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Chinese soul healer to set up 100 clinics in Mumbai

Wednesday January 11, 2012 08:20:20 AM, IANS

Mumbai: Chinese soul healer Master Zhi Gang Sha, who announced plans to open 50 clinics in Mumbai, with two of his celebrity patients - actresses Rati Agnihotri and Smita Jayakar - in Mumbai Tuesday.

Mumbai: A Chinese soul healer Tuesday announced he will set up 100 clinics in Mumbai this year and conduct soul healing sessions for 57 city schools.

Master Zhi Gang Sha, founder of the Institute of Soul Healing and Enlightenment said he would also work closely with city hospitals to mitigate the sufferings of the ailing people.

"The power of soul healing system is truly a breakthrough healing system that combines the 5,000-year-old wisdom of the East with the most advanced quantum and cellular theory of western science," he told media persons here.

He claimed it has empowered millions of people worldwide to heal themselves of minor and major illness including diabetes and cardiac problems, boosted energy and immunity, prevented sickness, and rejuvenated and transformed health, wealth, and relationships.

Some of his top celeb patients like actresses Rati Agnihotri and Smita Jaykar and others narrated their healing encounters with Zhi, who is a ten-time New York Times bestselling author and practices both in China and Canada.

After introducing Soul Healing in India in 2010, he has racked up a huge following among the people with his free healing sessions; one is scheduled here Thursday, followed by a three-day weekend camp from Friday.

For Mumbai, 50 healers have already been trained.








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