Tumbled Red Jasper for Passion & Purpose

Tumbled Red Jasper for Passion & Purpose
Tumbled Red Jasper for Passion & Purpose
Tumbled Red Jasper for Passion & Purpose
$2.00 USD

Tumbled Red Jasper measures approximately ¾" x ½" x ½"

Size is approximate and may vary slightly from piece to piece.

 

Common Healing Properties of Red Jasper

  • Promotes grounding
  • Encourages justice
  • Stimulates intuitive insight and provides perspective into your problems and challenges
  • Helps you to remember your dreams
  • Aids you in asserting your personal boundaries
  • Brings peace and calming
  • Encourages you to lend a helping hand (or to receive one from others)
  • Promotes shamanic journeying and astral travel
  • Enhances protection
  • Cleanses the etheric body
  • Banishes electromagnetic pollution
  • Facilitates accurate pendulum dowsing sessions
  • Enhances will power
  • Stimulates courage
  • Helps you to organize your environment
  • Increases support during times of illness
  • Stimulates cognition
  • Encourages nurturing attitudes and behaviors
  • Stabilizes your energy

 

 

Colors: Brick red to dark, blood red
Associated Chakras: Root (1st)
Zodiac Signs: Aries, Capricorn
Elements: Earth, Fire
Companion Stone: Blue Kyanite
Companion Flower: Crocosmia
Companion Essential Oil: Cassia Bark
Common Origins: India



Metaphysical Uses of Red Jasper

Red Jasper is a grounding stone, associated with the root chakra, and with strength used to promote the cause of justice. Passionate Aries is ruled by Mars, and this stone amplifies Mars’ warrior spirit while at the same time keeping emotions under control. But contrary to what this might imply, it’s also a stone of the Divine Feminine, associated with childbirth and courage in women. For healing, Red Jasper is strongly associated with blood.

 

 

Red Jasper Lore

Red Jasper is a form of quartz with traces of hematite, which gives it both its intense color and some interesting properties. While healing and other metaphysical uses go back to ancient times, writers often used the word “jasper” to refer to any opaque stone, so it isn’t always easy to be sure what mineral they mean. But generally, the brick-red form has been associated with strength and grounding. The Egyptians, for example, considered it the “blood of Isis” (along with Carnelian), and believed a drop-shaped red jasper pendant would give the soul the courage needed to face Osiris for one’s judgment in the next world.

 

 

More About Jaspers

Jaspers are primarily quartz (silicon dioxide, or SO2) which has been broken down and reformed within the earth, often picking up traces of other minerals in the process. Red jasper, for example, contains traces of hematite. More complex jaspers may even include veins or small pieces of other minerals. Some jaspers are actually agates, rhyolites, or… well, whatever. For the sake of this list, we’re just going to go by what they’re commonly called. In general, jaspers are associated with grounding and connection to Mother Earth. The heavily patterned ones are often also associated with creativity and mental focus.

 


Crystal Healing is not meant to replace conventional medicine, but rather to complement and enhance it. Information within this site is metaphysical in nature and is by no means medical. Crystals should only be used with the understanding that they are not an independent therapy, but rather are just part of a holistic healing approach to wellness.

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