So for those of you who, like me, have been feeling really energetically out of sorts as of late, you’ll be happy to know that the energy around this weekend is very grounding and stabilizing.
With its red, earthy color, Red Jasper can be used to stimulate the Root Chakra as well as help one connect more deeply and strongly to Earth’s vibrations and grounding energy. Taken from HealingCrystals.com, Red Jasper is a gentle stone that works slowly but surely, and is a good stone to ground anyone who is overly sensitive to crystalline energy. Tumbled Red Jasper aids in resolving difficult situations and can be used to ground and stabilize the Aura. Using Jasper can bring helpful insights into view that can help one to progress toward set goals, or to understand why a change may be necessary.
What I would invite is if you have any big or major decisions that need to be dealt with over the next few days, sit with Red Jasper to enter into that quiet space first where bias and need and stress are no longer present. In that stillness, you’ll be able to tap into the wisdom being provided to you by your guides and spirit team and intuition.
Whatever happens as a result, know that the thoughts and actions generated from it will ripple out, similar to today’s card where we see the expanding yellow rings from a larger, brighter source that is only incompletely portrayed here. That energy will continue to expand and grow to bring about whatever you have asked for, or, whatever is in your highest good – note that the two aren’t always mutually exclusive. Either way, the time spent in formulating a decision to whatever you are working on is time well spent, as you will not have to deal with second guessing or regret if you enter into something big without enough contemplation.
So take your time this weekend. There’s no rush – what’s holding off on a decision for five minutes? An hour? A day? A week? Gather your information, become knowledgeable in whatever you’re dealing with, and then make your decision(s) when you’re as grounded and centered as possible. Know that there is no wrong that you can do.