Yellow Jade is energetic and stimulating, yet mellow. It brings joy and happiness. Teaches the interconnectedness of all beings. Yellow Jade aids the digestive and elimination systems of the body.
Yellow JADE are also known as Nephrite. Jade gems have a long history and meaning, especially in China. Nephrite artifacts have been found that date back as far as 7,000 years ago in China. Nephrite is known as "The Stone of Heaven" and has a religious and cultural place in China.
Jade, pronounced "yu" in Chinese, means "the most beautiful stone." It was a royal gem in the early dynasties of Ancient China. It was part of cultural, religious and commercial use. Although not as prestigious in the West, jade was held in high regard over other precious metals such as gold and silver. The Chinese had a proverb that said: "gold is estimable, jade is priceless." Chinese dignitaries were buried in ceremonial suits made of pieces of jade. Nephrite jade was most popular during the Ming Dynasty for making jewelry and figures for Ming tombs.
All Jade has many symbolic meanings in society today. It can indicate wisdom from tranquility, it keeps harm away from the those who posses it, it attracts good luck and enables self sufficiency. It helps with releasing emotions and is considered a "dream stone".
Yellow jade has the meaning of energy yet quite thoughtfulness. It brings happiness and joy, and teaches the connection between all living beings.
In China, yellow jade symbolizes wealth, good fortune, friendship, and loyalty.
Yellow jade works on Solar plexus Chakra
The mala has 108+1 beads
Size of beads is 7 mm
Mala has been made in traditional hindu style with knots between the beads.