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BOOK REVIEW
Year : 2015  |  Volume : 11  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 245

Dying To Be Me


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Date of Web Publication16-Apr-2015

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Huilgol NN. Dying To Be Me. J Can Res Ther 2015;11:245

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Huilgol NN. Dying To Be Me. J Can Res Ther [serial online] 2015 [cited 2017 Nov 24];11:245. Available from: http://www.cancerjournal.net/text.asp?2015/11/1/245/155272


Author: Anita Moorjani

Publisher: Hay House Publishers (India) Pvt Ltd

Price: Rs. 350. 00

Year of Publication: 2012

Stories of out of body experiences paranormal phenomenon abound in literature. This book of a cancer survivor Anita Moorjani to adds this vast literature, lending credence to out of body experience. Anita Moorjani was taught in her culture to put others first and herself last. She quotes that cherishing the self comes first and caring for others is the inevitable outcome.

Anita Moorjani came of an orthodox Hindu family. She grew up to believe in reincarnation and karma. Her Hindu religion also taught her meditation and chanting. This leads to the quest for enlightenment. Her writing, her words are so beautifully written, each word describes something out of this world. For 4 years she fought the cancer that ravaged her body very badly. She had her family and with their love and help she took it on very bravely. She was admitted to hospital where she went into a coma. Doctors had given up hope that she would live again. She felt it was almighty's graces that this lovely lady, pure-hearted Anita Moorjani who went into coma, saw in the coma, the ethereal world, her father, her dear friend who had died of cancer. She even saw the nurse and doctors who were treating her. When she came out of her coma, she was also completely cured of cancer claims Anita Moorjani. There is a complete purity of thought, and one gets absorbed with the book and one does not feel like leaving the book till one reaches the end. Anita Moorjani now lives in Hong Kong with her husband. She is working as intercultural consultant. She is accessible on www.anitamoorjani.com.

Patients with cancer undergo a lot of emotional turmoil. Anita Moorjani's book is a testament to the rarely discussed aspects of emotional changes. Perhaps after life experiences in a moment of deep distress falls in the other side of the spectrum. Physicians treating terminally-ill patients should be more aware of aspects of illness which goes beyond the physical.

Anita Moorjani's inspirational book is a reminder of that need. It is well written in a simple yet elegant style.




 

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