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Healing Love -
Sexual Healing & Sexual Alchemy

"Qi" (also pronouced as "Chi"), the Chinese word for life energy, is the force within our bodies and within the universe that engenders all life and all things. The word itself has many translations, such as energy, air, breath, wind, or vital essence. There are 49 cultures around the world that understand the concept of Qi in one form or another; examples include Ki (Japanese), Prana (Sanskrit), Lung (Tibetan), Neyatoneyah (Lakota Sioux), Num (Kalahari Kung), and Ruach (Hebrew).

It is understood that Qigong ("energy work") heals and purifies the physical, emotional, and spiritual energy fields of our bodies. As such, it transforms the self from deeply ill to radiantly healthy. Self transformation then is a form of alchemy, where something base is turned into something beautiful (the idea of "turning lead into gold").

Within our body, there are various natural energetic forces for healing and spiritual growth. Sexual healing is an important and profound aspect of healing and purifying that is almost completely neglected in the West today.

The Taoists view that sexual relations between male and female are the primary earthly manifestation of the universal principles of Yin & Yang. As such, the Chinese regard sex to be as natural and indispensable to human health and longevity as rain falling on the fields is to plant life.

For many centuries, much of the cultural, moral, and religious baggage that was often associated with sex in the West was non existent in the East, especially in the ancient religious and esoteric traditions of India, China, Tibet, Japan, and elsewhere. The intense sense of guilt attached to sexual matters in Judeo-Christian tradition is, in Chinese eyes, one of the most unpleasant and incomprehensible aspects of Western culture. Sex was considered a natural part of life.

Like everything else in Western philosophy, sex is viewed through the lens of dualism; it is seen as either sacred (in matrimony) or profane (out of wedlock), with no room for anything in between. The ancient Chinese, however, did not draw distinctions between sacred and profane sex. As far as the Taoists were concerned, the only important distinctions regarding sexual activities are those between healthy and unhealthy habits.

The shame, guilt, and vulgarity associated with sex in the Judao-Christian West thanks to the "Puritan Ethic" instead of hiding sex made sex into a form of entertainment, a commodity to sell and entice with.

Sexuality is NOT entertainment, but a practice. Sexual practice is exactly that: something that must be cultivated, appreciated, respected, enjoyed, and worked with so that one not only becomes skilled in its use, but changed for the better by it's practice. Sexual practice, or Healing Love, is an essential part of any fully functioning healing and purifyingsystem.

During Qigong practice you use your concentration (based on your intention or desire) and your breath to activate and move your internal energy so that blockages are removed. These blockages cause pain on many levels, including the physical, emotional, mental, and spirtual. Once the blockages are removed through regular Qigong practice or via the direction of a Qigong healer, one can release great inner tension and can begin to finally fully heal on all levels.

As you become better able to sense (increase your awareness of) and move your Qi, you will also be able to move your sexual energy, or Jing Qi, as well. The ability to expand and move your sexual energy allows you to transform your sexual energy into Qi, or life force, which will give you a great deal more energy as you live your life in the world. And when your energy is strong and your intention is clear, your Qi is transformed into spiritual energy, or Shen.

The concept of Yin and Yang is important in Taoism, and consequently also holds special importance in sex. Yang usually referred to the male gender, whereas Yin could refer to the female gender. Man and Woman were the equivalent of heaven and earth, but became disconnected. Therefore while heaven and earth are eternal, man and woman suffer a premature death. [Wile, Douglas. The Art of the Bedchamber: The Chinese Sexual Yoga Classics including Women's Solo Meditation Texts . Albany: State University of New York, 1992.] Every interaction between Yin and Yang had significance. Because of this significance, every position and action in lovemaking had importance.

Both philosophical Taoism and religious Taoism included in their classics many positive ideas about sex. Taoist texts described a large number of special sexual positions that served to cure or prevent illness. The Quan Zhen Pai'm ("Perfect Realization School") Taoist school sought immortality through meditation, breathing exercises, bathing, gymnastics, sexual arts, medicines, chemistry, and other means.

Fángzhong Shù, literally "Joining Energy" or "The Joining of the Essences", is the Chinese name for the way some Taoists practiced sex. An 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 one could transform some of this jing into qi, and replenish the lifeforce. By having as much sex as possible, one had the opportunity to transform more and more jing, and as a result would see many health benefits. They believed that by performing these sexual arts as a spiritual practice, one could stay in good health, and eventually, with some other spiritual or alchemical practices, attain immortality.

