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#1 celibacyandsexualenergy

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Posted 05 October 2007 - 08:01 AM

The Highest Technology of All Technologies: The Yan Xin Secret

By Drew Hempel, MA

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Yan Xin qigong is a simple, yet very powerful free energy practice that Yan Xin calls "the highest technology of all technologies." I first was introduced to his qigong practice ten years ago by the Chinese community at the University of Minnesota, hosting a Canadian-Chinese Yan Xin presentation from Toronto. The practice worked amazingly well but I just didn't understand why. Now after, of course, learning the "hard way," I have figured out the secret and it's just as effective as flipping a switch to produce free full-spectrum, healing energy.

Qigong master Yan Xin is a "national treasure" of the Chinese government, an official designation that puts him under their protection and supposed control. The Chinese government even produced a documentary called "Yan Xin Supermaster" that I was able to see with the Yan Xin Chinese community at the University of Minnesota. Qigong master Yan Xin was doing "qi-emitting" lectures that were 7 hours straight and were healing thousands of people at a time. One person healed was the now qigong master Chunyi Lin who even studied with Yan Xin's teacher. Master Chunyi Lin now teaches his http://springforestqigong.com in Minnesota and he himself does amazing healing. I was able to take Master Chunyi Lin's classes for several years, receiving his energy tranmissions.

Dr. David A. Palmer's new book: "Qigong Fever: Body, science and utopia in China" (Columbia University Press, 2007) gives further details about the efficacy of Yan Xin's qigong. The Chinese military had qigong master Yan Xin actually put out a vast forest fire! Master Yan Xin also went to the U.S. White House eight times to give energy treatments to President Bush, Sr., which gives some explanation to Bush's paratroop jump in his 80s! Master Yan Xin continues to do mind-blowing medical healing experiments in collaboration with western-trained scientists -- studies published in peer-reviewed international neuroscience journals.

In 1999 there was a big crackdown on qigong in China against Falun Gong and several other practices that had huge movements, larger than the Communist party. At this same time Yan Xin's chi-emitting lectures were stopped and his international community stopped selling Yan Xin's meditation tapes, unless a lengthy training course was first completed. There is even claim now that the Chinese military has developed a secret post-apocalypse qigong weapon, which we can guess is probably based on their national treasure: Supermaster Yan Xin.

YAN XIN'S FREE ENERGY SECRET

What is unique about Yan Xin's "highest technology of all technologies," as he describes in his meditation tape, is a practice that only now I truly understand. Yan Xin has the qigong practitioner put their hands in front of the stomach so that the forehead can point towards the hands enabling energy to feed back into the "lower tan tien" -- the energy foundation of the body. Meditation often involves various "mudras" or hand positions but I've never seen another practice that relies on such a feed-back mechanism that Yan Xin teaches.

Why is this simple practice so important? Anyone who has tried to sit in full-lotus knows it's surprisingly difficult to hold the position for the minimum of two hours that is required for truly deep meditation to be achieved. The pain and pressure in the legs becomes unbearable but if the hands are fed energy by the third eye then an internal energy pump is created which continues to open up the lower body channels. This same free energy feedback effect is produced just by sitting with the legs crossed, western style, or even sitting in a chair, with the back straight -- again the trick is to point the forehead towards the hand, in front of the stomach, so that the hands reflect the head energy back into the stomach.

Both yoga and qigong rely on ionization of the stomach's electrochemicals which are then transduced into the brain via the vagus nerve. The left-brain vagus nerve connects directly to the heart while the right-brain vagus nerve connects to the stomach. So there can be a "mind to heart" left-brain meditation practice, called the "direct path" in Advaita Vedanta jnana yoga or there can be a stomach-brain-heart meditation practice which is really the same as tantra alchemy found both in China and India. Qigong in China emphasizes that it's the lower half of the body which gives power to the mind, enabling paranormal healing abilities.

In tantric Buddhism the male, while sitting, visualizes a female riding on top of him, while he holds the female in front of the body, held up by his hands in front of his stomach. This tantra practice is the same free energy feedback principle as the Yan Xin Secret because the lower half of the body is yin, while the upper half is yang, but when the third eye focuses on the hands then the yang energy from the brain feeds back into the yin energy, reflecting off the hands.

It doesn't matter whether the pracitioner is male or female because the original spiritual energy -- the formless awareness -- is female and for all humans the lower half of the body is yin (female) while the upper half is yang (male).

Often times people will hold their hands in front of the body during meditation but without using the Third Eye to reflect the yang brain energy back into the lower half of the body there is no free energy circuit created. It's well known in meditation that bending the head slightly forward opens up the crucial channels in the back of the neck, but again this is not usually connected with feeding the head energy back into the lower half of the body, via the hands.

