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Demi Moore. Embarrassed Photo: AP
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Kabbalah helps Demi Moore recover

Actress' faith in Jewish mysticism said to aid her recovery from both emotional, medical problems following separation from husband Ashton Kutcher

Ashley Baylen
Published: 02.04.12, 10:58 / Israel Culture

American actress Demi Moore has experienced an abundance of public scrutiny over the past couple months. Initially, rumors of estranged husband Ashton Kutcher cheating on her were sprawled across the covers of every smut magazine.


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After weeks of speculation, their official split was announced, and recently Moore was rushed to the hospital after suffering convulsions from “smoking something”.


To make matters even worse, the 911 call outlining her seizure and drug use was released to the public.


Needless to say, it only makes sense that Moore is “embarrassed” by her public breakdown.


"Ego-wise, this is the worst thing that could happen to Demi, because she's such a private person. She's embarrassed," a source close to the actress said.


Moore, a follower of Kabbalah, has been undergoing intense spiritual counseling since being released from the hospital. Her faith in the Jewish mysticism has allowed her to view her current troubles as gift from which she can learn and grow.


"The right intervention happened in her life. From a spiritual sense, it is a gift. She has a real opportunity to grow from it. She has to take responsibility for her life," an insider told People.com.


Reprinted with permission from Shalom Life



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