May 17, 2020
Mantak Chia: Multiple Orgasm Guru
"sexual energy is a very powerful healing energy"My personal comments in RED.
Mantak Chia (MC)
Mantak Chia is essentially a qigong master. But I can't blame him for marketing himself as a multiple-orgasm guru. Hey, SEX sells, and you're not exactly lying or even exaggerating. BKS Iyengar admitted in a candid interview that he did the same thing to market his yoga when he was still an impoverished yoga teacher. But to limit Mantak as a sex teacher is to short-change him. He is a wealth of practical knowledge and know-how.
73 years old and still looks like 50, Mantak Chia has been teaching qigong (prana in yoga) for 4 decades now but he's better known as the sexual guru. For guys, it's about knowing how to reach orgasm multiple times without ejaculating, and using that pent-up energy to heal the body! He said we harness qigong from outside (unlimited but unaligned electromagnetic energy), align it with ours (aligned bio-electromagnetic energy). Once we align the energy, it follows us. We can then use it for our purpose - this is the essence of qigong. How do we align this outside energy? By regulating the breath (or pranayama, in yogic parlance), visualization and feeling positive energies. (I find this interesting because since I experienced the Superman-Effect from a pranayama overdose, I have always wondered where that extra energy came from. I looked it up until I came upon Yoga Makaranda by Tirumalai Krishnamacharia that said we are all born with a finite amount of qigong. We don't get it from the air we breathe in pranayama, but simply activate it within ourselves. Although plausible, it somehow didn't nail it for me. The energy was so powerful, almost coming from an inexhaustible source. How could all that come from just me, when my prana is limited to begin with. Mantak Chia's explanation makes more sense to me. Also, that's how I felt about it - that by doing pranayama, I was able to harness energy from outside and fuse it with my own for that Superman-effect.)
MC said that successful people are the ones who manage to focus and concentrate their energy for a desired outcome - unsuccessful people may have the same energy but unfocused and not concentrated.
Human energy is stored in the gut (not in the brain, not in the heart). The digestive system is a powerful and multi-functional organ. It digests food, absorbs nutrients and eliminates waste. That's a lot of work for one organ. The digestive system is structured like a battery with alternating + - + - + - energy (aligned with positive and negative) to store energy. Humans are living batteries that can be charged to store energy. And when energy is stored here, you won't get sick. (This is powerful! I was not aware that the gut is the storage silo of human energy. We can actually top-up our energy reserves (like depositing money in a bank) and use it when we need it (like when there is a pandemic). I'd been taking care of my gut since I heard that all diseases start from the gut and simply find its way throughout the body. As such, on a daily basis, I would drink 1.2 liters of structured water with sea salt and juice of one lime first thing in the morning and then do my yogic nauli shatkriya (stomach-churning). In fairness, my elimination has been optimized (3 meals/day means 3 visits to the toilet/day) and I hardly ever get sick, no medication or even supplements whatsoever, no diet restriction, and I sometimes feel the strength of a raging locomotive [like doing a 2-knuckle handstand])
Emotional Storage Space
More than just an energy storage, the gut also stores emotions - positive and negative. The liver stores anger, envy, and frustration. When you get angry, the liver takes that anger and stores it. Fear is stored in the kidney. The heart stores love, hatred, compassion, etc. When garbage accumulated in these organs is not cleaned out first, you can't clean up the mind. (Some energetic healers even contend that when there is too much garbage in the liver and kidney, stones begin to form and adversely affect health.)
The gut is composed of several organs - stomach, pancreas, liver, spleen, gall bladder, small and large intestine. Like a symphony, they need to be orchestrated. Who does this? MC says the body has a second brain in the gut that synchronizes all activities. This area needs to be kept warm. (Keeping the gut warm has been expressed in several texts, mostly worded that you shouldn't drink cold water. Or that levels of enlightenment are checked by the temperature of the food and water ingested.)
MC says it's ok to feel anger as long as it's not too much and balanced with love - balance is the operative word. Love as much as you hate - there is balance. But extreme hatred he says, is an all-consuming negativity that overrides all. It's hard to balance extreme hate with anything, so it's best avoided at all cost.
It's interesting that "keeping your balance" comes up in nearly all disciplines, but worded differently.
