Stromatolite | Kambaba jasper pyramids ~ transformation, emotional healing, past life recall & purpose (3)
Stromatolite | Kambaba jasper pyramids ~ transformation, emotional healing, past life recall & purpose (3)
Stromatolite | Kambaba jasper pyramids ~ transformation, emotional healing, past life recall & purpose (3)
Stromatolite | Kambaba jasper pyramids ~ transformation, emotional healing, past life recall & purpose (3)
Stromatolite | Kambaba jasper pyramids ~ transformation, emotional healing, past life recall & purpose (3)

Stromatolite | Kambaba jasper pyramids ~ transformation, emotional healing, past life recall & purpose (3)

Regular price R 440.00 Sale

Indicative measurements: 473 grams weight, 4 sided, XL pyramid, each side 8.6cm at the base and 5.1cm’s height.
Stromatolite, also known as Kambaba jasper, is a stone of transformation assisting healing at an emotional level. Stromatolite gently removes blockages within the meridians and chakras. 
The frequency of Stromatolite connects to the base and heart chakras. It cleanses the chakras, allowing for an increased energy flow. Stromatolite’s connects to the base chakra, enabling you to feel safe and secure.

The energy of Stromatolite helps you understand the purpose of life’s lessons and to see how these lessons assist your personal growth. 

It helps you accept others for who they are and to go with the flow, to live your life with an openness so that you can move forward, unrestrained by past negativity.

Meditating with Stromatolite assists with past life recall and accessing billions of years of earth wisdom. Stromatolite teaches the purpose of life on Earth and our part in it.

Stromatolites are formed by blue-green algae up to 3.5 billion years ago, Stromatolites are the oldest microfossil. They are fascinating microfossils formed by photosynthesising cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) between 2 and 3.5 billion years ago.

Cyanobacteria are among the oldest forms of life on Earth and formed colonies that built up in a similar way to coral reefs. These colonies have fossilised and become part of sedimentary rock, creating the beautiful patterns seen in stromatolite rock.