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Re: Lucky Mojo Chinese Wash Questions and answers

Unread post by Angelkitty » Fri Nov 07, 2014 12:45 pm

I've never used Chinese wash before, but there is sme coming to me in my next LM order which I think may arrive this week. I was just prepping and reading about it and it says;

"Wash the house from the top floor to the bottom floor, and from the back of each floor to the front, ending at last at the front doorstep."

I am just wanting to check that I have this right in my head. I should clean all rooms from the back of the house to the front of the house upstairs and then go down stairs and do the same, finishing with the doorstep and the path? I really want to make sure that everything is cleansed, so I also wanted to make sure that Chinese wash is sufficient on its own or should I burn a candle, incense or sage along with it? I will also be taking 13 herb baths on the days leading up to the cleansing.

I have read this section of the forum about pets and the fact that some of the ingredients may deter cats. I have three cats and I don't want to upset them, are there and LM oils that I could include to mask the smell a little bit? As my home is mainly carpeted I was just thinking of lightly misting the carpet and wiping it down with a clean cloth.
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Re: Lucky Mojo Chinese Wash Testimonials

Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Nov 08, 2014 12:53 am

Hello, Angelkitty,

You'll love the Chinese Wash. And, yes, you've understood the directions!!

It never hurts to candles and/or incense and/or sage along with this. It can only help.

As far as your cats are concerned, I don't think that oils will mask anything. I would just try to put them in their cages (or wherever you put them) when using it.

OR wash one room first. Wait a day and aerate the room. Then, put the cats in there and see how they react. If they are OK, then, wash the rest of your house.

Good luck. I know you'll LOVE the Chines Wash. I can't live without it!
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Chinese Wash for empty rooms?

Unread post by LibraGoddess » Wed Dec 10, 2014 4:21 am

Hello, I and my daughter live in a 4BR, 3 level home. I have several rooms in my home that are unoccupied (formal dining room, 2 bedrooms, living room and a full unfinished basement). These rooms contain nothing more than moving boxes. Would it be in my best interest to add these rooms to the cleaning as well? If it matters, the basement is also a walk-out basement

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Re: Lucky Mojo Chinese Wash Testimonials

Unread post by Miss Aida » Thu Dec 11, 2014 10:30 pm

Hello, LibraGoddess,

You never now where these bad energies are.

And, if you don't wash those areas, the negativity can go to those areas rather than leaving.

Please clean the entire house.

I know it's not an easy job but it's well worth it in the long run

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Re: Lucky Mojo Chinese Wash Testimonials

Unread post by LibraGoddess » Fri Dec 12, 2014 4:51 am

Thank you for replying, Miss Aida. I will clean the whole house

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Chinese wash

Unread post by Edward T » Tue Feb 17, 2015 11:38 am

Question??? Has anyone used Chinese floor wash as a bath? I was thinking of doing a cleanse on myself with Chinese floor wash, salt, and van van oil. Any suggestions about this ? Thanks
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Unread post by MoonBreath » Tue Feb 17, 2015 10:20 pm

Yes, you can put a drop or 2 in your bath for a cleanse. You can also put a drop in your laundry to cleanse clothing and linens. I have had good results in both cases ... I even use it when cleansing my car! Do a search ... you will see several posts about this topic. Best wishes.

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Re: Chinese wash

Unread post by Edward T » Tue Feb 17, 2015 11:09 pm

Nice. Thank you very much MoonBreath.
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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by sparker » Wed Apr 22, 2015 6:25 am

I ordered some of the Chinese Wash (and a few other things) from LM last week, but it was before I realized how long shipping takes! I am looking for a roommate, and felt my house needed a good, fresh, spiritual cleanse. I did a little googling yesterday, because I felt like I "needed" that wash in a bad way, RIGHT NOW (y'all ever had that feeling? Haha). I found a place near me (that I never knew existed) that sells LM products, and was thrilled. I purchased a few things (including CW -yay!) and set about cleaning the house last night. I was really impressed with how well it cleans, because I originally thought I would just need to add a little to whatever other cleaners I use, but nope. Just the CW and water did more than an excellent job and smelled amazing. I didn't feel the instant great feeling a lot of others say they've felt after using it, but I've been really stressed, which is probably part of it. I will be adding this to laundry, my own baths, and it will be used EVERY time I clean from here on out - so glad I have another bottle on its way to me from LM... I used probably more than what was necessary last night. This thread has conflicting info about how to dispose of the water, and I guess I will just practice the different options until I find the one that "feels" right for what I need. I use a steam mop and will be laundering the cover/pad for it with CW from now on, as well. Can't hurt, right?

