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Taoist Lovemaking

By James McNeil

I would like to talk about the art of Taoist Lovemaking and the many benefits it has to offer. Many men and women are offended by this subject as they are in Shih Shui Kung for many different reasons and I am sorry and hope this doesn’t offend anyone reading this newsletter but I feel it is important. For the past thirty-six years, I have had the good for-tune and honor of being able to study and practice the highest level of kung-fu, the art of Taoist lovemaking and Shih Shui Kung. I feel I have helped many men and women in my teachings. When was the last time you held or looked at someone deep into their eyes and had this deep beautiful inner feeling of the true beauty of love: the inner joy of happiness, fulfillment, and the feeling of security?

Sex is a three-letter word that means different things to different people. But sex is only a small part of a beautiful act, which requires feelings and emotions of love to become meaningful. We all desire to truly love and to be loved. The joy of this beautiful act has some-times caused pain, suffering, sadness, shame and loneliness. I don’t believe anybody should experience that feeling.

The joy and the beautiful feeling of happiness and fulfillment you feel when you’re in love is so beautiful. Being able to lay next to your partner, just holding each other can truly bring joy and happiness. The joy of lust and love that flows through your body is a feeling you wish would never go away. This is true love. When was the last time you felt this beauty?
Sexual energy is the strongest energy we have within our bod-ies. It keeps us healthier and happier and it can also prevent sickness as well as relieve stress. It can burn calories, improve our cardiovascular system, improve intimacy, reduce pain, boost self-esteem, strengthen pelvic floor muscles, cure an oncoming sickness, and improve sleep. Why not use this sexual energy to its fullest?

I am the only American student to learn this treasured knowledge directly from my Taoist masters in Taiwan. My main purpose in writing about this subject is because I am getting older even though my body is healthy and strong I would like to pass on the knowledge I have learned to a man or a woman who is willing to practice the way I have learned and be able to show the loyalty and dedication I did all these years. It will not be easy, it will not be fun, but when it is over and you look back at the knowledge you have, you will know it is worth millions. You will be able to help many people/couples in becoming healthier and happier than ever before through Shih Shui, meditation, and skillful lovemaking. What will you learn? (1) The art of feeling (2) The art of lovemaking (4) Patience (5) Complete control over your body (6) Meditation (7) Chi Kung (8) Acupressure massage (9) much more.

When Vibrators Invade Your Privacy

I think it’s pretty obvious that people take privacy pretty serious when it comes to our bedroom activities.   Tech seems to be going a bit too far in this case.

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From Marketwatch:

Sex toy owners receive $10,000 each for having their privacy breached

These sex toy customers are happy, but not for the reason you might think.

A sex toy company has agreed to pay customers up to $10,000 each in a class action lawsuit it settled in federal court last week after its connected vibrators got a little too close for comfort. An Illinois woman sued the parent company, Standard Innovation, for secretly collecting intimate details about its customers’ use of the We-Vibe through the accompanying app, which allows users to control the device remotely and customize its features.

According to the lawsuit filed in the North District of Illinois Eastern Division District Court, the We-Connect app was transmitting information including dates and times of use as well as vibration mode and pattern to the company’s servers along with personally-identifiable email addresses without notifying customers.

Standard Innovation, which is based in Ontario, Canada, will pay $4 million Canadian dollars ($2.9 million) and is now required to collect only non-identifiable information in aggregate form and inform customers it is doing so. Customers who used the app to control the We-Vibe device before Sept. 26, 2016 are eligible for up to $10,000 in fees whereas those who simply bought a device are eligible to receive up to $199 each.

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Orgasms Lead to Promotions?

The title of the following article below is a bit miss-leading.  The key is to have intimacy with your partner every day.  For men we recommend the Taoist rule of not ejaculating daily (more details are in our lovemaking material).

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“Want a promotion? Have daily orgasms! Study reveals regular sex makes you more productive, better at your job, and more likely to move up the ladder”

You may think the key to a promotion is working late, schmoozing with the boss, or wearing the right thing.

But a new study suggests something more personal could be the secret.

According to new research, people who orgasm at least once a day are far more likely to enjoy their jobs, work hard, and move up the career ladder.

They also have a healthier work-life balance.

‘We make jokes about people having a “spring in their step,” but it turns out this is actually a real thing and we should pay attention to it,’ said Keith Leavitt, an associate professor at Oregon State University.

‘Maintaining a healthy relationship that includes a healthy sex life will help employees stay happy and engaged in their work, which benefits the employees and the organizations they work for.’

Professor Leavitt, an expert in organizational behavior and management at the school’s College of Business, insists the findings have never been more relevant, in an era when we are all expected to respond to emails after-hours.

He warns the study showed that people who left their work-related stress at home, and allowed themselves a window of intimacy every day, had better work and sex lives.

Sexual intercourse triggers the release of dopamine, a neurotransmitter associated with the reward centers in the brain.

It also lets off oxytocin, a neuropeptide associated with social bonding and attachment.

Read the rest of the article here:

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