Taoist Yoga: The Sexual Teachings of the Ancient Chinese by Lu Ku'an Yu
By Lu Ku'an Yu
Many of us this day are accustomed to Indian yoga however the secrets and techniques of the chinese language approach have by no means been largely to be had. TAOIST YOGA deals a finished direction, which has handed down in the course of the generations from historical chinese language masters. specifically written to make its contents obtainable to the Westerner, the e-book explains the mysteries of Taoist religious alchemy, which includes many sexual practices to maintain the generative strength of the physique.
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These are the portents of the destruction of the Great Stupa. 45 The Legend "These signs and sufferings will awaken the mind of one person. " After Guru Rinpoche had spoken, Trisong Detsen and his attendants were stunned and terrified, their faces contorted by the strength of their distress. Finally, recovering his senses, Padma Gungtsan, the spiritual leader of Go, arose and prostrated himself one hundred times before Guru Rinpoche, then addressed him, saying, "0 Great Guru! " Guru Rinpoche granted this prayer.
When this happens, the damage 40 The Legend will be repaired by the incarnations of the Lords of the Three Families-Manjushri, Avalokiteshvara, and Vajrapani-and the Wrathful Bhrikutis and Tara Devi. "As the Kaliyuga progresses towards the final conflagration and the life expectancy of man decreases to fifty years, the Doctrine of Shakyamuni will be subject to degeneration, and these conditions will prevail, portending ruin: Householders fill the monasteries and there is fighting before the altar; the temples are used as slaughterhouses; the ascetics of the caves return to the cultivated valleys, and the yogins become traders; thieves own the wealth and cattle; monks become householders while priests and spiritual leaders turn to robbery, brigandage, and thievery.
No rain falls in season, but out of season the valleys are flooded. Famine, frost, and hail govern many unproductive years. The rapacious female demons and fierce tanma, unpropitiated and enraged, release diseases, horrible epidemics, and plagues that spread like wildfire, striking men and cattle. Earthquakes bring sudden floods while fire, storms, and tornadoes destroy temples, stupas, and cities in an instant. At this time the Great Stupa itself falls into ruin. During this pall of darkness the Wheel of Dharma at Vajrasana [Bodh Gaya] declines; the storm of war rages in Nepal for many years; India is stricken with famine; the Kathmandu Valley is afflicted with plague; earthquakes decimate the people of Upper Ngari in western Tibet; plague destroys the people of central Tibet; the Kyi Valley district of Lhasa subsides; the peaks of the high Himalayas in the borderland of Mon fall into the valleys.