ETA: I have not seen this addressed anywhere, but I do a lot of smudging, too. Usually I smudge AFTER I clean. Is that ok, or is there another way I should be doing it?

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed Apr 22, 2015 8:04 pm

Hello, sparker,

So happy that you are enjoying the Chinese Wash. The water sought to be disposed out the front door.


www.luckymojo.com/chinesewash.html

No harm in smudging!! But I personally prefer the Van van Incense: www.luckymojo.com/vanvan.html

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Stopping midway during house chinese wash cleansing

Unread post by EvaLuna » Thu Jun 04, 2015 9:41 am

Hi Everyone:

Hope all is well with the LM community. I have a "thing" going on when I try to clean my house. I ordered the chinese wash a while back from LM. I've made two attempts to clean my house and have noticed that I stop midway at the top of my stairs going towards the first floor. I start out the day motivated with lots of energy, with the intention of cleaning my house. I clean the walls, baseboards, windows and window sills, floors, everything...I burn a white candle, say my prayer and burn incense with frankincense, myrrh, camphor etc...and go around room by room, ( I have a big house 3 floors with lots of bedrooms)...I start from the 3rd floor down and make it to the second floor, once I bring the buckets down to the landing going to the first floor, I noticed I get tired, sleepy, and even anxious. I find myself having to sleep for hours. It may mean nothing or something. Granted my house is huge (which I am blessed and grateful) and it can be tiring, however this can't be a coincidence. I attempted once again to clean my house to no avail...the buckets of water sit on the landing for days even up to a week or two. Any thoughts? on what may be happening? Is something working against me not to finish cleaning my house? Is there something else I can do to keep going?

Your advice, suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Side note: I just spoke to my mom, who confessed without any prompting that when she was in my house the other day (memorial weekend) and she was going upstairs to see the girls play, she was overcomed with a anxious, cold shiver. She called me today and told me that I need to clean my house with Creolina, which I think it's Tar Water? Does LM sell this? Anyway, my mom is not a practicing root worker, however I do believe she has some very psychic abilities. I confessed to her what was happening to me at my attempt to clean my house (she didn't know) and suggested I use garlic to protect myself by making a cross on my right foot (bottom) and a cross on my left hand. I also wanted to see if anyone else had any suggestions or have they ever used Creolina/Tar Water for cleansing, banishing protection?


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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Miss Aida » Thu Jun 04, 2015 8:03 pm

Hello, EvaLuna,

I cannot ascertain what this may be without a reading. It could be your physical response or it could be spiritual.

I HIGHLY recommend Chinese Wash.

Now, I'll tell you a secret: I hire people to wash my walls, etc. And they have no clue that they are using Chinese Wash. I know you're supposed to do it yourself, But, if you can't, then you need to call in help. Especially in your case where you can't seem to get past the top floor.

Please remember that there are exceptions to the rule that we must do it ourselves. If we can't physically do it ourselves, then we obviously need help to get over that "hump".

Keep us posted

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Nony65 » Mon Jul 27, 2015 4:45 am

Hi all,

My Gran is quite ill at the minute with diarrhoea and very weak. She is getting her house and carpet shampooed specially today by a company, as unfortunately she's quite frail and can't clean her house like she used to. I have a bottle of the Lucky Mojo Chinese Wash. I understand you are supposed to add a little to wash your floors, but she has carpets except in the bathroom and kitchen obviously. Can I add a little bit of the wash to a spritzer bottle and lightly spray the carpets when the company have finished? My idea is to draw in good spirits and blessings to help her recover. Thanks!

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Mon Jul 27, 2015 9:06 pm

Hello, Nony65 ,

I am so very sorry to hear about your GrandMother. I pray that she has a speedy recovery.

Yes, you can do that. You could also rent a carpet cleaning machine and add it to the machine.

I hope all goes well for you and he

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by eponai » Sun Aug 16, 2015 6:16 pm

hello LM lovelies-

I have a question about cleansing the home. i live in a very large (2000sf) warehouse-type building with other people. because of the daunting size and a chronic illness, it would be very difficult to clean the whole apartment at one time before dawn. is there any leeway around doing the cleansing in stages? like clean the rear one day, and move forward the next day?

or would you recommend i do the hard physical work of cleaning when i can, and then do the chinese wash cleaning "lightly" in one morning?

