...Let’s talk about crystals for love. We need to hold each other tight, because love makes life beautiful. And by love, I don’t only mean romantic relationships. But also friendships, family, partnerships. Essentially all kinds of love.
Tapping into the loving energy, and into the heart chakra will open new realms for you and help you form better, closer relationships. It’s time to open our hearts with the right crystals.
I think you probably know by now that it’s called the universal stone of love. But it’s not only for hopeless romantics searching for their other half. Speaking of which, there is an old folk lore that if you put a piece of Rose Quartz under your pillow before you go to sleep, you’ll dream of your true love.
Rose Quartz is also the perfect stone for maintaining loving relationships with your family and friends. And don’t forget yourself, my friend. Rose quartz is there to help you reconnect with your true self. To accept who you genuinely are in all the love and glory. Love yourself!
Lapis Lazuli is the perfect crystal for relationships, family and friendships. It inspires courage and confidence, which in turn helps you express your innermost feelings. You probably know how important communication is in any type of relationship. With that said, it also decreases irritability and day-to-day frustrations - sounds like a treat for family gatherings. Am I right or what, ha?
Malachite is known to cleanse the chakras, particularly the heart. It awakens your loving spirit. It is like glimmering fairy dust that emits good vibrations associated with love, happiness and peace.
The protector of heart chakra. Love comes to those who embrace its power. You will become a more kindhearted soul in all your worldly interactions. Listen to your heart, and go towards where it guides you.
“The best and most beautiful things in this world cannot be seen or even heard, but must be felt with the heart.”
— Helen Keller
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