When Anita Moorjani was diagnosed lymphoma in 2002. Her organs stopped one by one and she sinks into a coma, she gets an extraordinary near-death experience in which her life and the negative patterns that had caused all perceives brightness for her illness. She wrote an incredible book about a Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing.
Completely unexpectedly Anita comes back from a coma and it appears that the cancer has disappeared from her body.
A few weeks later she left the hospital and is clear to her that she has to share this remarkable story with the world.
“You can reach your soul through your heart and your emotions,” says Moorjani.
“Your soul is your core, your essence, it’s who you are and how you’re meant to be. Your soul is the real you, because you are not your body. It is light, the baby that you were after birth. You were more connected to your soul. You came here, happy, smiling, ready to experience life and then that light dimmed with the years because we physically go in life. Your soul is actually suppressed and there is fear instilled in you.”
She explains using the following example: If you try to push a beach ball under water, the beach ball comes up automatically. The ball does not become smaller, but the water pressed against it. The beach ball is your soul that is constantly being pushed under water and have to fight to stay afloat, says Moorjani.
Try to imagine that once you have no body anymore. You will realize that you are not your body, not associated with a particular ‘race’, do not have specific color and have no gender. All these elements are part of your physical condition, she explains. What remains is the essence, the essence and that is love.
Love does not discriminate and has no conditions, ego and fear. All this is caused by culture, race and gender. If you can see a person’s true essence, you see love, says Moorjani. It is the basis of our existence, it’s who we are.
“We are often afraid to fail and not to be accepted and to make choices based on achieving more success and greater acceptance,” she says. “So we lose our authenticity, our authenticity, lost. In this way you make yourself dead inside. You always have a choice: either you swim against yourself and your own heart, or you swim against the masses. Which choice you surrender?”