The actress, who is in the middle of a stolen necklace case, reportedly has sought solace in the ancient belief's texts.
Troubled star Lindsay Lohan has reportedly found solace in ancient kabbalah texts as she fights to stay out of prison. Friends claim the actress, who faces jail time for violating the terms of her probation by allegedly stealing a necklace from a Venice, California jewellery store, is turning to the belief system that has helped stars like Madonna and Demi Moore again.
One source tells Life & Style magazine, "She's been reciting an ancient kabbalah saying... and spreading the (faith's) message to friends. The saying is a Hebrew-language mantra used by a spin-off group of the Na Nachs - a group of dancing Jews dedicated to bringing joy to others."
Lohan first turned to kabbalah in 2005 after several car crashes and the onset of public criticism, admitting back then, "I am looking into it. All of us need something. You have to grab on to whatever gets you through."