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Rose Quartz Gemstone Meaning

The meaning and history of Rose Quartz
Rose Quartz is a natural birthstone for those born between October 22nd - November 20th
Rose Quartz is the Zodiac stone for star sign Scorpio
Rose Quartz is the gemstone for the 5th anniversary month of marriage
Rose Quartz Meaning
Rose Quartz is the stone of the heart, with its gentle pink essence a crystal of unconditional love and infinite peace. It is the most important crystal for the heart and heart chakra as it carries a soft feminine energy of compassion and teaches the true essence of love. It purifies and opens the heart at all levels and brings deep inner healing and self-love. It is calming, reassuring and excellent for use in trauma or crisis.
Rose Quartz gently draws off negative energy and replaces it with loving vibes. It strengthens empathy and sensitivity and aids the acceptance of necessary change. It is an excellent stone for a midlife crisis. Holding Rose Quartz enhances positive affirmations. The stone can remind you of your intention. This beautiful stone promotes receptive beauty of all kinds. Rose Quartz circulates a divine loving energy throughout the entire aura and provides a deep sense of personal fulfillment and contentment to truly give and receive love from others
Attract Love
If you want to attract love, look no further than romantic Rose Quartz. It is so effective in drawing in love and relationships toward you that it often needs Amethyst to calm things down. In existing relationships, it will restore trust and harmony and encourage unconditional love
Rose quartz can attract love if placed under the bed or in the “love corner” the love corner is the utmost right corner in your house, as seen from the entrance door looking in. It will help you renew trust and harmony in your current relationships.
Rose Quartz handmade silver stacking rings
Rose Quartz is the finest healer. Releasing unexpressed emotions and heartache and transmuting emotional conditional that no longer serves, it soothes internalized pain and heals deprivation. If you have never received love, Rose Quartz opens your heart so that you become receptive. If you loved and lost, it comforts your grief. Rose Quartz teaches you how to love yourself, vital if you have thought yourself unlovable. You cannot accept love from others nor love them unless you love yourself. This stone encourages self-forgiveness and acceptance and invokes self-trust and self-worth.
Rose Quartz strengthens the physical heart and circulatory system and release impurities from body fluids. Placed on the thymus, Rose Quartz aids chest and lung problems. It heals the kidneys and adrenals and alleviates vertigo. Rose Quartz is said to increase fertility. The stone or elixir soothes burns and blistering and smooths the completion. It is helpful in Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and senile dementia.
History and Legends
Rose Quartz jewellery was known to be crafted by the Assyrians around 800-600 BC, The Assyrians and along with the Romans may have been the first people to have used the stone.
Rose Quartz beads dating back to 7000 BC have been found in Iraq once known as Mesopotamia.
During the ancient Egyptian civilization, Rose Quartz was thought to slow down the aging process, they believed rose quartz had magical powers as did the Ancient Romans, they used the stone for potent talismans. Facial masks have been discovered in Egyptian tombs, as they thought it would clear the complexion and wrinkles to enter the after life
Rose quartz bracelets was used to welcome a newborn child, the bracelets were put on the baby to ease the transition between the spiritual and physical realms
Rose Quartz is a mothering crystal it promotes bonding and is good stone to place on the stomach during pregnancy, and to take to the hospital to be near the baby during the birth
  • Rose Quartz has a hardness of 7.0 on the Mohs scale
  • Rose Quartz is a silicon dioxide crystal and is one of the most common varieties of the Quartz family
  • Rose Quartz is usually found in the cores of granite pegmatites
  • Its name is derived from its soft rose colour which is due to traces of amounts of titanium, iron or manganese
  • Rose Quartz is honored by the Tibetan and Oriental cultures and continues to be one of the major carvings stones of China

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