Wuji Qigong Therapy

Energetic medicine developed in China over a span of thousands of years. Although the art and clinical skill of Chinese Medical Qigong is considered an integral and critical component of modern Traditional Chinese Medicine, its historical origin can be traced back further than the invention of written language.
— Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson, PhD, DTCM (China)

Qi means "life-energy". Gong means "work with practice". Therefore, Qigong is the art and science of utilizing life-energy in ways and means that can not only enhance your life, but also heal imbalances. 

Wuji Qigong is a unique form of Medical Qigong Therapy developed by Qigong Master Jane Yang. Previous to this, she was practicing traditional Medical Qigong therapy and teaching traditional Qigong practices such as Zhineng Gong, Gou Lin Walking Chi-Gong, Shen Gong, Yan Xin Chi-Gong and many other forms of external and internal Qigong exercises). As useful as they are, Master Jane ultimately found that they were exercises designed merely to relax and strengthen the body and mind. Simple or complex, they only had this effect.

Jane has used many different forms of Medical Qigong healing techniques, some based on the techniques of traditional Medical Qigong therapy and some based on her own developing understanding of how the body works. But what Jane has observed in her clinic is that techniques of any kind are no more truly effective in releasing the fundamental tension that exists in all living beings than the conventional techniques of drug therapies and invasive medical procedures. It did not matter what alternatives she offered her patients, whether it was a form of traditional Qigong exercises or meditative techniques. Master Jane noticed that the effects in the body-mind were temporary and only gave the appearance of a healthy body through providing an excess of qi in their bodies. As soon as a person stopped whatever form of remedial techniques they were practicing, they soon returned to an imbalanced bodily state, because as soon as they used up this excess Chi, they would slowly go back to where they started, in some cases feeling even worse, because now they had a feeling of being disillusioned that this so called miracle cure is not working either. In fact Jane has yet to see any technique of any kind that can truly effect the great change people are hoping for.

The word Wuji means "Purest Original Force". It is traditionally depicted as an empty circle, but Master Jane Yang’s feeling about the Wuji is that it truly is not just an empty force as depicted by the empty circle, but a Field of Energy full of Blessing, Beauty, and Great Peacefulness. This field is indeed the Source of all things.

Master Jane found that she could come to rest in this great Field of Energy and all kinds of changes at the human level would occur. Master Jane Yang has seen a great change in her patient's lives as a result of “Soaking them” so to speak in this WuJi Field. She has noticed fundamental changes in personality, disposition to ordinary life, changes in their relationships to themselves as well as to their families and work situations. These changes are not just superficial; they are a growing process of change and adaptation to a completely different way of life.

The practice of Wuji Qigong is one in which all the various factors that lead us to become ill and out of balance with the Life-Force that lives and breathes all living beings, can begin to be seen as our own action and therefore able to be acted upon intelligently and gradually changed. The one major effect of Wuji Qigong Therapy is an increased force of bodily purification that appears to be working at a cellular level. Physical and emotional shocks that are buried in the bodies structures both physical and subtle are able to be released in this process in ways that are lasting and true.

Further Reading
What Is Medical Qigong?