Lindsay Lohan adviced to adopt meditation-yoga-spirituality for gainful rehab & life


Finding inner peace through meditation, spirituality and yoga and adopting
these as a permanent lifestyle would prove very helpful to Hollywood diva
Lindsay Lohan (Mean Girls), Hindu statesman Rajan Zed stated in Nevada (USA)

Lohan reportedly will head to rehab soon after completing her jail sentence
(since July 20 for probation violation) in Lynwood (California, USA), as she
has been ordered to check into rehab within 24 hours of her release.

Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, suggested Lohan to
determinedly seek Self through mediation and have self-control.

Talking about those who have “conquered themselves”, Lord Krishna revealed
in ancient Hindu scripture *Bhagavad-Gita* (Song of the Lord)—They live in
peace, alike in cold and heat, pleasure and pain, praise and blame; Rajan
Zed said.

Reports indicate that Lohan is most likely to enter Malibu Beach Recovery
Center in upscale Malibu (California), which uses “ancient wisdom of yoga
and meditation” and “holistic body-mind-spirit methodology”, “restores body
and mind”, and helps clients to “open to a Higher Power”.

Six clients share 6,500 square feet Center which is perched high on a hill
overlooking the Pacific Ocean and where the floors are made from exotic
woods, marble and hued travertine and which offers exclusive custom-tailored
treatment plan for “Brain Restoration”. Day at this Center begins at 7 am
and ends at 11 pm with “evening meditation” (with little free time) and
includes, among other things, “breathing exercises adapted from yoga”.
According to the Center, “having sex” is a healthy addiction, while
“laziness” is an unhealthy/unnatural addiction.

MTV Award winner Lindsay Dee Lohan, 24, is a well known American
actress-singer-model and has topped Maxim’s “Hot 100”. Apparently showing
her belief in ‘karma’, Lohan wrote on social networking service ‘twitter’
sometime back: “i'm all about Karma.. what goes around comes around!”

Hinduism is the oldest and third largest religion of the world with about
one billion adherents and moksh (liberation) is its ultimate goal.