What happens in normal meditation then is the vagus nerve pumps the yin energy from the stomach and reproductive organs, up into the brain but then the energy just leaves the body as yang energy -- attracted to yin energy outside of the body. This process is fine for emitting bioenergy healing but it does not produce a free energy feedback system for the practitioner. Mantak Chia, for example, does not teach full-lotus meditation because too often the yang energy gets stuck in the brain without any balance of the body's lower half yin energy. Instead Mantak Chia relies on the "microcosmic orbit" or small universe, an alchemy practice that is also taught in India, as Mircea Eliade details. The Yan Xin Secret is simpler, more direct and more powerful.

The Yan Xin Secret of visualizing the third eye focusing energy on the hands which are then held to reflect that energy back into the stomach enables a free energy feedback system to keep building up the energy of the practitioner. The Yan Xin Secret works because of the complimentary opposite principles of natural resonance using asymmetric number -- something I've explained in detail in other articles.

I had to learn the Yan Xin Secret the hard way because a beginner may not have a very visceral experience with the free energy process. Visualization seems too mystical for westerners -- unless we understand the principle behind it. At first blissful heat is created, then electromagnetic fields and finally light-information.
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Posted 05 October 2007 - 08:15 AM

Wow, I think that was GENIUS! :blink:

It really explains why people are told to meditate with their eyes half-closed staring down their nose...

But really, it's to stare down at their hands then to complete the circuit. Ah-ha!

KUDOS for this insight!
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Posted 05 October 2007 - 08:58 AM

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Edited by 三江源, 13 December 2015 - 12:29 AM.

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Posted 05 October 2007 - 09:01 AM

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Edited by rain, 17 April 2008 - 01:22 PM.

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Posted 05 October 2007 - 09:35 AM

My third eye's an innie, not an outie! :lol:

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Posted 05 October 2007 - 09:41 AM

Thanks for this Drew.

Do you currently study with Yan Xin?
Have you in the past?
Does he teach, or is he returned to China and being kept as a national treasure?

What resources are there for his material? Lectures on CD, videos?

OR shall we just stay tuned for further essays?

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Posted 05 October 2007 - 06:36 PM

Very interesting article
the truth that can be told is not the eternal truth

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Posted 05 October 2007 - 07:38 PM

I spose you can also put the hands near the middle dan tian with the head tilted down looking at the hands and tilting the head back as your hands are above your head? Doing the 3 dan tians in 3 positions!!! :D
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Posted 05 October 2007 - 07:41 PM

I remember reading a book a few years ago by a Chinese scientist, who was trying to debunk Qigong research previously done in China. He referred to the incident when Yan Xin tried to put out a forest fire. He described the conditions that Yan Xin had lain out. Before Yan Xin would make the attempt, there could be no clouds in the sky, and the forecast could not be predicting rain. This happened, and he announced that he would make an attempt. Soon it started raining. The scientist's argument for why this wasn't a very convincing display was that it only rained for a few hours, and didn't completely extinguish the fire.

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Posted 06 October 2007 - 02:27 AM

Certainly different, that's for sure. I have been wondering about the whole neck thing since an ecstacy i went through gave me many visions.

Drew, could you please provide us a picture of someone in the correct posture? Or perhaps some instruction as how to go about doing it.

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Posted 06 October 2007 - 08:16 AM

Drew, could you please provide us a picture of someone in the correct posture? Or perhaps some instruction as how to go about doing it.


yup - it seems easy to over-bend the neck when I try this - it lets the upward energy escape from the neck... I've found that some people are more susceptable to it (leaking energy from the neck) than others.

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Posted 06 October 2007 - 08:50 AM

yup - it seems easy to over-bend the neck when I try this - it lets the upward energy escape from the neck... I've found that some people are more susceptable to it (leaking energy from the neck) than others.



Hence we see the danger of a fascinating examination of a single technique. It is out of context. Drew's explanation of the energetic dynamic is interesting and seems to explain some things, but it is just a small piece of a whole style. I would be very reluctant to explore such a single technique out of the context of the teacher and teaching from which it derives.

Which is why I asked the question - are there more resources available to learn about Yan Xin's style, methods, etc.

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Posted 06 October 2007 - 01:01 PM

Hence we see the danger of a fascinating examination of a single technique. It is out of context. Drew's explanation of the energetic dynamic is interesting and seems to explain some things, but it is just a small piece of a whole style. I would be very reluctant to explore such a single technique out of the context of the teacher and teaching from which it derives.

Which is why I asked the question - are there more resources available to learn about Yan Xin's style, methods, etc.

Craig



Thanks for the comments and questions. This article was published at http://mind-energy.net where links are given to my previous qigong articles published on that site.

As regarding Yan Xin's posture teaching -- I got zany and googled "yan xin meditation posture."

Here's the first link I tried and I'll see if there's a diagram...

http://www.acupunctu...uina/yanxin.htm

From this link we can conclude that Yan Xin is back in China after 3 years of "exile" in the U.S.:

http://www.michaelsh...gongphotopage1/

He brought his U.S. students back to China for a visit!!

Edited by drew hempel, 06 October 2007 - 01:06 PM.


