Wu We Zei is one of my favorite daily supplements I use to provide me with an extra boost of energy and clarity through out the day. I have noticed no ill side effects. It is similar to taking an effective nootropic, but containing no caffeine or artificial compounds, the energy itself feels cleaner. When consumed intentionally, it provides the ‘woke up feeling right’ kind of energy and maintains it throughout the entire day bringing that enhanced mental and physical stamina to all of my activities.
The Sun stands as the ruling luminary of this organic, also known as Magnolia berry. It is among the first herbs studied by russian scientists in the early 1900’s at an attempt to scientifically classify herbalism. Its study literally created the class of Adaptogenics because of its versatile applicapiblity. The hunters who were being studied made claims of the berry suppressing their desire for hunger, thirst, and reduced the desire to sleep, all while increasing their overall energy levels. These hunters were chewing berries… Hopefully, you have the spagyric, the fully evolved version of the berries. The effects the hunters claimed have been found to be true. Further claims by these bad ass Siberian predators suggest that the berries increase the capacity to see without light.
Wu Wei Zi, as it is known in Ayurveda, means, “to quiet the spirit and calm the mind”. This carries great potential for metaphysical application. The primary obstacle we face in our left brained analytical society is to quiet the mind and to wrangle and tame the internal monologue to regain greater awareness of the origin and expression of our thoughts, feelings, emotions, and all mentation.
We We Zei has been scientifically shown to exert equalizing affects by targeting the fluid networks of the body. This makes it a good herb to combat night sweats, dehydration, and kidney dis-ease. These effects fall right in line with the herbs classification on the Tree of Life on the branch of Equilibrium and Beauty, traditionally Tiphareth. Alas, the Sun, being the rejuvenating invigorating force that potentiates your energy, uses Schisandra to guide its own fire through the faculties of our awareness that require balance. As an herb working to still the waves of the mind, and keeping balance in mind (did you catch that magnificent pun?), it should be noted that the brain is 80 percent water, you should drink the most purified water to act as the carrier for the solar energy, not just for balance between the herbs affects, but because you probably aren’t drinking enough water! Half your body weight in ounces a day!
We can harness the affects of Wu Wei Zi for spiritual expansion by understanding that the nature of Whole-Being-Healing is to reinstate the operators consciousness closer to the internal divisions between the physical avatar and the non-physical realities of consciousness. This is objectively measured and subjectively experienced when the mind is in a Theta-state, which we know to be the state meditators seek to achieve with thoughtlessness. Through technological advancements and alternative herbal treatments we can catalyze this state of consciousness much easier than if it were through brute application of willpower, which some monks say takes a lifetime.
Simply put, this internal division is between the objective and the subjective worlds. They are not really divided, but one can become easily lost in either world for lengths of time that could span for just a juvenile few years, or even multiple lifetimes carrying the limited awareness through generations. It is simply the matter of crossing the bridge between worlds for yourself, in order to awaken to the true nature of your multifaceted experience. Our western culture has made the objective world and glorification of its materiality the foundational hallmark of our society. In doing so we have reduced the expression of our subjective endowments effectively causing mass populations to suffer from mental, therefore subjective health issues that cannot be understood through a solely objective lens. On the path of Whole-Being-Healing, both realities, objective and subjective are taken into account, and the appropriate balance is sought between the two. Balance comes in the form of re-familiarizing ourselves with our unique expression into the subjective, non-physical reality and understanding this to be a natural extension of our lives apart of a larger reality, beyond our cities, beyond our state or nationality, it is The Real World we, as Citizens of the Universe, or Cosmopolitans, should be living with.
When the desire is again cultivated to begin exercising these innate talents, it helps to understand fully where exactly your position is in this infinite experience, so in this recalibration of our asomatic senses, we need a teacher and there is no better teacher than nature. This Solar herbs primary expression just so happens to be one of the annotated Siddhis. A Siddhi is (Sanskrit: सिद्धि siddhi; fulfillment, accomplishment) spiritual, paranormal, supernatural, or otherwise magical powers, abilities, and attainments that are the products of spiritual advancement through practices such as meditation and yoga. These Siddhis stand to serve as checkpoints on the way to spiritual attainment. Of the annotated Siddhis, there are 5 primary and 10 secondary powers. Krishna describes the The first power of the secondary siddhis in the Bhagavata Purana as Anūrmimattvam, meaning The quality of being undisturbed by hunger, thirst, sleep, and other bodily appetites. So here we have scientifically proven effects of herbal medicine bringing about a known paranormal power, or more so, a spiritual attainment on the path to total self realization. A spiritual attainment can be understood as a ‘an experientially new effect of willpower.’ Some call the continual realization and mastery of these powers the path of enlightenment, or in alchemical tradition, the Great Work.
To the average human, to be undisturbed by hunger and thirst don’t sound so much like super powers. However, the aspirant knows the path of enlightenment dictates an individual must have total control over all of his carnal desires, food and water being a carnal desire, it can have many applications in fasting and transitioning diets. Not to mention, didn’t Jesus fast for 40 days before he went super sayan? Im just sayan…If you’re looking to conquer some of your carnal desires to gain further self-mastery, Schisandra may be for you. Not all plants give you extraordinary capacities, but all do~do something, you must ask yourself, “is it serving to me?” … If you find it is, I can deliver it at no cost.
It is not often we find direct correlations between the ancient scriptures and modern scientific findings but the Magnolia Vine is a shining example. Whole-being-Healing, is an effort within Plant Based Spirituality to revitalize and reawaken the dormant spiritual powers to further the unfoldment of our uniqueness and ameliorate our hyper~sentience through the exploration of the non-physical mutiverse. This herbal spagyric is only meant to show you what you are alraedy capable of and should never be abused. The science says you cannot last three days without water nor three weeks without food. Do not try to push it with Schisandra Chinensis. If you do I claim no responsibility, but I would like to hear about it.