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Book Select – The Sexual Teachings of the White Tigress & Jade Dragon : Secrets of the Female/Male Taoist Masters

 White Tigress women undertake disciplined sexual and spiritual practices to maintain their beauty and youthfulness, realize their full feminine potential, and achieve immortality. Revealed here for the first time in English are the secrets of the White Tigress that have all but disappeared from the world. Under the guidance of Madame Lin, the matriarch of a distinguished White Tigress lineage still in existence in Taiwan, Hsi Lai was given the privilege to study these practices and record them from a modern perspective so they will be forever preserved. The vast majority of Taoist texts on alchemy, meditation, and sexuality are directed at male practitioners. The Sexual Teachings of the White Tigresspresents traditions that focus on women, traditions that stem from a long line of courtesans and female Taoists. Translations of the ancient teachings from a rare White Tigress manual dating back 3,000 years explain the sexual and spiritual refinement of ching(sexual energy), chi (vital energy), and shen(consciousness)–the Three Treasures of Taoism–the secret to unlocking eternal youthfulness and immortality

Reveals how the sexual practices of the Taoist Jade Dragon can help men achieve “immortality” through the enhancement of their sexual prowess.

• A companion guide to The Sexual Teachings of the White Tigress that focuses on the male side of White Tigress sexual practices.

• Reveals the nine Jade Dragon exercises and other Taoist techniques for achieving the elixir of immortality.

• Offers physical and spiritual solutions for the sexual issues facing men.

Hsi Lai continues the work he began in The Sexual Teachings of the White Tigress by exploring more fully the male role in Taoist sexual transformation. As with those of the White Tigress, the techniques of the Jade Dragon are part of a disciplined sexual and spiritual practice. The goal for the Jade Dragon is health, longevity, and immortality through external and internal regimens for the enhancement and accumulation of the Three Treasures of Taoism–ching (sexual and physical energy), qi (breath and vital energy) and shen (spiritual and mental energy).

The author presents the nine Jade Dragon exercises that strengthen erections, enlarge the penis, increase semen quantity and quality, prevent premature ejaculations, and enhance sexual energy. He also details herbal remedies for revitalization that address both physical and spiritual sexual components, as well as ancient Taoist breathing and meditative practices and sexual stimulation techniques that amplify sexual intensity in order to create the elixir of immortality. Concluding with the importance of the interactions between and interdependence of White Tigresses and Jade Dragons, Hsi Lai shows the reader how these ancient Taoist secrets can be incorporated into a contemporary lifestyle.

Book Select: Iron Shirt Chi Kung

An introduction to the ancient Kung Fu practice designed to unify physical, mental, and spiritual health

• Describes the unique Iron Shirt air-packing techniques that protect vital organs from injuries

• Explains the rooting practice exercises necessary to stabilize and center oneself

• Includes guidelines for building an Iron Shirt Chi Kung daily practice

Long before the advent of firearms, Iron Shirt Chi Kung, a form of Kung Fu, built powerful bodies able to withstand hand-to-hand combat. Even then, however, martial use was only one aspect of Iron Shirt Chi Kung, and today its other aspects remain vitally significant for anyone seeking better health, a sound mind, and spiritual growth.

In Iron Shirt Chi Kung Master Mantak Chia introduces this ancient practice that strengthens the internal organs, establishes roots to the earth’s energy, and unifies physical, mental, and spiritual health. Through a unique system of breathing exercises, he demonstrates how to permanently pack concentrated air into the connective tissues (the fasciae) surrounding vital organs, making them nearly impervious to injuries–a great benefit to athletes and other performers. He shows readers how once they root themselves in the earth they can direct its gravitational and healing power throughout their bone structure. Additionally, Master Chia presents postural forms, muscle-tendon meridians, and guidelines for developing a daily practice routine. After becoming rooted and responsive, practitioners of Iron Shirt Chi Kung can then focus on higher spiritual work.

The Book can be found online at Amazon 

Be Metaphysical – Eye Wide Shut

This is the way I gauge attention plus awareness while sparking up the minds eye.

I will start with awareness, your focus can sway between many thoughts, feelings and physical sensation like itches in meditation. I use mudras as a way to gauge my awareness. Ill focus on the two points mental and physical. When I drift into focusing Screen Shot 2015-10-24 at 10.49.22 AMmore on mental/thoughts etc I will tend to lose awareness of my body. The Mudra awareness gauge, I will form my hands into a Mudra and meditate. After a few minutes I will bring my awareness back to my hands and attempt to feel what position they are in and most of the time I can not gauge which position my fingers are in, Both hands seem to feel like one. I like to use this as physical /mental anchor and gauge. Mudras also have their benefits of redirecting energy through specific paths/channels.


Sight, ever been looking for something and realize you have overlooked everything else you weren’t focused on? Or be looking directly at an object or person, drift off in thought then have to re focus your sight. The eyes will focus on what your mind sets out to see. Most of the time when I closed my eyes in the past it would simply be darkness but now I use my eyes as if they are open even when the lids are closed. This is key in developing an “inner vision” that is just as accurate and observant as your “outer vision”. A test you can perform daily is looking around then closing your eyes and attempting to mentally describe/paint what your surroundings are. This will build up your memory and inner vision. Vision is your mind processing light, it also has the ability to process sound. Using the pineal gland it is possible to process sound into sight. The basics would be seeing with eyes closed as if they were open.

I’m always open to feedback practice and let me know if this method is efficient for you. Peace