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Huang Ti the Yellow EmporerThe term "Tao" is defined as meaning "The Natural Way." The ancient Taoist philosophy grew out of a desire to prolong life - in short, it was a quest for achieving immortality. It wasn't until many centuries later that it grew into the religion that exists today.

The original Taoist's teachings primary concern was with the preservation of health and the prolonging of life. The methods they developed led to the creation of the Chinese system of Qigong (pronounced Chi Gung) which means "energy exercises." These advanced techniques were soon extended to sexual enhancement based on the belief that male semen was the source of Chi (energy) and life itself.

The first known references to these sexual exercises dates back to the teachings of Huang Ti (commonly known as the "Yellow Emporer") called, "The Yellow Emporer's Classic of Internal Medicine" (Huang Ti Nei Ching) believed to have been written nearly 6,000 years ago. Huang Ti is considered to be one of the founding fathers of ancient Taoist philosophy.

Naturally Enhancing The Sexual Organs

Taoism was the first philosophy to take human sexuality fully into account and to present it in such a way that people could transform themselves using their use own sexual energy. Specific exercises were created to strengthen and enhance the sexual organs in order to counter the normal energy-depleting effects of having sex. These methods work to increase blood circulation in the abdomen which in turn transports nutrients and energy carried in the semen throughout the entire body.

Some exercises help to improve ejaculation control, increase semen output and prolong sexual intercourse. This is made possible by strengthening the prostate and generating and balancing secretions of the endocrine (hormonal) glands.

During ordinary intercourse the prostate swells with semen to maximize size before ejaculating. During ejaculation, the prostate shoots out its contents in a series of contractions and sexual intercourse ends. With nothing left to ejaculate, induce contractions, or maintain an erection, a man cannot continue to have sex. When specific exercises are practiced, semen can be pumped out of the prostate in small doses to other glands and blood vessels and intercourse can be prolonged.

Strengthening The Prostate

Success with this type of exercise is achieved by strengthening the anal muscles and rectum. As people grow older, the anal opening tends to become loose. This is caused by the loss of nerve-use that controls the anus and results in serious bowel problems. Anal muscles which have atrophied and become weak create an environment for diseases such as hemorrhoids and prostate cancer. Exercising and keeping these muscles strong is therefore crucial to a person's health.

The prostate, which lies between the anal muscles and the scrotum is exercised and strengthened by contracting the sphincter muscles. This action helps to prevent or even reverse many diseases associated with the prostate.

Enhanced Sexual Ability

The ancient Taoist technique which we will cover next is used to build up a man's sexual ability and enable him to prolong intercourse for as long as he wishes. It should be noted that those practicing these powerful techniques often experience an increase in sexual energy. The common tendency is therefore to increase the quantity of sex. As with all things however, when taken to excess, this can lead to weakness and depletion of energy. Leading a normal and active sex life requires replacing the energy which was lost.

In the upcoming article we will look at step by step instructions for one particular Taoist sexual exercise. When used properly, this technique will help to build up energy reserves within the body, increase semen output and improve one's overall sexual ability.

Next: Instructions For Taoist Sexual Exercise Set

Posted by PRS
Tuesday, September 18th, 2007


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