Wu Ji Gong is a simple to learn a 15-minute form of Living Qi Gong that gathers Qi (Chi) from the 5 sacred directions North, South, East and West, and the Center. It allows this very balanced energy from the environment to be integrated into the physical and energy bodies of anyone practicing the form.
What does a living form mean?
The uniqueness of the form is that it is a living form when you practice it you receive the Qi (life force) of all the people who practiced it before you including the legendary founder and Tao immortal Chang San Feng who is credited with creating the form.
Chan San Feng is generally considered by most historians as the inventor of Tai Chi, originally developed for self-defense, but few people are aware that he also created a form of movement also for freedom for being your natural self. In the east, this as also called enlightenment but this term has not really been understood correctly.
To understand what freedom is being our natural self, we need to understand who we are as human beings.
We have an outer self, we can call this the personality, our body and how we perceive ourselves as a physical being. We then have as inner self our inner being, dreams, thoughts feelings and also the unconscious mind.
We then at the deepest level of our being have an original self.
A self that is perfect that is without a sense of separation this original self sometimes called “The face before you were born” or “Original Spirit.”
Freedom what I also call Embodiment is letting this original self express through all the other layers of our being so we unify all 3 aspects of ourselves into one functioning whole.
So we can believe very deeply we are all one but your partner of 15 years suddenly says something and you feel very separate very isolated and not at all in touch with this oneness. So in Wu Ji Gong courses, I’m very clear that this is a process over time and it takes as much courage as patience to integrate all of you.
Wu Ji Gong is designed to strengthen the connection to that original self so it starts to express in our actions, thoughts, feelings, and way of being in the world. We start to make decisions that nourish the unfoldment of this original self and allows our outer personality to become more and more an expression of it.
For my self, I attribute this form not only with helping me become a better teacher but also the form itself has revealed many aspects of Taoist spiritual insights hidden within the form. All in all this form is the greatest spiritual gift I ever received in my life.
I have made a sincere inner commitment to myself to teach it to as many people as I can. Hence this web site and the world wide awakening of trained teachers globally.
You know in my life I have practiced many forms of mediation and yoga and Qi Gong and one of the things I have noticed is that when you’re using your own effort, your experience can vary from day to day, so you can have an amazing meditation then the next day just average.
The one thing I have noticed with Wu Ji Gong is it always gives consistent results, a powerful experience of my inner being every time I practice it.
It also has a deeply healing effect on people that practice daily, it seems to magically give just what the person needs at that time in their life
I think the one thing that everyone experiences, is its centering and calming experience as it develops the deep peace of the true inner self.
Andrew Kenneth Fretwell Founder WUJI-GONG.ORG