Picture Jasper Pendant
Adorn yourself with this artwork by nature, a stunning Picture Jasper Pendant. This .925 sterling silver design showcases the soft earthy colours of the Picture Jasper stone highlighted by two delicate Citrine gemstones.
Dimensions in cm : 5 x 2.5 x 0.5
Keywords: Supreme Nurturer
Chakras: Base, Sacral
Zodiac Signs: Virgo, Aries, Scorpio
Birthstone: March, October
Jasper Crystal Healing Properties:
Jasper is very supportive during times of stress. It can aid the achievement of tranquillity and wholeness. Jasper balances Yin and Yang and aligns the Physical, Emotional and Mental bodies with the etheric realm. It helps clear electromagnetic and environmental pollution and supports circulation, digestion and the sexual organs.
Jasper History and Uses:
The name Jasper is derived from a Greek word meaning “spotted stone”. There are many types of Jasper with a wide variety of colours and patterns.
Jasper Geological Description:
Jasper is a microcrystalline variety of Quartz, a silicon dioxide mineral with a hardness of 6.5 to 7. The name Jasper is derived from a Greek word meaning “spotted stone”. It is found all over the world, including large deposits in India, Russia, Brazil, France, Germany and the USA
Affirmation: My vitality, emotional balance and clarity of mind grow stronger every day
Key words: Manifestation, personal will, mental clarity, creativity
Chakras: Base, sacral, solar plexus
Zodiac Signs: Cancer, Leo, Gemini, Aries, Libra
Wedding Anniversary: 11th and 13th year
Citrine Crystal Healing Properties:
Citrine is a great manifester, helping to clear and activate the lower chakras, the powerful points in our energy system for manifestation and creation work. Citrine helps us to maintain direction and overcome obstacles. It can assist with setting proper emotional boundaries and clearly maintaining them. Citrine has a playful energy that can bring light and optimism.
Citrine History and Uses:
The name Citrine comes from the French word citron meaning lemon. It was used as a gemstone in Greek jewellery as long ago as 300BC. Citrine varies in colour from the deep amber of heat treated Amethyst to the pale yellow of natural Citrines.
Citrine Geological Description:
Citrine is a member of the quartz family, a silicon dioxide mineral with a hardness of 7. Its yellow colour comes from the inclusion of iron in the quartz.
Natural Citrine is mostly a pale yellow colour, while the darker, more orange specimens are often heat treated Amethyst. Deposits of natural Citrine are found in Brazil, Africa, Madagascar, Spain, Russia, France, Scotland and the USA.
Affirmation: I commit to explore my creative resources to generate abundance in my life.