MC demonstrated a few breathing exercises to enhance chi flow. One was moving chi from the sacrum to the cranium. He claims that we have 7 pumps in our bodies. One is located on the sacrum - thus if we sit too long, the pump stops working. That's when we begin to feel getting tired too easily. (I completely agree with this. I'm on my laptop for the most part of the day, sitting down. There are days when I am unexplainably tired even while I'm at rest. Now, I put a timer to alarm every 10 minutes. It's my reminder to stand up and walk a bit before sitting down again.)
MC also claims that 2/3 of our fluid is in the gut. If this fluid stays stuck, then sickness arises. He breaks down the tummy into 3 sections and conducts breathing techniques to make the chi flow. 4 sets of 9 reps for each section (as you keep smiling) - hard but slow squeeze. This optimizes digestion, absorption and elimination. (This concept is practically the same as moving prana vayu.) At night, MC suggests relaxation and feel the warmth and chi in the system. First, it's focusing on the presence of the chi. In later stages, he suggested moving the chi - and blood follows.
Mantak emphasized the inner smile - turning focus inward and smiling at every organ in the body, feeling love, caring and gratitude for all the work they do - one organ at a time.
Sexual Energy: Arousal, Orgasm, Love and Compassion
Without these 4 components, there is no practice. But when they are all combined, the DNA splits and multiplies under the right condition - this is growth and increased health.
Male ExercisesTo develop sexual proficiency, just like anything in life, it needs practice. Repeated and regular practice makes perfect.
- penis pulling - similar to the Lion's Breath Pranayama, stick your tongue out and lengthen on the exhale while pulling your penis and testicles down. When the lungs are empty, pull the tummy (Uddiyana Bandha).
The vagina, especially after child-birth, becomes loose. This also means energy is escaping - like an open door during winter, a lot of heat is lost. Lost energy on the part of the woman means accelerated ageing - more wrinkles on the face, feeling tired too easily, everything begins to sag, etc. MC advocates the jade egg exercise - women put this inside their vaginas and practice squeezing on it. This tightens the vagina walls and seal-in the energy. The woman stays young, looks young and feels young. (The concept here is similar to the practice of bandha in yoga. Bandha is an energy lock and retains the energy within. There are 9 bandhas in yoga, the 3 most popular are Mula Bandha, Uddiyana Bandha and Jalandhara Bandha.)
Female Orgasm: the 3 Gates
Before you even enter a woman, three gates need to be opened first in chronological order - and they all take work.
- Go back to Gate 1 (clitoral orgasm) and repeat the process all over again. Sex should last more than an hour.
Orgasm for Healing
Along this process, there will be multiple orgasms (without ejaculation), and on every orgasm, the energy can be moved to different organs in the body to heal and increase efficiency. This is how sexual energy is used to heal the body.
The rule of this game is "ladies first". So guys, be patient and giving - sacrifice your irrepressible urge for the greater good and glory of multiple orgasms. Maybe it's best to keep the paradigm, "this is not about me, it's about her". I know, easier said than done. I'd be the first one to plead guilty.
What Mantak Chia is saying is not so different from so many modalities I've already tried - yoga, meditation, pranayama, bandha, visualization, etc. But he narrows down the focus on something specific - sexual orgasm and healing. Now, I could see how a sultan can service his 600 concubines, 20 wives and the queen. Before, I thought it wasn't humanly possible. Now it's within reach. Let's face it. Mantak Chia's sex lessons are very powerful. Kings have abdicated and empires imploded over sex. Wouldn't it be grand to have mastery of it?
Even though this video is only 2 hours long, I took it as a workshop - doing the exercises (whenever possible), stopping my pee in mid-stream, doing the breathwork, playing the video from start again, etc. So it took me 4 days to finish this blog. Does it work? I don't know. I'd been alone since the lockdown 🙂.
--- Gigit (TheLoneRider)
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Watch the Video: Jun 4, 2017: 46:05 mins
Mantak Chia: Sexual Healing: The Multi Orgasmic Man
(May 18, 2020) I've been practicing Mantak Chia's techniques for more than 10 years. Do you remember the technique I tried to teach you on Harold's rooftop? That was Mantak. His techniques are the best out. Practical, ancient, and effective. Especially the multiple orgasms 🙂
(May 18, 2020) Ha-ha, the wildest parties in Dumaguete were happening on Harold's roof deck. Those episodes are just a blur now. But the teachings of Mantak are also validated by what I know now about yoga, pranayama, bandha, and kumbhaka, among others. It's not surprising that he's still around after teaching this for 4 decades
Izak Raphael Greywolf
(May 18, 2020) Yea, Harold's was the place to be for sure. Now it looks like a jungle of edible organic herbs! He's done it up real nice. Master Chia's books claim that the knowledge was passed down secretly for thousands of years (10,000!). I would guess that all these energy-work systems came from a common source in our distant past. Good stuff stands the test of time!
