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Anita Moorjani - Documented Near Death Experience - Miraculous Recovery from Cancer

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posted on Sep, 20 2011 @ 01:53 PM
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www.youtube.com... Aug 18th 2011

Amazing description of her last few hours and experience with death and then the amazing spontaneous recovery.

Here is her website started in 2006 when the recovery happened.

anitamoorjani.com...

Very inspiring




posted on Sep, 20 2011 @ 01:54 PM
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Very interesting in the video on the right of her website, Dr. Chen talks about on off switches in DNA information vs. chemical. Very interesting.



posted on Sep, 20 2011 @ 01:57 PM
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And I love the audience member talking about the greatness of cancer (versatility - grows fast, slow, mutates, isolates, comes and goes, transformational...) and how it is a force of good. What a different perspective!



posted on Sep, 20 2011 @ 02:02 PM
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I have researched NDE and they all pretty much say the same thing.

They feel light..not heavy as if burden by the body of weight.

Surrounded by love and warmth.

They see themselves hovering over their body.

They are very aware.

When in that state they feel as though time does not exist.

They have a complete understanding and knowledge they did not have before.

I could go on and on but I truly love hearing the stories and can easily point out now....just how similar they are in Truth.

Thank you so much for sharing this video....

Peace and love to you all!!! xoxox

Jenn



posted on Sep, 20 2011 @ 08:39 PM
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It really reminded me of the Ted.com on the lady that had the aneurism and also a near death experience but not related to cancer.

www.ted.com...



posted on Sep, 20 2011 @ 08:45 PM
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ndes are your brain on drugs. because she is lucky go have won cancer does not make her claims true.



posted on Sep, 20 2011 @ 09:23 PM
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Declarative statements as if etched in stone doesn't mean you're right.



posted on Sep, 20 2011 @ 09:44 PM
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Star and flag, interesting top be sure. I too have had the NDE experience, and had the opportunity to actually question the famous "Light." I posted in here what I discovered by interacting with this machine, and it is a machine, but got a great deal of ridicule and the thread was somewhat trolled to death. I was shown all of the "heavens" that one could go to, and was also shown that one can design their own afterlife if they so desire, but one must begin this project long before the physical death of the body. My own afterlife was built a very long time ago, I have been there many times, and will visit there again soon. In many ways I cannot wait for some R&R, I am old, tired, and hurt all the time.



posted on Sep, 20 2011 @ 09:56 PM
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Science to my knowledge does explain some of the phenomena around NDE's, but not all.

Science does explain what the light a the end of the tunnel is.
Its basically the same mechanism that causes frost bite in the extremities except in the eyes.
Blood is taken from the peripheries and transferred to the center of the eye till all that is remains is a pinhole sized amount of vision.

As for people having knowledge of events that occurred while they were 'dead' science says that the brain does still remains active for quite some time. But this nothing to explain knowledge of events that occurred in other rooms.

Though I don't think science has any explanation for out of body experiences, meeting with higher powers, old relatives, etc etc.

Granted it is easy to say all of those are just a product of dying mind. Arcum's razor isn't always correct.

Besides I am an agnostic atheist. And though I don't believe in a higher power, I don't claim that one does not exist.

Clearly we don't know everything, and thus it would be folly for us to say, "That is just biology' or 'That is the spirit leaving the body'



posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 01:42 AM
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Originally posted by vjr1113
ndes are your brain on drugs. because she is lucky go have won cancer does not make her claims true.



I agree - in fact I think it's possible that drugs and even insanity are misunderstood portals to realities the rest of us are not able to comprehend and by the looks of the physical state of the bodies experiencing the portals - maybe humans aren't really supposed to spend too much physical time in those portals.

As for her claims - a lot of doctors are checking her and the files out. If nothing else - I always enjoy watching western medicine scratch their heads a little ;]



posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 01:55 AM
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Originally posted by FreezingVoid
Science to my knowledge does explain some of the phenomena around NDE's, but not all.

Science does explain what the light a the end of the tunnel is.
Its basically the same mechanism that causes frost bite in the extremities except in the eyes.
Blood is taken from the peripheries and transferred to the center of the eye till all that is remains is a pinhole sized amount of vision.

As for people having knowledge of events that occurred while they were 'dead' science says that the brain does still remains active for quite some time. But this nothing to explain knowledge of events that occurred in other rooms.

Though I don't think science has any explanation for out of body experiences, meeting with higher powers, old relatives, etc etc.

Granted it is easy to say all of those are just a product of dying mind. Arcum's razor isn't always correct.

Besides I am an agnostic atheist. And though I don't believe in a higher power, I don't claim that one does not exist.

Clearly we don't know everything, and thus it would be folly for us to say, "That is just biology' or 'That is the spirit leaving the body'


I agree with everything you say. I find it interesting that there are a lot of common themes in this "energy without definition" experience that I have now heard in several lectures. Macro / microcosms coming in to a cingularity or central point. Those ideas in of themselves don't contradict science.

We now know that all matter is energy moving very fast. We know that particles seem to appear and disappear but we don't yet know why or from where and so it's hard to explain borders at a micro level. We know that infinity exists as do axis and integers and negative #s and rational numbers. So the "all connected" does make sense to me, whether God is in the discussion or not. Personally I'm impressed, and happy to give credit where credit is due as soon as she stands up


I think the "love" - the unconditional self love - is harder to be scientific about. I once heard a great quote that there isn't love and hate... just love and doubt.

it's possible that as you slip from the boundaries of your physical self our consciousness moves into the infinite energy source and you lose doubt and like Anita says - we just don't really have an adequate word for what that sensation is yet.



posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 01:59 AM
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Originally posted by autowrench
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Star and flag, interesting top be sure. I too have had the NDE experience, and had the opportunity to actually question the famous "Light." I posted in here what I discovered by interacting with this machine, and it is a machine, but got a great deal of ridicule and the thread was somewhat trolled to death. I was shown all of the "heavens" that one could go to, and was also shown that one can design their own afterlife if they so desire, but one must begin this project long before the physical death of the body. My own afterlife was built a very long time ago, I have been there many times, and will visit there again soon. In many ways I cannot wait for some R&R, I am old, tired, and hurt all the time.


Sorry to hear that you hurt all the time. That's not good - if it's arthritis - take Niacin - it works. I see in my 96 year old grandfather that the big R&R can be welcome and nothing to fear - especially if you believe you'll be joining loved ones. I would love to read about your NDE - can you post link to your thread?

Machine, interesting - disturbing too a little for me - but I absolutely feel that we pick and choose - it's very tibetan book of the dead like - all the picking and choosing. Rings true for me.



posted on Sep, 21 2011 @ 02:11 AM
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Originally posted by trusername

Originally posted by vjr1113
ndes are your brain on drugs. because she is lucky go have won cancer does not make her claims true.



I agree - in fact I think it's possible that drugs and even insanity are misunderstood portals to realities the rest of us are not able to comprehend and by the looks of the physical state of the bodies experiencing the portals - maybe humans aren't really supposed to spend too much physical time in those portals.

As for her claims - a lot of doctors are checking her and the files out. If nothing else - I always enjoy watching western medicine scratch their heads a little ;]


You know thw secret boy...



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