Anita Moorjani says that the best we can do is to be the love that we are. What does she mean by this?
First, you must realize how truly powerful you are, something she realized after she died of cancer, went into the afterlife, and saw her life and self for what each truly was.
She discovered and felt an “interwoven unification expanding to include everything in the universe… The entire universe is alive and infused with consciousness, encompassing all of life and nature.” It doesn’t matter whether you believe it or not, it’s true. She realized her “many fears and [her] great power had manifested as [cancer].”
We each have great power. So use it for good, for your own good. Anita “realized that all those years, all I ever had to do was be myself without judgement or feeling that I was flawed… our essence is made of pure love. We are pure love— every single one of us… Being love and being our true self is one and the same thing.
“I knew that was really the only purpose of life: to be our self, live our truth, and be the love that we are.”
Her story is utterly fascinating. Not one word of it sounds dishonest. Her words echo those of many other sages throughout the ages.