2015-04-01  恆先無有

陈见 JIAN CHEN 原著:

Taoist Sexual Practices: Taoist Sexual Practice is not simply another form of “ Self-improvement Exercise”. The way some Taoists practiced sex is literally "the bedroom arts", or the Art in Bed Chamber. These practices were also known as "Joining Energy" or "The Joining of the Essences". Practitioners believed that by performing these sexual arts, one could stay in good health, and attain longevity, and eventually, with some other 'spiritual' or alchemical practices, attain even immortality.


Male Control of Ejaculation (inward orgasm, in-jaculation): However, as energetic substance contained in the human body, in Taoists beliefs, Jing can be lost in many ways, but most notably through the loss of body fluids. The fluid believed to contain the most Jing is Semen. Many Taoist practitioners link the loss of ejaculatory fluids to the loss of vital life force: where excessive fluid loss results in premature aging, disease, and general fatigue. Therefore Taoists believe in decreasing the frequency of, or totally avoiding, ejaculation in order to conserve life essence. As these sexual practices were passed down over the centuries, some practitioners have given less importance to the limiting of ejaculation. Nevertheless, the "retention of the semen" is one of the foundational tenets of Taoist sexual practice, and Taoists are emphatic about the value of semen retention, or in-jaculation. Taoists holds the beliefs that an inner orgasm (in-jaculation) stimulates life and vitality, while the outer orgasm (e-jaculation) brings death or loss of health and vitality. An in-jaculation is the most effective tool for transforming a physical orgasm into an energetic orgasm, whereby the orgasmic energy rises up the spine, stimulating the endocrine glands, energy systems, nervous system, and organs. Of course, there are even higher levels of orgasm as well, including a soul-level, total-being orgasm.

Taoists may use practices to stimulate/increase and conserve their bodily fluids to great extents. There are different methods to control ejaculation prescribed by the Taoists. In order to avoid ejaculation, the man could do one of three things below.

The first easy method: He could pull out immediately before orgasm.

The second method: He could apply pressure on perineum, thus retain the sperm. While, if done incorrectly can cause a retrograde ejaculation, the Taoists believed that the jing traveled up into the head and "nourished the brain”. This method is referred by some Taoist scholars as "The Million Dollar Point"-Mantak Chia.

The third method: This method is most advanced method with intentional meditation applied. It involves the Taoist to train himself to separate the impulses of ejaculation and orgasmic contraction (the contraction of the pelvic muscles that "pump" the prostate and the ejaculate). By separating these impulses, at the point of orgasm, the man can halt penetration but remain inside his partner, and forcibly clench his pelvic floor ("stunting" the initial prostate contractions), while simultaneously adopting an intentional meditation that these Taoists believe redirect not the physical sperm, but the life energy (jing) it contains up the back and to the center of the brain. This way the man will still have an orgasm, but will not ejaculate, and most importantly will not lose his erection. This formula prescribes the man to climb a "ladder" of escalating orgasms in conjunction with the intentional meditation, in order to cultivate and store massive amounts of "jing". If performed successfully the male should have no stagnating pain in the testes, and should have no semen in his urine, as well as the health benefits expected by practitioners. Those that practice this method believe that it is one of the keys to immortality.

Metaphors, Imagery, Meditation used in Taoist Sexuality: Imaginary or visualization skill, in combination with intentional meditation, concentration/focus meditation, Qi Gong, is frequently used in Taoist sexual energy cultivating. An example is Inner Smile and the Orgasmic Upward Draw, which were created by Mantak Chia, a world's best-known teacher of the Taoist arts. The Taoists use imaginative, and sometimes humorous, metaphors to illustrate their concepts about sexuality. For example, they regard man as fire and woman as water. Fire, once started, burns fast and can burn out, when, on the other hand, the woman (or water) is just beginning to boil (or get hot). Therefore, the man must control his fire to prolong his climax (and erection). Then he can help the woman reach her natural stages of warming up toward orgasm, thus enhancing the experience for both partners. Thus, the man’s fire (penis or lingam) boils the woman’s water (her womb or yoni). If the man is not trained in the art of lovemaking, her water will extinguish his fire. Therefore, the soft and yielding (yin) can conquer the hard (yang), just as the proverbial flowing river conquers the hardest of rocks.



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(2)第二种方法:他可以压迫会阴,因而保留了精子。 同时,如果做的不正确会导致一个逆行射精,道家信徒们相信,精会行进上升到大脑并“补脑”(或:还精补脑),道家学者们把这一方法视为“中了头彩”。(Mantak Chia.)。

(3)第三种方法:这种方法是最先进的,它同时运用到有意图的冥想。它涉及到道家信徒们训练自己将射精冲动与高潮收缩(前列腺和射精“泵”的盆腔肌肉收缩)分离开来。通过在高潮节点时分离这些冲动,男人可以停止抽动但保持在他伴侣的阴道里面,并用力紧缩盆底(“阻碍”初期的前列腺收缩),同时采用一种有意图的冥想,这些道家信徒们认为这样就改变了身体精子的方向,但身体精子所包含的生命能量(精)从后背上升到了大脑中枢。使用这种方法的男人仍然有高潮但不会射精。最重要的是不会失去他的勃起。这一准则规定,男人要配合有意图的冥想,爬上逐步提升的高潮“楼梯”, 以滋养和储存大量的“精”。如果成功地实施,男性应该没有郁积在睾丸的疼痛,他的尿液里也应该没有精液、也有实践家们所预期的健康好处。那些练习这个方法的人们相信它是获得长生不老的关键之一。


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