What if it was possible to use your sexual energy not just for great sex, but to fuel other parts of your life like your career, fertility or even crafty activities such as painting or cooking? It’s all about harnessing the power of your pelvis, and then unleashing that energy right where you want it.
And don’t worry, you can also unleash the power of your pelvis to also maintain sexual ecstasy in your life. Our pelvis is the best renewable energy source around, and totally organic.
First you have to make contact and open the communication lines from your brain to your pelvis. Your pelvis is a bony structure that can be visualized as a bowl. The Taoist call this area the “Cauldron of Desire,” because they recognize that this is where generative energy is collected, refined, and stored. Your pelvis is the most potent generator of energy in your entire body, and the practice is to learn how to move that energy up through your body and literally release it out into the universe. I know it sounds a bit “New Age,” but it is actually a very old tradition. The Taoists call life-force energy Chi (Qi) and charted its movement through the body. Indian yoga adepts call it Prana and used it for healing. In the West, Dr. Wilhelm Reich discovered the same energy and called it Orgone energy. Dr. Reich felt this creative energy was the basis of life and could sometimes be seen in the air as blue or white balls of energy. The Chinese, Hindus, and Dr. Reich all taught their students the benefits of arousing this energy and moving it throughout the spine and brain.
It’s all about powering up your intentions with your own life energy that you are able to stoke and fire whenever you want.
When I spent time with the world reknown Dr. Deepak Chopra at the Chopra Center, I also learned that this area is also where an energetic chakra called the “second chakra” is held. It runs from your pubic bone to your belly button on both men and women. The second chakra holds our fertility, sexuality and our creativity. Can you think of many things more powerful than that in the human experience? Don’t you want to know how to activate it? How to harness the potentiality of the pelvis and unleash its energy so that it is able to support so many unexpected areas of our lives?
Let me encourage you to expand your thinking. Fertility is about making babies, but it is also about creation in a broader sense. Remember creativity is held in the second chakra. So if you can harness and build the fire in your “Cauldron of Desire” using sexual energy, you can take this energy out into the world in so many creative ways such as gardening or even starting a new business or venture. It’s not just about orgasm, even though sexual arousal, orgasms and climaxes are wonderful things!
Whether your purpose is better sex, intimacy or changing the world, the sexual cosmic connection hunt has been on for hundreds of years. So let’s break down the path to building the fire in the cauldron and activating the second chakra so that you have energy to channel and unleash. The rest is practice on regulating that energy, and moving it up through your body and into your intentions.
“The Building Blocks For Unleashing The Power of Your Pelvis” is really about taking apart the components of sexual pleasure. It’s by taking it apart and learning its essential components that we can truly understand how it all works. Remember whether it is stoking the fire of your pelvis to generate energy or sexual desire, this is something that you are completely in control of. You can turn it on or off. I often tell people that they don’t have to be in the mood for sex. Sometimes, it is just about showing up and doing it. It’s the same for unleashing the power of your pelvis and using its fire to power through your day.
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