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Posted 06 October 2007 - 01:09 PM

Reminds me of jalandhara bandha

Via Advanced Yoga Practices

Lesson 91 - Yoni mudra kumbhaka Purging the third eye, and much more

There are two other components we'd like to add to yoni mudra. First
is something called "jalandhara bandha," which means, "chin lock." We
will take a less stringent approach than what is implied. All we will
do during breath retention in yoni mudra kumbhaka is let the head
come down as far as it comfortably goes toward the chest. During
inhalation and exhalation we lift it up again. That's all. We just
let the head hang down during breath retention, and let our fingers,
placed on the eyes and nose, stay in place as the head comes down. If
our chin goes comfortably half way down to the hollow of our throat,
that is fine. If our chin goes all the way to the hollow of our
throat that is the full chin lock. Either way is fine. Jalandhara
stretches the spinal nerve in the upper part of the body from the
point between the eyebrows on down. It is easy to feel the
stretching. We don't strain it. If there is some ecstatic
conductivity in the spinal nerve, we can feel the stretching reach
all the way to the perineum. It is amazing how it works. With
jalandhara, we stretch the sushumna from the third eye to the root.
This stretching greatly enhances the effect of yoni mudra kumbhaka,
and promotes the rise of ecstatic conductivity in the spinal nerve.
Later on, we will work more with jalandhara, using a dynamic version
of it to stimulate huge amounts of prana up into the heart, throat
and head. Jalandhara is a very important advanced yoga practice. Here
in yoni mudra we are introducing the beginning of it just letting
the head go down easily while the breath is held in. Then we lift the
head up while we are doing our exhalation and inhalation. We keep it
comfortable.

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Posted 06 October 2007 - 01:25 PM

Yeah amazing I could find no photos or diagrams of the sitting posture but that makes sense since traditionally these things are supposed to be passed in some sacred or secret setting and in fact you have to practice in the Yan Xin group for 3 months before you can even buy the meditation tape for your own personal practice!

Anyway I did find this new review of Yan Xin's peer-reviewed research studies and one of the authors is at the U of Minnesota -- there's another report by this same group stating that females practice Yan Xin qigong more than males. I found this the case for http://springforestqigong.com as well.

http://apha.confex.c...aper_155039.htm

OK here's Yan Xin's first lecture at M.I.T. and then a lady's experience at his Boston worshop in 1994. It appears that Yan Xin was in the U.S. from 1990 to 1994:

http://www-tech.mit....1/1conf.1n.html

http://users.erols.c...ntao/march.html


Reminds me of jalandhara bandha

Via Advanced Yoga Practices

Lesson 91 - Yoni mudra kumbhaka – Purging the third eye, and much more

There are two other components we'd like to add to yoni mudra. First
is something called "jalandhara bandha," which means, "chin lock." We
will take a less stringent approach than what is implied. All we will
do during breath retention in yoni mudra kumbhaka is let the head
come down as far as it comfortably goes toward the chest. During
inhalation and exhalation we lift it up again. That's all. We just
let the head hang down during breath retention, and let our fingers,
placed on the eyes and nose, stay in place as the head comes down. If
our chin goes comfortably half way down to the hollow of our throat,
that is fine. If our chin goes all the way to the hollow of our
throat that is the full chin lock. Either way is fine. Jalandhara
stretches the spinal nerve in the upper part of the body from the
point between the eyebrows on down. It is easy to feel the
stretching. We don't strain it. If there is some ecstatic
conductivity in the spinal nerve, we can feel the stretching reach
all the way to the perineum. It is amazing how it works. With
jalandhara, we stretch the sushumna from the third eye to the root.
This stretching greatly enhances the effect of yoni mudra kumbhaka,
and promotes the rise of ecstatic conductivity in the spinal nerve.
Later on, we will work more with jalandhara, using a dynamic version
of it to stimulate huge amounts of prana up into the heart, throat
and head. Jalandhara is a very important advanced yoga practice. Here
in yoni mudra we are introducing the beginning of it – just letting
the head go down easily while the breath is held in. Then we lift the
head up while we are doing our exhalation and inhalation. We keep it
comfortable.


Edited by drew hempel, 06 October 2007 - 01:33 PM.


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Posted 08 October 2007 - 08:27 AM

Very interesting essay Drew. In your opinion can this also be practiced during standing meditation? The reason I ask is because my tai chi instructor recently showed me a 3 part daoist standing meditation. One of the postures is in the wuji stance with the arms at about a 45 degree angle in front of you, fingertips pointing at each other. The explanation behind these postures wasn't really given. After reading your post, I experimented with tilting the head down slightly along with the energy visualization method and did notice an increased sensation in the dantien area. My only concerns are that the visualiztion takes my mind away from stillness/emptiness., and I was also told my head should be straight with eyes at the level of the horizon.

Is the visualization necessary, or will the energy circulate on it's own if the body positioning is correct. Would it be possible for you to post some pics of what feels correct to you?
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