If you’re highly intuitive, feel others’ emotions and understand their perspectives, you’re probably an empath, says New York Times best-selling author Anita Moorjani. Empaths are fundamentally different from most of the population, she explains, and their gifts are in dire need today, as society experiences multiple crises, including the COVID-19 pandemic, mass violence and political upheaval. Moorjani urges you to discover whether you might be an empath, and to align yourself with the higher purpose of healing humanity.
Moorjani’s best-selling Dying to Be Me chronicled her near-death experience while in a coma, during which she faced a clear choice: She could embrace death or return to life. The book sold a million copies and was translated into 45 languages. The author’s perception of non-rational realms and her profound experiences in them grant her a singular emotional, spiritual and intellectual credibility.