Using Rose Quartz For Attracting Healing & Love

January 20, 2021
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Using Rose Quartz For Attracting Healing & Love

Looking for love? Keep Rose Quartz close!

Rose Quartz is well known for being pretty in pink. It’s a relatively common stone, which could make it easy to overlook when stocking your crystal collection. It’s easy for the eye to wander to more exotic or unusual options! But Rose Quartz is powerful, making it the perfect addition to home decor, office desk, or meditation nook.

Rose Quartz is a pink sister stone to the common yet powerful Clear Quartz with shades varying from soft and pale to bright and vibrant. It can be found all over the world including Madagascar, Brazil, India, and the United States.

Mythical Beginnings

Used as a love token as early as 600 BC, Rose Quartz is associated with attracting love and beauty with legends dating back to Ancient Greece and Egypt. According to Greek legend, Rose Quartz came about in a rather tragic fashion. Ares, the god of war, was jealous and desired to kill Aphrodite’s lover Adonis. He attacked Adonis in the form of a boar. While Aphrodite was trying to save Adonis, she cut herself on a briar bush. Her blood covered a Quartz crystal and stained the stone pink.

Rose Quartz Applications

A stone of the Heart Chakra, Rose Quartz opens your heart center and allows energy to flow, releasing negative emotions and promoting inner peace. In this higher vibrational state, the love energy flows and allows you to set intentions around love and attracting a partner. Beyond creating a deeper connection between you and your romantic partner, Rose Quartz is also good for cultivating other relationships such as friendships and self-love.

You can find Rose Quartz in a variety of modalities from tumbled stones to jewelry to candle holders. Display it somewhere you see regularly to connect to its energy and allow love to flow.

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This article is for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. These statements have not been evaluated by the Federal Food & Drug Administration. These information and products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.