Crystals and Gemstones for Romance

By: Gloria Marie

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Crystals and gemstones for romance are rose quartz, rhodochrosite, and moonstone. Rose quartz is the most common crystal used for romance. According to legend, Eros, the Greek God of love, brought rose quartz to the earth in the hope that its gorgeous color would arose love and desire. Since the Middle Ages, rose quartz has been considered a love charm.

Rose Quartz stimulates circulation and thus increases sexuality. It is considered helpful in affairs of the heart and the heart chakra. It is found naturally as a piece of quartz.

Consider buying a rose quartz. It comes in all sizes and price ranges. I keep a small rose Quartz crystal in my bedroom, another in my living room and I wear a rose quartz bracelet. Its beautiful pink translucent color reminds me of romance.

Rhodochrosite symbolizes openness. It is said to awaken all-embracing love that is not limited to one person. Native Americans used to offer the stone as a token of love. The Incas called it “Inca rose.” Psychologically rhodochrosite helps the wearer to achieve self-knowledge and reduce stress.

Rhodochrosite represents love and compassion. It is a wonderful crystal to work with to give and receive love. It also stimulates feeling and promotes intuition.

It can be used as a polished stone for laying on the body or cut as jewelry. It is colored bright red to pink or pink with partial white stripes. The larger crystals come from Peru and Colorado.

Moonstone has always been the stone of love and lovers. It is a very powerful healing stone for women. It symbolizes love and tenderness to lovers and for passion in romance. Legend has it that it is especially powerful when used on a full moon. It is egg-shell colored, yellowish, bluish or blue.

Their properties for love, may be all legend, but, I think it is worth a try!

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