Meaning and Uses of Dalmatian Stone
The Dalmatian gemstone appeals to the child within us all, healthy the courage and hopeful a sense of liveliness. It is mainly helpful for those who are more than usually analytical, returning some of the scholar carefulness back into the physical happiness of simply being. It has a grounding energy, sympathetic of family and faithfulness, and has a calming weight for children and animals.
Dalmatian Stone, incorrectly called Dalmatian Jasper, is pale gray, cream or beige-brown stone made of feldspar and quartz. With black or brown spots of iron oxide, tourmaline, or other mineral inclusions that look like the wool of a Dalmatian breed of dog. Known for its defensive and healing properties, this mineral's vibration energy is slow, though fairly effectual, and should be used long term.
Jaspers are very nurturing stones and work in a slight way to give slow and mild healing. They are also awfully shielding stones, protecting against depression and unhelpful thinking. In addition Jaspers are said to give confidence a determination to succeed and to see ideas through into action. They are therefore particularly useful stones for those starting up their own business.