Sweet Maligano heart cabochon. Wonderful base of grey with highlights of black and peach. This one appears like a tree on a cliff at dusk. Measures 32.9 mm x 30.4 mm Weighs in at 52.1 carats. Very calm relaxing stone.
Maligano Jasper is a unique brecciated jasper from indonesia. The patterns of this jasper are highly variable with islands of jasper floating in rivers of agate. The colors range from yellow, gray, red and orange. Dendritic flowering patterns are common in this material.
The mottled colors and patterns instantly draw one in, relaxing the body and mind.
It is quite soothing in its energy. Very mellow, very laid back. As you work with Indonesian Jasper, you will find that your own energy will mellow out as well.
Most darker Jaspers are about grounding, planting your feet into the earth. This Jasper is more correctly used in finding your center, thereby finding balance within the body and without.
For those who may be rigid in their beliefs, Indonesian Jasper can help to loosen the bonds of black and white thinking to open up to the color in the middle. To allow for more possibilities and perceptions.
Often times, we are locked into patterns created long, long ago without even realizing it. This Jasper can aid you in recognizing these patterns, determining if they are helpful or harmful, and taking action to release or retain, and move on to creating new and/or more healthy patterns.
Indonesian Jasper is very helpful when working within a group to achieve a common goal. It carries a very distinct energy of teamwork, not individual ego (which can often ruin the dynamic of a group).
This Jasper will help you to set up a sturdy/firm foundation for any new project of idea. It will help you to see alternatives and possibilities while also allowing to understand any set back or hiccups along the way. You will be able to handle each, both positive and negative, with poise and grace.
This is such an even keeled and smooth energy that it can help even the most hyperactive and/or uncooperative to “Slow down and smell the roses”.