Life events and cancer.
After 30 hours of being in outer dimensional state of love Anita received zero chance to back to life form doctors. Family was already reconciled with her death and soon after 30th hour of coma she suddenly woke up. She remembered everything. Back in the other realm she had to make a choice – stay in this unconditional love state of being or go back to Earth as a human being without any suffer caused by cancer. That means she will be cured as soon as she get back. Anita picked to go back. After few days in hospital there was no track of cancer. Doctors were shiftless and totally astonished about her case. They didn’t know how to answer to family’s questions about Anita’s health status because her healing process was against scientific laws.
After reading “Dying to be me” I have some conclusions. One of the greatest denouement which touched me a lot was state of consciousness highly attached to feeling of love. We know that love is the only true feeling on our behavioral system: it’s unconditional, fully floating, warm and the most honest from all our experiences. Love is also very powerful transmitter of energy which is still undiscovered from scientific point of observation. But we don’t need science to know and feel the realness of the love. Anita Moorjani felt exactly like she was being connected in to the deepest levels of her consciousness. It was so obvious, crystal clear and absolute that she couldn’t deny any information she got from this other dimension.
Her story is truly unbelievable and for many of You will reject it or treat is as a piece of fantasy. But it’s not. Her case was documented hundreds of times and been study by various doctors around the world. Whether you believe it or not the story it is worth to go deeply because it’s extraordinary descriptions about what is on the other side. This book is totally on the top of my bookshelf and if I would be a Hollywood director I would consider Anita’s scenario as a ready-to-go script for successful theater movie.
I would like to deeply thank Anita Moorjani for sharing her story because this gave me a clear picture of what really matter in our life, not after we die but still during our trip on the Mother Earth.
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