Two Forms of Tao Massage That Unblock Your Sexual Energy (Especially if you’re over 40)

Written by on November 3, 2016 in Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 0 Comments
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By Christina Antonyan | Confident Lover

“Often the hands will solve a mystery that the intellect has struggled with in vain.” ~ Carl Jung

In 2014 I attended a Tao and Tantra workshop in Chiang Mai Thailand.


During this workshop I learned many principles of the Universal Healing Tao system including two healing massages I had never heard of.

  • Chi Nei Tsang
  • Karsai Nei Tsang

I immediately scheduled both massages on back-to-back days, starting with Chi Nei Tsang.

What Is Chi Nei Tsang Massage?

Chi Nei Tsang is a Chinese term for internal organ.

Chi massages help release stress and promote healing by using certain types of techniques directly applied on the abdominal area where stress, tension and negative emotions accumulate.

My therapist said, “When our abdomen area feels heavy, bloated or knotted up, the entire energy of the body is blocked.”


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When this occurs, all the vital energy functions strain slowly weakening the internal organs and decreasing energy.

Chi Nei Tsang massages release any pent up negative emotions, tensions and sicknesses, bringing comfort and relief to the abdomen and vital energy to the internal organs.

Chi Nei Tsang is also effective in the treatment of digestive problems, such as irritable bowel syndrome, bloating and constipation.

It eliminates toxins in the gastrointestinal tract and promotes lymphatic drainage.

Before I went in for these massages I didn’t feel I had any blockages.

But I did experience mild pain from time to time in my tailbone area that sometimes trickled down to my kneecap.

This pain kept coming and going for a couple of weeks. During the Chi Nei Tsang massage I didn’t feel the pain at all, the massage was very soothing and relaxing over all.

The second day I went for the Karsai Nei Tsang massage.

What is Karsai Nei Tsang Massage?

Karsai Nei Tsang is an extension of Chi Nei Tsang.

In the universal healing Tao system Karsai Nei Tsang focuses on the therapeutic massage of the genitals to release emotional and physical blockages in the pelvic area.

When the genitals suffer from blockages, the Ching Chi (sexual chi) is not free to circulate through the body, which is then deprived of this powerful healing energy.

Karsai means sedimentation in the veins.

For women this includes massaging the internal walls of the vagina and anus.

For men this includes massaging of the scrotum and anus.

Genital Massage - Karsai Nei Tsang

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First we started with the abdomen massage, then transitioned to the genital massage. The masseuse wore gloves at all times.

She applied lubrication to her middle finger and asked if she could insert her finger in my vagina. I said yes.

She then started pressing on pressure points inside the walls of my vagina.

When she pressed on the right side of my vagina I immediately felt the same pain I had been feeling in my tailbone region. The pain quickly made its way down to my kneecap.

I was shocked.

I knew my body was interconnected, but I had no idea my genitals were so closely connected to my organs and many other parts of my body as shown in this diagram.

genital massage - Karsai Nei Tsang
While changing gloves she then she asked if I could turn around and get on all fours. She asked if she could insert her finger in my anus.

I said yes. She then started pressing on the four corners of my anus. Luckily there was no pain there.

Then the massage came to an end.

I felt great afterwards and this was another eye opening experience that reminded me the importance of taking care of ones self and how our body is an interconnected mechanism on all levels.

In order to have healthy, functioning genitals we need a rich supply of blood flow.

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