Jaspers are an aggregate of quartz and other minerals. It is most commonly found in shades of red, (with the colour coming from iron), but is also found in yellows, browns, greens and (rarely) blues.
Thought to reconnect energy to the earth, Jasper is perfect for grounding and centring exercises. Like the earth, Jasper lends quiet strength and steady energy and can be utilised in chi enhancing practices during meditation. In Native American rituals, Jasper is also used in Rainmaking, drawing on its ability to nourish and replenish.
In Chinese Feng Shui, Jasper is used to enhance determination and motivation towards the goal of financial and personal success.
When used around the home, Jasper is a nourishing and protective stone. It warms cold spots and brings a grounded, soft, friendly energy to the home, the kind of energy that a dear friend brings with them.
Fantastic in a student’s space when sustained hard work is needed along with a balanced attitude to health and rest – this gentle stone will help nudge the focus on studies and exams and remind the student when it’s time to take a break. It is also a stone which can be relied upon to impart courage.
Resonating with the lower three chakras, jasper grounds energy to Mother Earth. It is a wonderfully balancing stone and helps centre the mind ready for spiritual connection. Remover of negativity. Enhancer of strength and stamina. Restorer of degenerative organ tissues. Jasper has a wide reaching range of uses.
This stone is great for grounding the overworked and over stressed, lending a slow and steady energy flow for prolonged, sustained activity.
It helps the skin to radiate and can help in treatment of the liver, kidneys, bladder, spleen and stomach. Jasper also helps in the regulation of the body’s mineral content.
Psychically, Jasper’s protection of the wearer aids astral travel, keeping traveller and silver cord safe.