Yes; initially…for the first 9.99 years (ha!) it seemed like trying to simultaneously extend the spine (through dipping of the coccyx) and contract the spine (through flexure of the sacral musculature)…which seemed physiologically impossible to my mind…but in that thought was my mind creating the barrier to accomplishing the maneuver….this is the barrier that I hope to help others with in this offering. I instinctively recoil at the use of the word “visualize” in matters such as this, because the subject is real, but, it is also true that visualizing the geometrical configuration of the Jade Palace, i.e. the pelvic cavity, and the maneuver that one is seeking to achieve between one’s sensible, tangible coccyx and one’s less tangible pelvic cavity, is, in my experience, very helpful: the pelvic cavity contains all of the reproductive organs and their connective tissues; these organs, under the influence of sexual stimulation, are excited to exercise their functions of secreting fluids; the excitation of these organs attends a generation of energy, in the case of the sexual organs, this energy, in Taoist practices, is referred to as jing. It is the excitation of the sexual organs and the jing energy which it produces, that becomes the basis for the practice of SKF. One can draw the refined distillate of jing energy, chi energy, a form of energy that is universally usable throughout the body for purposes of nurturing and healing, from the pelvic cavity into the opening at the tip of the coccyx, by means of the wasp sting maneuver…and here’s the part that Taoists guard: while being precisely well coordinated with stroking of the “Jade Stalk”. It works like this: once arousal (the honey is heated) just right, i.e. just starting to give off “vapors” (pre-orgasm feelings), then is the time to seek to coordinate wasp sting coccyx dips and shaft strokes…or more precisely, strokes of the shaft, which will generate jing, which one will immediately seek to capture the distillate of, i.e. the chi, with the wasp sting maneuver…when done right, it’s like dynamo…it propels chi up the spinal column, to the cranial pump, and to the crown…many uses there.
I digress: one will know that they have captured chi with thier wasp sting maneuver by the intense warmth that floods one’s lower back…because one will not be able to contain the chi within their MCO…initially.
That changes with practice.
originally: 6.5" BPEL x 5.0" EG (ms); currently: 9.375" BPEL x 6.75" EG (ms)
Tell me, o monks; what cannot be achieved through efforts. - Siddhartha Gautama
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