For Taoists, sex was not just about pleasing the man, as it has been debased to in today's times. The woman also had to be stimulated and pleased in order to benefit from the act of sex. Sex could only happen if both partners desired it. 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. Women were also given a prominent place, with the sexual tutor being a woman. 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 a refractory period as did men. The major Taoist sexual techniques include teaching how to master the differences of sexual arousal of male and female, harmonizing the sexual will and desire, and liberating and activating the female while relaxing the male. These techniques can be used to prolong the sexual act and contribute to the pleasure of both partners. Emphasis was placed on breathing techniques (qigong) during sex to prolong a man's orgasm to make a woman orgasm several times to gain her yin essence.

In all the ancient Chinese sex manuals, woman is always depicted as the guardian of sexual arcana and the supreme source of life-sustaining essence and energy. In these texts the woman plays the role of the great initiator and teacher of sex, while the man is described as a sexually ignorant bumbler (as most modern day men have become thanks to a lack in education and the idea of sex being nothing but recreational entertainment, where the woman is just a fantasy object). This condition may explain the deep fear and resentment that many men harbor toward women.

Sexual practices help relax the nerves and increase blood flow; the more relaxed you become, the more easily Qi begins to flow. Sexual alchemy becomes possible as the body rejuvenates and transform one's self into a younger and healthier person. It also allows you to increase your physical pleasure and intensify your orgasms, especially for the woman in a relationship. Healing Love practice offers a practical method to access and integrate the two most powerful healing forces in the world: real love and sexual energy. These practices can increase your feelings of love and invigorate your body and soul.

One invigurating sexual practice is called Tantric Sex. In China, Tantric Buddhism developed that called for engagement with the natural processes within the world, and shared much with Taoism. Tantra challenged the acetic beliefs of that time, purporting that sexuality was a doorway to the divine, and that earthly pleasures, such as eating, dancing and creative expression were sacred acts. Tantra is over 1600 years old, and like yoga it originated in India. The word Tantra means"tools for expansion. or "to manifest, to expand, to show and to weave." It is a set of teachings and practices that are specifically designed to help us feel more, to increase our awareness of our own energy, and the energy around us. One path that Tantra uses to these ends is the exploration of sexual energy. Tantra uses such techniques as keeping one's eyes open during sex; prolonging foreplay slowly; sharing each other's breath; and creating an intimate space to interact in.

The goal of Tantric sex is to allow us to experience more depth and breadth in our sexuality. The goal is not necessarily orgasm, but rather enriching the whole sexual experience. In Tantra, like Taoism, there is the idea that the smooth flow of energy in our bodies can get stuck somewhere in the system, becoming blocked from moving freely or depleted for a variety of reasons. Tantric practice works toward keeping energy flowing through us smoothly and naturally.

The western concept of sex is like a story with a clear beginning (sexual excitement), middle (penetration), and end (orgasm). With Tantric sex, the point of sex is not orgasm, the point is to feel. There is no clear cut beginning middle or end. Most of the exercises related to Tantric sex involve slowing things down, trying not to focus on our external body, or orgasm, or anything outside of our experience of the moment. Instead, you attempt to prolong the act, increasing potent sexual energy and intimacy with your partner.

In the West, sex is a source of recreation rather than a means of transformation. Without a focus only on achieving orgasm, the goal becomes increased awareness leading to greater understanding of ourselves, which eventually leads to enlightenment and even spiritual healing. Sex is thought to expand consciousness and to weave together the polarities of male (represented by the Hindu god, Shiva), and female (embodied by the Hindu goddess, Shakti), into a harmonious whole. One comes to terms with one's own inner male or female, regardless of one's sex.

Once one can truly love themselves, then they can begin the process of truly becoming engaged in the act of loving another, deeply and profoundly on all levels: physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Heavenly Giving energy merges with Earthy Receiving energy, transforming into selfless Sharing energy, the state of mutual and simultaneous giving and taking.

Genuine trust develops that brings long term love, affection, and devotion. A couple can then finally become intimate with each other in the true sense of the word; each one connecting more fully and trusting that one is in complete support of the other. The final result is complete joy and graditude with oneself, one's partner, and the world. Tantric sex brings one on a spiritual path that is devoted and dedicated to the challenge of becoming aware, in every moment of our embodied lives, of the supreme flow of the sacred lifeforce itself—the Sacred Unity of Love.