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  1. in-jaculation - Ways

    The primary purpose behind Taoist lovemaking is the transformation of sexual energy into healing energy and vitality, resulting in better health and potential immortality. The primary Taoist technique to achieve these healing effects is called the inward orgasm (in-jaculation), whereby the orgasmic energy rises up the spine, stimulating the endocrine glands, energy systems, nervous system, and organs. Taoists teach 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. Of course, there are even higher levels of orgasm as well, including a soul-level, total-being orgasm. So what are some ways to achieve in-jaculation for the well being? One way to achieve in-jaculation is by applying pressure on the perineum, thus retaining the sperm. But I have not been successful in finding the perineum. Any suggestions on finding this spot? Another way is by reversing the orgasm up the spine to the crown of the head and down the face vitalizing all the organs in the body and back to the lower dantian to store the energy in the navel? So what are some ways to achieve in-jaculations for better health?
  2. Form and Chi Movement

    1. My first question is whether one's form/position matters when meditating? eg. sitting, standing, walking, lotus position. And if so, how does it affect your body when meditating or doing qigong? 2. How does one smile at one's organs,"breathe" directly into one's organs to fill them with chi? Is one in a state of meditation when doing this? How does one know if said organ in filled with chi? How does one breathe into specific parts of their body? Edit: 3. What breathing mechanisms would you recommend for building up chi or just energy work in general. eg reverse breathing,