When she turned ten years old, she was finally old enough to start with singing lessons. Around the age of thirteen she learned to play the piano and developed a way to express herself by writing her own songs. In the summer of 2007 she toured through Kenya with a performance about HIV and AIDS. In the summer of 2008 she went to India to investigate child prostitution and give workshops and performances about women’s rights. It was then that she even more so experienced the power and universal language of music. “I saw that making music wasn’t a goal for me anymore, it became a way to connect with people and touch their heart”, she says. “The songs I was writing were mostly inspired by the injustice I saw during my travels. They were songs about wanting to change the world.” But when in 2010, at age 20, A Course in Miracles came into her life, slowly but surely a shift started to happen. Instead of focusing on changing the world, she started unwinding her own mind so she could be the example of love and peace she so badly wanted to see in the world. Neda also performs and teaches at prisons. 'The Light Has Come' is her first album, inspired by A Course in Miracles.