Anita Moorjani had lymphoma, which had spread throughout her body, and her organs were beginning to shut down. As she slipped into a coma, doctors were resigned to the fact that she was in her last hours of life. Yet Anita experienced what has been termed a near-death experience (NDE), and within 24 hours of coming out of the coma, she had a newfound knowing about her own life. Subsequently, her body healed very rapidly, and within weeks doctors found no traces of cancer.
This audiobook was inspired by what Anita experienced during her own journey to healing, and was specially created to assist those who are currently going through physical challenges of their own. It contains a highly specialized program that uses sound at different frequencies to guide you to a state of very deep and meditative relaxation. The benefits include:
Assisting you in releasing your fears by relaxing your mind
Giving you more energy to focus toward physical healing
Training your mind to support your body and restore wellness
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Especially good after reading her book
Good Affirmations, not Meditation
This book is not at all a meditative guide, but if you like to listen to positive affirmations then it could be a great addition to your library.Other commenters have noted how Ms. Moorjani's speech comes across as jarring, and it does, if you are trying to go within to meditate. This is very much a 1990's style reading of positive affirmations that fall in line with Moorjani's personal philosophy gleaned from her near death experience.
The book is less than an hour long. You'll always skip to Chaper 2, which is where all the "meditative words" are spoken. I will often set it at a very low volume and let it play while I drift off to sleep-- not actively listening. I find that I wake in the morning with an unexpected sense of well being.
I worry a little bit that Hay House tries to squeeze every dollar it can from its stable of New Age writers. Hope they don't do this to Anita Moorjani. I find her work to be refreshing and believable.