December 23: pink quartz was quite popular among different civilizations millennia ago. Ancient Romans, Egyptians, and Greeks wore this gem as a potent talisman, and some even believed it could prevent aging. Nowadays, this attribute to pink quartz is still pledged and practitioners use it in beauty masks to correct skin color and eliminate wrinkles. Back in the Middle Ages, healers had started incorporating it in their potions because it is a gem that is claimed to balance emotions and heal anger ⚡️
Associated with unconditional love, pink quartz is said to open the heart chakra. That is why you can see it a lot in pendants and necklaces. It can also be carved into figurines and decorative items. Some even consider that it not only promotes self-love but can attract new love. Regarded as a symbol of tenderness and warmth, its soothing energy is reputed to bring pleasant dreams. Its intrinsic value most probably depends on the way you charge your stone. More on this topic in a future post ✨
Today, pink quartz is used in fashion, home decor, and cosmetics. It is assumed to be an excellent meditation crystal, its resonance providing the necessary energy for guidance, healing, and restoration. Since it is not a traditional birthstone, it can benefit anyone with a highly independent and competitive drive ⚡️
Ready for the last stone to be revealed? Tomorrow is D-Day to uncover the last gem before I dive into cleansing, charging, and taking care of your crystals. See you then!