In this interview, Dr Wu Dhi and I discussed opening the heart in relation to Chinese medicine, medical Qi Gong, and the body, mind and spirit, along with identifying several causes of invasive energy.
Wu Dhi was born Sherwood Swartz but mostly known as "Woody" to friends and family. As a student of various traditions, he received various names and titles over the years as is appropriate in those schools. Among these names was Wu Di, very similar to the pronunciation of Woody, in China, the name means "has no enemies". Wu Di was later renamed by a Tibetan Lama to Wu Dhi with an "h". Although this may not seem like that much of a change from Wu Di or even Woody for that matter, it is, in fact, a high honor to receive such a name directly from a Lama. Dhi, in this case, is the Sanskrit seed syllable "Dhi" and associated with the great wisdom holder Manjurshri.
Dr. Wu Dhi has been a pioneer in alternative health care for over 30 years and a master of Medical Qi Gong. Dr. Wu Dhi completed his advanced studies in neurology under the direction of Professor Sun at the prestigious Heilongjiang, University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Harbin P.R.China.
As a part of his comprehensive training, he worked in the immunology department at South Shore Hospital in Miami Beach Florida. He has a degree in Oriental Medicine and is also State licensed and nationally board certified as an Acupuncture Physician.
In China, Dr. Wu Dhi was afforded the privilege of studying under many of today’s living masters of Chinese Medicine. He has extensive experience working and training in the medical, spiritual and martial Qi Gong disciplines (Chinese Energetic Medicine). He is presently completing his doctoral degree in Medical Qi Gong, under the direction of Dr. Jerry Alan Johnson, one of the few internationally recognized non-Chinese Grand Masters of Medical Qi Gong therapies.
Dr. Wu Dhi has been practicing and teaching an integration of Ancient Eastern and Modern Western healing practices for the greater portion of his professional career. Through seminars, public speaking, and direct practice, he continues to inspire and guide professional health practitioners in the United States and abroad who are just now realizing the value of utilizing Traditional Chinese and Alternative Therapies.