Anita Moorjani Quotes about life and creating your own reality

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Anita Moorjani is the best selling author of the book “Dying to be me” which tells the story of her near-death experience(NDE) and how going through it changed her perspective about life and the universe forever. Here are best Anita Moorjani Quotes that will leave you pondering over the real meaning and purpose of life.

“I believe that the greatest truths of the universe don’t lie outside, in the study of the stars and the planets. They lie deep within us, in the magnificence of our heart, mind, and soul. Until we understand what is within, we can’t understand what is without.” 

“It’s important to have a really good, positive attitude for every moment of your life even if you don’t see a reason for doing it in the first place.” 

“We only expand at the rate we’re capable of handling at any given point, individually or collectively.” 

“Any positivity you bring to yourself, you’re bringing to the Whole.” 

“We all have our own way of recognizing that infinite space within us, and for some it may be prayer. For others, it can be music, art, being in nature, or even pursuing knowledge and technology—whatever brings out our passion, creativity and purpose for living.”

“Pursuing what I desire only reinforces separation, whereas allowing means realizing that since we’re all One and everything is connected, that which I desire is already mine.” 

“I then understood that even if my physical body stopped, everything is still perfect in the greater tapestry of life, for we never truly die.” 

“The universe only gives me what I’m ready for, and only when I’m ready.” 

“In my NDE state, I realized that the entire universe is composed of unconditional love, and I’m an expression of this. Every atom, molecule, quark, and tetraquark, is made of love. I can be nothing else, because this is my essence and the nature of the entire universe. Even things that seem negative are all part of the infinite, unconditional spectrum of love.” 

“We’re all co-creating this world and our lives within it through our emotions, thoughts, and actions.” 

“My sense is that the very act of needing certainty is a hindrance to experiencing greater levels of awareness. In contrast, the process of letting go and releasing all attachment to any belief or outcome is cathartic and healing. The dichotomy is that for true healing to occur, I must let go of the need to be healed and just enjoy and trust in the ride that is life.” 

“I can’t say this strongly enough, but our feelings about ourselves are actually the most important barometer for determining the condition of our lives!” 

“Your only work is to love yourself, value yourself, and embody this truth of self-worth and self-love so that you can be loved in action. That is true service, to yourself and to those who surround you.” 

 “To me, it doesn’t matter whether you believe in Jesus, Buddha, Shiva, Allah, or none of the above. What matters is how you feel about yourself, right here and right now, because that’s what determines how you conduct your life here. There’s no time except the present moment, so it’s important to be yourself and live your own truth.”

“It was then that I understood that my body is only a reflection of my internal state. If my inner self were aware of its greatness and connection with all-that-is, my body would soon reflect that and heal rapidly.” 

“Our life is our prayer. It’s our gift to this universe, and the memories we leave behind when we someday exit this world will be our legacy to our loved ones.” 

“All things that we perceive as positive, negative, good, or bad are simply parts of the perfect, balanced Whole.” 

“My outer life is actually only a reflection of my inner state.” 

“The process of allowing happens by first trusting, and then by always being true to who I am. In this way, I will only attract that which is truly mine, and it all happens at the rate I’m comfortable with.” 

“Unconditional self-love increases my energy tremendously, and the universe acts in kind.” 

“There’s no such thing as caring for the self too much, just as there’s no such thing as too much genuine affection for others. Our world suffers from too little self-love and too much judgment, insecurity, fear, and mistrust. If we all cared about ourselves more, most of these ills would disappear.” 

“I detach myself from preconceived outcomes and trust that all is well.”

“My NDE enabled me to understand that people hurt others either out of ignorance or because they are in pain, or because they are so disconnected from their true essence that they don’t have the ability to feel emotions.”

“A happy and loved person who feels inseparable from Oneness knows that to injure another is the same as injuring the self.” 

“I realized that time doesn’t move in a linear fashion unless we’re using the filter of our physical bodies and minds. Once we’re no longer limited by our earthly senses, every moment exists simultaneously.”

“It’s not important whether I’m having a bad day or a bad week. It’s more important how I’m feeling about myself while I’m facing this day or week.”

“When I’m being love, I don’t get drained, and I don’t need people to behave a certain way in order to feel cared for or to share my magnificence with them. They’re automatically getting my love as a result of me being my true self. And when I am nonjudgmental of myself, I feel that way toward others.”

“If we can go through life armed with humor and the realization that we are love, we’ll already be ahead of the game. Add a box of good chocolates into the mix, and we’ve really got a winning formula!” 

“If things seemed challenging, instead of trying to change them physically (which is what I did pre NDE), I began checking in with my internal world. If I’m stressed, anxious, unhappy, or something similar, I go inward and tend to that first. I sit with myself, walk in nature, or listen to music until I get to a centered place where I feel calm and collected. I noticed that when I do so, my external world also changes, and many of the obstacles just fall away without me actually doing anything.”

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