Love, com­pas­sion, kind­ness, ten­der­ness

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Colour: Rosy pink Born in: Mada­gas­car Chakra: Heart Care: Fades in direct sun­light

The clas­sic love crys­tal, Rose Quartz is leg­endary for its abil­ity to heal heart­break, at­tract new love, and open hearts to new lev­els of for­give­ness. Don’t be fooled into think­ing it’s light­weight by its can­dypink hue, as Rose Quartz is one of the most nur­tur­ing crys­tals in the crys­tal king­dom.

All of life’s many forms of love – ro­man­tic, fam­ily, self-love, univer­sal – are strength­ened by pow­er­ful Rose Quartz. The crys­tal of Venus, god­dess of love and beauty, try adding Rose Quartz pieces to your bath to trans­form bathing into a love-filled, heal­ing rit­ual. When feel­ing emo­tion­ally low, place a Rose Quartz on your chest and vi­su­alise a gen­tle pink light fill­ing your heart space, lift­ing all heav­i­ness away. One of my Es­sen­tial Rock­stars, I’ve yet to en­counter a per­son who couldn’t ben­e­fit from adding some Rose Quartz magic into their life. This is a won­der­ful crys­tal to keep in any and all rooms of the house – the more Rose Quartz in your life, the love­lier!

NOTE: Rose Quartz is al­most al­ways found as large spec­i­mens with no crys­tal edges, which are bro­ken down into a huge va­ri­ety of raw and pol­ished shapes. Rose Quartz as crys­tallised clus­ters are very rare, ex­pen­sive and small, so if you see one sold rel­a­tively cheaply it’s most likely dyed Quartz or Cal­cite – pretty, but not ac­tu­ally Rose Quartz!

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