Jade is a beautiful and useful green mineral rock that has been highly prized for thousands of years. One can wear jade jewelry or keep jade statues in the home and office to reap the many jade stone benefits. Jade is a symbol of serenity and purity. Jade attracts good luck and friendship. Jade carries a revitalizing energy that can help to speed healing. It is a stone of health and abundance, allowing Divine energy to enhance the circumstances of life. Used as a good-luck talisman in many cultures, Jade helps open the Heart Chakra to allow good fortune to flow naturally into one's experience of this physical realm. Jade promotes self-sufficiency, releases negative thoughts and soothes the mind. It stimulates ideas and makes tasks seem less complex so they can be acted upon. Jade is a dream stone. Jade can be used as a dream-enhancer by slipping a mala of it under your pillow or inside your pillow case while sleeping. Jade is helpful in attaining one’s goals by instilling resourcefulness, allowing one to see past any self imposed limitations, and assisting in the manifestation of one’s dreams into the physical world. Jade comes in many colors like Green , Yellow, Red, Blue, White , Brown , Black , Lavender , Orange etc.
The stone commonly known as Jade includes two mineral groups: Jadeite (sodium aluminium silicate) and Nephrite (calcium magnesium iron silicate). The myths of the ancient China indicated that jade gemstone can be referred to as a crystallized moonlight, which has fallen down to the Earth from the highest tip of the most holy mountains. It doesn’t need any purification from any type of negative vibration since it is a genuine endowment from heaven. It is said that in Chinese tradition, Jade symbolized all five virtues of humanity: Wisdom, Compassion, Justice, Modesty and Courage, therefore often symbols of these virtues were carved into pieces of Jade. Revered by the Mayan and Chinese cultures, it facilitates peace within the physical, emotional and intellectual structures, as well as within the material world. A “sacred” protective stone, it facilitates harmony. Jade is said to bless that which it touches. It releases negative thoughts, soothing the mind. Jade is said to balance male and female energies, and between partner and self.
Jade has played a significant role in folk medicine through out the history. In India, jade was used to treat snakebites. In Greece and Rome, the stone treat people with epilepsy. Ancient Chinese used to boil jade in a mixture with rice and dew water. It served as a cure for many different diseases. Jade has been carved in Central America for well over a thousand years and the ancient Mayas prized it above gold.
Now a days Jade is used as a cleansing stone helping the bodies filtration and elimination organs. It is the stone for the kidneys. The soothing green colour of jade makes it a wonderful healing stone. It helps the body in self-healing while working through underlying, non-physical reasons for a precipitation for disease. It is particularly helpful for kidney, heart and stomach complaints. Jade, considered a very lucky stone, facilitates peace and harmony between the mental, physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of ones life. When all of these aspects operate in harmony and balance, goals become easier to reach. Chinese people think jade prayer beads can bless one away from tragedy. Their purpose may vary, but commonly the beads are used to enhance 'goodness' and diminish toxins. Driving away evil and filling you and all beings with peace and bliss.
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