Daoist Sexual Energy Training
(Sexual Healing Level 1)
Next Daoist Sexual Energy Training
Oct 11 – 17, 2014
Sexual Energy is a crucial element in Daoism to cultivate the Jing (Essence). Unlike external forces (Cosmic, Earthly, Nature), which can be used but not accumulated, the human sexual power can be refined and gathered. This makes of this energy a real gift to humanity to replenish energy reserves and restore the damage done by unhealthy lifestyle one may have pursue over number of years. Working with sexual energy gives one the opportunity to walk back in time and rejuvenate. This, no other sources of energy could ever grant that blessing.
The source of this energy resides in the lower cavity, the genital area, which is considered like an inner factory of energy. The Dao says that this energy cannot be neutral, it can either accelerate the aging process or restore youth. Note that these practices, issued from monks and nuns, aim for healing and greater spiritual achievements.
The trainee will learn the Daoist Sexual “Solo” Practices, and will be introduced to the “Dual” Practices. The “Level 2” (Dual Practices Training) is taught to the ones having previously trained and mastered the Level 1.
The teaching unfolds following three main steps:
(1) Cleansing the Lower Cavity & Sexual Healing,
(2) Nourishing the genitals with Blood and Qi, and
(3) Refining & Storing Qi throughout the Body.
And are divided in 2 categories:
Dual Practices (note that during this first level training no sexual activities implying touches or intercourses are in the curriculum)
Toning the pelvic floor, the vagina, and the anus
Jade Egg Practice
Sexual Energy Meditations
Orgasmic Upward Draw
Jade Dragon Exercises
Acupressure for Sexual Life
Theory Behind Sexual Energy Practices
Introduction to Dual Practices
Dao Yin of Essence (Jing)
This Dao Yin Series consists in 20 exercises aiming to heal and strengthen the genitals, the kidneys, and all the energy channels related to them.
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