(We give a free printed paper with each stone purchased from us, describing the healing properties of the Tumble stone - Gemstone)

 

Kalahari Desert Jasper Tumbled Crystal

Symbolising: Earth, Connection and Grounding qualities.

 

Kalahari Picture stone is a form of picture Jasper. Its cream, tan and brown layering reflects the energies and landscapes of the Kalahari desert, and it is useful for grounding and connecting with the energies of the Earth and the elements of earth and air. This is a good choice for the Shaman, or natural healing practitioner, and for anyone who wishes to connect with the Earth’s spirit, Devas or elementals.

 

Tumble stones (Gemstones) are a part of many ancient cultures, often considered to be a talisman or symbol of good luck or fortune.

Different gems are said to have different properties, and for thousands of years, they have been made into rings, bracelets, amulets, brooches & pendants to capture their magic.

 

A popular theory is that gemstones contain vibrational energy. By placing gemstones within a person's aura, it is possible to change the vibrations of that aura.

 

Whatever your beliefs gemstones are attractive, interesting and fun to study and collect, and they certainly are beautiful.

 

The Tumble stones (gemstones) are approximately 20mm - 30mm per stone.

This is the most popular collectable size.

 

PLEASE NOTE:

WE DO NOT SHIP THIS ITEM

You have to collect it from our Natural Healing & Wellness center in Paphos, Cyprus

Find us on Google maps Click Here

Kalahari Desert Stone - Tumble stone (Gemstone) - Large size approx. 20mm - 30mm

SKU: 919
€3.50Price
  • WE DO NOT SHIP THIS ITEM

    You have to collect it from our Natural Healing & Wellness center in Paphos, Cyprus

    Find us on Google maps Click Here

Address: Shops 3, Tombs of the Kings road No.15, 8046, Paphos, Cyprus

Mobile: (00357) 99447312  (Also Whatsapp & Viber)     Email: naturalhealingwellnesscenter@gmail.com

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