Jasper - The Supreme Nurturer Stone

Jasper can help the wearer through stress by bringing a feeling of peace and wholeness and this is often referred to as the “supreme nurturer”. Jasper can help absorb negative energies and create a feeling of protection around you. It balances yin and yang. It can encourage you to be honest with yourself. It can help you tackle your problems head on instead of hiding away from them. Jasper aids quick-thinking and stimulates the imagination. It can help ideas turn into action very quickly.

Jasper comes in many colors and today we will tell you all about the Red Jasper. 

Red Jasper is often associated with the root chakra. Red Jasper comes with incredible grounding properties, inviting you to keep one foot firmly on the floor no matter how high you are flying. It's a stone that brings balance, stamina, courage, and the inner strength of a warrior. Red Jasper helps keep your energies balanced when you sleep. It is a stone with remarkable protective, soothing, balancing properties. Red Jasper is an excellent stone that can help in clearing and focusing the mind during prayer and meditation. Do pay attention to your dreams when working with Red Jasper. You can try sleeping with it under your pillow as it may enhance dream recall, and more often than not, will show you problems you need to solve in your root chakra in your dreams.

Fun Fact: 

Jasper is known to have been a favorite gem in the ancient world. Red Jasper is a stone in the Jewish High Priest's breastplate, as described in Exodus 28. Green jasper was used to make bow drills in Mehrgarh between 4th - 5th  millennium BC.

How to use: 

Place the crystal at the root chakra during your personal session. Jasper is also a wonderful sleeping companion crystal. Place your crystal under your pillow to increase energetic refreshment and clear dreams while you sleep. Jasper can also be worn in the form of different types of jewelry.

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