Crystal of the Week: Jade

Jade, also known as the Dream Stone, is a mixture of Sephrite and Jadenite, which are minerals. It’s said that it blesses whatever it touches and was valued in Ancient China for its beauty and power of healing and protection.

Traditionally, it was used to guard against illnesses and as a way to access the spiritual world, gain insight into ritualistic knowledge and encourages creativity and dream-solving. It was also worn as a protective talisman, assuring long life and peaceful death and was considered a powerful healing stone.

As an amulet of good luck and friendship, Jade signifies wisdom gathered in tranquility, dispelling the negative energies and encouraging to see oneself as they are. It’s also well known for its medicinal properties of curing calculus stones and disorders of the kidneys or bladder.

As a travel stone, it prevents illness while on a holiday, traveling alone, and protects children and pets from staying or being hurt while on a journey. It’s great for hiking, gardening, or relaxing out doors.

It’s a stone of calm in the midst of storm, it balances the nerves and soothes cardiac rhythm. Jade is often used to temper the shock or fear of the very young or old being cared for in the hospital or away from home and family. It heals feelings of guilt and extreme cases of defeatism.

As an abundance stone, it represents the flow of Divine energy into the reality of one’s life. Jade brings harmony and happiness in business and family relationships as well as material abundance.

As a professional support stone, it aids doctor, nurses, veterinarians and all healers in making practical diagnosis in their applications. It’s a support stone for educators and carved in the form of a faith symbol is uplifting to military personnel.  Jade balances the heart chakra, aiding in both emotional and physical well-being.

Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Purposes

On a physical level, Jade is a powerful cleansing stone, it enhances the body’s filtration and elimination organs. It is often used for treating the kidneys, spleen and supra-adrenal glands and can be used to remove toxins and balance the fluids as well as the water-salt/acid-alkaline rations in the body.

It’s helpful to heal the bones and joins as well as the hips and it is used for treating bacterial and viral infections, cystitis, genitourinary infections, and bed wetting.

Jade is used as a restorative, allowing both the cellular and skeletal system to re-bind themselves and helps in the removal of pain that’s associated with the body’s healing of itself.

It can also help stitches to bind and heal properly and has been used to diminish cramps. It’s also helpful in healing after plastic or reconstructive surgery and also treats reconstructive surgery. Jade also treats reproductive disorders and help during childbirth and help teenage girls with anorexia and mothers who are scared of not knowing how to parent their child.

On an emotional level, Jade releases negative thoughts and irritability and soothing the mind. It stabilizes personality, integrating the mind with the body, stimulates ideas and makes tasks less complex and easier to act upon.

When it’s paced on the forehead, it bring insightful dreams, helps to remember dreams, releases suppressed emotions throughout the dream process. It relinquishes self-imposed limitations and assists in cherishing one’s ideals and desires, facilitating the ambition and building of those thoughts into the physical reality and provides confidence and self-assuredness, self-reliance, and self-sufficiency.

Jade is supportive for new love and increases trustworthiness and fidelity and also inspires love in later life. This stone signifies peace through strength, it’s helpful in homes or occupations that encounter bullying or intimidation from violent children or teenagers. As a pendant, it protects against deception and authoritative abuse for financial and sexual gain.

Disclaimer: Crystal of the Week are a spiritual support to healing and are not prescription or healthcare information.

Source: Crystal of the Week: Jade

By GrannyMoon Posted in Pagan

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