Message Worth Repeating

Anita Moorjani’s message is worth continually reviewing. Having gone into a coma in 2006 as a result of cancer, she had a near death experience that completely changed her life and explained why she had gotten ill. Once back, the tumors melted away quickly. She went on to write about her NDE experience in Dying to Be Me, which has inspired and encouraged us to appreciate our life while we still have it. Her website is:

Anita Moorjani at a 2013 TED Talk on the 5 things she learned from dying.

  1. Focus on love. Anita says that she got cancer because she didn’t love herself. The more you love yourself the less you need to control or bully others, and you will not allow others to control or bully you.
  2. Live life fearlessly. Fear doesn’t keep you safe. Love keeps you safe.
  3. Humor, laughter and joy are more important than any spiritual practice. People who laugh have less illness, and reduce the need for hospitals and prisons.
  4. Life is a gift, and all your challenges are gifts as well.
  5. The most important thing is to always be yourself. Shine your light as brightly as you can. Embrace your uniqueness. Get to know who you are and love yourself unconditionally.

Just be yourself and live life fearlessly.

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