Properties: Zebra Stone, with black stripes to match it’s name sake animal, Zebra stone is one of the best stones for used for balancing the yin energy and yang energy. Its equilbrium creating abilities are attributed to its mineral make-up and how it is distributed evenly over the stone’s surface. When polished, its true divisions really show. It is a grounding stone and therefore, is a great aura protector. It has the ability to help us see beyond the (dis)illusions set before us and realize the potential within ourselves and not depend on the visual cues around us. It helps us to trust ourselves and find the justice and fairness in all things. Zebra stone is used to ignite the determination to overcome apathy and motivating us to put our ideas into action. Energetically Zebra Stone protects our aura, helps us to see both sides of a situation, gives us courage and stamina to be our true selves. Considered the anti-apathy stone, Zebra Jasper allows you to stay positive and remain optimistic, despite the issues and stressful triggers in our lives. It will encourage you to dare to dream and turn those dreams into reality.

Folk Remedies: In Australia, zebra stone, found with its reddish-brown and white-banded sedimentary rock, is often used overcoming depression and anxiety, due to its hypnotizing stripes. The black and white Brazilian or India jasper helps with kidney/bladder problems; improves skin, bones and teeth and alleviates muscle spasms.

Feng Shui: Use zebra stone in areas of your home (and bagua) in the Helpful People/Travel area and the Child/Creativity areas.

Crystal Cleansing: Use methods 1 – 8 for this stone.

History: “Zebra stone” Zebra Rock, Zebra Marble, Zebra Jasper are all names for varied two colored stones found in different parts of the world. People often use common generic names that have no bearing or scientific description in relation to this rock category. (Lithology) These names are used for marketing purposes and more recently being trademarked to create exclusivity. There are names such as okapi stone, ribbonstone, astronomite, or pudding stone used to describe zebra stone, especially in Australia. The Australian zebra stones and print stones are poorly silicified siltstones that have had little if any metamorphism (natural thermal heating) and are very porous. The other stones are heavily metamorphosed and became Jaspers rather than siltstones, which they mostly likely were at the time they were deposited. Brazilian Jasper that is black and white is usually what’s referred to as zebra stone.

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