Book - Dying To Be Me (10th Anniversary Edition)

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Dying To Be Me
By Anita Moorjani

An updated edition of the defining memoir about miraculous healing from cancer and the spiritual discoveries that followed, with a new Afterword.

A new edition of the inspirational memoir that touched thousands - one woman's journey from cancer and near-death to ultimate healing, spiritual freedom and inner power.

Discover everything that Anita Moorjani has learned about illness, healing, overcoming fear and the true magnificence of life itself, through her battle with illness and near-death experience. In a brand-new Afterword, she tells us how her life has dramatically changed since the book's original publication, including how the discovery that she is an empath has given her a profound new perspective on her near-death experience.

After fighting cancer for almost four years, Anita's body began shutting down. She entered into an extraordinary near-death experience where she realized her inherent worth - and the actual cause of her disease. Upon regaining consciousness, Anita found that her condition had improved so rapidly that she was able to be released from the hospital within weeks. Following years of trying to forge her own path while trying to meet everyone else's expectations, she had the realization that she had the power to heal herself. This powerful book will inspire you to look within to find your true worth. When you finish the final page, you'll realize that we are all spiritual beings having the same experience and that there are miracles in the Universe beyond anything we've ever imagined.

PRODUCT DIMENSIONS
15.2cm (w) x 23cm (h) x 1.5cm (d)

ISBN
9781401969523