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Unread post by JayDee » Sun Aug 16, 2015 6:29 pm

eponai ,

You dont need to work with the time frame if you cant, some people do the work when they can, or needed. Like if stuff went down and I knew it was bad, regardless of time I would stop and cleanse. Other ways to cleanse a room as well, smoking incense, sweeping herbs, chinese floor wash. etc. However as a cleanse I would try and do it as much as possible in one day so you can clear it all out at once. You dont want to leave a spot crossed up and step in it and transfer it back to an area cleansed. Maybe consider using more then one method so you can do it all at once such as incense and wash at the same time.
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house cleansing

Unread post by Athena1 » Thu Sep 10, 2015 7:20 am

so i am going to make up a house cleansing was, but what about the celiengs, should i spray them as best as i can? thank much Athena1

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Fri Sep 11, 2015 8:26 pm

Hello, Athena1,

e ask that you please do not start new topics on your questions.

Every page has a dark green area. In the upper right hand corner of the dark green area, there is a white search box. Just enter your key words for topics that will lead you to the right thread.

Here is a page about cleaning: www.luckymojo.com/chinesewash.html

It's best if you wash them. If you just cant, then spraying is better than nothing

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Unread post by AlyssaH » Sat Sep 12, 2015 9:35 am

If you make your Chinese Wash into a spray, then it's easier to clean the ceilings with it. For example: I get my ladder, I take a wash rag & the spray bottle, spray the ceilings & physically clean them with the rag. Same goes for my walls, window sills, & baseboards.
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Unread post by Ms Melanie » Sun Sep 13, 2015 11:00 am

Hi AlyssaH,

Other than spraying you can use a sponge mop, works great and covers the entire section of wall at once with out missing any spots.

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Unread post by AlyssaH » Sun Sep 13, 2015 5:54 pm

Oooh, I love that! Gonna stop by a dollar store & get a sponge mop tomorrow. It's about that time for seasonal cleaning! :)
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Unread post by Innocence » Wed Sep 23, 2015 8:49 am

I wish I read the thread more thoroughly... I've been praying psalm 23 over my love oils but didn't realize I was supposed to pray over Chinese wash too. Also I finished the 13 herb bath shortly after dawn (the time was 7:13am when I finished reciting the last word of psalm 37 for the 13th time, I thought that was neat) and mixed the bath water with Chinese wash to clean the house. By the time I finished mopping it's already noontime. So I am going to dispose the water at the crossroads under full sun, would it cause any problem?

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Unread post by Miss Athena » Wed Sep 23, 2015 9:05 pm

Hi Innocence,

You should be fine.

Good luck.
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Unread post by LA1985 » Sat Sep 26, 2015 10:45 pm

A weird thing happened to me... So I cleaned my home with Chinese Wash for the first time and I went outside to dispose the water (my small children went with me because we were going to the playground afterwards). And on the playground a Monarch butterfly came to my daughter's leg and didn't want to go away so we had to bring him home, I took it into my hands but he didn't wanna leave and now he's on our balcony in the flowers...

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sun Sep 27, 2015 7:43 pm

Hello, LA1985,

What a beautiful sign!!
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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by jump » Thu Nov 05, 2015 11:04 am

Hello, if I clean my house tomorrow Friday & waning, do I clean my house the same day inwards for money drawing? Or should I do it the following Friday/week when it's waxing phase?
Thanks much.

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Unread post by Edward T » Thu Nov 05, 2015 11:18 am

Hello jump

My recomendation would be to Cleanse when the moon is waning and Draw when the Moon is waxing. www.luckymojo.com/moonphases.html

Try using Money Drawing products when the moon phase is waxing. www.luckymojo.com/moneydrawing.html

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Unread post by jump » Thu Nov 05, 2015 11:21 am

Thank you Thomask for your quick response. I'm so glad you said that I can do Chinese wash first and the money drawing can wait the following week :o). Bless your heart.

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Unread post by Jess369 » Sun Dec 20, 2015 6:30 pm

I want to do a spiritual house cleansing, with the intention of a peaceful home. My idea is to sage the house and also do a spiritual floor wash.

I have both Chinese Wash and Peace Water. Is it common to put both those products into the floor wash at the same time? Or is it better to use them seperately?

I will also add Peaceful Home oil and Money House Blessing oil to the floor wash.

