Kesha is starting to get candid about how leaning on her “spirituality” helps heal her extreme anxiety.
The “Tik Tok” singer revealed while chatting with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe that his anxiety had gotten so bad that he thought he was having a “psychotic breakdown.”
“I had this crazy psychedelic spiritual experience in the midst of anxiety … it was pure anxiety,” the 36-year-old said. “My brain was like… I thought it was a process of having a psychotic seizure or something.”
On her new album “Gag Order” she wrote about what she describes as a sober “psychedelic journey”.
Still, it wasn’t until she started to “lean” on these feelings and decided to actually solve the problem that she found peace through spirituality.
“I’m a triple Pisces, I love weird, inexplicable, ethereal, supernatural things,” she explained.
“After this happened to me, I totally fell for it – the rabbit hole I’m in right now, just the supernatural but also different spirituality, different things people believe in. I’m just trying to read about it because I feel like we’re all talking about something similar.”
Hosting a spooky podcast called “Kesha and the Creepies,” Kesha has become known for her love of the supernatural and paranormal.
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In fact, the singer once said that she felt “a cosmic connection between my soul and something bigger” while making music.
He was able to channel these feelings into another song on his album called “Happy”. In the hit track, the “Praying” singer finally spoke about her desire to feel free.
“I just want to be happy, I want to quit. I want to be free,” he told Lowe. “I want to trust the process, trust the universe, trust all these things.”
“And I feel like I can’t stay in my childlike self. So there’s an element of having to grow up,” the Grammy nominee added.
“And I feel like this album fully documents the time I said, ‘Okay, I have to deal with some stuff and I just have to go over it and it’s going to be really irritating.’ And I feel like that really helped me become a woman, and you know, you hear it all on the album.