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"The whole Tao practice is called the Inner Alchemy practice and the Supreme Inner Sexual Alchemy is the whole Taoist system of how to change the ‘material’ into the ‘immaterial’. 


In the normal sexual way, men lose a lot of energy through ejaculation and women through loss of blood, during menstruation.  So the Supreme Inner Sexual Alchemy teaches you how to prevent this loss of energy, and how to transform  a material thing into something ‘immaterial’, i.e. the sexual organ into sexual energy and then to bring this sexual energy up higher. In the Tao, sexual energy is seen as a very high form of energy.

Usually people just lose a lot of this energy through ejaculation and menstruation.  But sexual energy is a creating power, it creates us, and it has the most healing power.  


Doctors have discovered that if there is no sexual energy reaching the brain, the brain shrinks, gets old and dies.  So first we want to take the sexual energy up to revitalise the brain and make it healthier, stronger, bigger, to increase our knowledge and alertness. This is the major key to longevity. 


Thousands of years ago the Tao, and other systems, discovered that orgasm, compassion and loving energy have a lot of healing power when combined. So when we have arousal, orgasm and loving compassion fire combined together we can use them to heal, create, connect to the higher spiritual practices and connect to the source. So it is a technique which cultivates orgasmic energy: men can train to not lose their energy through ejaculation and women can train to shorten their bleeding during menstruation.  


Men learn a very powerful technique to control ejaculation thus conserving their energy and cultivating greater orgasms, becoming multi-orgasmic and women learn how to transform the blood into chi. 


In the latter part of Tao techniques there are descriptions of how to produce ‘ambrosia’ in women – female ejaculation. Because the lady is water, if their glands do not produce enough water their sexual glands dry up until they cannot produce any more sexual hormones. 


Scientists have discovered that a major cause of Alzeihmer’s disease is a lack of sexual hormone in the brain. The last part of the practice teaches how partners can exchange energy which will then increase their orgasms, permitting multi-orgasms for the man and multi-ejaculations for the woman. 


In olden times there were important secret initiation ceremonies for these practices. It was known as a process which deleted the name from the book of death and re-wrote the name in the book of life."

~ Mantak Chia


"Tao Yin is actually a Chinese version of Yoga, but in China it is connected to the Martial Arts and Tai Chi so there is emphasis on the Psoas muscle and lumbar strength, which we call the core of life. Tan Tien Chi Kung is very similar in as much as the abdomen is the axis of life. There is so much power in the tan tien, hip and groin area, so we pack chi here to protect and strengthen the body. Tan Tien Chi Kung  is also known as  ‘second brain chi kung’, if you can strengthen this area of the body then your ‘first brain’ in your head, will be stronger too."

~ Mantak Chia

Tao Yin exercises will help to revitalise the practitioner's system and bring the benefits of improved health, which can, in turn, lead to longer life. Starting with Full Body Breathing exercises, the practice of Tao Yin continues with a series of exercises which activate the different meridians in the body governing the various organs - the bladder, spleen, liver, kidneys and stomach. The importance of the Psoas Muscle and the various vertebrae groups of the spine are emphasized and a series of exercises which help to strengthen these areas.

The Tao Yin exercises are all performed in either lying or sitting positions. They provide unique benefits that cannot be so readily achieved in standing or moving practices, such as Iron Shirt Chi Kung or Tai Chi. Improved patterns of physical alignment and movement will recondition the spine and refresh the body by opening chi flow in the meridians. Tendons and psoas muscles will be imbued with the power of elasticity, and the spine becomes more flexible. Employing the dynamic principle of 'finding the straight in the curve' enables the practitioner to grow and strengthen the tendons and to cultivate their elasticity. 

Tao Yin exercises are moving meditations. Using the inner smile, one trains the feeling and awareness brain, the Second Brain in the abdomen, to coordinate and direct the actions in the body. They integrate the subtle power of the breath and mind in the process. The practitioner learns to train and develop 'Yi,' the mind-eye-heart power. The practice cultivates gentleness while developing strength. One learns to breathe consciously with the light in order to release tensions and toxins and to energize tired or weak areas during rest between exercises. A balanced Tao Yin session ends with 'Yin Meditation.' With the body deeply relaxed, the mind calm, the tan tien full of chi and chi flowing in the meridians - one might experience the fullness of delightful yang 'cell massage' or the refined yin state of inner 'embryonic breathing.' This foundation practice supports all other practices and so goes very well with the Healing Love meditations. The ‘yin phase’ in Tao Yin ensures that chi circulates naturally going to where the body most needs healing.

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