Thank you in advance for your response!

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Unread post by Miss Athena » Sun Dec 20, 2015 9:28 pm

Hi Jess369,

You want to do a cleansing all by itself, because if you add a drawing condition product to it, you will just end up washing that all away. Use Chinese Wash on its own or with other cleansing products such as Uncrossing, Cast Off Evil, Banishing, or Run Devil Run.

Then work your other products to draw in the good conditions you want to promote, using things such as Peace Water, Money Drawing, Love Me, Attraction, Look Me Over, House Blessing, Clarity, or Marriage, once your house is clean.

Good luck.
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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by popcorn88 » Tue Dec 29, 2015 4:23 am

I purchased the Chinese wash and had intended to use it about once a week. I just wanted an extra boost of good luck and positive energy since there has been some bumps that I've experienced and a lot of bad things happening that were out of my control such as work and finances and I've been feeling down a lot more than usual. The first time I used it everything seemed to be going well until a couple of days later, my roommate started acting erratic and started an argument with me out of the blue. I didn't think anything of it since they've been having their own issues and so I just dismissed it as something that had maybe occurred because they allowed their feelings to build up and just exploded. I have had the wash for 6 months and over time noticed that every time I used the wash my roommate starts acting erratic and initiates arguments with me. The more frequently I use the wash, the more erratic and confrontational they become towards me. Prior to using the Chinese wash, my roommate and I got along perfectly and never had any disagreements at all. I tried to dismiss the cause as being the Chinese wash but I've realized that when I don't use it, everything is fine and goes as normal but when I start using it again, my roommate goes back to acting not like themselves. I have read so many positive things about the Chinese wash that I want to continue using it but I just find it odd that it's actually making things worse. I was wondering if anybody has ever experienced this or think they know the reason why this is happening.

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Unread post by Miss Athena » Tue Dec 29, 2015 12:13 pm

Hi popcorn88,

Welcome to the forum. Please feel free to introduce yourself in the Introductions thread.

This is a very strange reaction, as Chinese Wash generally cleanses anything negative out of your home. I would follow a cleansing with Peaceful Home products, to keep the energy light and positive. You should also put up protection, to keep anything negative from re-entering your home once it is cleansed.

http://www.luckymojo.com/peacefulhome.html
http://www.luckymojo.com/protection.html

You might also want to get a reading with someone from AIRR to gain more clarity in your roommate's behavior. It sounds odd to me but there may be a very good explanation for it that could come out in a reading.

http://www.readersandrootworkers.org/

Good luck.
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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by novice » Wed Dec 30, 2015 3:55 pm

Hi
New here, I seeking advice, I'm thinking of mixing

Chinese wash (base)
Buffalo ammonia (few drops)
four thieves vinegar ( 2 spoonfuls)

Jinx killer bath crystals
Uncrossing bath crystals
Fear Not to Walk Over Evil bath crystals
Fiery Wall of Protection bath crystals
Reversing bath crystals
Healing bath crystals

Lavender oil (very little)
Dragons blood oil (very little)

I want to put this in a bottle with psalms read over it for prevention of evil attack or emergency. I want to know if I'm mixing too many things, and if so which ones should i leave out.

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Wed Dec 30, 2015 8:24 pm

The three liquids are okay to mix. So are the six bath crystals. So are the two oils.

The difficulty will come when blending all together. There is not ennough water in that blend to dissolve the bath crystals so some will dissolve and the rest will sink to the bottom and lay there in a hard lump -- and the oils will float on top.

I recommend that you leave the oils out. They are nice, but not eseential to the work. Then i would dry-blend the six bath crystals and keep the dry mix in a jar. When you go to use your custom blend, put hot water in a cup or bowl, add some of the mixed bath crystals and stir to dissolve them, then stir in some the liquid, and dilute it considerably as needed for use.

For more great bath crystal suggestions to blend in with Chinese Wash, see this book:

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Unread post by novice » Wed Dec 30, 2015 8:47 pm

Thank you very much, will do that. Is it possible to stretch the Chinese wash with red lavender water or white lavender water or maybe something you could recommend. Thank you.

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Wed Dec 30, 2015 9:31 pm

Chinese Wash is extremely concentrated. "Stretching" it will not be an issue. It MUST be diluted before use.
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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by coastwitch » Thu Dec 31, 2015 6:01 pm

Miss cat is right -- a cap full of Chinese wash in a bowl of scrub water is enough -- two capfuls if your mop pail is large.
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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by LA1985 » Fri Jan 15, 2016 10:24 am

Hi! :)

I want to wash my home with Chinese wash and make a 13 herb bath for myself. Which one do I do first? Or it doesn't matter?

