Top 5 Uses for Jasper

Updated on February 22, 2020
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Jasper, known as earth stone, in its natural form.
Jasper, known as earth stone, in its natural form.

Earth Stone

Jasper is a beautiful stone formed from quartz that is usually red in color, but can also appear in other color varieties. It is found naturally all over the world and has been used for centuries in jewelry and protective amulets. As such, jasper has been known to be a nurturing, supportive, and protective stone.

1. Grounding Stone

Jasper is a great grounding stone and helps to bring balance. It gets rid of negative energies and has a cleansing effect on the body. In addition, jasper helps to balance the mind and body, working to heal both the mental and physical aspects of the self. It is most commonly used in chakra healing, and is a perfect grounding stone. The different types of jasper make it a great stone to benefit all chakras in chakra healing.

2. Strengthens Mental Health

Jasper is a great stone for helping deal with conflicts. It can help you to think logically about problems or issues and come up with practical solutions to solve them. This is a great stone to have around if you are working on a project, as it will aid in your organization and planning. Meditating with jasper can help you focus on what's really important and be true to yourself.

3. Healing Properties

Jasper is most commonly associated with the circulatory system in the body, as well as digestion and sexual organs. In chakra healing, you may use jasper to focus on these areas of the body and cleanse your body of impurities through crystal healing. In addition, there are many varieties of jasper that are associated with different parts of the body. This is why jasper is such a useful stone when practicing chakra meditation and healing.

Red Jasper is a useful stone, especially for conflicts and problem solving. It is a great stone to meditate with.
Red Jasper is a useful stone, especially for conflicts and problem solving. It is a great stone to meditate with.

4. Problem Solving with Red Jasper

As stated previously, jasper is a very versatile stone that can help you with a variety of issues and problems. Red jasper specifically is nicknamed the "worry stone" because of its power to aid and assist you in problem solving. If you are having a conflict with someone, this is a great stone to meditate with to help you see how the conflict can be easily resolved. Red Jasper also helps to calm the emotions when dealing with situations of intense emotional stress.

5. The Healing Properties of Yellow Jasper

Yellow Jasper is a great stone to use if you need to cleanse or detox. It stimulates the endocrine system, helping to get rid of toxins in the body. Yellow Jasper is also an energizing stone that will give positive energy to those who use it. In chakra healing, this stone is most commonly associated with the solar plexus chakra.

A Stone of Many Uses

Aside from its many general uses, jasper also has so many uses depending on the different varieties. Other than the two varieties listed above, there is also blue, brown, green, purple, black and Australian jasper. All of these different types have different purposes and uses for the body, and many people use the different colors to activate certain chakras during chakra healing. Blue jasper is associated with the spiritual world, focusing on the aura. Brown jasper connects with the earth and therefore deals with stability and grounding. Green jasper works to balance all areas of your life and is associated with the heart. Purple jasper is used for the crown chakra. Basanite, or black jasper can be used for scrying and visions. Australian jasper is mostly used for choosing your paths in life and considering all of your options.

As you can see, each one of these stones, along with the ones mentioned previously, have different functions. Jasper is a very versatile stone with so many different uses in crystal healing. With so many options, you will be able to find the right kind of jasper to help you in your journey of healing and meditation.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.


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