More about Anita Moorjani
Anita Moorjani, an international speaker and the author of New York Times best seller Dying to Be Me and her latest book, What If This is Heaven?, is a woman with a remarkable story. After a 4-year battle with cancer, Anita fell into a coma and was given days to live. As her doctors gathered to revive her, she journeyed into a near death experience (NDE) where she was given the choice to return to her physical form or to continue into this new realm. She chose the former, and when she regained consciousness, her cancer began to heal. To the amazement of her doctors, she was free of countless tumors and cancer indicators within weeks.
Her book Dying To Be Me has sold over a million copies worldwide, in over 45 languages. It has been named a Contemporary Classic and a Foreign Language Phenomena by her publishers (Hay House Inc.) It has now also been optioned by Hollywood producers to be made into a full-length feature film. Anita was a protégé of the late, great Dr. Wayne Dyer, who brought her on to the world’s stage in 2011. She has gone on to capture the hearts and attention of millions across the globe and has been a featured guest on The Dr. Oz Show, Fox News, The Today Show, CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360, the National Geographic Channel, The Pearl Report in Hong Kong, Headstart with Karen Davila in the Philippines, and many others.
The United Kingdom’s prestigious publication, The Watkins Journal lists Anita among the top 100 of “The World’s Most Spiritually Influential Living People” for the 5th consecutive year. Anita has dedicated her life to empowering the minds and hearts of people with her story of courage and transformation. She travels the world speaking her truth with grace and humor to sold-out audiences that want to learn of her journey and experiences of embracing change, the power of healing, and the quest to live a full and unlimited life.
Today, Anita lives in the United States with her husband Danny as she continues to share her incredible story and lessons internationally. Prior to her cancer diagnosis, Anita lived and worked in Hong Kong with her husband. She was born in Singapore of Indian parents and grew up speaking English, Cantonese, and an Indian dialect simultaneously.