The process for Re-Tuning the Body combines Tantric erotic body
work with Sei Reiki sexual energy balancing to reconnect man's missing
layer of yin with his familiar yang. This blend of two different styles of
body work takes the client to a higher vibration of spiritual energy
through sexual arousal. The goal of the session is a spiritual letting go
of emotional and mental blocks, not a physical release.
Everyone is born with masculine and feminine characteristics, but men
have been conditioned over thousands of years to ignore their feminine
side. Out of balance with their yin aspects, men are afraid to use
anything but their masculine yang side.
When a man allows someone to make him sexually aroused, he
becomes more feminine. He gives up his masculine need to control. He
becomes softer and more in touch with his ability to connect. This
awareness is crucial for his spiritual balance. If a man cannot be at
peace and in touch with his full range of sexual possibilities, he is
blocked from further growth as a spiritual being.
Man's balanced existence is organized around his sexual energy. Sex
infuses everything. Every new idea and creative concept originates in
sex--which, at its core, is movement, going from one thing to another,
merging. Orgasm is the physical tool man has for connecting with this
Most men lose their sexual energy though uncontrolled orgasm. Sex
without focus and direction is a misuse of sexual energy. Re-Tuning
the Body is a physical process that puts men on a sexual peak and
points to the spiritual link sexual energy has with the universe.
Nepalese painting, 18th century.
Image from Ballabene's Paranormal Pages
What is Re-Tuning the Body?
The process for Re-Tuning the Body is a combination of Tantric body work and Reiki energy touch that
raises and balances the client's sexual energy. The session involves nudity.
To Prepare the Space, I begin at the client's feet and move in a circle around his body resting my hands on his
outside energy points. I then go back and work specially on the client's hand and feet chakras. After that, I
work on his back and neck. Standing above his head, I work my way down the client's back to his sacrum area,
going lower each time. Then I move to the client's feet and work my way up the back of each leg, ending with
the glutes. After this preparation, I spend time energizing the client's root chakra area.
The client turns over. The second part is Removing the Barriers. I move to his head and work the sides and
back of his neck down to the upper chest. After spending time there, I circle down to the groin and stroke back
up the chest several times. I move to the feet and work the top and sides of his legs up to the groin. Lifting
each leg, I stroke the undersides. After that, I shift to the client's stomach, beginning by circling there, but
ultimately gliding lightly over his whole front surface, including the chest, arms, and legs.
The third step is Building Sexual Energy. Through work on the sun and root chakra points, the client generates
a raised sexual energy. As one way to avoid losing his sexual energy as the client approaches orgasm, he may
clench and hold about ¾ of his breath for 15 seconds or so, imagining his sexual energy rising up through his
lower chakras to about his heart area. He may then take in the rest of his breath and imagine the energy
turning away from his back and circling around his head, coming back in the front of his body around the area
of his heart chakra. He then releases the breath slowly as the energy completes the circuit down to his solar
plexus and root chakras. He continues to lie on the table breathing slowly and regularly.
After a minute or so, I begin balancing the client's generated sexual energy by holding a connection between
his other front chakras and his genitals until I feel energy circulating. I then return to the client's heart chakra
and release whatever thoughts I may have generated about the client during the session. I close the session by
encircling the client's physical energy aura with an etheric essence of natural fragrances that uses its aroma to
evoke the same sense of balanced masculine/feminine interior energy.
Traditional Tantric teachings describe a series of energy
fields or points of consciousness in every living body.
These energy points are called chakras, "wheels," or
padmas "lotuses," and are said to be located along or in
front of the backbone. The external links to these energy
centers are located at various points on the outer body
(navel, heart, throat, etc.) The energy that circulates
through these energy centers is called kundalini.
Speculations and teachings related to the chakras have
appeared independently in the spiritual traditions of India,
China, and the West. Although they have certain points in
common, these different traditions differ in many details,
particularly regarding their number and purpose.
Spiritualists in the 20th Century were the first to suggest
the chakras are energy/consciousness transformers. Their
purpose is to link the layers of universal energy
surrounding the physical body (the various subtle
bodies--the emotional body, the mental body, the spiritual
body, etc) to the physical body by stepping down the
frequency of the consciousness energy of the higher body.
This slowing down of the speed of the vibration allows it to
connect with the lower one.
Functioning as energy consciousness receivers and
transmitters, the chakras allow a person to take in the
Universal Life Force necessary for his well-being. Each of
the chakra points is also associated with a particular
endocrine gland and is linked to a person's sympathetic
nervous system, the idea being that the energy work of the
chakras is carried through the physical body.
The traditional Eastern chakra system refers to seven major points in the body, although historically different
religious interpretations have located many other secondary chakra points. In addition to the traditional points
which govern the organs of the body, there are also chakras on the palms of the hands and the tips of the
fingers, on the souls of the feet, the nipples of both men and women, on the tip of the penis in males and on the
clitoris in females, and at the knees and elbows. There are 24 chakra points that are located between 6 and 12
inches above the body known as "star" chakras.
In contrast, the Ancient Egyptians had a system of 13 chakras that added six other spots to the traditional
places. They also believed that energy came into the body through five separate entry points between the legs,
rotating in spirals up through the body's chakra points. In the male, these entry points were the coccyx, the
anus, the perineum, the base of the testicles, and the head of the penis. The Taoist microcosmic orbit has a
similar expanded system of masculine and feminine chakra points that move the energy in a circuit up the
person's back and down the front.
