Pelvic floor health is essential for women’s overall well-being, but it is often overlooked or misunderstood. The pelvic floor muscles, which support the uterus, bladder, and bowel, can weaken over time, leading to incontinence, discomfort, and pain during sex. However, Taoist and Qigong exercises can help women improve their pelvic floor health, increase energy, deepen connection, and experience divine connection.’
What is Jing Chi?
Jing Chi is a term used in Taoist practices to refer to sexual energy, which is considered divine energy that we have all been gifted with. It has many different connotations and can be viewed as creativity, inspiration, or source energy. Sexual energy multiplies the energy of the life force, which is called Chi in Taoism, in unique ways. Thus, it is not just about sexual expression but also creativity and inspiration.
Cultivating Female Sexual Energy
Montauk Chia, one of the foremost authorities in Taoist esoteric practices, wrote a book called “Cultivating Female Sexual Energy,” which offers many Universal practices to transform Jing into Chi, or life force energy. One of the practices that he recommends is ovarian breathing, which is designed to stimulate the ovaries and the uterus by taking slow, deep breaths into the center of the body. This practice helps to relax the pelvic area and calm the nervous system, which allows energy to circulate more efficiently.
Warm Current Meditation
Warm Current Meditation is another practice that Montauk Chia recommends. It involves focusing on the energy that flows up the spine and down the front of the body. This practice helps to circulate energy throughout the body, which can increase energy levels, deepen connections, and enhance meditation practices.
How to do Ovarian Breathing
To do ovarian breathing, place your hands on your belly and take a few deep breaths into your center. As you inhale, imagine the breath flowing down into your ovaries and uterus. As you exhale, imagine the breath flowing out of your ovaries and uterus, releasing any tension or blockages. You can do this practice standing or sitting in a chair, but standing is recommended for a more dynamic experience.
Taoist and Qigong exercises offer many benefits for women’s pelvic floor health, energy levels, and overall well-being. Jing Chi, or sexual energy, is a vital source of creativity, inspiration, and source energy that can be harnessed through practices like ovarian breathing and warm current meditation. These practices can help women deepen connections, increase energy, and experience divine connection. By incorporating these exercises into your daily routine, you can improve your pelvic floor health and enhance your overall quality of life.