The soft vibrations of rose quartz help open one’s heart and experience love
Rose quartz is one of the most popular crystals in healing, jewelry, as well as feng shui. Famous for attracting and keeping love, rose quartz is also used when it comes to healing one’s heart from pain and disappointment.
You can find all sorts of feng shui adornments made from rose quartz, especially in feng shui for love cures. Rose quartz is inexpensive and can be found as smooth tumbled stones in most gift shops and new age bookstores.
Clusters are rare when it comes to rose quartz, thus command a higher price.
So, what is rose quartz and how did it get to become such a heart healer?
Basically, rose quartz is a quartz crystal that owes its pink hue to the presence of several minerals, including manganese and titanium. The color of rose quartz ranges from very pale pink to a deep fresh pink. As energy is expressed in many forms — be it color, sound, scent, or solid matter — one can use all these variations in order to help attain the desired goal.
In the case of the rose quartz, the energy of pink carries the universal energy of love, so it helps one attract love, as well as heal from painful love experiences. Some say that it is also the presence of manganese in rose quartz that calms and heals the heart. (Kunzite crystal can be used for the same purpose, but it is not as easy to find and is more expensive).
What is so special about the rose quartz crystal?
The heart-healing properties are the most prominent energy of the rose quartz.
No other crystal or stone is as skilled as rose quartz in helping one dissolve painful memories related to love. At the same time, rose quartz is also powerful in attracting love energy, this is why it is extensively used in feng shui cures for love & marriage.
Where does the rose quartz come from?
Most rose quartz crystals come from Brazil, USA, and China.
In feng shui, the rose quartz is used as a love cure. You can find many carvings in rose quartz — from mandarin ducks to hearts, wealth pots and gourds (Wu Lou), usually tied by a red string and completed as a tassel with the mystic knot pattern.
Where do I place the rose quartz for good feng shui?
The Love & Marriage area (Southwest if you follow the classical feng shui bagua) is the best way to display the rose quartz as a love cure. You can also display a bowl with rose quartz in the center (the heart) of your home, as well as have several crystals in your bedroom.
Another excellent use of the rose quartz is in your children‘s bedroom, especially if they have trouble sleeping or tend to get easily agitated. Place a couple of tumbled rose quartz crystals under their pillow, or by their bed stand. Of course, let them know what they are, allow them to freely play with their crystals, or even carry some in their pocket!
The beauty of tumbled rocks is that you can carry them with you, so you can have a small rose quartz in your purse, pocket, and even in your car.
Of course, one of the best uses of rose quartz is in jewelry.
What form of rose quartz should I choose?
You can choose either the tumbled (polished) rose quartz, or go for a carved figurine in rose quartz. The most popular rose quartz carvings are hearts (of course!) as well as angels, flowers, and various animals. Rose quartz towers (also called generators) can be a powerful cure to raise the energy, but they are not easy to find, as well as more expensive.
Rose quartz clusters are very beautiful and very, very rare. On the other hand, there are many lamps made from rose quartz on the market (they look similar to Himalayan salt rock lamps), as well as rose quartz candle holders.
These can be a beautiful addition to your bedroom and promote nourishing, warm, and loving energy.
As with all crystals and stones, you have to be sure you cleanse your rose quartz from time to time (and more often if you are using it to relieve emotional pain).