Guatemalan Jadeite Jade Egg

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Guatemalan Jadeite Jade Egg


Guatemalan Jadeite, Medium 

Size: Medium

Has a Drilled Hole for Threading

Color varies from pale green to almost white.

Also known as Yax Tun, or green stone in Maya, Jadeite is another form of Jade that's been revered for it's healing power for centuries. The word Jade denotes two stones: Jadeite and Nephrite. Both forms of Jade are ideal for this practice due to their molecular structure and density. Both jadeite and nephrite are suitable for internal use. 

This particular Guatemalan Jade is light, light green, and sometimes even white. The patterns and colors do vary, as pictured. 


4 Reasons to Choose Jade for your practice:

1. Density: they're heavy but small which makes them the ideal stone for these healing pelvic floor exercises.

2. Purity: our stones are not chemically treated or dyed. They are 100 % genuine Jadeite mined in Guatemala and GIA certified for authenticity.

3. Strength: nephrite jade is tough. It's tougher than steel which means you can't scratch it with a knife. If you drop it (you might) it won't break.

4. Tradition: Jade is revered in the East for it's beneficial properties and is the stone of choice by Taoist tradition. 


Personally Blessed With Healing Energy

Before I took my work online, I facilitated womb healing, massage, energy work sessions in person.

Blessing each stone is my new way of continuing to facilitate this work, on a new level.


Healing Properties of Jade:

"Jade is a symbol of purity and serenity. Prized in the East, it signifies wisdom gathered in tranquility. Jade is associated with the heart chakra and increases love and nurturing. It is a protective stone, which keeps the wearer from harm and brings harmony. It is believed to attract good luck and friendship. Psychologically, Jade stabilizes the personality and integrates the mind with the body. It promotes self-sufficiency.

Mentally, Jade releases negative thoughts and soothes the mind. It stimulates ideas and makes tasks seems less complex so that they can be acted upon immediately. Emotionally, Jade is a 'dream stone.' Placed on the forehead, it brings insightful dreams. It aids emotional release, especially of irritability. Spiritually, Jade encourages you to become who you really are. It assists in recognizing yourself as a spiritual being on a human journey and awakens hidden knowledge. Physically, Jade is a cleansing stone, aiding the body's filtration and elimination organs. It is the stone par excellence for the kidneys." Source: The Crystal Bible, Judy Hall


Q: Should I buy an egg with or without a drilled hole?

If you want to eventually move into lifting weights with your jade, order an egg with a drilled hole. If you're afraid your egg might get stuck (it won't) you can thread it for easy removal using organic or silk string.

Just because your egg has a hole does not mean you have to thread it. You can learn to cultivate deep trust in your body with an egg whether it's drilled or not.

Q: Which stone should I start with?

Jade is the traditional stone for this practice, not only because of it's energetic properties, but also because of it's density + weight. Because it's heavy for it's size it's ideal for toning + strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor.

Listen here to learn why Jade is the traditional stone and how I use Jade + Obsidian differently: Jade vs. Obsidian

Get your FREE e-book: How to Start a Jade Practice.

Q: What's the difference between Nephrite Jade + Guatemalan Jadeite?

The word Jade denotes two stones: Jadeite and Nephrite. Both forms of Jade are ideal for this practice due to their molecular structure and density. Both jadeite and nephrite are suitable (and ideal) for internal use. Our jadeite is sourced from Guatemala and has a slightly harder structure than our Nephrite which is sourced from British Columbia. Use your intuition when choosing. 


Womb Love +  Bliss,

Jillian Xx



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