Sex Secrets: Part Two

Sex Secrets: Part 4: Three-to-One (Heart’s Desire)

by Geoffrey M. Gluckman

This sex secret is hardly ever mentioned in any writings, esoteric or otherwise, though may be handed down from master to aspirant through word of mouth.

However, the result of the practice–a conduit that runs through the center of the body from loins through the heart and exits the crown–is mentioned in numerous spiritual disciplines (1,2,3,4).

This conduit represents a clear channel through which essence (chi) (1) energy flows through each being. If there are blockages along that conduit, such as in the heart, then the conduit becomes inhibited. For our purposes related to sex secrets, the focus for being devoid of blockages lies in three regions–the loins, the cavity above the belly (middle burner), and the heart.

Each of these areas equates to a special property: loins=lust energy; middle cavity=passion; and the heart=love energy. A triumvirate for power.

If each is clear and the conduit is connected, then the resultant transformation within one’s being is literally phenomenal.

If both you and your partner (male & female) are both clear and engage in sex, then what occurs is nothing short of trans-dimensional. By this I mean the barriers of three dimensions dissolve and the state of oneness may be realized for one or both persons.

Truly, if I may say, it is nothing short of mind-blowing. Of course, this state of clarity within is not easy to reach or maintain.

There you have the last sex secret in this series.

  1. Gawin, Shakti. Chakras.
  2. Gleason, William. The Spiritual Foundations of Aikido. (Rochester, VT 1995.)
  3. Hua-ching Ni. Harmony: the Art of Life. (Santa Monica, CA 2000).
  4. Yogi Ramacharaka. The Science of Breath. (Chicago, IL 1904).

Sex Secrets: Part 3: Million Dollar Point

by Geoffrey M. Gluckman

This little mystery comes from the Taoist traditions of the Far East and has been kept fairly well hidden, except to wealthy clients visiting high-end brothels in various parts of the world, and to initiates of certain secret sects.

It is one of numerous Taoist sexual practices, also called, “Joining Energy” or “The Joining of the Essences.” These practices are believed to maintain health and increase longevity. The latter relates to the increase of body aging due to the loss of “jing” (essence) in semen during any ejaculation, not for procreation. Many Taoists practice techniques of both building and conserving “jing”, thereby lessening the loss of vital force (energy)(3)

Technically, the million dollar point technique, known as retrograde ejaculation, requires re-directing the full force of orgasm (for a man) by using the acupuncture point, REN-1 HuiYin(1). However, any aspirant is warned that the technique requires subtlety and cultivation or re-directing the sexual energy flow to his body or to his lover’s. This is not done by merely stopping the ejaculation with pressure on the perineum point, which can be dangerous. Rather, it is the subtle technique of activating and transforming an acupuncture point into a place of profound energy flow that is re-circulated into the practitioner’s body, especially the center of the brain.

The re-circulation of the sexual energy (jing chi) is the key to the Taoist secret practice, not the pressure on the perineum point (located between the anus and the testes sac attachment)(2).

In fact, Winn (1) warns that if you are not able to recirculate the sexual energy, then you are creating a stagnation of that energy, which could be quite harmful. Oddly enough, if you have the ability to re-circulate the energy, then you have no need of the million dollar point technique.

Overall, the key usage of this secret Taoist practice is for alchemy in the energetic management of your body, especially transforming life energy into revitalization throughout the body.


1) Winn, Michael. Taoist Secrets of Love. (Aurora, CO 1984).

2) Hua-ching Ni. Harmony: the Art of Life. (Santa Monica, CA 2000).

3) Wile, Douglas. The Art of the Bedchamber: The Chinese Sexual Yoga Classics. (Albany, NY 1992).