Rejuvenating Coral Blue Imperial Jasper Healing Mala With Buddha Charm
** Ananta Stones Exclusive – Not Sold In Stores **
Keep yourself protected from negative energy!
Say it with me, "I release all my negative energy."
Jasper is a vibrant stone known for its powerful healing properties. Its unique marks, specs, and patterns vary with each stone. It comes in different varieties, like the Ocean Jasper, Aqua Terra Jasper, and Imperial Jasper stones. This Rejuvenating Coral Blue Imperial Jasper Healing Mala represents the flowing and adaptable characteristics of the ocean.
This Coral Blue Imperial Jasper stone is excellent for someone searching for spiritual healing, emotional and physical rejuvenation, and mental clarity. Its colors and unique features resemble the ocean and its waves. Wear this mala as a necklace or a wrap bracelet and become connected with nature on a deeper level.
The Coral Blue Imperial Jasper stone benefits those with an emotional and physical burden that they can't let go of. Use this stone to help you release and let go of that burden. Like bathing in the clear blue waters of the ocean, let it wash away and dissolve all your worries, frustrations, stress, and negative energies. Feel rejuvenated as you bid farewell to the negative energies that are binding you and feel refreshed with a healthier energy illuminating from deep inside you.
As a rejuvenating s stone, Jasper helps open the mind. It helps to expand your creative energies allowing you to see clearer, without the prejudices that clouded your vision before. Making way to greater realizations, discovery and environmental awareness.
Rejuvenate your soul and give this gift of healing to yourself and someone who needs it.
About the Item:
Product Type: 108 Mala Beads with Buddha Charm
Beads Material: Coral Blue Jasper
Beads Size: 6 mm
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