXACT SAME WEEK as mine. The near-death experience that put me on the path to becoming a healer and writing this blog.
In Dying To Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing, Anita Moorjani shares with us her years-long battle with cancer. She shares how she got all the way to the brink of death, to the point of no return. She had only hours to live and had fallen into a coma. Her organs were failing. She had lemon-sized tumors throughout her body. She had become frail and skeleton-like. She crossed over. There was nothing doctors could do to save her life.
And while crossing over into the “other world,” she had an experience of unconditional love so profound that something … shifted. That’s how miracles arise, out of felt shifts in our body. In essence, she changed her mind about wanting to die.
I won’t spoil all the details. Read her amazing book Dying To Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing to learn more. Suffice it to say, she came back into her body. Her organs miraculously began to function again. Within a few weeks, the tumors had disappeared into the nothingness from whence they came.
What she shows us so potently in Dying To Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing is that healing is of the mind and not of the body.
Besides the fact that her near-death experience was the same week as mine in 2006, Anita Moorjani speaks to me and to our mission with Holistic Belief Reprogramming in other ways as well.
First, she demonstrates that no situation is hopeless or incurable. I have seen this several times with my cats. Both Fritz and Harvey had miraculous recoveries when Western medicine could not save them … because I used Holistic Belief Reprogramming to clear dark emotions rapidly and I … changed my mind about the outcome. If only I had the strength to do it again in November 2016 when we lost Harvey. Fritz came back from hopeless kidney failure. Harvey came back from hopeless congestive heart failure. They both proved that nothing is impossible, when you make up your mind.
Second, she shines a light on the miracle or quantum leap process. Most of the focus of the book Dying To Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing, of course, is on the miraculous recovery. As a coach, I am equally interested in the four years of frustration and anguish before that. It seems to me she was clearly on a path of healing before her diagnosis. I see the sickness itself as a vehicle of healing. It appeared she was not making progress most of the time, banging her head against the wall so to speak.
But actually, this is how miracles and quantum leaps often occur. This is why I tell all of you not to listen to the ego when its voice gets the loudest and darkest. Anita Moorjani “failed” to heal herself for four years. She went into a place so dark that most of us cannot even imagine it. She went all the way to the “other side” before she changed her mind and came back. And yet from my perspective as a coach, all of the frustration leading up to that moment of transformation was ALL part of the quantum leap. It was in the dark before the dawn, in the shadow of death, that she found the will to live and love again.
This is why I do everything in my power to keep you committed to Holistic Belief Reprogramming when all the chips are down … you gotta hang in there long enough to build the foundation for the quantum leap, even when it appears it will “never work.” Perhaps without even realizing it, that’s exactly what Anita Moorjani did.
Learn more here by reading her powerful book yourself: Dying To Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing