Nuthin’ but a Qi (Ch’i) Thang 💐.💐.💐.💐.💐.💐.💐
In Taoism, the male belongs to Yang. Yang's nature is such that the male is easily aroused but also quick to retreat.
The female belongs to Yin. Yin's nature is such that the female is slow to be aroused and also slow to be satiated.
In Taoist tradition, the Yin, or Female principle, is often refered to as Water, while the Yang, the Male principle, is refered to as Fire. When the Fire and Water of our parents united, our life is created and an individual being is born from the Womb of the Mysterious Mother.
The human condition resembles that of Fire and Water, since Water reflects the Feminine and Fire the Masculine. Both are perfect in themselves, but not stable. We need to balance the one with the other, in order to produce a perfect relationship. Learning the Taoist sexual practice of "Dual Cultivation', is about cultivating such a perfect relationship between Man and Woman. Fusing the Fire and Water together produces a Healing Love, which can enhance the Life Force
of each partner.
Sexual energy plays very important roles in Qi cultivation. Taoist practitioners believe that the sexual energy accounts for a large part of the energy that a human body generates, and a person cannot achieve spiritual fulfillment without conserving and leveraging the power of the sexual energy.