- Rose Quartz Heart
Looking for love this Valentine’s day? Start with loving yourself.
You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.-Deepak Chopra
With Valentine’s day being on February 14th, February is known as the month of romance. But for many who don’t have a romantic partner in their life, Valentine’s day can be a lonely or even depressing holiday. Rather than close your heart to the pain of love lost, open your heart to yourself this Valentine’s day. Whether you are in a relationship or not, flow loving energy to yourself. When we first learn to truly love ourselves we can open our hearts to receive the love of others.
There are many gemstones in the mineral kingdom who offer us their heart opening vibration. The mighty trio of Rose Quartz, Rhodonite and Rhodocrosite offer us an opportunity to open our hearts to ourselves. These three pink gemstones are reminders to love ourselves. While they offer a soft, soothing energy, they are powerful in their ability to open the heart chakra, clear away emotional wounds and rewaken the trusting heart.
The energy of these 3 stones is steep in love and compassion. The reminder here is to have compassion for ourselves, to fill our lives with gratitude and feel the joy that comes from an open heart.
We all need to be reminded to love and nurture ourselves. Rose quartz, Rhodonite and Rhodochrosite remind us to take positive actions in our lives and be good to ourselves. Simple things that nourish the soul will open the heart. Try taking a hot bath and relax with some candle light. Prepare a healthy meal and take the time to savor its deliciousness. Get out in nature and enjoy the beauty that is there.
So this Valentine’s day, be your own cupid and immerse yourself in the loving energy of Rose Quartz, Rhodonite and Rhodochrosite.
The energy of Rose Quartz helps the bud of the heart unfold into a thousand-petaled lotus of Light.” – Naisha Ahsian, co- author of the Book of Stones