According to Taoism, overstimulation of any of the sexual organs like clitoris of penis shaft can disrupt the balance and can affect the health negatively. (Photo: Representational/Pixabay)
Sex is bliss, if not anything less. While having sex, you are completely engrossed in the process; a sexual act is as a pure drug that consumes you. When you are making love, you are completely cut out from the world and enjoy every bit of the moment.
With so much bliss involved in sex, have you ever thought of healing your body and mind for a soulful experience? Well, if not, then we urge you to try the much talked about Taoist sexual practices. This involves adding just a little bit of spirituality to your prevalent sex life to heighten the excitement.
There is a popular belief that the human body and the world need to align them with the higher natural order of things – Tao. Practising Taoism (old Chinese philosophical and religious tradition) in the realm of your boudoir can be quite interesting. Think of it, practicing spiritual sexuality through sex is like breaking all conventional ideas of achieving spirituality. It serves as a good source to experience spiritual sexuality and to improve your sexual well-being.
Here are some of the main aspects that make Taoism so popular:
This concept is based on dualism – the contrasting forces of nature, which says that opposite forces attract therefore, helping maintain the balance. The Taichi symbol, also popularly known as the Yin-Yang embodies this concept.
In the case of penetrative sex, the unification of opposite sex serves to define this concept, where there is an exchange of bodily fluids, receiving of energy and others. If you analyse it from the Taoist point of view, this force or energy helps in improving overall health, longevity and spiritualism.
Semen retention is one of the most important themes in Taoism. In this practice, there are restrictions on how and when a male can have orgasm or ejaculate. The restriction is implemented so that it does not drain the energy out of the male in the form of hormones, vitamins or minerals. However, science might totally disagree with this.
However, let’s just keep the concepts and theories aside. Doesn’t it sound intriguing that he is going to cum late, thereby increasing the duration of your session? Everything has its pros and cons. So it’s a beneficial practice to experience spirituality and also holding himself back.
Taoism correlates ejaculation to a man’s age. It is a known fact that younger bodies can recover from the loss fast as compared to older beings as it takes time to replenish that what is lost. The theory is said to have its root in some mathematical calculations. Well, we will not delve deeper into those complicacies.
The crux is simple – a man who is 45 years or above, it is acceptable for him to shot his load once in 10 years, whereas, for a young lad almost every three days is quite acceptable. What fun for the young lads to experience more of sexual spirituality!
Ejaculation vs injaculation
In Taoism, ejaculation does not equal to an orgasm. A man can perform "injaculation", in which the sperm can be directed back to the prostrate. According to the Chinese acupressure, this hot spot is known as the Jen-Mo point. Though this simple and easy technique, man can experience multiple orgasms without even ejaculating. This is so much for men to enjoy.
Reflexology of sex organs
In Taoism, there is an important concept – reflexology of sex organs. It is a belief that human organs are mapped internally. It is therefore, reflexology can be helpful in treating internal issues by just applying pressure at the right points.
According to Taoism, overstimulation of any of the sexual organs like clitoris of penis shaft can disrupt the balance and can affect the health negatively. It is, therefore, important to approach sex in a prescribed way in certain postures and poses so that rhythm, frequency and depth are aligned as per the bodies need.