Demi Moore Receiving Spiritual Counseling

"It's Not Just About Ashton"

Demi Moore has been maintaining a low profile and receiving spiritual counseling since her health scare last week that landed her in a Los Angeles hospital, E! News reported. Her daughters have since been spending time with their father, actor Bruce Willis.

Although rumors have been swirling around that Moore, 49, entered a residential rehabilitation facility, sources told E! News that as of at least last week, Moore has not entered rehab. The actress' exact location since her hospitalization is still unknown to the public.

Sources close to the "G.I Jane" star also told E! News that she has been receiving a form of "spiritual counseling," and that her daughters Tallulah and Rumer, have been continuing on as normal, choosing to spend time with Bruce Willis at his condo in West Los Angeles.

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"What [Demi's] going through now is not just things not working out with Ashton. It's really more about the toll it takes on any ambitious woman in this town," the E! insider said.

"This is not just about Ashton," E!'s Ted Casablanca said. "I'm sure Ashton would like to think it's all about him."

Both Rumer and Tallulah were spotted at the Four Seasons Hotel Sunday afternoon, for what may have been a spa day, E! News reported. Rumer was also spotted having dinner with some friends at a French restaurant on Saturday night.

Scout Willis, Moore's second daughter, is studying at Brown University and hasn't returned to L.A. since her mother's sudden hospitalization, according to E! News.

Demi Moore was rushed to the hospital last week after suspected substance abuse. A friend of Moore called paramedics at 10:45 p.m. on Monday night after the actress inhaled excessive amounts of nitrous oxide. Nitrous Oxide, also known as "laughing gas," is often given to a patient at the dentist's office for surgical procedures.

Moore's soon to be ex-husband, actor Ashton Kutcher, has yet to comment on Moore's ailment.

"I think she's doing much better than it's made out to be," director and friend of Moore, Patty Jenkins told MSN. "Demi is awesome and so strong. I also hate when people make it a bigger drama than what is going on. She's great."

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