Published works by Master Wu
 

XiLengYinShe 西冷印社 (Historical XiLeng Seal Script Society Scholars' Garden) in HangZhou, Zhejiang province. 

Throughout history, many reknowned Chinese scholars, poets and artists have come from China's beautiful Zhejiang province. In the Internal Alchemy tradition, the two most famous classic texts (CanTongQi 參同契 and WuZhenPian 悟真篇) were written in this area, Master Wu's home province.

 

Publications by Master Wu

Books

XinYi WuDao: Heart-Mind - The Dao of Martial Arts. London: Singing Dragon, 2014.

Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches (TianGan DiZhi) - The Heart of Chinese Wisdom Traditions. London: Singing Dragon 2014.

Fire Dragon Meridian Qigong - Essential NeiGong for Health and Spiritual Transformation. London: Singing Dragon, 2012.

Chinese Shamanic Cosmic Orbit Qigong — Esoteric Talismans, Mantras, and Mudras in Healing and Inner Cultivation. London: Singing Dragon, 2011.

The 12 Chinese Animals — Create Harmony in Your Daily Life through Ancient Chinese Wisdom. London: Singing Dragon, 2010.

Seeking the Spirit of The Book of Change — 8 Days to Mastering a Shamanic Yijing易經 Prediction System. London: Singing Dragon, 2009.

Vital Breath of the Dao — Chinese Shamanic Tiger Qigong (Laohu Gong). St. Paul: Dragon Door Publications, February, 2006.

Shamanic Microcosmic Orbit Qigong. Portland, OR : Chinese Wisdom Traditions, August, 2003.

The Shaolin Tradition's Seventy-Two Movement Exercise and the Mt. Wudang Tradition's Sixteen Movement Qigong Form. Beijing: National Sports Publishing House, 2001 (in Chinese).

Qigong Exercises from Mt. Wudang: Taiji and the Twenty Methods of Intertwining Hands. Beijing: National Sports Publishing House, 2001 (in Chinese).

The Origins of Taiji and Bagua Symbolism and the Concept of Building Health and Nourishing Life. Beijing: National Sports Publishing House, 2000 (in Chinese).

Qigong and Life. Xi'an: Xi'an Travel Publishing House, 1996 (in Chinese).

Secret Way for Healing and Improving Your Destiny. (Advanced Text). Xian: Changan Enlightenment Qigong School, 1993 (in Chinese).

Study cards

Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches (TianGan DiZhi) - The Keys to the Sublime. London: Singing Dragon, 2013.

Book forewords

The Essence of Chi-Gung by Daniel Reid. Shambhala, 2012.

Tranquil Sitting: A Taoist Journal on Meditation and Chinese Medical Qigong by Yin Shih Tzu.     London: Singing Dragon, 2012.

The Art and Alchemy of Chinese Tea by Daniel Reid. London: Singing Dragon/Jessica  Kingsley Publishers, Caravan Press, 2011.

Articles

“Exploring Advanced Meanings of the Pure Yang Mudra” – Qi: The Journal of Traditional Health & Fitness, Autumn 2016

"Shape your Destiny” - Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2016

“Pure Yang Mudra – In Search of Classical Roots of Qigong” Taiji and Qigong – The German Magazine for qigong and taijiquan (translated into German), Spring 2015

"DaiShiXinYiLiuHeQuan" - Tai Qi Chuan & Oriental Arts, Fall 2014

"The Way of Man and Nature" - Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Spring 2014.

“LaoZi – Hidden Dragon” – Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2013.

“LaoZi – Hidden Dragon” – YangSheng. Nov-Dec 2012: Vol 2 No 6.

 “Energy Medicine and the Purpose of Cultivation – An interview with Jessica Kingsley, of Jessica Kingsley Publications” Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2012.

“Dragon and Guai 夬 (Great Transformation)” – Qi Journal, Winter 2012

"Qigong is the Source of Chinese Medicine." Interview with Master Zhongxian Wu, Singing Dragon Newsletter. January 2012

“Chinese Shamanic Cosmic Orbit Qigong.” YangSheng, June 2011: 7-8

BiGu ShiQi: Avoiding Food and Eating Qi.Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Spring 2011: 26-32

“Chinese Astrology and Inner Cultivation.” Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2011

Zhi 志 (Memory) - The Spirit of the Kidneys.” QiDao (YangShen), Nov./Dec. 2010: 13

“Tiger and Tai (Balance).”  Qi — The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health & Fitness, Spring 2010:28—31

“The Wisdom of Twelve.”  Evolve!: Evolutionary Products, People, and Ideas, Vol.9 No. 4, 2010: 46-48

“Hidden Immortal Lineage TaijiQuan.” Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Summer 2010: 38—40

“The Wisdom of Twelve.” Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2010: 8—12

“Life is the Treasure.” Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Spring 2009: 27

“Symbolism and Prediction with The Yijing.” Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Spring 2008:35—42

XiYi Xiansheng – The First Promoter of Taiji.” Qi — The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health & Fitness, Spring 2008:14—15

“Daoist Numerology.” Journal of Martial Arts and Healing, Vol. 1, No. 2, Fall 2007:14—17.

