Dead Woman Comes Back to Life After Hearing Buddhist Chanting

Yang clapping to Buddhist sutras after her family thought she had died. (Image: Taiwan News)
Yang clapping to Buddhist sutras after her family thought she had died. (Image: Taiwan News)

A 95-year-old woman who was pronounced dead in Taiwan revived the next day when a relative played Buddhist sutras next to her body.

Yang Chang Yueh-yun was in hospital in Yunlin for over a week before she “died” from multiple organ failure on Nov. 14, according to Taiwan News.

Her family took her home where funeral directors made preparations for a service, and played Buddhist chants as per the local customs.

The following day, her cousin put earphones on Yang with a different sutra playing. About five minutes later, her family were shocked to see her start clapping and reciting the sutras.

Her son took her back to the hospital to continue treatment where doctors and patients were astonished especially after Yang could even talk to them.

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