As a result of a change in Earth vibration, a new energy point called the "sun chakra" was activated in 2003
after being dormant for 26,000 years. This is located between the root and the sacral chakra just above the
penis in men. It is his true seat of creativity, connecting his sexual energy with a new vibrational receptiveness
to love and the true creative self. This new chakra area plays an important part in the energy balancing
involved with the process for Re-Tuning the Body.
The concept of Tantra was developed in India over 6,000 years ago by a group of people closely connected to
Nature. Although its ideas pre-dated the age of Sanskrit, the earliest written record of Tantra comes from that
later time. The word Tantra is made up from the two Sanskrit words tan, which translates as "tools," and tra,
which translates as "expansion." At its most basic level, Tantra means "tools for expansion." Tantric tools for
expansion are touch-based, or "tangible," as the word has come down to the present. Tantric body work
connects with a man's sexual energy through touch and allows him to reach a spiritual level through physical
According to Tantra followers, Divinity, or Shiva, is making love continuously with his consort to create all the
known and unknown universe. Shiva's lingam, or erection, is the source of creation. Everything is part of
Shiva's creation--life and every type of matter and energy. Living is a sensual delight, according to Tantra. Sex
is considered a spiritual act that involves everything in Nature. Nature is viewed by Tantrics as providing
everything--food, water, pleasure, life, birth, death. The Divine is everywhere and is touchable and pleasurable.
Tantrics embrace every situation in life as an opportunity to become more aware of who they are and how they
can expand their capacities. This concept presumes a believer will work to integrate all aspects of the self,
including those parts often rejected or hidden. For instance,Tantric followers place no moral judgment on
sexual preferences. In Tantra, the focus was not so much on the who, as it was on the how.
Tantra teaches that everyone has both masculine and feminine qualities. Tantric philosophy sees opposites as
complements. The two concepts of male and female are not set apart, but are viewed as dual aspects that
meet and merge in every human being. By discarding gender stereotypes, men can expand their sexual identy
by exploring this masculing/feminine duality. As in Re-Tuning the Body, a new spiritual dimension is available
when the male and female aspects merge. When man feels the sacredness of sex, he begins to experience a
stronger connection to the Universal Life Force
|How do Reiki and Sei Reiki fit in?
Reiki is another term for the Universal Life Force energy. It has been known as ki to the
Japanese, ka to the Egyptians, prana to the Hindu, chi in Chinese medicine, and mana
in the Hawaiian Huna tradition. Rei means "free passage" and Ki means "universal life
energy" in Japanese. A traditional Usui Reiki session involves the practitioner placing
his hands in certain key spots on the client to re-connect that person's physical energy
to the universal energy that surrounds him or her.
The method referred to today as Usui Reiki Ryoho is a system that developed from the
original teachings of Mikao Usui (1865-1926). Usui had called his system Usui-Do, or
“My Method,” and in the West it mistakenly came to be regarded as his attempt to find
how famous healers like the Buddha or Christ healed the sick without depleting their
own inner energy. The Usui system stemmed, in fact, from a very personal experience
he had during a spiritual quest in what is now known to be 1914.
The traditional story is that Usui began a fast on Mt. Kurama that would last until he
either became enlightened or died. This search for satori was a common Buddhist
spiritual discipline in Japan called shy gyo, where a disciple would fast and meditate for
21 days as part of their strict spiritual training. Usui’s memorial states that on the last
morning of his fast “he felt one great Reiki over his head”. Usui had a vision of millions
of multi-colored bubbles and then saw a great white light. The Reiki he saw in glowing,
golden letters was a formula for accessing healing he had studied in a piece of Sanscrit
He became enlightened as a result of his experience and acquired healing abilities
which he called Reiki Ryoho. This is also when he discovered the purpose of life was
Anshin Ritsumei, or "The state of your mind being totally in peace, knowing what to do
with your life, bothered by nothing." He took this gift home and worked on himself and
his family. It is said that his wife was ill and Reiki cured her. Usui decided not to keep his
Reiki experience just in his family but make it freely available to students as a spiritual
Sei Reiki is a current within traditional Usui Ryoko Reiki practice that includes the use
of sexual energy as an additional stream for healing and empowerment of self and
others. The rich variety of meanings of the word sei includes “sexual, true, companion,
power, spirit, and threaten,” and these varied definitions of the word add breadth and
depth to this form of bodywork. Sei Reiki becomes a "true” form of Reiki. Its use of
sacred sexuality also means that practitioners can appropriately refer to it as a type of
“companion” Reiki. Its addition of sexual energy into traditional Usui Reiki practices
makes it a form of “power” Reiki that can accurately called Reiki with “spirit.” And
because of this acknowledgement of the power of sexual energy, the practice can be,
for some, a Reiki that “threatens.”
Re-Tuning the Body uses Sei Reiki empowering through the practitioner’s touch to
break through blocks in the sexual flow of energy in the client. The process uses hand
positions to reconnect the client's physical body to his Higher Self and the Universal
Life Force by linking the raised sexual energy at his root and sun chakras to his body's
other main energy centers.