ROSE QUARTZ: Inside look

ROSE QUARTZ: Inside look


Everyone wants to know what is it that makes Rose quartz one of the most popular crystals in the mineral stone market and why are people so drawn to purchasing it, weather it be in jewelry or in home decor items. It’s actually awe inspiring that this pretty bubble gum pink color crystal is naturally found in nature. That the earth itself has gifted us a color that evokes warmth, love, family and femininity.

Many arguments can be made as to why pink is the preferred color to women over men, I venture to say that it is close to the color of our hearts and it reminds us of the Center of everything loving and empathetic. Which is the essence of what being a women is. The one who God chose to be the vessel to bring children into the world . So it is no wonder that Rose quartz evokes similar emotions within us. A feeling of belonging and of love.

As a healer, I’ve worked with hundreds of crystals with thousands of clients over the years, and I have consistently seen rose quartz as the most preferred stone of choice above the rest. Many swear that wearing these beads helps heal emotional family traumas and had a calming and soothing almost comforting effect on the body. In the past, healers have incorporated rose quartz into specific bracelets to facilitate healing in the most natural and symbiotic way. Through mineral absorption in the skin.

The same way people ingest minerals to heal the body internally. Minerals can be absorbed through the largest organ in the body the skin. It’s commonly used to facilitate healing emotional trauma, and heart ache. Though there has not been enough scientific research done on the efficacy of wearing stones for healing purposes, the market for selling crystal jewelry for these purposes has exploded in the recent years as the market is trying to keep up with demands for such jewelry, due to customer satisfaction from wearing crystals jewelry and renewed interest in rediscovering old healing modalities that existed in ancient times and that where neglected in the last century.

- Sarit Shaer

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