Each day will brings you some light and some dark. The Say Yes to Yin Yang collection reminds of the the balance we need to keep.
A charm is a talisman to keep you grounded. This green jasper charm is a lovely statement to carry you though the day, or as a gift reminder to someone that you are with them through think can thin!
It is a large charm, measuring 5 inches.
Jaspers have been revered by ancient peoples and civilizations throughout the world as sacred and powerful stones of protection,. Jaspers are for both the physical and spiritual realm. They were known as the “rain bringers” and nurturers, healers of the spirit and stones of courage and wisdom. The name can be traced back in Arabic, Persian, Hebrew, Assyrian, Greek and Latin, and the virtues of Jaspers have been extolled throughout the ages by the most noted physicians, magicians, poets, scientists, lapidaries and scholars.
To the ancient and medieval world, the most highly prized was Green Jasper, a rare, single-colored variety ranging from pale spring green to a deep tea or olive green. This charm is just that.
The term Jasper is currently restricted to opaque microcrystalline Quartz, though the ancient iaspis. Pure green jasper is a stone of considerable translucency, often compared to the Emerald and other green objects. The ancient Jaspers may have included stones which today would be classed as Chalcedony, and the emerald-like Jasper referenced in so many texts may have been more like the modern Chrysoprase. Translucent Green Jasper is rare today as a single color and often of high quality. This makes this charm a wonderful addition to your wardrobe.
The yin yang meaning and symbol date back to ancient China. It represents the belief that everything in the universe consists of two forces that are opposing but complementary.
The symbol of the yin yang, also known as the Taiqi symbol. It consists of a circle equally divided into black and white sections by a reverse S-like shape. Within the black section is a small circle of white. Within the white section is a small circle of black. Each of the individual aspects of the yin yang symbol has a significant meaning, as does the entire yin yang.