(May 18, 2020) I'm really impressed, Gigit. I was extra interested to read about the gut, which unduly takes a backseat. Thank you. Stay well!
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Nong Khai Travel Information / Tips
Vientiane to Nong Khai by bus
At the Khua Din Bus Terminal, you can board the #14 bus bound for Buddha Park. It will make a stop on the Friendship Bridge border - 15 mins, B8000. Go to Laos Immigration to exit. Board the special bus to cross the Friendship Bridge, Kip 4,000 or Baht 20. It will stop at Thai Immigration. Get processed. From there, board a tuk-tuk for Nong Khai, 5kms.
Nong Khai Attractions
- Nong Khai Aquarium -
- Salakaewkoo (Wat Khaek) -
- Issan Rum Distillery -
- Wat Pho Chai -
- Lan Phaya Nak -
- Tha Sadet Market -
- Nong Khai Muay Thai Gym -
- Phrathat Bang Phuan -
Nong Khai Blogs by TheLoneRider
- Nong Khai - Chiang Khan Roadtrip June 18, 2020
- Life in Nong Khai Mar 13 - June 18, 2020
- Peoplescape of Nong Khai Jun 17, 2020
- Exploring Nong Khai's Cafe Culture Jun 10, 2020
- Nong Khai Street Art June 4, 2020
- Sirsasana A & B May 20, 2020
- Structured Water, Water Therapy and Nauli May 1, 2020
- Visiting the Salakaewkoo (Buddha Park) in Nong Khai, Thailand Apr 23, 2020
- Fitness in Quarantine Times Apr 20, 2020
- Covid 19: Lion - Buffalo Analogy Apr 13, 2020
- Covid 19 and the Conspiracies Mar - Apr, 2020
- Nong Khai with Cheng Mar 18 - Apr ???, 2020
- Covid 19 and Pranayama Mar 20, 2020
- Giant Mekong Catfish at the Nong Khai Aquarium Mar 19, 2020
- Drawn to Nong Khai, Thailand Mar 12, 2020
Travel Tips for Thailand
How to Get a 60-Day Thai Tourist Visa and then Extend by another 30 Days
- Bring the following to the Thai embassy:
a) proof of money (bank statement will suffice)
b) flight booking to Thailand
c) onward flight back to your country from Thailand
d) filled-in tourist visa form
e) 2 passport pictures
f) hotel booking in Thailand (they didn't ask me for this but better be safe)
g) passport with at least 6 months validity
- After handing over all the documents, they will ask you to come pick your passport with the visa the following day from 4 to 5pm. That's it!
- NOTE: after 2 successful attempts, I was already questioned the 3rd time.
60-Day Thai Tourist Visa
NOTE: There is no need to go back to your country to get the Thai tourist visa. Any major city with a Thai Embassy will do. Apparently there is also no need to have an invitation from a Thai establishment to justify the visa.
- bring the following to the Immigration Office:
a) passport (make sure your Tourist Visa hasn't expired yet)
b) Baht 1900
c) photocopy of your passport + visa duration date stamp + TM6 card (white immigration card) and sign all the copies
d) completed TM7 visa extension form (available at the Immigration Office)
e) one 4cmx6cm passport picture
- submit the above to the Front Desk. They will give you a stub with your number on it. Take a seat and wait for your number to be called
- when your number is called, your picture will be taken. Then go back to your seat. They will call you again.
- when they call you again, they'll give you your passport with your extended visa. That's it!
- when there are no lines, the whole process can take only 10 minutes
NOTE: When your 60-day visa is close to expiry and you want to extend your stay. No need to leave Thailand.
General Travel Tips
- avoiding scams - as a general rule, I ignore the touts or anyone I don't know who call out to me. The calling comes in many forms - "Hi! Where are you from?", "Excuse me! Excuse me!", "Where are you going?". I don't look them in the eye and I remain non-verbal with them. If you reply to them, you just gave them an 'in' to hound you. In order not to look rude, I smile and wave the 'not interested' hand to them, without looking at them.
- power bank - hand-carry your power bank. Do not check it in. You can be called in when you are already inside the plane to go all the way to the loading dock so you can personally remove the power bank...and chances are, you'll have to surrender it to them. And you might delay the plane departure!
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