Dragons Blood Jasper
Found only in Australia, local legend believes it to be the remains of Dragons with the green representing the skin and the red representing the blood. This Jasper brings out the inner dragon in all of us! On one side, it fiercely emboldens courage, resolve, determination and practicality, while the other side of our inner dragon is nudged gently, to offer love, forgiveness, and compassion to others. It is a Heart Chakra Stone that represents love and passion. It is a great stone for those facing an illness as it promotes inner strength and willpower and an energetic boost of vitality to help one’s recovery.
Tigers Eye has a powerful energy that combines the grounding qualities of earth with the uplifting vitality of the sun putting us in a grounded, high vibrational state. A stone of balance, it works to align our lower Chakras stimulating the flow of Kundalini. Additionally balancing our Yin Yang and emotional energies. Tigers Eye is a protective stone used as a talisman since ancient times to ward off evil and negativity. It instills the courage we need to recognize what strengths and talents we already possess, along with areas of ourselves that need improvement. Increasing self-worth and self-esteem, Tigers Eye promotes creativity and clarity to resolve our internal conflicts enabling us to proceed with our highest intentions as the best version of ourselves.
Hematite is extremely effective at keeping us grounded. When emotions run high or the stress of everyday life has you at your breaking point, use Hematite to balance these emotions and keep you grounded and focused on your goals. Hematite is a protective stone that eliminates negativity from our aura restoring harmony and balance. Hematite also stimulates our ability to concentrate and focus, enhancing our memory and organizing our thoughts. Promoting balance and harmony, Hematite helps us come to terms with our past mistakes and regrets. It persuades us to see them not as disasters, but as learning experiences and opportunities for growth.
Buddha is the term commonly used to refer to Siddhartha Gautama, the man whose path to enlightenment created what is generally referred to as Buddhism. The literal meaning of Buddha "awakened" or "on who has become aware". In Buddhism a Buddha is any being that has become fully enlightened having overcome all emotional states such as anger, jealousy, greed and ignorance. Once one is liberated from the endless cycle of birth, suffering and death they are said to achieve Nirvana.