Dr. Rajnish's Tai Chi Sexual TherapyTai Chi sexual Therapy literally "the bedroom arts", is the way Taoists practice sexual activity. These practices are also known as "Joining Energy" or "The Joining of the Essences". Practitioners believe that by performing these sexual arts, one can stay in good health, and attain longevity or spiritual advancement.
Some Taoist sects during the Han dynasty performed sexual intercourse as a spiritual practice, called "Héqì" (合气, "Joining Energy").
Another important concept of "The Joining of the Essences" was that the union of a man and a woman would result in the creation of jing, a type of sexual energy. When in the act of lovemaking, jing would form, and the man could transform some of this jing into qi, and replenish his lifeforce. By having as much sex as possible, men & women has the opportunity to transform more and more jing, and as a result would see many health benefits.
The concept of Yin and yang is important in Tai Chi Therapy, and consequently also holds special importance in sex. Yang usually referred to the male sex, whereas Yin could refer to the female sex. Man and Woman were the equivalent of heaven and earth, but became disconnected. Therefore, while heaven and earth are eternal, Every interaction between Yin and Yang had significance. Because of this significance, every position and action in lovemaking had importance. Tai Chi sexual Therapy describes a large number of special sexual positions that served to cure or prevent illness.
Tai Chi sexual Therapy, sex is not just about pleasing the man. The woman also had to be stimulated and pleased in order to benefit from the act of sex. Sex should not happen if one or the other partners desire it more. If sex were performed in this manner, the woman would create more jing, and the man could more easily absorb the jing to increase his own qi. One of the reasons women had a great deal of strength in the act of sex was that they walked away undiminished from the act. The woman had the power to bring forth life, and did not have to worry about ejaculation or refractory period.
Tai Chi sexual Therapy were also considered to be a means to extend lives. Many of the ancient texts were dedicated explanation of how a person could use sex to extend life. But, this life was extended only through the absorption of the vital energies (jing and qi). Some people call Tai Chi sexual Therapy as the act of sex “The battle of stealing and strengthening.”
When and where
Tai Chi sexual Therapy, indicates that certain times were better for intercourse than others. A person had to avoid having intercourse on quarter or full moons and on days when there were great winds, rain, fog, cold or heat, thunder, lightning, darkness over heaven and earth, solar and lunar eclipses, rainbows and earthquakes. Having intercourse at these times would harm a man's spirit and would cause women to become ill. Children conceived at these times would be mad, stupid, perverse or foolish; mute, deaf, crippled or blind; unfilial and violent.
Also important was selecting the right day for intercourse if a person desired children. After the woman's period, the first, third or fifth days were the best. If on these days the man ejaculated after midnight, the child would likely be male. If a female child was desired, the man needed to ejaculate on the second, fourth or sixth days after the cessation of the woman's period.
The location of sex was also important. People had to avoid the glare of the sun, moon or stars, the interior of shrines, proximity to temples, wells, stoves and privies, and the vicinity of graves or coffins.
According to Tai Chi sexual Therapy "those seeking 'immortality' must perfect the absolute essentials. These consist of treasuring the jing, circulating the qi and consuming the great medicine." Tai Chi sexual Therapy concerned the first precept, treasuring the jing. This is partially because treasuring the jing involved sending it up into the brain.
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