The Taoist Path to Immortality

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The Taoist Path to Immortality

Postby High Priest Lucius Oria » Mon Dec 04, 2017 5:12 am

The original Taoist path to immortality aimed to cultivate/refine the etheric energy of the initiate into a perfected and 'primordial' state. When one cuts away the moralist elements that were inserted by the enemy, the religion is really just the understanding and practice of true spirituality. From my current studies in the form, I have found that the practice provided by Taoist Master Mantak Chia to be the most practical and workable for those interested in Qigong practice. Unfortunately lacking in this tradition of practice is the mantra aspect of the path which is the most powerful amongst all. However, one can still achieve a high level of spiritual development through a consistent and daily practice of the exercises provided. I note that one can do both the exercises from the Yogic and Qigong traditions as they both empower the soul differently and can cover what the other lacks.

This is a basic outline of the steps provided by Chia that I will go into more detail at a later date. These are nine alchemical stages of inner practice with each step building upon the mastery of the former. This practice supposedly and eventually results in the Magnum Opus.

1: Primordial Force Activation
2: Sexual Alchemy Practice
3: Fusion of the Five Elements & Eight Pakua Forces
4: Lesser Enlightenment of Kan & Li
5: Greater Enlightenment of Kan & Li
6: Greatest Enlightenment of Kan & Li
7: Sealing of the Five Senses
8: Congress on Heaven & Earth
9: Reunion of Heaven and Man (Return to Tao)

High Priest Lucius Oria
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Re: The Taoist Path to Immortality

Postby High Priest Lucius Oria » Mon Dec 04, 2017 5:16 am

Primordial Force Activation (Basic Practices I)

The first three meditations that practitioners perform at all levels are the 'Microcosmic Orbit', 'Inner Smile', and 'Six Healing Sounds'. These exercises are necessary foundation for the inner alchemical/fusion practices later. An additional technique known as chi self-massage, is also usually practiced for maintaining proper chi flow.

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Fig 1: The Microcosmic Orbit

The Microcosmic Orbit is a core exercise for spiritual cultivation. The Orbit consists of two main meridians/channels. The Governor meridian (yang), runs up the spine. The Functional meridian (yin) runs down the front of the body. Any pranayama is sufficient for preparation before practicing the Orbit. To perform the meditation, condense your chi into a ball of light to circulate it up the spinal chakras and down the frontal chakras with the base and crown chakras as nadir and apex points. One can direct the energy either through the breath or through attention. The breath method is a gradual and safer approach to opening the Orbit. While the attention method is faster, it can be dangerous. The attention method is simply focusing the ball of light at each point and moving on after one feels it has been sufficiently energised. The breath method is simply inhaling to raise the ball up the spine and exhale to bring it down the body. In both methods, the tongue must be placed on the roof of the mouth to fully open the circuit for the flow of chi. When finished, end the meditation with the ball either on the hui yin (perineum) point or in the Solar 666 chakra. This practice trains one to circulate energy to clear blockages and cultivate power. As a benefit, the general bioelectricity and health of the practitioner increases. The Orbit's importance is such that a variant of the technique is given as the first step of the Magnum Opus itself.

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Fig 2: Inner Smile Meditation

The Inner Smile and Six Healing Sounds meditations supplement the practice of the Microcosmic Orbit by improving the quality of chi within the body. It is Taoist belief that emotions/energy are stored in the organs and this can be positive or negative. Accumulating too much of the negative eventually causes organ tension, malfunction and eventually failure. These meditations work to improve the efficiency and health of the body by relaxing the organs and transforming stagnant and negative energy into vital force. With the Inner Smile, one puts their attention into the organs of the body, visualising each one bathed in it's corresponding colour and the chi will follow your attention. Using the throat chakra for feelings of self appreciation will help with the 'Inner Smile' cleansing process. Think of this meditation as the flip side of cleaning your chakras. You're cleaning your vital organs by transforming negative energy into fresh chi for recirculation through the Microcosmic Orbit. The Six Healing Sounds, although titled as such, are more akin to pranayama. Each sound is exhaled through the breath subvocally rather than vibrated. The sounds are associated with; organs of the body, the five Taoist elements and seasons. Each sound is especially effective when coupled with the Inner Smile. The sixth healing sound is for the 'triple warmer' of the body. The triple warmer refers to the elixir fields of the head, heart and belly (Dantians).

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Fig 3: Alchemical Cycle of the Five Elements (Positive)

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Fig 4: Alchemical Cycle of the Five Elements (Negative)


The Taoist technique of Self-Massage Rejuvination (SMR) is excellent for clearing blockages from the meridians and strengthen the flow of chi in the body. This is done through raising energy from root lock to the hands which is then used to systematically massage the body. SMR strengthens the senses which in turn helps improve emotional control due to becoming more capable of handling what we receive through them. We become less susceptible to negative influences. Besides improving health and function, massaging the organs will also improve our emotional and personal characteristics. SMR is a good supplementary technique for one's spiritual practice and I recommend doing a full body SMR once a week (although necessary areas for healing and strengthening can be massaged daily). It doesn't take very long to do once mastered.



Tantric practitioner Loren Johnson performing all three meditations in sequence;

https://youtu.be/-trbhZ_RfZc


Taoist practitioner Mantak Chia performing Chi Self-Massage.

Https://youtu.be/hRyO-d-eZiE





References


Chia, M. (1999). Awaken Healing Light of the Tao : The Microcosmic Orbit Meditation, Huntington, NY: Healing Tao Books.


Chia, M. (1986). Taoist Ways to Transform Stress into Vitality: The Inner Smile, Six Healing Sounds, Huntington, NY: Healing Tao Books.


Chia, M. (2006). Chi Self-Massage: The Taoist Way of Rejuvenation, Rochester, VT: Inner Traditions Bear & Co.

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Re: The Taoist Path to Immortality

Postby Templarmkd » Mon Dec 04, 2017 10:44 am

Is the Inner Smile also called the Secret Smile?
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