Jade, Nephrite Tumblestone Pendant
Courage, Expression, Nurture
Chakra: Third Eye, Solar Plexus, Heart
Birthstone: Cancer, Libra
Hardness: 6 - 6.5
Colour: Pale to dark green
Nephrite Jade comes in various shades of green often with creamy-beige tinge
Its translucent to opaque and often mottled.
Metaphysical & Healing Properties
It is believed that Nephrite Jade can bring one protection, good fortune and health it is a stone of prosperity and abundance.
The stone represents journeys through one’s life in a physical, emotional, mental and spiritual, sense.
It symbolizes purity and can cleanse ones auric field of impurities and negative energies.
Nephrite Jades energies are grounding making one feel stable and secure especially in more difficult situations.
The stone is known to promote calmness and peacefulness, it can stimulate imagination and creativity.
It can enhance ones psychic abilities and strengthen the connection one has with the spiritual realms, enabling stronger interaction with spirit guides.
Nephrite Jade is considered to be a protective stone, it can offer psychic and physical protection against accidents and illness.
It is often used in dream work as it can help with lucid dreaming and help with spiritual learning through dreaming.
The stones energies are helpful in re-vitalizing and protecting one’s body, it can help to strengthen the immune system and regulate imbalances.
Jade has been used by our ancestors since the dawn of human civilization, there is evidence that it was mined in China since the Stone Age
In prehistoric locations Jade artifact found consist of simple jewellery and ornaments as well as tools and weapons.
Jade is considered to be the most significant and meaningful material in the Chinese culture, it was used as far back as 9,000 years ago it was used for carvings, decorations, ceremonies furnishings and jewellery.
By 3,000 BC Jade became known as “the royal gem” as it was believed it reflected the same values as the Emperor; Benevolence, Honesty, Wisdom, Integrity and Bravery.
The most wealthy and influential members of society would be buried in jade suits, made from thousands of solid plates of jade and pounds of gold or copper wire, took years to make and were as costly as a castle.
The Chinese prized this gem so much that many wars in the ancient kingdom were started over this precious material.
Crystal properties are listed for information purposes only and are not intended to replace medical advice. Always consult a physician for proper medical treatment.