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Tom Cruise's daughter has high opinion of Scientology. In Picture: Tom Cruise attends the U.S. Premiere of 'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' at Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum on July 22, 2018 in Washington, DC. Getty Images/ Shannon Finney

Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman’s daughter Isabella has a very high opinion of the controversial religion Scientology. The contents of a letter she wrote, which has been shared with church members, has surfaced online, revealing how the religion came to her rescue during a difficult time in her life.

Isabella worked as an auditor for the Church of Scientology. She wrote a letter about her time as an intern there, and the contents of her note have surfaced online, People reported.

The job of the auditor in the Church of Scientology is to help other members through their “intense self-examination sessions.” A device called E-meter is used during these sessions.

In her letter, Isabella said that the training was exactly what she needed to overcome her own problems. Cruise’s daughter wrote that Scientology is what she had been searching for and described it as “the missing piece.”

“Suddenly everything began to make sense,” she wrote.

The self-examination sessions are challenging, Isabella admitted, but she added that everyone needs to do it. The session could lead to “few meltdowns” and “running to the bathroom to have a mini-episode,” but Cruise’s daughter feels that it is worth it in the end.

Initially, Isabella was reluctant to take the self-examination session, Us Weekly reported. She would make “excuses” by saying things like the sessions were not for her. However, she changed her mind later.

Isabella thanked her father and her family for the initial support. She said that it took the support of her family and the Scientology organization to help her reach where she is in life today. If not for their help, she would have “drowned” in her problems, she wrote.

Cruise is a high ranking member of Church of Scientology. His daughter appears to be following in his footsteps. In her letter, Isabella wrote that she became “that annoying girl” in the organization who wouldn’t stop talking about how “incredible” training is and how “phenomenal” the internship is, Page Six reported.