Miranda, like most of the world, is coming to grips with the physical, emotional and spiritual toll of a two-year pandemic that robbed her of her livelihood and income and included a short period of homelessness, along with a serious car crash that left her in unrelenting pain for months.
“I am so blessed for the events of the last two years in showing me who I really am,” she reveals. “Rebuilding my life after Covid has been challenging, especially with a mental & physical illness – but these setbacks have opened my eyes to a more open perspective – and an attitude of gratitude.”
And grateful she is: “I survived on government relief, stayed with friends, family and eventually my workplace when I started making money again, and was able to save to repay debts and move into a new home. I found a doctor who informed me of an undiagnosed concussion – the source of my months-long trauma – as a result of the accident, and I’m on a steady road to recovery. I’ve been able to use this downtime to reflect on what’s really important.”
She decided to re-focus on her dream of become a singer/songwriter – “it’s the life I’ve wanted since I was a kid, to perform my music around the world” – and she started writing songs again, one of which she recently released as her first single.
“After persevering through the lowest points of my life, I began to understand the importance of healing and positivity; this meant going off social media and finding courses on pleasure and orgasmic healing. I immediately felt a huge life transformation that continues to this day; my symptoms are decreasing and my brain is clear and ready to create and continue to rebuild.
“I strongly suggest that others going through tough times themselves need only keep searching for positivity behind every shadow … and keep going through the darkness until you find light on the other side. And trust me… if you look deeply enough, you will.”