A friend had sent me a YouTube link many days ago. As usual, it lay unopened in my mail box. Today as I was searching for something I came across it and the title intrigued me. It said: Anita Moorjani “Dying to be Me”. Everything happens at the right place and moment in time – and it was time. I opened the email, and it said: watch this interview of what Anita experienced on the other side – something like 30 minutes. Usually, when I see that a video is that long I file it and may never come back to it, but this time the time was right and I couldn’t help but click on it – in the middle of my busy work day in the office! (shhh…). As I listened to Anita describe her experience I was drawn to the video, and three minutes into it, I put away everything I was doing to watch this.
Here is a fresh perspective on the teachings of Abraham from someone who has probably never even heard of Abraham-Hicks.
Anita talks about how wonderful the dying experience was, how she felt love for everyone and everything and how she became all-knowing. She had been suffering from cancer for many years and was in stage four lymphoma. The death experience taught her that there was no death. She talks about all the fears with which she had lived her life where the opinion of others mattered – and in fact, mattered a lot. She realized that there was nothing to be afraid of, that all is always well, and even that she did not need to be sick with cancer, that as she lost her fears the cancer would go away.
Because Anita did not want to live her life with cancer, when she realized that the cancer would go away now that she had lost her fears, she wanted to come back and live life again, and so it was. She came out of her coma and within four days her cancer had receded appreciably. In medical science, Anita’s case histories is classified with other miracles that the doctors simply cannot explain.
What an inspiring story. Things are always working out for us. There is nothing to fear for everything is always alright. Give all your worries and concerns to the Universe (isn’t that what we all learnt in our respective religions?). This is also what Abraham’s placemat process is all about. Blessings. Zehra.