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Lady Gaga: The devil is haunting me

2012-02-20 15:47
 
Los Angeles - Lady Gaga believes the devil is haunting her while she sleeps.

The Born This Way hitmaker has enlisted the help of Michael Jackson's former doctor and spiritual advisor Deepak Chopra - who helped the late singer achieve better sleep and breathing patterns with counselling sessions - to try to ward off evil spirits from her "terrifying" dreams.

She said: "I have this recurring dream where there's a phantom in my home and he takes me into a room where there's a blonde girl with ropes tied to her limbs pulling her apart.

Levitate

"I told Deepak the dream was so terrifying I thought somehow that a devil force was trying to take hold of me.

"He laughed and told me that I should learn to embrace my own insanity. I told him, 'The Devil is trying to take me, Deepak. I'm a good girl!' He said not to worry."

The 25-year-old pop star has also asked the Indian doctor to help her achieve her dreams of "going into a coma" and levitating.

She is quoted by the Daily Star newspaper as saying: ''I want to go into a coma and levitate. I am a very spiritual person.

"Deepak is the most influential person in my life. His message is a true inspiration.

"He helps me to reach inside my spirituality and we take it to the next level."

- BangShowBiz

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