Happiness is healing, joy, and longevity; correct sex yields infinite happiness. Pain is incurable disease, depression, and death; incorrect sex yields infinite pain. Correct sex spreads happiness among individuals, their progeny, and society. The pathway paved with knowledge and wisdom provided by Taoist Sexology that ends at physical, mental, and spiritual elevation lead the individual through extraordinary territories of experience.
Upon embarking on this journey, the practitioner will immediately see the horizons of his or her health, happiness, and success stretch into infinity. It contains secrets which help humanity enjoy life, improve life, love life, and benefit from life. Specifically, it provides methods which heighten, intensify, and prolong lovemaking to strengthen the bond of love between a couple, so that the nucleus of the family may be strengthened.
Methods which improve progeny intelligence, beauty, wisdom, health, and morality are provided in addition to methods which improve and unify the physical, mental, and spiritual aspects of the individual. In the past, many of these promises were fulfilled for those who were fortunate enough to use Taoist Sexology methods.
Severe restriction of readership prevented many from reading, understanding, or interpreting the book. Therefore, satisfactory translations of the book were difficult to find and many sexology teachings that were widely shared were distorted, incomplete, and unreliable. It was a shame that these much-needed philosophical treasures were buried under such selfishness and incompetence.
For fifty years, Dr. Chang had been trying to tear away the secrecy and distortion surrounding the Tao of Sex Wisdom in his research and lectures, by fully and accurately disclosing the teachings, clarifying obstruse areas, and supplying scientific information to further comprehension in his book The Tao of Sexology: The Book of Infinite Wisdom. Long in coming out, this book deserves serious consideration because sex is a subject of wide and deep implications.
At first glance the subject of sex seems to be uncomplicated. In truth it is of monumental importance to the health and happiness of the individual, society, and nation. The book was written with these considerations mind: As experience accumulates, a greater understanding of the teachings results, and continued analysis is encouraged. Morality must be lifted to a new height. In fact they knew that God was life, that He was the life force that animated all living things, that He was the motor of creative processes, and that He was the intelligence responsible for life engineering and cellular self-repair.
They also knew that the sexual glands could be used as a source of life force for their own bodies. These realizations caused Taoists to create a complete system of methods and techniques called the Tao of Sexology. With that Taoists hoped to elevate self-healing to its fullest potential, to energize the whole body to defy time. We depend on the sexual gland to support our mental and physical functions as we depend on the stove to cook food. Without a stove, nothing can be cooked or eaten and life will end.
The importance of the sexual glands as the motor of rejuvenation cannot be over-emphasized. When the mental and physical aspects of the body become tired, depressed, or negative, more problems or diseases arise.
Then the aging process begins. All of these problems can be prevented or corrected by properly functioning sexual organs. When the machinery of rejuvenation is activated through the practice of Taoist Sexology, aging can be prevented.
And when aging is prevented, death is prevented. The age-old search for the fountain of youth may end here, for Taoists believe that immortality can be attained by transforming the physical body through continuous rejuvenation.
On one hand, some social influences promote the release of sexual instincts at the animalistic level only. On the other hand, many religions stifle or denounce sexual activity to promote spirituality.
Release of sexual desires results in many problems, such as venereal diseases. Stifling of sexual desires leaves people unsatisfied, for they are not bodiless spirits as long as they live on earth. Taoism eliminates this dilemma by allowing the sexual instincts to serve a spiritual purpose.
The Tao of Sexology techniques provide a direct, tangible experience of God. By sharing true love, giving true love and receiving true love, two people learn to understand the nature of God. To experience love is to experience God. The specific techniques involve acupuncture points and nerve reflexology.
They allow the couple to merge their energy at the level of their respective organs and awaken their intuitive and spiritual centers. Why should we want to experience God? If we have always been blind, we cannot fully understand the meaning of light.
Likewise, without experiencing God, we cannot fully understand the meaning of God. He is not limited by space or time. And He has everlasting life. Unfortunately many people think sex is dirty or sinful. Because they were not taught about the relationship between sex and spirituality, they were cut off from a vital means of experiencing and understanding God. Hence, many must find other ways of getting closer to God, but in the course of their search many will develop sexual complexes, which frustrate their spiritual aspirations.
True Taoist methods like those of Taoist Sexology help us look within ourselves for Godliness, while securing our independence from man-made temples, priests, rituals, etc.
Unlike certain religions, which rely upon faith and prayer as the only means of helping the followers, Taoism places great emphasis upon active practice. To Taoists, knowledge and self-discipline are sufficient for mastering the methods of direct communication with God. They told me that they finally knew how to help their patients, advise them, and give them tools to help them repair their organs and help their bodies function properly again.
Before, all they could do was operate on them. After having done some or all the exercises taught in my sexology courses, others told me that they finally understood what it was to enjoy not just sex, but life itself.
They said they received a lifetime of benefits from what they had learned. I told them that if they kept practicing what they had learned, things would get even better.
Because the information, tested and used for 6, years, would help anyone lead a longer, happier, healthier, and wiser life. The ancient Taoists were not ethereal, abstract philosophers. They were very practical, scientific people. If a technique did not work, they discarded it. If a better one was developed, they used it.
They did not promise their students that great benefits awaited them after death; great benefits were immediately reaped upon utilization of Taoist techniques. What is a Taoist? Anyone who has a desire to live longer, happier, healthier, and wiser is a Taoist. Anyone who seeks and practices something in order to achieve these goals is a good Taoist.
And good Taoists have everlasting lives. As mentioned before, we must experience God to gain everlasting life. We can charge our bodies with energy and function like the perpetual-motion machines dreamed of by many scientists.
Because Taoism is the only philosophy that deals with immortality. Over 6, years ago, the ancient Taoists began to study ways to extend longevity. They were not looking for artificial ways, such as injections, implants, etc. They knew that materials foreign to human bodies can cause more complications and may ultimately lead to earlier deaths. The ancients sought natural, practical and effective ways to prolong life indefinitely.
Their research resulted in methods that help human beings walk with God. To have everlasting life, we have to walk with God. All the progeny of Adam, listed in the Book of Genesis, had a time of birth and a time of death, except for Enoch. Enoch did not die because God chose him, and God chose him because he walked with Him. Elijah is another example of mortals whose physical bodies were eternalized.
Jesus is still another. His resurrection involved his physical body, not his spirit. He could eat, talk, and be touched by others, but his body was not limited by space or time. He could pass through walls and doors. In other words, Jesus possessed a spiritualized body. His body became spiritualized at the time of his resurrection. The Bible, specifically the Book of Revelations, tells us that either before or after the coming disaster on earth, 24, people will be picked up physically and be spared from death.
One has to walk with God. Presently, there are many saints and holy men in India and China who are not limited by space or time.
In Chinese historical records, one can find the detailed personal histories of 2, Taoists who have been spiritualized. God gave us life and time on earth to learn and practice the lessons of Godliness, which are necessary for spiritualizing the physical body.
The objective of our lessons, then, is immortalization. All must reach that objective. Those who do not learn their lessons well are forced to come back in successive reincarnations to learn and relearn their lessons, in increasingly painful situations. Sex is inevitably and undeniably a part of the process of immortalization.
With the appearance of Jesus, immortality assumed unprecedented importance in the West. In the Old Testament, except for a few references to Enoch and Elijah, immortality was not mentioned.