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Picasso Jasper pendant – Donut 30mm

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€19.99 EUR
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Named after the famous abstract art painter Pablo Picasso, the stone is reminiscent of a creation painted by human hands rather than nature. Although it is one of the marble types, the mineral is often called Picasso Jasper. Until now is found in only one place in the world - Utah, USA.

By stimulating the crown chakra, the Picasso Stone will give you a better understanding of the lessons your soul needs to learn and help you connect with higher forces. It can come in handy in situations where things aren’t going the way you want them to. If you listen to your insides, you will realise that everything in this life has a reason.

It is a stone that helps to release stress and anxiety. It is believed that it creates a close connection with the solar plexus chakra, thus giving its host more joy and a more positive attitude. Therefore, the Picasso stone can be perfect for those who need a little motivation and impetus to move forward during a difficult time in life. It has been observed that the crystal provides creativity and awakens artistic abilities. People who do creative work every day should keep this type of marble close to them at all times. It will help you not run out of creative ideas and reach a crisis that will affect your work.

On top of all that, the Picasso Stone is believed to help you find friends who have similar interests. New dating is likely to escalate into romantic feelings as well. It can also bring you together with many you have lost contact with for a long time.

It has been observed that the crystal helps those who want to lose weight. It improves digestion and speeds up metabolism. The stone also treats eye diseases and protects against various infections.

Crystal: Jasper. 
Country of origin: Brazil and South Africa. 
Chemical composition: SiO2
Hardness based on Mohs scale: 6,5 - 7. 

Jasper wikipedia