Feminine and masculine; dominant and submissive; active and receptive; spiritual and physical; hard and soft; intense and subtle; light and dark; slow and fast; quick and prolonged; peaks and valleys…. These are all elements of Yin and Yang , the coming together of equal, complementary opposites to make a united whole. They are also all elements of sexual potential. The Tantrics of India had similar practices, which also seek to create balance and harmony.
THE YIN AND YANG OF SEX
The Yin and Yang of Sex
As a spiritual system, Tao means the way to achieving a true understanding of nature, our mind, and reality, to the way of living in harmony with the changes of Nature. Chinese sexual arts and practices have been part of Taoism from its earliest records of over 4, years ago. For Men they believe, his sexual energy is lost primarily through ejaculation. They have developed methods for ejaculation control as the foundation for conserving, strengthening, circulating and transforming sexual energy. For Women they believe her sexual energy is lost during menstruation and childbirth. For women, these practices include Jade Egg exercises to strengthen the vaginal muscles and increase orgasmic potential.
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Gentlemen listen up! I am here to tell you that more sex, better sex will be yours by utilizing the ancient wisdom of Chinese Medicine. The foundation of everything in nature comes down to expressions of yin and yang.
Practitioners believe that by performing these sexual arts, one can stay in good health, and attain longevity or spiritual advancement. The sexual arts arguably reached their climax between the end of the Han dynasty and the end of the Tang dynasty [ citation needed ]. After AD, Confucian restraining attitudes towards sexuality became stronger, so that by the beginning of the Qing dynasty in , sex was a taboo topic in public life [ citation needed ]. These Confucians alleged that the separation of genders in most social activities existed 2, years ago and suppressed the sexual arts.