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The meaning of your Pi stones
Pi stones date back to the Incas and are symbolic of our luminous bodies and the energetic universe. It is a circular stone (also referred to as a donut stone) with a hole in the middle, symbolizing the circular path the sun follows in the sky. The hole in the middle represents the eternally fixed Polar Star and the principle of absolute oneness. The represent the serpent of light swallowing its own tail, constantly creating itself and forming a circle, symbolizing the eternal unity of all things -- the cycle of life, death, and rebirth.
Turquoise: A symbol of the blue of the sea and of the sky. Infinity in the ocean speaks of the depth of the soul; infinity in the sky speaks of the limitless heights of ascension. The stone is opaque as the earth, yet it lifts the spirit high, giving us wisdom of both earth and sky. It is old, yet young. The turquoise ahs the capacity to absorb negative feelings that would have come to the wearer. Its color changes when the wearer is ill, or when something unpleasant is about to happen. Sometimes it cracks in the service of protection and sacrifice. The stone carries a strong healing vibration which is magnified by its high copper content, and is known as the "master healer." In addition to being a wonderful healing and cleansing stone, it also provides protection. It's also a grounding stone which provides strength and protection during meditation; it brings peace of mind and wisdom. Turquoise brings clarity, balances male and female energies, induces wisdom and understanding, and increases your psychic powers. It is a good absorber of negativity.
Jasper: A sacred and magical stone, helping us share with others and acknowledge that we are not alone. Aids stamina and enables us to endure energy-draining situations. Promotes general health and was worn by healers in ancient times. Good for the digestive system, in particular the stomach, and stimulates circulation. Said to provide protection and have a calming effect, giving stability and security. It is also said to balance one's physical, emotional, and intellectual states. Jaspers are considered the patron stone to counselors and therapists. It is also thought to be important to women during childbirth: holding a piece in the hand during childbirth is said to help relieve pain and guard the mother and child. Jasper bring joy into life. Red Jasper: A useful stone for self-healing, providing a consistent flow of beneficial energies that help one to embody wholeness. Offers grounding and strength and is recommended for those who wish to be in union with the earth. Regulates metabolic energy and promotes stamina. Has the ability to send negative energy back to the sender.
Fancy Agate: Agate deals with balance, precision, perception, and helps eliminate negativity. It also helps to balance the Yin/Yang energy. It can be used to stimulate analytical capabilities and precision while also increasing perceptiveness to situations. Awakens our inherent talents and can be used to produce inspiration from and connectedness with the entities in the spiritual world. Said to strengthen sight, diminish thirst, and promote marital fidelity. The "protection stone," it protects from stress and bad dreams and is said to protect children from danger. Enables the wearer to distinguish between false friends and true ones. Brings prosperity and creates an appreciation of nature.
Jet: Alleviates and brings grief to the surface to be healed. Has very powerful protection energies to ward off evil, negativity, and psychic attacks. Also helpful in stabilizing finances. A highly protective stone, it has a feminine energy and is good for mourning and the healing of grief and depression. It also helps protect against illness, epilepsy, stomach pains, migraines, colds, and most glandular and lymphatic problems.
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