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[Seasonal Harmony] By Ellasara Kling Last issue we talked a little bit about the flavors of foods and some of the effects that those flavors have on the function of the various organ systems. Also based on Five Element Theory … Continue reading
Healing Through Pleasure Diagnosing Heart-Sickness by Felice Dunas, Ph.D. Sonya fell in love again. She is in her late 30s now and her body clock is ticking so loudly she mistakes the sound for tinnitus. While she hopes that this … Continue reading
Biophotonics-Bioenergy Results are in from the Rhine Center Experiment These results may shock the energy field workers with its implication by Sifu Don Brown Qigong, Pranic, Reiki, Yoga and other types of energy practices tap into a source fromthe bioenergy … Continue reading
The School of Chi Energy Heals Presents Chi and Emotional Stability:Moderation is the Key by Sifu Cindy Cicero Whether you have a Qigong or Chi Energy practice emotional composure is the essential building block for good health. In the School … Continue reading
Living the Integral Way of Life By: Michelle Wood What Is an Integralist? One of the topics dear to my heart is balance and harmony, both the inner balance and harmony of your body systems and organs working perfectly, and … Continue reading
Taoists regard the orgasm as the combined essences of all the body’s vital organs. Each organ and gland participates in the orgasmic process as follows:
1. The five senses create an environment for an orgasm as we become aroused through particular sights, sounds, feelings, scents, and tastes. These external senses arouse our internal senses, which give rise to the essences that initiate an orgasm.
2. The brain receives the message of arousal from the outer senses and translates it, directing the body to create an orgasm from its best life-force energy. Continue reading