Network Pattern Jasper Crystal Skull
Network Jasper Crystal Skull
Size: 50x34x40 mm
Ancient cultures carved crystals into the shape of a human skull to increase their power to affect healing and human consciousness on all levels. Crystal skulls are empowered by the natural healing properties inherent within different stones, which resonate at different frequencies of healing and consciousness.
Crystal skulls can be programmed and directed by desired intention for supporting the healing of oneself and others. One can work with specific stones for assistance with specific conditions, or one can work with an all-purpose crystal skull carved of clear quartz crystal.
KEY WORDS Grounding mental energies; discipline and perseverance; slow, steady healing
PHYSICAL Aids in overcoming insomnia and other sleep disorders, supports general health
EMOTIONAL Helps calm fear or worry caused by overactive mental energies
SPIRITUAL Helps to ground and organize the mind, aids in solving problems
JASPER is a microcrystalline variety of Quartz, a silicon dioxide mineral with a hexagonal crystal system and a hardness of 6.5 to 7. The name Jasper is derived from a Greek word meaning “spotted stone.” Jaspers can include up to 20% foreign materials, which account for its wide variety of colours and patterns. Fancy Jasper exhibits a wide variety of colours.
Jasper performs the task of helping one attend to the mundane details of life with efficiency and good humour. It grounds one firmly in the body and focuses the mental energies on dealing with whatever issues and duties are most significant at the time. It helps prevent procrastination and assists one in making coherent plans. It encourages one’s outlook on life by cutting difficulties and fears down to size. Jasper is a stone that helps one to “just deal with it,” whatever “it” may be. It is also a good, slow healing stone. It works gradually but thoroughly to assist one in eliminating chronic problems in the body and the psyche. It resonates with all the chakras, not dramatically, but in a wholesome way that ultimately brings balance.
Source: The Pocket Book Of Stones by Robert Simmons