A powerful mental training that increases the ability to concentrate, focus and the state of inner balance. The process of fusion is also used for energetic self-protection and is especially useful for those who interact a lot with other people.
In the alchemical practices of fusion, various pakua (ba gua) and gathering points are used to extract, bind and harmonize attached emotional energies from the organs. Gathering organ energy does not weaken the organs in any way. On the contrary, during each exercise the energy of the essences collected from the organs is fused, purified and transformed into a life energy of increased quality. At the end of each exercise, the energy is collected in pearl form and returned to the body to strengthen all organs and glands, but especially those that need additional energy.
The West also knows similar traditions, such as the "Chymical Wedding" as the title of one of the Rosicrucian writings and as an instrument of the researchers who possessed the hermetic keys of "alchemy", Kabbalah and astrology. In alchemy, the chymical marriage signifies the union of opposites and reveals the gradual path of initiation into the last great mysteries of our existence.
Similarly, the Kan and Li formulas of Taoism can be understood as a "sacred wedding."
The complex interrelationships of the Taoist 5 elemental forces - also called transformational phases - as well as the main chains of creation cycle and control cycle are connected with it. The positive chi of virtuous energy is channeled through the main organs, and the energy accumulated during these cycles becomes a pearl of compassion. This bead then opens and cleanses the ascending channels and the surrounding protective belt channels.
The tantric lineages of Tibetan Buddhism and the Vedic yoga traditions have known and practiced similar practices for centuries. Taoists also invite their mandala - the pakua - for meditation: a particularly deeply moving part of fusion practice. Oscillations, vibrations, resonances, and sounds play a major role in Taoist traditions.
During thousands of years of study of philosophy and psychology, Taoists recognized the need to explore the basic emotions of human beings. They observed that certain actions attract undesirable emotions unless they are understood and overcome. Disharmonious emotions can be transformed into beneficial life energy.
Therefore, to repel or suppress unwanted negative emotions is to repel or suppress life force. Instead, the Taoist system considers it better to use their experience. That is, they let it stand without losing control of it or triggering other negative emotions. Experiences and emotions are transformed into useful life force as well as into a form of higher consciousness, spiritual energy.
The whole practice of fusion is a systematic process of self-purification and control over one's inner forces. With the pearl formed of pure energy, the powers of the Five Elements are fused into a new, improved and purified form of life force and power is gained for self-control. The cosmic power can be directly summoned to give strength and protection.
The practice of fusion is a meditation system consisting of formulas (techniques). The goal of the practice of fusion is to allow virtues to emerge from energetic emotional blocks through consciousness.