Turquoise with Jasper Hamsa hand... Hamsa Hand is an ancient Middle Eastern amulet symbolizing the Hand of God. In all faiths it is a protective sign. It brings its owner happiness, luck, health, and good fortune.
Turquoise empowers men and women equally, and worn or carried, it is a talisman of luck, success, ambition & creativity. In the workplace, Turquoise promotes leadership, assists relocation or regular travel associated with career, and helps avoid unwise investments. It helps overcome writer’s block & is a stone of clear communication when giving information; an especially good amulet for those who work in the law, or for local or central government. As a healing stone, it is among the crystal healing masterstones. According to followers of the New Age, the healing powers of Turquoise can benefit the whole body, with special strengths in healing ailments of the immune, respiratory, waste and skeletal systems. In the world of crystal healing, Turquoise is supposed to be a stone of communication. New Age healers recommend the healing powers of Turquoise for people who have a fear of public speaking. They believe the healing powers of Turquoise have the ability to make a speaker more eloquent, loving, creative and honest. It liberates one from negative energies. It confers one with problem-solving abilities, creativity, and enhanced communication skills. As jewelry it is worn by men and women alike & considered a promise of fidelity and protectiveness to a lover or partner. It is a strengthening stone, good for exhaustion, depression, or panic attacks. It enhances physical & psychic immune systems, supporting the assimilation of nutrients, alleviating pollution and viral infections. It is anti-inflammatory & detoxifying, reducing excess acidity & benefiting gout, rheumatism, &the stomach.
Known as the “Supreme Nurturer,” Jasper is a stone of grounding and stability, providing comfort and security, strength and healing. Its presence balances the aura to a level of wholeness and peace, and acts as a reminder that one is not here on the physical plane simply for oneself, but to bring joy and substance to others.