This article is even more enlightening and helpful for me.
I participated in an introductory session of dance therapy just a week ago, and one of the tools I learned from there is Tapping, which I have promptly incorporated into my meditation practice now, in the chakra cleansing part as I go into Silencing. I’ve been Tapping all over my body but mostly on my lower back and pelvic areas as I’ve intuitively felt a heavy kind of energy in these parts (there’s even persistent mild lower back pain, which is quickly relieved as I tap).
The current feelings of being “turned on” lately must’ve been a result of this too! 😉
The whole point of doing this work is to find blockages, externally, and internally, and to let them go. The more you are able to breathe into what comes up, the easier it becomes to express it and let it go.
Interestingly, the body really hates blocked material. So, “stuff that is stuffed” is going to emerge anyway.
This article’s author, Wayne Allen, further explains:
He realized that trauma of any sort that was not resolved (through the release of the blocked energy) ended up “stuck” in the body
Reich was not speaking metaphorically.
In the east, the full release of qi or chi or prana is described similarly.
Read the full article at Sex Archives | The Pathless Path.