New York Times Best-Selling Author to Speak About Near-Death Experience

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On March 27, local nonprofit Infinite Love will host Anita Moorjani at the McAllen Convention Center where she will give her uplifting talk, “What if This is Heaven?”

Just over a decade ago, Anita was on the brink of losing her life, lying in a coma while doctors helped her battle end-stage cancer. During what seemed like her final hours, a near-death experience would result not only in her miraculous recovery but a remarkable change in her worldview that would lead her to travel the world and inspire millions.

Anita was moved to share her profound new insights in what went on to be her first New York Times best-selling book, Dying to Be Me. In this work, she describes how learning to love and accept herself unconditionally brought her back from death’s doorway.

bookcoverIn her new book, What if This is Heaven?, Anita challenges cultural beliefs that we pass on from generation to generation, such as the belief that we reap what we sow or that we should always be positive. Instead, Anita puts forth a call for being our authentic, happy, and honest selves, free from societal expectations. She shares a vision of life free of beliefs that no longer serve us and that keep us from living more fully.

 

Dying to be me! Anita Moorjani at TEDxBayArea – YouTube

Don’t miss your chance to hear her message live. Visit LoveisInfinite.org for more details. Tickets start at just $28 and can be purchased at Ticketmaster.com, by calling 800-745-3000, or in person at the McAllen Convention Center box office. Spanish translation service will be provided. If you have any questions, email LoveisInfinite.org@gmail.com.

More About Infinite Love

Infinite Love is a local volunteer-run nonprofit motivated by love to serve others and foster inner growth in the community. Over the past five years, Infinite Love has served over 50,000 warm-cooked meals to the homeless and underprivileged at a local park in McAllen. The group has also partnered with Texas Oncology to serve meals daily to patients going through chemotherapy. Every Wednesday, Infinite Love hosts meditation gatherings at the Infinite Love Center, where attendees connect in friendship, stillness, and love. To learn more about the organization and ways to get involved, visit LoveIsInfinite.org.

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