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Dr. Philip Yang began his studies of Zen Buddhism in the temples of Ling Shan, Whitehorse, Fahua, and many other sacred places in China. He studied with more than a dozen of famous masters in Beijing, Xian, Chengdu, and other parts of China. Under the guidance of masters Yuan Zhao and Ling Nan Zi, he was supposedly trained for supernatural abilities, including clairvoyance, remote diagnosis, and remote healing. Dr. Yang originally graduated in Guangxi University in China. After that, he went to the International Life Science Technology Institute in Szechuan province for three years.
After his graduation, he went to a famous Buddhist master Yuan Zhao in Mount Guanyin in Shanxi province, where he received education in Buddhism. He went on to study under a Taoist teacher master Ling Nan Zi in Szechuan and Dr. Weizhen Chang in Beijing. Dr. Philip Yang claims to successfully apply these abilities in his clinical practice, creating miraculous healing effects, including difficult diseases.
By combining Qigong with Acupuncture, he created his unique methods of diagnosis and therapy. With these methods, he achieved much success in healing difficult diseases, most of which are miracles for modern medicine. He cured many strange diseases such as unidentified headaches, undefined chest pains, migrating pains throughout the body, cardiac diseases, brain tumors, etc. Dr. Yang created a set of advanced patterns for Qigong exercise named Yuan Gong, which is notable for its conciseness, ease of practice, safety, high effectiveness and fast results. He serves as the lifetime honorable chairman of Luoyang Qigong Association, Director of Luoyang Qigong Scientific Research Union and Advanced Adviser of Yu Lin Qigong Scientific Research Institute in Guangxi province.
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