These Red Jasper palm stones are made from a polished crystal, asymmetrically shaped, well made and smooth to the touch. They have a solid weight to them, and each is unique in shape and colour.
Red Jasper is a vibrant red coloured crystal that can be mixed with flecks of black or a light yellow/white colour. Take a look at some of the pictures above to see the type of variation there may be; we've tried to capture the different shades and types. If you have a particular request for the look or colour of the palm stone you would like, please leave us a note in your extra instructions at the checkout and we will do our best to pick one for you.
Size of Red Jasper Palm Stone: Approximately 4 - 4.5 cm (1.5 - 1.8") a the longest point of the crystal, roughly 3.5 - 4 cm (1.2 - 1.5") in width. Please note that because these crystals are asymmetrical/misshaped, this is an approximate guide to the size as each will be slightly different.
Dictionary Terms Explained
- Grounding, stabilizing, healing
The family of jasper stones have an energy that's very grounding and stabilizing. They promote the need to reduce insecurity, guilt, worry and fear and remind us of our connection with mother earth. Jasper is a great stone to have around if you're in need of healing, or if you're a healer, as it can be a useful tool for re-balancing the aura. Due to its grounding abilities, it's a good stone to hold or have close by if you're meditating, healing or involved in similar activities. It can be held in the hand whilst you visualize roots sprouting forth from your feet, securing and grounding you to the earth.
Jasper comes in many types and colours, each adding further aspects to the above:
Red jasper - When travelling a path of spiritual self-improvement sometimes we can become too focussed on the heavens above and we can become disenchanted with our earthly existence. Red jasper is an earthly stone and helps combat this by reminding us that we are not here by ourselves on the physical plane. It is a stone good to hold when on excursions by oneself, periods of solitude such as retreats or if you live alone. Some keep it by the bed because in some way it helps them connect to and remember their dreams, and can also help protect those who astral travel.
Yellow jasper - uplifting energy, reminds us of the need to be cheerful and positive.
Poppy Jasper is the stone of energy and courage, also known as Brecciated jasper; it is aligned to the root chakra, and is useful in matters of health and in raising vitality and energy. A protective stone, it enhances physical endurance and helps the wearer bring balance between the emotional and the physical. Some say that it is also useful in attuning with animals.
Leopard Skin Jasper - Helps facilitate shamanic journeying and contacting power animals.
Ocean jasper, with its circular patterns, is a soothing stone that promotes love of oneself and others. Related to the heart charka and encourages patience and acceptance of responsibility.
Picasso or picture jasper helps create an air of harmony, and is said to enhance the relationship between human beings and nature. The colour and markings of picture jasper sometimes even appear to depict landscape paintings, adding further to this belief. It's also useful for aiding creativity, creative visualization and the discovery of messages, whether through dreams, meditation or readings.
Brown jasper is connected to the earth and helps alleviate environmental and geopathic stress and encourages ecological awareness. It is also said to strengthen the resolve to give up somoking and boosts the immune system.
Mookite (Australian jasper) comes from Mooka Creek region of Australia. Comes in a variety of patterns and helps connect to the dream time and is emotionally protective. Helps to connect to and balance the base chakra.
- Passion, energy, power
Colours can affect our physical, mental, emotional and spiritual states, both consciously and unconsciously. We can use colours to help us feel better, to inject an element of vitality into our life, or to calm strong feelings and promote a sense of peace and relaxation.
The colour red is typically associated with a range of emotions and states of being, including: energy, passion, love, joy, vitality, health, strength, power, fire, aggression and danger. Different people perceive colours in different ways, so you may have other associations, which are equally valid.
Throughout ancient traditions, red has been a dominant colour, symbolising both positivity and negativity. It's been used to represent the colour of gods of sun and war and is often associated with power. In China it was the emblem of the Chou dynasty and was thought of as being one of the luckiest colours. In Christianity red is associated with the act of sacrifice, representing the blood of Christ who died on the cross. Red is a particularly dominant colour in the Tarot.
The colour has links with passion and sexuality, too. Hearts are usually depicted as red and it features widely in the annual celebration of St. Valentine's Day, and in Greece it was the colour of the phallic God, Priapus. Young North American Indians traditionally painted themselves in red, believing it would increase their strength and desire.
As far as the chakras go, red is the colour used to symbolise the base chakra.
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