The Strangest Cancer Story I’ve Ever Heard
January 18th, 2017 by Holly Cornish
As she drifted into a coma, Anita Moorjani’s organs started to shut down. It looked like her four-year battle with cancer was finally over.
The oncologist told her husband Danny that “it’s too late to save her. It’s only a matter of hours.”
But something happened while she lay in that near-lifeless state. Something so remarkable that it changed the course of her illness and her
life. . .
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Anita was not to die after all. It wasn’t her time. She still had a purpose to fulfill on planet earth.
Never felt good enough
Growing up in Hong Kong but coming from an Indian family, rather than Chinese, Anita suffered bullying as a child. This scarred her emotionally, made her fearful of others, and prevented her from joining activities that would draw attention to herself.
As an adult, she was a free spirit and wanted to pursue her own dreams, so she found the restrictions and duties of her parents’ culture difficult to cope with.
She was expected to control her ego and not express her individuality. She would be judged harshly if she wasn’t married by a certain age. And she was told she wouldn’t find a husband if she was more popular, smart or successful than he was.
In both childhood and as an adult, she never felt good enough or deserving enough. At different times she felt powerless, worthless and flawed.
Diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma
When she was 42, her best friend and a member of her husband’s family – both about the same age as Anita – died of cancer. This became one of the biggest fears of her own life.
Tragically, her premonitions were well-founded. Within a year, in 2002, a lump appeared on her right shoulder. She was diagnosed with stage 2A Hodgkin’s lymphoma. It had spread into her chest and underarm area but was contained in her upper body.
Reluctant to undergo conventional therapy, she looked to different systems of alternative medicine. But this just made her stressed and confused, because (as many of us have found) they contained so many conflicting messages about what to eat.
Not knowing what was good or bad for her, she became afraid to eat anything. Her health deteriorated as anger, dread, frustration, and desperation took hold.
She tried faith healing, prayer, meditation, energy-healing, yoga, Chinese herbal medicine and more, but without success. Her cancer continued to get worse.
Eventually, lesions broke out all over her body, her digestive system stopped absorbing nutrients and her muscles broke down. By 2006 her cancer had progressed to stage 4B, and she needed a wheelchair and oxygen tank. It seemed her struggle was soon to end.
No hope of recovery
As she lay comatose in the hospital for what would surely be the last time, Anita was surprised to hear the oncologist telling Danny there was no hope of recovery. Why were her husband and mother so upset? She felt absolutely fine. In fact, she had never felt so good.
She was fully aware of everything that was happening around her, of what everyone was saying and doing, but couldn’t communicate. Her voice and physical body wouldn’t respond. Yet she felt wonderful.
Anita was having a near death experience (NDE).
“I felt free, liberated and magnificent. Every pain, ache, sadness, and sorrow was gone! I felt completely unencumbered. I couldn’t recall feeling this way before – not ever.”
As she moved deeper into this state, she says, “Love, joy, ecstasy and awe poured into me, through me and engulfed me. The feeling of complete, pure, unconditional love was unlike anything I’d known before. Unqualified and nonjudgmental.”
Now that Anita understood the magnificence of her true self and that her physical body was a reflection of her internal state, she chose to go back to life. She “knew” that her body would recover in days, and the doctors would be unable to find a trace of cancer.
The impossible happens
And so it was. She left the intensive care unit in three days. Five weeks later, she walked unaided out of the hospital.
Later that year, she was contacted by an American oncologist, Dr. Peter Ko, who had a particular interest in spontaneous remissions. He spoke with her at length as well as with her family physician. He also waded through her three-inch-thick medical file.
He sent a report together with questions to cancer institutes around the world. None had any case on record to compare with Anita’s. Nor could they answer the questions that puzzled Dr. Ko.
He was baffled by how failing organs could spring back to healthy life.
He was astonished that tumors the size of lemons – located from the base of her skull, neck and armpits, down to her chest and abdomen — could reduce by nearly three-fourths in a matter of days.
What’s more, a sudden die-off of cancer cells would normally flood a patient with toxins and cause a reaction, possibly a fatal one. How could billions of Anita’s cells vanish while organs were failing – with no ill effect?
He was astounded that skin lesions, destined for reconstructive surgery when she was stronger, quickly healed themselves without medical attention.
He could not answer these questions. Nor could anyone else in his profession.
The cause and cure of her cancer
Anita believes that fear gave her cancer. It’s an astonishing idea for most people, but there you have it.
She was afraid of failing, letting people down, being disliked, not being good enough. She feared illness, especially cancer, and its treatment. She lived with underlying feelings of inferiority. She had low self-worth. She felt undeserving.
“I was afraid of living and I was terrified of dying.”
So what is her own explanation for her recovery? It isn’t a medical one.
While undergoing her near death experience, she was able to let go of fear. This allowed her to express her own magnificence as a beautiful child of the universe (her words, not mine), capable of self-love and deserving of unconditional love by her very existence. There was nothing to do except be her true self.
The NDE allowed her true spirit to shine through. In a state of pure awareness, where all previously held beliefs and dogmas were suspended, she was able to see herself and the universe as one and the same. Her experience or revelation enabled universal energy to take over, for her body to ‘reset’ itself, and for healing to begin.
“During my NDE it felt to me that all judgment, hatred, jealousy, and fear stem from people not realizing their true greatness. Lacking awareness of our perfection keeps us feeling small and insignificant, and this goes against the natural flow of life-force energy – that which we really are.
“I know my only work is to be. My job here is to be myself – an expression of the love that I am – and to see the perfection in myself, others and the world around me as I continue to live in the physical plane. That’s all that any of us needs to be.
“I simply had to know with every cell of my being that I am the divine manifesting in this world and that just by being myself, I was the personification of this truth.”
Whether we accept Anita’s explanation for her recovery, put it down to divine intervention, just accept it as a miracle, or as a scientific phenomenon that we don’t yet understand, her message is a powerful one.
It’s a message that can allow us to lead more purposeful and joyous lives, and reduce the chances of developing any serious illness, including cancer.