October 29, 2006 at 8:14 am #18941
I had plateaued this past month with my practice of the orbit and general plugging in. Went to the genital massage form Mantak’s suggestions in his Reflexology book. Found the hormonal release sans ejaculation with testicle massage altered my abilities to do fusion. I began to feel emotions more than think them. However this reached a cresting point and the book Unwinding the Belly was ordered.
It is so encouraging to see information I have read or played with in own discoveries spoken to from another voice. I love Mantak’s brazen approach- his organization- but I am always left with a training schedule that somehow allows me to leave my heart out.
We so need new voices out here to reach different people.More andmore diverse expressions of old knowledge. Creative applications.
This book by students of Gilles Marin gave me one piece I had missed. The softest touch of skin in the navel The softest massage. Not hard and deep pushing and prodding and not only hands off stimulating chi with the mind. The most gentle unwinding of the navel is giving me my next step. Settling into tissues I wasn’t even aware of tensing nor how to approach with care.
We talk about turning towards love and how propagandized we are. About settling into the lowest center but feeling this with strategies that open us is the journey. The book if interested is by Allison Post. BarryOctober 29, 2006 at 12:23 pm #18942
this is part of an ongoing process. Mantak uses his yang to push out ideas and practices, westerners, who are typically excess yang, rebel and find a more yin way to evolve it. Chinese culture in general is moving towards excess yang (borrowed from western ideas of technology and economics), and the question is whether the West can evolve a balancing culture that is mor nourishing and less false yang. So far its a small sub-culture in the west, but growing.
mOctober 31, 2006 at 6:51 am #18944
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