Metaphysical Properties Of Coffee Mocha Jasper
Chakras: Root Chakra
Typical Colors: Brown, Cream
Metaphysical Properties: Protection, Grounding, Past Life Healing
Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Spiritual Benefits of Coffee Mocha Jasper
Mocha Stone is an all-around protecting and grounding stone. Suitable for general non-specific aches and pains. It is a sustaining stone and can help when extended periods of hospitalization are necessary. Mocha Stone is also an excellent stone to work with if you try to cut down or give up smoking.
Mocha Stone helps to keep us "down to Earth." It can help reduce stress, fear, panic, and anger, and in their place, it can help promote peace, tranquillity, and calmness. Mocha Stone helps provide us with the perseverance we need if we face challenging life situations. It is also a beneficial stone to keep at hand when we need to exercise tactfulness, understanding, and truthfulness. It helps us speak with inner strength, quietly and calmly, and express our truth from the heart.
Mocha Stone can help those who are involved in past life healing. It is also a stone connected to the Earth and can bring us a much better understanding of the ecological issues facing our planet.
Coffee Mocha Jasper is a form of brown Jasper.
These stones are a brown and cream Jasper characterized by their artful banding.
Brown Jasper is connected to the Earth and encourages a deep ecological awareness. It brings stability and balance and is particularly grounding as a worry stone or for dissolving a sudden rush of fear, anger, or panic. Jasper is believed to have properties of protection and shielding against negative energies. It's also connected to feelings of rest and relaxation and has been enjoyed for many generations to calm and soothe the nerves.
In ancient times this stone was known to the Egyptians as Brown Jasper or Egyptian Marble.
The ancient Egyptians often cut and shaped to make good luck talismans, amulets, bracelets, and even jewelry.
As the stone is relatively widespread and found in many countries globally, the early Native Americans used it in much the same way and carved items from this stone.
Today, because of its coloring and markings, which resemble coffee and milk or coffee being stirred in a cup, it is frequently known as Mocha Stone.
Native Americans and other indigenous societies carved it into arrowheads for luck and protection.
It is connected to the Earth and encourages a deep ecological awareness.