Golden Elixir Chi Kung

By (author) Mantak Chia

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Golden Elixir Chi Kung
By (author) Mantak Chia

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Edition : New Edition of Elixir Chi Kung

Pages : 144

Book Size : 6 x 9

ISBN-13 : 9781594770265

Imprint : Destiny Books

Release Date : November 23, 2004

Format : Paperback Book

Illustrations : Full color throughout

Golden Elixir Chi Kung contains twelve postures that develop and utilize the healing power of saliva, long considered by Taoists as a key component for optimum health. Taoists believe that this Golden Elixir is a physical healing agent, and also a major transformative agent in preparing for higher spiritual work.
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About Golden Elixir Chi Kung

Techniques for preparing and using the Golden Elixir to achieve optimum health and spiritual vitality

•Includes practical exercises and postures to produce regenerative effects in one’s own saliva

•Reveals how combining saliva with the hormonal fluids released during sexual practices creates the Elixir of Immortality

Golden Elixir is the fountain or water of life. It is the combination of saliva, hormonal fluids, and external essences that when mixed together become the Elixir of Immortality. Saliva has long been considered by Taoists as a key component for optimum health. Some Taoist texts recommend swallowing the saliva up to 1,000 times a day to promote physical healing. Thousands of years ago Taoists became aware of changes in the taste and consistency of saliva that accompanied meditative practices. They learned that by combining saliva with the hormonal fluids and essences released during sexual activities a powerful elixir is formed. Taoists believe that this Golden Elixir is not only a physical healing agent, but also is a major transformative agent in preparing for higher spiritual work.

Golden Elixir Chi Kung contains twelve postures that develop and utilize the healing power of saliva. Ten of these involve gathering energy and forces through the body’s hair, which acts as a negative-energy filter and can also be used to store surplus positive energy. Taoists regard the hair as antennae extending out into nature and the universe. By utilizing the practices in this book, readers can develop self-healing abilities and establish a better connection to the universe as a whole.

Excerpt

Book Excerpt

Chapter 1
The Role of Saliva and Hormones in Golden Elixir

Golden Elixir

Golden Elixir Chi Kung is a special system of Chi Kung practices that focuses on building Chi power in the saliva and hair to strengthen the physical body. Golden Elixir is saliva fortified with hormones and Chi, and can be used in healing practices. Body hair plays an important role in Golden Elixir Chi Kung because Taoists regard the hair as antennae extending out into nature and the universe. The hair absorbs Chi, filters out negative energies, and stores surplus Chi that can be drawn into the Golden Elixir. This book presents numerous practices for fortifying saliva with hormones and Chi, producing the Golden Elixir that is known as the “water of life.”

Thousands of years ago the Taoists became aware of changes in the taste and consistency of saliva that accompanied meditative practices. They observed that relaxation increases the flow of saliva and mixes it with hormones. Taoist practitioners believed that when the saliva tastes sweet, it contains the “longevity hormone.” The resulting Golden Elixir was thought to moisturize the intestinal tract and lubricate and energize all the organs, tissues, and joints in the entire body. Golden Elixir is especially strong when it is fortified with sexual hormones and energies through practices such as ovarian and testicle breathing, and massaging the breasts and testicles. Throughout this book, we will present a number of practices for empowering Golden Elixir with various hormonal energies and Chi so that it can be used to strengthen and heal the body.

Swallowing Saliva

The swallowing of saliva involves certain breathing techniques. In this practice there are eight different swallowing techniques that include the pressing of the fingers and the palms. This practice generates an internal power transfer into the palms and the fingers. In the period before gunpower, the internal power of the fingers and the palms was a deadly weapon. These modern practices, listed below, will greatly improve and strengthen the fingers for all of your daily work.

1. Dragon Gazes at the Pearl: Swallowing saliva with pinching of the fingers in front

2. Looking Back at the Moon: Swallowing saliva with grasping of the fists

3. Wai T’o Offering the Rod: Swallowing saliva with pressing of the palms

4. Giant Raises the Tower: Swallowing saliva with thrusting of the palms

5. Iron Bridge Swallow: Swallowing saliva with pinching of the fingers from behind

6. Shaking the Head and Wagging the Tail: Swallowing saliva with rubbing of the palms

7. Pulling Silk and Swinging the Leg: Swallowing saliva with breathing of the palms

8. Gathering the Golden Earth Pill: Swallowing saliva with palms gathering the Earth Chi

Looking Back at the Moon: Swallowing Saliva with Grasping of the Fists
1. Stand with feet together, facing forward. Both hands are in loose fists, with a circular space between the fingers, as if holding a steel rod.

