There was once a time when Lindsay Lohan was rumored to end up being a yoga educator. Alas, this ended up being incorrect … or did it? For those familiar with Ms. Lohan and her troubles with the law, medicines, alcohol, addiction, disappointing up for acting gigs and being an all-around living (almost) worst case scenario for child actors coming of age in Hollywood, then you ‘d know yoga would be a SUPER after-school activity for the ‘Method Girls’ star to obtain into.

As it turns out, as Lohan is working to turn her life around, meditation has actually become one of her go-to healthy practices:

She tells Britain’s Marie Claire publication, ‘I have some meditations so I tend to do those fairly a lot … I do Deepak Chopra’s 21-day Meditation. It’s the most personal thing I can think of that I have for myself. Just having the ability to shut down. It’s a hard process, but I’ve been practicing it for a while now and it does work.’

Lohan, now 28, is working towards a career comeback and perhaps Saturn’s return(?): ‘Every day I believe, ‘What’s more important? Exactly what makes me happy? When do I feel my best? When do I feel I’m offering my best? Am I making other individuals delighted? How can I make other people pleased?’ They are the basic guidelines I attempt to live by. You know, it sounds selfish but you do have to put yourself first.

‘There are certain tasks where you do not have to show up and put a face on but you do in the industry I work in. So it’s about going back and acknowledging if things do start slipping a little bit, the best ways to return to the same part of life and just being OKAY with being alone.’

Some mature statements from the gal who may finally be getting her act together. However just understand that you’re not alone, Lilo! We’re routing for you.

Here’s a clip from her docu-series ‘Lindsay’ on Oprah’s OWN where she talks about utilizing meditation to assist soothe her mind and keep dependency at bay. She likewise dealt with a Shaman and took Ayahuasca, a conventional Amazonian psychedelic tea, which is … interesting.