Beautiful 5 Elemental Earth Stone Sets in Lapis Lazuli Genuine Gemstone with Velvet Pouch. Approx. 1.5" Length * 1 - 1.25" Breadth * 0.75" Thick
Jasper is considered a Power Stone and a stone that accepts intense responsibility as a Protection Stone. Jasper gives one the courage to speak out and have personal independence. It's a stone of the earth, and therefore a very "grounding" stone. All Jaspers have excellent protective energies. Jasper comes in a limitless number of colours, patterns and combinations. Jasper is the stone of selflessness; It is the mother of all stones, bringing about "Big-L" Love of all mankind. Jasper makes its effects known slowly and gradually, just like nature. It's considered an emotionally calming stone, and can be an excellent stone for either those who are hypersensitive to crystalline energy and find it difficult to work with, or for those who like change to be a gradual, unfolding process. Red Jasper especially assists in transmuting pain, especially menstrual pain. To draw away focus from pain, back to the centre. For emotional, mental and physical pain, it is a grounding and healing stone.
ELEMENT OF EARTH Earth Season, Symbols, Direction, & Colors - Winter; Pentacle, Stone; North; Browns, Blacks, and Greens Earth Related to - Stability, Strength, Comfort, Grounding, Harvest, Animals, Root Chakra Earth Magical Uses - Money, Success in Business, Fertility, Peace, Grounding & Centering Energies, Growing Plants ELEMENT OF WATER Water Season, Symbols, Direction, & Colors - Autumn; Bowl or Cup; West; Blue, Light Gray, Sea Green, Silver Water Related to - Emotions, Intuition, Divination, Healing, Dreams, Ocean, Rivers, Lakes, Throat Chakra, Heart Chakra Water Magical Uses - Love, Psychic Awareness, Divination, Scrying, Healing, Relief Stress, Dreamwork, Peaceful Sleep, Peace, Friendship ELEMENT OF FIRE Fire Season, Symbols, Direction, & Colors - Summer; Sword or Candle; South; Red, Orange, Yellow-Orange Fire Related to - Passion, Courage, Lust, Creativity, Fertility, Virility, Desire, Romance, Force, Enthusiasm, Root Chakra, Sacral Chakra Fire Magical Uses - Banishing, New Beginnings, Destroy the Old to Make Way for the New, Obtain Desires ELEMENT OF AIR Air Season, Symbols, Direction, & Colors - Spring; Wand; East; Sky Blue, Yellow, White Air Related to - Thought, Reason, Intellect, Knowledge, Freedom, Memory, Awareness, Throat Chakra, Third Eye Chakra Air Magical Uses - Memory Spells, Scrying ELEMENT OF SPIRIT / AKASHA Spirit / Akasha Season, Symbols, Direction, & Colors - All; Circle or Infinity Symbol; Center; White, Clear, Gold Spirit / Akasha Related to - Transcendence, Transformation, Unification, Power, Time, The Void, Crown Chakra Spirit / Akasha Magical Uses - Transformation, Power
The Earth element is the most powerful of all the elements. The Earth is our source of stability, yet a large Earthquake can destabilise us in a matter of seconds. The Earth gives and takes away just like all the elements. If there is a positive, there is a negative - that is a law of nature. However, we can align ourselves to focus on the positive qualities of each element, optimising their strengths. The Earth has a commanding nature, and at the same time is connected with our heart. The Earth is also home to material wealth and abundance. When we are in alignment with the Earth, we feel peaceful and happy. When we chant the Earth mantras, we become relaxed because we are sending all our stress and negative feelings into the Earth. The Earth can handle this energy. The Earth not only sucks our negative energy, but also radiates positive energy back to us. When we walk in a forest or in the beautiful nature, we naturally release stress and negativity, and recharge our souls with pure nature energy. If you experience strong anxiety, walk barefoot on the Earth or hold a black river stone and consciously send your stress there.
According to the ancient Indian knowledge, the Five Elements - or the five pillars of Creation - are the building blocks of the universe. In order, the elements are: Earth, Fire, Sky, Water and Air. The Five Elements encompass all that is needed to survive in this Creation. Without any one of the five, the universe would cease to exist. The Five Elements are basic, but the knowledge surrounding them runs deep. It is our job as humans to balance our individual elements and those of the planet. When the elements are out of balance, disease, stress, violence, depression, lack of clarity, and unhappiness can occur. There are ways to balance the elements in ourselves which we will discuss as we take a look at the specific qualities of each. When the Five Elements are in balance, we are able to function at our highest level as human beings. To create this balance, there are ancient Indian mantras - sacred vibrations - for each element, as well as practical easy-to-use techniques that we can use daily. We can learn how to build homes and create spaces in alignment with the Five Elements through the ancient Indian science of 'Vaastu'. When we follow correct Vaastu principles, we are living physically in harmony with nature and, in turn, our lives will be filled with happiness and success. Knowledge of the Five Elements is essential in order to lead happy and healthy lives. By understanding the positive and negative aspects of each element, we can tune our minds, heart and souls to use each element in the most effective way. The first rule of thumb is that we cannot dominate the Five Elements; instead, we have to surrender to the elements and respect them.