Jade is Stone of Heaven in China! In Chinese culture, “Gold has a value but jade is invaluable”…
Jade is Stone of Heaven in China! In Chinese culture, “Gold has a value but jade is invaluable.”
Jade is a wonderful balancing stone. It is considered to be a lucky stone that offers good health, wealth, and love. Jade can help you realise your full potential and attain purposeful goals.
Jade also helps lift stuffed-down emotional issues and bring them to light for resolution. Jade can be used as a dream enhancer by slipping a chunk of it under your pillow or inside your pillowcase while sleeping.
Jade is natural gemstone found in mountains or riverbeds. The colours of jade are green and white.
Jade is the extremely hard stone (6.5 to 7.0). It was a Royal Gemstone in China and Asia, used as the Emperor Seal in the Palace, as the totems and the Essence of Heaven and the Earth in eastern religion.
Jade has been the symbol of love and virtue for thousands of years. It was used for ritual utensil, funeral utensils, accessories, currency, weapons, diplomatic gifts, musical instruments (since the sound is pleasing to the ear and travels far) and food containers. It was not just a piece of jewellery, it was a part of one’s being — a gentleman would never discard his jade ornaments in Chinese culture.
Confucius even concluded jade had many virtues, namely benevolence, fidelity, courtesy, etiquette, wisdom and sincerity, etc. Yu means jade and Di means king in Chinese, then Yu-Di means the King of Heaven.
Jade is a dream and good luck stone. Wear jade to get things to work for you practically. It will stimulate your wisdom and help achieve the desired goals.
In prehistoric times, jade was used in all parts of the world for arms and instruments because of its exceptional toughness. For over 2,000 years, jade was part of religion in China, and mystical and cult figures were traditionally cut from it.
**Medical Disclaimer** All Above mentioned Descriptions are according to Indian & Chinese Mythology & the seller takes no Responsibility whatsoever for any claim made in the Descriptions. Healing benefits of stones should not be intended as a substitute for advice from your physician or other healthcare professional.