6 Easy Steps to Freedom! A powerfully inspiring autobiography/self-help book based on the greatest law in the universe: The Law of Attraction.
Deborah Miranda takes you on an incredibly open, powerfully inspiring journey of her life in this two part book for beginners. In part One She bares her heart and soul to the world. Her brilliant re-cap of life as a young girl growing up into a confusing world of pain and deception; love and great loss will captivate you, and her inspirational climb to the top will amaze you! Deborah takes you to the depths of her despair, from the abandon little girl to the suicidal young mother of three. She brings you from her life of emptiness to her astonishing life of bliss. In Part Two Deborah will give you a 6 step program with eight powerful exercises to show you how to go from a life of pain and suffering to a life of joy and bliss. Using the greatest law in the universe; The Law of Attraction, she will help you transform your life just as she transformed her own.
Several months ago I began a journey that I never would have dreamed possible. My life was functional but barely. My 14 year old daughter Jordan had embarked on a fabulous trip to Australia as a People to People Student Ambassador. I was extremely proud of the fact that I had, with the help of family and friends, raised the money to send her on this excursion of a lifetime. I did this while working as a cab driver, and dealing with a multitude of problems.
I am a single mother, and had really begun to believe that my whole purpose in life was just to raise my daughter. While Jordan is definitely of utmost importance, this left me with no real hope for myself. I felt that as soon as she was grown, my job would be done and my life would be over. I had existed like this for years. I was depressed as well as dealing with a painful medical problem (endometriosis). This left me with little drive and a penchant for painkillers. While Jordan was in Australia, I knew I would be a nervous wreck. I decided to visit my best friend Debbie who had recently moved to Florida. It was during this mini vacation that my transformation began. Debbie had, after years of struggle and heartaches, found a new life with a wonderful partner. She seemed happier than I had ever seen her. I thought “lucky her” (with emphasis on luck). I believed that she had achieved, by happenstance, everything she had ever dreamed of – that it somehow fell directly into her lap. I was elated for her because she is, as I said, my best friend. I also believed that she deserved everything she now had because she had endured enough misery to last several people a lifetime.
What I didn’t know was that she had asked for what she now had. And by asking she had received everything she truly desired. Debbie, who had been my friend for 16 years, knew about my pain and suffering. She had been witness to much of it, the most traumatic incident being the murder of my brother Jessie in 2002. She had been the one, who in an incredibly selfless act, had volunteered to break the news of my brothers death to me. She did this so my family would not have to tell me over the phone or travel to my house (about 30 miles away) in the midst of their own pain. We had been part of each other’s personal tragedies for years. She and I had seen each other through many rough patches, and the occasional smooth ones. My love and respect for her was unparalleled.
During my vacation with her in Florida Debbie began to teach me some of the things she had been learning. She taught me about gratitude’s and affirmations, about the “law of attraction”, and other life changing ideas. She reacquainted me with meditation. She helped me begin to really see my worth and that my life didn’t have to be “over.” During the three months after my visit with Debbie we had an ongoing dialogue about life. She introduced me to books, CDs, DVDs and many other new ideas. I began slowly to feel a shift in my thinking, how I looked at the world and myself. I began truly to have hope about my future.
Debbie continued to offer her guidance, support and love throughout this process. While I am still a work in progress, as we all are, many wonderful things have changed in my life during a very short time. For example, I use to take anti-anxiety medications every night in order to sleep. I haven’t touched them in more than two months and now I sleep like a baby every night, waking fully refreshed every morning. My endometriosis kept me in chronic pain and I functioned by taking prescription pain killers, and handfuls of over the counter pain meds; I rarely even take an asprin now. Since the death of my brother I had put on more weight than ever before. Because of my physical pain and depression I could not bring myself to work out, only compounding all of the other issues in my life. I now workout in some form or fashion almost daily and have begun to lose the excess weight. I feel better mentally and physically than I have in years.
Also a few years ago I had an idea for a business “Pick’a Passion,” but didn’t have enough faith in myself to follow through with it. Debbie helped me believe that it was a wonderful idea. She created a website for me. She and her partner also helped me create a mock up of my Pick’a Passion youth activity book. Her belief in me combined with my idea, has made my dream a reality. My business is now on the verge of being launched in South Carolina.
Many things in my life have changed and I’m ecstatic about the many future changes yet to come. Thank you, Debbie. I owe you more that you will ever know. When Debbie told me about her book I was excited. I knew that she had helped me with so many things just as I knew that she definitely had something to offer a much wider audience. We talked most days as she completed her book. I thought I knew what it was going to extol. When I received my copy I was blown away. I thought I knew everything there was to know about this woman but I discovered many of her painful secrets that even I didn’t know.
Debbie bares her soul in this book so that others might know she had experienced a great deal of her own pain and suffering, bouts of depression and addictions and that this is a common thread that runs among us all. She also demonstrated how she got from her own tortured existence to an extremely blissful one; her “time for peace” had finally come and with her guidance, so has mine. Her drive to share her experience and knowledge to show as many people as she can a better way is her greatest passion. Her book is a wonderful gift to anyone who takes the time to read and practice these ideas. Her understanding of the law of attraction and the six step program combined with the exercises has absolutely worked for me.
I sincerely hope that all who read this will use her lessons to find their bliss and keep it. She says it perfectly “Your time for peace has come.” And when she tells you “It’s never too late” no truer words were ever spoken. I truly thought it was too late for me. But Debbie showed me that it is never too late, not for any of us. I want to thank Debbie not only for the love she has shown me but for the love she is sharing with the world. Thank you! And best wishes to you all.
Founder of Pick’a Passion
And Debbie’s soul mate here on earth