“The Wuji form conforms to the basic principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) which in fact sprung from Qigong concepts that go back 5,000 years. Like all Qigong in this way, the enhanced movement of Qi (life-force, bioelectric vitality) is promoted throughout the body as well as the storing and strengthening of Qi for good health.”
“Outwardly, Wuji Qigong is an exercise and stretching system, focusing on synchronizing the breath with slow movements and guided visualizations. Upon deeper study, the transformative nature of this health maintenance modality becomes apparent.”
“Through cultivating your inner Qi and spirit, you become strong, not as an "individual" against the world but as an integral part of the world; a mirror reflecting light… Sincere practice with an intention to remain receptive is the key…as we come to realize the holistic nature of Wuji Qigong will affect the body, mind, and spirit."
- What is Wuji Qigong? By Francesco Garri Garripoli and Daisy Lee-Garripoli.
"About 800 years ago a Taoist Master called Chang Sang Fong created a special form called Wuji Qigong that was mostly kept secret but was preserved by being passed down through a lineage of Masters. The magical, graceful movements of this form are designed to gather the Chi or Life Force from the four Cardinal Directions, and from Mother Earth below, and from the Star Father of Heaven above.” This secret, easy to learn Tai Chi for Enlightenment form is designed to capture the 'subtle breath' or chi ('qi') flow of Heaven and Earth, and fuse it into the human body. Gathering chi inward to the core of our being, in graceful, beautiful effortless spirals, Tai Chi for Enlightenment, gradually dissolves the physical and karmic layers of tension in both your physical body and your energy body."
"Primordial Wuji Qigong form combines tai chi, feng shui, chi kung (qigong), and inner alchemy, a powerful form of Taoist meditation. It is designed to capture the primordial original yuan”
“This inner space is called "wuji" (Supreme Unknown) - the Primordial space. The design of the form incorporates every aspect of Tao theory: Yin-Yang body channels, 5 Elements vital organ and seasonal cycles, feng shui (directionology) of the 8 Trigram forces, (Pakua), water and fire alchemy, the 10 Heavenly Stems and 12 Branches of the Chinese calendar, body-spirit and microcosm-macrocosm resonance, Taoist sexual-numerology, jing-chi-shen-wu stages of inner alchemy, tai chi body movement principles, Original Chi -Tai Chi -Wuji cosmology. It is truly amazing how much is packed into one tiny little form! Grandmaster Chang San Feng created Primordial Wuji Qigong. It has 13 movements: 12 movements of Earth and one movement of Heaven that is done 50 times, ten times in each of the five directions. It was secretly practiced by a lineage of Taoist masters for the last 800 years."
Michael Winn, Primordial Wuji Qigong Master