This is a misunderstanding of Wu Wei and non-dualistic thought. It's not just 'not' doing something, that's dualistic.
Here's from an intro to the Analects:
"Meaning literally “no-doing” or “non-doing,” wu-wei might be best translated as “effortless action,” because it refers not to what is or is not being done, but to the manner in which something is done. An action is wu-wei if it is spontaneous, unselfconscious, and perfectly efficacious. Wu-wei action represents a perfect harmony between one’s inner dispositions and external movements, and is perceived by the subject to be “effortless” and free of strain."
CONFUCIUS. Analects: With Selections from Traditional Commentaries (Translated & Annotated) (Hackett Classics)
This is similar to the Buddhist idea of right action. You're using it wrong here.