Wu Wei 無為 is the Chinese word and philosophy meaning "nonaction" or "effortless action." It is often considered a "state of flow" where one is peacefully submerged in a task without any outside interference. In Taoism, it is a way of being and a unification between the body and spirit. It involves flowing with the current of nature within and outside oneself. This means not afflicting or forcing ideals, actions, and concepts that go against the way of spirit.
In this blog, I wish to share the beauty of Wu Wei and nourishing the spirit with food. As I practice the teachings of Traditional Chinese Medicine, I wish to share recipes to support the flow of qi or life force in the body. More than ever do we need healing for the spirit. What better way to start than with the very essence of food.
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My name is Sisi. I am a student that loves to cook. I use cooking as a way of healing and to provide nourishment to the spirit. To me, it is a way towards enlightenment--a form of meditation. I started this blog in hopes to inspire others to use food in a similar way. I hope you may find something that resonates with you here. Thank you!