Near Death from Terminal Cancer to Living Life to the Full!!!
Our Real Self is beginning-less and eternal; formless and attribute-less; all pervasive and of the nature of thought-free, object-less, pure blissful awareness. This Pure Blissful Awareness transcends the state of unconsciousness as well as coma.
Anita Moorjani has actually experienced something similar, beyond the barrier of so called “death”. Our scriptures as well as great saints, sages and masters have been saying the same. The awareness of our Real Self, while still living with the gross physical body, is Self-Realization. With Self-Realization, that is the destruction of ego, one transcends the fear of so-called death, deception and dejection and is freed from all bondages and limitations. Near death experiences (NDE) also help one transcend the fear of “death”.
This is amazing indeed. An Indian woman living in Hong Kong writes a best seller “Dying to be me”. The book is now published in 28 languages. The author narrates a personal account of death after life and then life after death. She is travelling worldwide narrating her experiences and that now she is a changed woman, learning to live life the way it should be lived.
Watch this incredible video:
Unbelievable story of Anita Moorjani
“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is what dies inside us while we live.” — Norman Cousins
“To the well-organized mind, death is but the next great adventure.”
— J.K. Rowling
“It is the secret of the world that all things subsist and do not die, but retire a little from sight and afterwards return again.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson
During his last moments, Lord Buddha said to his followers: “Don’t mourn at this moment of joy.” “Is it proper to lament and weep for me when this body, the great storehouse of suffering is passing away? (Buddhacharita 25.71)
Therefore, celebrating birth is ignorance; celebrating death is understanding.
“Of course, you don’t die. Nobody dies. Death doesn’t exist. You only reach a new level of vision, a new realm of consciousness, a new unknown world.”
— Henry Miller