“The Spirit of Yijing.” Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Summer 2007:30—32

“The Yijing (I Ching) Dao of Tea.” Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2007:8—9, 44

“Shamanic Root of Taiji.” Journal of Martial Arts and Healing, Vol. 2, No. 1, Winter 2006-2007:4—7.

“The Function of the Dao.” Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Winter 2006:12—13

“Tea and Enlightenment.” Qi — The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health & Fitness, Summer 2006:44—45

“Tea and the Dao.” Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Spring 2006:37—45

“Wu Qigong (Chinese Shamanic Qigong).” Vitalics, Vol. 2, No.1, 2006: 4

“Laohu Gong (Shamanic Tiger Qigong).” Vitalics, Vol. 2, No.1, 2006: 6

“The Common Root in Martial Arts and Healing Mastery.” Journal of Martial Arts and Healing, Vol. 1, No. 1, Spring 2005:5—13.

“Introduction to Fu: The Energetic Symbol.” Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Spring 2005: 34-35.

“Wu (Chinese Shamanism) and Qigong.” Qi: The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health & Fitness, Vol. 15, No. 1, Spring 2005: 44-48.

“Introduction of ‘Fu’ – Spiritual Calligraphy Symbol.” Healing Tao USA, 2005.

“Qigong – The Original Root of Classical Chinese Medicine.” European Journal of Oriental Medicine (EJOM), Vol. 4, No. 6, Winter 2004:16—21.

“Qigong in the Study and Practice of Classical Chinese Medicine: General Points.” Taijiquan Journal, Vol. 5, No. 1, Winter 2004: 9-14.

“The Theory of Weight Loss Qigong, the National Institutes of Health Research Project.” OAA (Oregon Acupuncture Association) News, Fall 2004:14.

“Qigong and Weight Loss.” Traditional Chinese Medicine World, Fall 2004: 6-7.

“Martial Arts, Qigong, and Shen (Spiritual) Cultivation.” Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Philosophy and Practice, Fall 2004: 37-41.

“Ba Zi – Chinese Astrology.” Qi The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health & Fitness, Summer 2004

Dancing and Drumming – Feeling the Rhythm of Qigong, Calligraphy, and Wu (Shamanism)”,  Qi The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health & Fitness, Winter 2003-2004

“Qigong in the Study and Practice of Classical Chinese Medicine,” Taijiquan Journal, Winter, 2004

The Cauldron and the Horse: Internal Cultivation and Yijing,”  Taijiquan Journal, Summer 2003

“The Roots of Classical Qi Gong,” EJOM (The European Journal of Oriental Medicine), Summer 2003

“Seeking the Roots of Classical Qigong,” Qi: The Journal of Traditional Eastern Health & Fitness, Autumn 2003

“Dancing and Drumming – Feeling the Rhythm of Qigong, Calligraphy, and Wu (Shamanism)”, Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Arts. Fall 2003

“Exploring the Meaning of the Pure Yang Hand Mudra,”  National Qigong Association Newsletter, pp.8-9, Winter 2003

Seeking the Roots of Classical Qigong: Exploring the Original Meaning of the Pure Yang Mudra,” Empty Vessel: A Journal of Daoist Arts, pp. 26-30, Winter 2003.

“Ding, The Cauldron: On the classical origins of the Horse Stance.” National Qigong Association Newsletter, pp. 3-5, Spring 2002

"The Authentic Qigong Lineage of Mt. Emei, Part One," Chinese Qigong. Beijing, January 2000.

"The Authentic Qigong Lineage of Mt. Emei, Part Two," Chinese Qigong. Beijing, February 2000.

"External Movement Practices of the Confucian Style Authentic Mt. Emei Qigong," A Compendium of Chinese Qigong Styles. Xi'an, Xi'an Travel Publishing House, 1998

"Self-Treatment of Five Organ System Diseases With Authentically Transmitted Exercises From the Mt. Emei Tradition," Chinese Qigong. Beijing, March 1998

"External Movement Practices of the Confucian Style Authentic Mt. Emei Qigong," International Qigong News. Xi'an, February 1997

"A Report of the First Conference on Daoist Methods of Nourishing Life at Louguantai Monastery," Sanqin Daoism. Xi'an, October 1996

"The Best Way of Universal Energy Union.” International Qigong News, Xi’an, June 1995.

"On the Inner Meaning of Qigong," International Qigong News. Xi'an, November 1994

"Walking Qigong Practices From the Buddhist Tradition," Qigong and the Environment: Journal of Life, Nature, and Global Qigong. Chengdu, September 1994

"The Application of Traditional Incantations, Mudras, and Mantras," Qigong and the Environment: Journal of Life, Nature, and Global Qigong. Chengdu, June 1994

"A Brief Explanation of Traditional Incantations, Mudras, and Mantras," Qigong News. Xi'an, April 1994

"Chinese Dragon Freestyle Qigong," Qigong and the Environment: Journal of Life, Nature, and Global Qigong Chengdu, March 1994

"Five Phase Element Internal Alchemy Practice," Qigong and the Environment. Chengdu, December 1993

"The Inner Meaning of Qigong and Its Principles of Conduct," Proceedings of the Shaanxi Qigong Association's Scholarly Symposium. Xi'an, November 1993

"Esoteric Immortality Practices by Ancient Alchemists," Proceedings of the Shaanxi Qigong Association's Scholarly Symposium. Xi'an, November 1993