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Taoist Bedroom Secrets: Tao Chi Kung Traditional Chinese Medicine for Health and Longevity on the Deep Sexual Wisdom of Love (Shangri-La) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – August 2002


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"With the Taoist energy exercises, you have found a way to connect love and sexuality for your own advantage and for the benefit of your fellow human beings."

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This text is about the deep sexual wisdom of love as one of the eight supporting pillars of Taoism". According to the traditional teaching, the "Taoist Bedroom Secrets" are the root of human happiness. They are based on the foundation of the ancient Chinese procedures of diagnosis, therapy, and treatment. This book focuses on the "jade stem" and the "jade gate", which symbolize the exchange of masculine and feminine energy. The strongly vitalizing power of the illustrated chi exercies can be recognized in names like "Return to Springtime" or "The Heavenly Water of the Life Force".

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HASH(0x97ba7c3c) von 5 Sternen a lot of chaff, a little wheat 14. Dezember 2008
Von AlchemistGeorge - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This thick book feels very dated when you read it, as if it had been written in 1980.

It presents a huge amount of information on the historical Taoist / Chinese points of view on human sexuality, and could be said to give a fairly comprehensive view of the most basic elements of the subject. Personally, I found it to not be useful except as a reference book, and felt it would have benefited from a more aggressive editor.

It is packed with information - more than forty-seven diagram and charts of reflexology and acupressure / acupuncture points. Unfortunately most of this information is not of much practical use. It is also full of misinformation - a man's `jade stalk' does not have to be a particular shape to gratify a woman, and the author would appear to believe that women only achieve sexual gratification through sexual intercourse. It contains the usual long, overly detailed explanation of why it bad for men to ejaculate, and the obligatory chapter (eight pages) on thrusting patterns - complete with detailed charts. Like many Chinese books it appears to have been researched and written by a man, and a fair amount of information about women appears suspect to me (I'm a male) - I do not believe it is likely that a jade stalk, however long, would ever enter the cervix. (obviously you do not want to go in the cervix)

As far as sexual energetic techniques, the deer technique is as far as the book goes. It is described very well. That's it. I would say this book has fewer relevant bedroom qigong techniques than any other I've read.

The text describes eight very simple general chi kung exercises in detail, and mentions but does not describe the crane and tortoise breathing exercises.

To give you an idea of the level of detail:
- a one page table of Chinese sexual euphemisms - "jade flute", "clouds & rain"
- eight pages of rules for a Taoist sex act [not: when you are tired, after eating, during menstruation, during intense storms, after flying in an airplane, etc.]
- Erotic massage (10 pages) - primary, secondary and tertiary erogenous zones of the male & female body, relevant acupuncture points of the hands and feet, the twelve reflex zones of the jade stalk(male) and jade gate (female), reflexology points of the labia ...
- determining biological age from the angle of the erection (4 pages)
- Techniques to "improve" the shape of the `jade stalk'

There is a huge overlap between the material in this book and the material in Stephan Chang's Tao of Sexology. One would guess they studied with the same teacher.

I would not recommend this book, except as a reference.
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HASH(0x97bab69c) von 5 Sternen Taoist Exercises for strengthening sexual energy 27. Januar 2003
Von Rick Johnson - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The information in this book is not found anywhere else. The Deer exercises for male & female are detailed better than I have seen before (although they could be a little more specific). The Deer exercises are sort of like a Taoist 'vadroli mudra'. If one is interested in Taoist Sexual Studies, I recommend this book after one has read "TSFR: Taoist sexual fitness regiment" by Bruce Wong and "The Complete Book of Chinese Health and Healing" + "Tao of Health, Sex & Logevity" by Daniel Reid and "Cultivating Male Sexual Energy" + "Cultivating Female sexual energy" by Mantak Chia.

The information may be too foreign for someone who has not yet read similar material, but its subject matter is unique in English. Although these books are not as good as the information on 'Egyptian Christic Pranayama' in "The Yellow Book" by Samael Aun Weor (and his other books) regarding how to manage and use the sexual energy, they are helpful for those interested specifically Taoist studies.
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