The right hand is held at your forehead, palm out. The back of the hand is at but not touching the forehead. The left hand is held with the palm facing the body at waist level, directly under the right.

2. Turn to the left by rotating the body at the spine and look over the shoulder at the back of the right heel. As you turn, the right hand will move toward the left eyebrow, the left hand moving with it to the side of the waist. Look at the ankle. You will feel this stretch at the waist.

3. Gather the energy, be aware of your hair. Dim your eyes. Be aware of your left, open armpit hair. Lightly contract the anus and perineum, and pull up the sexual organs.
Table of Contents

Table of content

Acknowledgments

Putting Golden Elixir Chi Kung
   into Practice

Introduction
     Water of Life
     Universal Tao Basic Practices
          and Preparation Exercises

1 -- Golden Elixir: The Body’s Own Fluids
      The Healing Potency of Saliva and 
         Hormones
           The Healing Power of Jesus’ Saliva
      Saliva: Glands and Composition
           The Benefits of Combining Chi and
              Oxygen with the Saliva
      Hormones and the Endocrine System
      The Different Types of Elixir

2 -- Golden Elixir Chi Kung
          Foundation Practices

      Basic Elixir Practice
      Nine Flower Glands Massage

3 -- Drawing in Surplus Energy
      Sensing the Hair and Its Surplus Energy
      The Biology of Hair
      Initial Exercises for Drawing in 
         Surplus Energy
           Simple Saliva-Swallowing Exercise
     
Drawing in the Surplus Energy
           Tongue Connection to the Heart
           Mouth Connection to the Spleen
           Nose Connection to the Lungs
           Ear Connection to the Kidneys
           Eye Connection to the Liver
           Sense Openings–Mouth Connection

4 -- The Twelve Elixir Chi Kung Practices
      
Dragon Gazes at the Pearl
      Looking Back at the Moon
      Wai T’o Offering the Rod
      Giant Raises the Tower
      Iron Bridge Swallow
      Shaking the Head and Wagging the Tail
      Pull the Silk and Swing the Leg
      Gathering the Golden Earth Pill
      Tiger out of the Cage
      Iron Buffalo Plows the Land
      Fair Lady Jumps
      Elixir Chi Kung Ending Exercise

5 -- Golden Elixir and Chi Circulation
       
Chi Circulation Exercise

Bibliography

About the Author

The Universal Tao System and
    Training Center

       The Universal Tao System
       The Universal Tao Training Center
          System

Index

Author Bio
A student of several Taoist masters, Mantak Chia developed the Universal Tao System in 1979 and has taught tens of thousands of students from all over the world. He tours the United States annually, giving workshops and lectures. He is the director of the Universal Tao Center in northern Thailand and is the author of 25 books, including the bestselling The Multi-Orgasmic Man.
Reviews

Reviews

Book Praise

Book Praise

"By utilizing the practices in this book, readers can develop self-healing abilities and establish a better connection to the universe as a whole."
Branches of Light, Spring-Summer-Fall, 2006
Back Cover

Back Cover Copy

MARTIAL ARTS / TAOISM

Golden Elixir is the fountain or water of life. It is the combination of saliva, hormonal fluids, and external essences that when mixed together become the Elixir of Immortality.

Saliva has long been considered by Taoists as a key component for optimal health. Some Taoist texts recommend swallowing the saliva up to 1,000 times a day to promote physical healing. Thousands of years ago Taoists became aware of changes in the taste and consistency of saliva that accompanied meditative practices. They learned that combining saliva with the hormonal fluids and essences released during sexual activities forms a powerful elixir. Taoists believe that this Golden Elixir is not only a physical healing agent, but also is a major transformative agent in preparing for higher spiritual work.

Golden Elixir Chi Kung contains twelve postures that develop and utilize the healing power of saliva. Ten of these involve gathering energy and forces through the body’s hair, which acts as a negative-energy filter and can also be used to store surplus positive energy. Taoists regard the hair as antennae extending out into nature and the universe. By utilizing the practices in this book, readers can develop self-healing abilities that revitalize organs and promote longevity and spiritual vitality.

A student of several Taoist masters, Mantak Chia founded the Healing Tao System in North America in 1979 and developed it worldwide as European Tao Yoga and Universal Healing Tao. He has taught and certified tens of thousands of students and instructors from all over the world and tours the United States annually, giving workshops and lectures. He is the director of the Tao Garden Health Spa and Resort training center in northern Thailand and the author of twenty-five books, including the bestselling The Multi-Orgasmic Man.

 

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