The Bluest Light

Manifesting Stone | Rose Quartz



trust, harmony, relationships

Rose quartz is a beautiful addition to any collection and daily ritual. This stone is focused on deep healing love and relationships, whether with yourself or others. 

This crystal has been loved through ancient civilizations and was discovered in jewelry dating back to 7000 BC, the era of Mesopotamia. The Egyptians, Greeks, and Romans coveted this mythical crystal believing it held magical properties similar to the fountain of youth. Isis was said to use this as her source of divine beauty, and in Egyptian tombs rose quartz has been discovered inside as facial masks. 

There are abundant sources of this heartwarming gem found in Madagascar, Brazil, and South Africa.


Our manifesting stones serve a bigger purpose. When you feel universally compelled to do so, find a beautiful outdoor space where you can plant your manifesting stone in the ground for your dreams to take root. 

This practice has manifested so many dreams for us. We planted one on the pathway of the future home where we wanted to live, and it came true!

Our Favorite Ritual: 

Place your crystal under cold running water for 30 seconds while imagining the water washing away any previous energy. Find a quiet, comfortable place where you can relax, close your eyes, and focus. Hold your crystal between both palms and envision the dream you want to manifest flowing into the core of the crystal. Then take your stone and plant it in the ground. Don't forget to let us know when your dream comes true!


This crystal can be cleansed with water, charged under the full moon and cleared with sage or moonbeams.

Mini Stone: Approximately 1.5" diameter.

Every stone is slightly different in shape, size, coloration, and is hand-selected specifically for you.

Energy Work: frequently used for the heart chakra

Mohs Hardness Scale: 7

Element Nature: Water

All stones have been charged under the full moon and cleansed with white sage from our Moon Garden.

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