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Lin Institute - QiGong Tailbone & Gluteal Muscle Movements for Spinal Nervous Stimulation

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This video demonstrates using the tailbone and gluteal muscles to excite the parasympathetic nerves S1-S5 and Co and to train the tailbone and gluteal muscular contraction in order to disable contraction of the pubococcygeus muscle (aka PC muscle). Generally, contraction of the PC muscle activates the sympathetic nerves from Discs L1-L3, which naturally compresses the seminal vesicles, prostate, and bulbourethral glands, causes pre-ejaculation fluid or semen leakage, as a result of nervous reflexion to the seminal vesicles, prostate, and bulbourethral glands. Nervous reflexion occurs in the reflex arc, without relaying the signal to the brain. Here. somatic nervous stimulation on the PC muscle, prostate, urethra, bulbourethral glands and penis activates the sensory nerves which, in turn, input the stimulation signal to the autonomic nervous reflex arc, termed as the ejaculation or orgasm generator, in Discs L1-L3 where an ejaculation or orgasm signal is generated to the prostate and seminal vesicles for semen emission followed by ejaculation. In addition, some semen chemicals such as norepinephrine, prostaglandin E2 and histamine can excite the sensory nerves too, even without nervous stimulation. At some extremes when the PC muscle has been trained into a neuroplasticity state, the PC muscle contraction becomes non-voluntary (self-excited). Thus, over-training of the PC muscle results in premature ejaculation during sex. The only way to avoid the nonvoluntary PC muscle contraction is to de-train the muscle with the Anal Breathing QiGong as shown in this video. You can train the tailbone & gluteal muscle contraction into a neuroplasticity state, so that the ejaculation generator of the reflex arc in Discs L-L3 is destructively interfered or silenced by the sensory signals generated in the tailbone and gluteal muscle during sex. In this way, you can prolong sex. Another application of anal breathing QiGong is to stimulate the sacral nerves. It is a sacral nervous stimulation or sacral neuromodulation on S1-S5 and Co via the tailbone and gluteal muscle contraction. It helps improve bowel/bladder continence, prostate/ejaculation continence, and erectile function. To share Dr. Lin's discovery with you, the author and copyright holder of this video, Newman K. Lin, Ph.D., PE, releases this video to youtube.com. If you have any questions, contact Dr. Lin in http://www.actionlove.com.