Thank you :)

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Miss Aida » Fri Jan 15, 2016 8:55 pm

Hello, LA1985,

I personally prefer washing the home first. That way, after your baths, you are walking in a spiritually cleansed house.

I hope this helps

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by LA1985 » Sat Jan 16, 2016 11:06 am

Thank you Miss Aida! :)

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Waffle » Mon Mar 28, 2016 4:17 pm

Another testimony of sorts here: I've been going through a bout of constant bad luck. Not huge life-threatening things, but the obnoxious sort where so many 'little' things (car troubles, pets being ill, random STUPID stuff, etc) pile up that you feel like you're drowning in it. I've been feeling weighed down and just surrounded by 'gunk,' SO, I decided to give Chinese Wash a try, coinciding with a VERY thorough spring cleaning of the entire house.

After cleaning every room in detail, I went over everything again with the CW, and the house already feels somehow lighter, and the smell is AMAZING. I followed up with a sage fumigation, and I guess time will tell if it's all going to work!

I think my only complaint is that the smell dissipates after a day or so! I wouldn't mind my house smelling like Chinese Wash all the time. How does mixing a scant teaspoon or so with about 24 oz of water and using it as a room spray now and then sound?

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Unread post by natstein » Mon Mar 28, 2016 6:34 pm

Hello Waffle,

If you want to make a room spray type of thing I would recommend getting some Van Van oil bath crystals and dissolving that in water, strain it and use it in a spray bottle. Van Van smells like Chinese Wash.

Peace~

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Waffle » Tue Mar 29, 2016 5:54 am

Aah, cool! I'll try that, thanks! c:

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Nony65 » Wed Jun 29, 2016 10:23 am

So I've seen lots of people on here use Chinese Wash in the bath or in the shower. I want to take a bath tonight with some and tomorrow morning when I'm up early for work to lift some negativity off me. Does the wash need to be directly applied to a shower sponge (as in three small caps) or added directly to the bath and then wash yourself down? Thank you.

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed Jun 29, 2016 7:55 pm

Hello, Nony65 ,

The Chinese Wash is not meant for cleansing of the skin.

But you can use it sparingly by just a adding a little bit to the bath water. I would not, under any circumstances, put that on a washcloth and then apply directly to the skin.

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by MoonBreath » Wed Jun 29, 2016 9:33 pm

Hi Miss Aida. Sounds like Nony might be going by the very 1st post on this thread ( with the 3 capfull reference ).

Anyway Nony, like Miss Aida said, Chinese Wash is a house cleaner, even though that 1st person used it like a shower wash with good results. Personally, I only use about 1/2 to 1 cap in a whole bucket of scrub water before mopping - it is very concentrated. I have put a few drops in my bath water with some Epsom Salt before ... but that was a few drops in a whole bath tub! I have also put 1 drop in my washing machine to wash the "ick" off clothing too. Great results every time!

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Nony65 » Fri Jul 01, 2016 7:53 am

Thank you both Moon Breath and Miss Aida. I did in fact read all the thread of this and the first person as you are right Moon mentioned about washing with it. I did use it in the bath and I do feel quite lighter actually, plus I lit Van Van incense in my room. However I have a lot of clutter which I believe negative energy can hide in. I aim to take the bottle to my flat and do a house cleaning with it so anything negative that's been causing myself and my boyfriend to argue will stop. Should I spray the carpets with it in a bottle in small amounts per room? What about the sofa, and other items? And not sure if the walls need to be washed, don't want to cause any problems as its rented accommodation. Thank you!

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Miss Athena » Fri Jul 01, 2016 12:20 pm

Hi Nony65,

Washing the walls from top to bottom is an essential part of house cleaning. You won't be doing damage if they are simply painted walls.

Yes, you should also work it on your carpets. Spray them and then take a clean broom and sweep them from back to front (heading towards your front door) the same as you would when washing wood or tiled floors.

Clutter does trap energy, so the more you can do to de-clutter your space, the better you will be.

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Unread post by happyla » Sun Jul 03, 2016 5:15 pm

Is the LM Chiense Wash safe for adding to bath water?? Just wondering since I'm not sure what the main ingredients of the Chinese Wash are, or what it's made of. thanks!

