Worry stones are smooth polished gemstones that are typically oval shaped and feature an area of indentation for your thumb. They are relaxing in that rubbing the smooth surface of the stone triggers a form of reflexology or nerve pressure. When pressure is applied to the stone, the nerves within your thumb activate natural endorphins, bringng about a state of calm relaxation. A great gift for all ages - carry one in your pocket as a touchstone of calm when you need it.
Many people prefer to choose a gemstone for its meaning while others choose based on the stone's color. We offer eight different stones, each with a different meaning:
Quartz Crystal - Clear - Stone of power Brecciated Jasper - Dark Red - Remembers dreams Sodalite - Blue and White - Helps to achieve goals Rose Quartzz - Pink - Promotes love Amethyst - Light Purple - The healing stone Serpentine - Light Green - The meditative stone Rainbow Flourite - Green/Purple/Blue - Stone of protection Blue Goldstone - Dark Blue with Sparkles - Brings luck
Each stone comes with a gift card that reads: Side One:Worry stones are smooth polished gemstones usually in the shape of an oval with a thumb-sized indentation. They originated in ancient Greece. Held between the index finger and thumb, rubbing the is believe to lessen one's worries. This action can create calmness and reduce stress. Side Two: The meanings of the various stone colors.
Sue's Thoughts: When my children were little (many years ago), one of our favorite books to read was "The Worry Stone" by Marianna Dengler. It told the story of how different lives intersected through the meaning of the worry stone. These beautiful cool stones are appealing to everyone, and especially children. School somehow seems easier knowing you've got a worry stone in your pocket that you can touch whenever you feel afraid or worried. While children are usually drawn to the stones by color, adults seem to prefer a stone that speaks to a specific need. I just love the smooth, cool feel of the stone and keep one nearby. It's a great meditation starter. Who's Sue?