Following her near‐death experience as shared in the New York Times bestseller Dying to Be Me, Anita Moorjani knows well the truths that exist beyond common knowledge and acceptance. The clarity she has gained has led her to further understand who she was born to be. Part of that truth has involved contemplating the cultural myths infused into our everyday lives. Passed down from generation to generation, these myths are pervasive and influential. From the belief we reap what we sow to the idea we must always be positive, cultural myths are often accepted as truths without questioning. Moorjani asserts it is now time for questioning in order to help us reach our fully informed, authentic selves. Moorjani explores these common myths in their real‐world existence while presenting examples from her own life that reveal the falsehoods beneath the surface. By freeing ourselves from these ubiquitous expectations, we can break open an honest pathway to life as it was meant to be lived.
What If This is Heaven?
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Anita Moorjani is a recovered cancer patient who found her true potential when she was on her deathbed. Doctors told her that she had terminal cancer and had only a few hours to live but something strange happened and she recovered at the last moment. When she recovered she was a new person with a new perspective on life and the ability of humans to heal themselves