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Miss Aida » Mon Jul 04, 2016 2:45 pm

Hello, happyla ,

We realize that you are new to the forum. So we ask that you PLEASE do not start new topics and post in the appropriate subforum.

If you use the search engine, you can find the appropriate area. In the upper right hand corner of the dark green area, there is a white search box. Just enter your key words and you will be taken to the correct areas.

No, it is not recommended. Please read through the many pages here for what people have said about this

Wishing you the best

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by SugarLoveHoney » Sat Oct 01, 2016 4:42 pm

I just wanna say how amazing Chinese wash is ! I feel like everyone should have some around.
On wednesday I got over emotional on a guy Im interested in..I got really upset at him told him to delete me. I thought I had scared him away because he didn't respond to any of my emotional texts and telling him to delete me...I regretted it later. The next day I added some Chinese wash into my bath along with uncrossing bath crystals and prayed for negativity to be removed between him & I... literally a hour or so later he liked one of my pictures on social media and then yesterday he texted me apologizing! Pretty sure it worked I love Chinese wash! ❤️

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Miss Athena » Sun Oct 02, 2016 5:47 pm

Hi SugarLoveHoney,

It's wonderful that you have had such a great outcome! I would suggest that you read through this thread and see what people are saying about not recommending the use of Chinese Wash in bathwater. It isn't advised. Your use of Uncrossing bath crystals was a better choice, and I'm happy to hear the progress you've made with your target.

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Blackbeauty83 » Wed Oct 05, 2016 11:21 am

It seems as though I have been surrounded by negativity lately, I just recently did a 13 day bath but I wanted to do some cleaning around the house so i Purchased some chinese wash... I wanted to get an understanding about a few things so I will make sure im using it correct

1. I live in a townhouse and the uper level has carpet, how would I wash the upper part of my house
2. do I do everyroom in my house
3. do i need to purchase a new mop
4 do I have to do the walls
5 I know it says to start at the back of the house, and work your way up front, how would i do that if i have upstairs
6 do i burn candles while cleaning
and lastly. how do i dispose of the water

sorry so many questions I just dont wanna do the wrong thing because im tired of all this bad luck and would just like to get some peace

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed Oct 05, 2016 8:36 pm

Hello, neka83 ,

Please read the pages on this thread first before posting the questions

I will just answer the question that has not been answered n this thread:

I did buy a new mop and only use it for my Chinese Wash. But that is optional for you.

All the other answers are on this thread.

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Thu Oct 06, 2016 12:39 am

And just to complicate matters, neka83,

I use Chinese Wash for ALL my cleaning, never distinguishing between "regular" cleaning and "spiritual" cleaning except at the New Year, and i use the same mop, wash rags, scrub water bowls, and all for everything.

Aida is right -- there are more than 250 posts in this thread -- lots of great ideas from all sorts of practitioners.

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Curious1 » Sun Apr 09, 2017 9:11 pm

Hello, I started cleaning with Chinese wash and smudged right after for the first time..I've heard people saying they feel calm after but I felt anxious and angry to the point I couldn't sleep and still felt that way in that morning.. Is this also normal after using Chinese wash and/or smudging?

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Miss Aida » Mon Apr 10, 2017 8:02 pm

Hello, Curious1 ,

Did you clean in its entirety?

Sometimes, if you only clean one area the negativity will move to another area.

That's why it's important to clean entirely, and this includes yourself so that those energies don't cling to you

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Curious1 » Tue Apr 11, 2017 8:42 pm

Thank you Miss Aida! I'll try that way..sometimes when I'm cleaning I avoid certain rooms if my brother in law is there. That makes total sense.

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by pinksugarcandy » Thu Apr 27, 2017 5:32 am

I got my chinese wash today and it smells amazing. Anyway I put a drop into a bowl of water and poured it over my head a few times while saying psalm 23. But I did not collect the bath water, i let it go down the drain.
Is it necessary to collect it? I know we have to collect the bath water if we are doing the herb baths and dispose at the crossroads, not sure if it applies to chinese wash. thanks

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Re: Chinese Wash Questions and Answers

Unread post by Miss Aida » Thu Apr 27, 2017 7:49 pm

Hello, pinksugarcandy ,

It is a good idea and a good practice to do so.

I'd do it again.

Just remember, though, just a little bit. Chinese Wash was not designed as is the uncrossing bath crystals or the 13 herb bath

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