Gratitude stones remind us of the things we are grateful for, and allow us to send positive energy back into the universe. Often, when we pause to consider an invisible, intangible, difficult to describe emotion or idea, such as gratitude, it helps if we can assign a physical object to that feeling. Gratitude stones are hand-carved or natural stones that we can give the name “Gratitude” as a reminder to keep happiness, tranquility, and gratitude in our lives.
Focusing on something in your life that you are grateful for is believed to help lift one’s emotional state, and may ease depression. To begin, hold this stone and think of three things you are grateful for each day. Doing this repeatedly will focus your thoughts and energy on the good things in your life allowing you to cultivate your practice in gratitude. It may also help you find more compassion and empathy towards others.
Often these stones are displayed throughout a home, workplace, or another space, where they serve as a visual reminder to keep gratitude in one’s life, and the healing energies of stones amplify positive energy. Gratitude stones are nice to hold and feel; when rubbed, gratitude stones may provide guidance, patience, and understanding. Gratitude stones may also be used to assist the transition into a meditative state, as the stone provides the hands something to do so that the mind is free to settle and be still. One may also wear or carry gratitude stones for enjoyment and good fortune.
Unakite Jasper is a great stone for lasting love, compassion and kindness. It encourages patience and persistence, particularly when quitting a bad habit. Unakite also promotes harmonious relationships, both in love and in business, and assists in releasing deep seated emotions in a gentle way.
- Dimensions: 50 mm x 28 mm x 8 mm
- Genuine stone
- This item includes an information card about the stone
- A certificate of authenticity is included with this item
*Gratitude stones are made out of authentic stones, and no two are exactly alike. The item you receive may have slight variations from the one photographed. The third image shows possible variations.