#WednesdayWonders – Rose Quartz #gemstones

Welcome back to another Wednesday Wonder! Today, I am featuring another very common gemstone, the Rose Quartz.

Rose Quartz is well-known for its pink lustrous color and is often used in jewelry making. I have lots of pieces of it and use it in different ways.

Rose Quartz is the Universal stone of love and is also called The Heart Stone.

It restores trust and harmony in relationships, encouraging unconditional love.  Rose Quartz purifies and opens the heart at all levels to promote love, self-love, friendship, deep inner healing, and feelings of peace.  Calming and reassuring, it helps to comfort in times of grief.  Rose Quartz dispels negativity and protects against environmental pollution, replacing it with loving vibes.  It encourages self forgiveness and acceptance invoking self-trust and self-worth.

Rose Quartz strengthens and balances the physical heart and circulatory system, and releases impurities from body fluids.  It hastens recovery, reduces high blood pressure, aids chest and lung problems, heals the kidneys and adrenals, and alleviates vertigo. Rose Quartz has the power to increase fertility and to protect both mother and unborn fetus from miscarriage.

The Rose Quartz stone is strongly attached to both the heart chakra and the throat chakra. It can range in color. Some Rose Quartz crystals can be as pale as a new dawn and others can be almost violet in color. Boasting an earthly element and vibrating at the spiritual number of seven, Rose Quartz manages to occupy that space between being a thing of pure mystery while also being a comforting and gloriously grounding force. 

One of the ways I use this stone daily is to put it in my water purifier container in the refrigerator. And I always take it out of the water and recharge it under the full moon.

If you want to bring Rose Quartz into your beauty routine, then soak a polished crystal in a bowl or jar with fresh spring water and a handful of rose petals. Put the jar out into the sun for several hours so the water can become infused with the power of the Rose Quartz. Strain the water and add to a spritz bottle to mist your face morning and eve.

I’d love to hear from you. Do you have Rose Quartz among your gemstones, or in jewelry?

31 thoughts on “#WednesdayWonders – Rose Quartz #gemstones

  1. I do have several, Jan. Very soothing to me. I’ll definitely try out the rose mist. I have several red rose buds that will be blooming soon. Thanks! xo

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    1. Wonderful, Mary! How wonderful that you have rosebuds about to bloom. Let me know how you like it! I will definitely be trying this recipe. Thank you for stopping by!

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  2. I have several, Jan, and found several on my birthday in our local lake because the water is so low from the drought:) I like you infuse your water with them and great idea with the rose petals. I already use rose petal spray so this would take it to the next level. Another great post and information on a subject I love.

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    1. Oh, how cool that you found rose quartz in your lake! That is totally awesome. Yes, adding a rose quartz crystal to your rose petal spray would infuse it with more great energy! Thank you for stopping by. I am so happy you are enjoying these posts!

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  3. I love rose quartz if for not the beauty alone. I’ve always been drawn to it and have quite a bit, some small and some larger. I once bought some small polished pieces of it and intended to put them in rings or necklaces but I haven’t done that yet. Thank you for sharing what you know about this stone. Some I wasn’t aware of. Have a good day, sister.

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