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Unique Stones for Unique Love: Valentine's Day re-imagined

Unique Stones for Unique Love: Valentine's Day re-imagined

As the calendar flips to February, some of us eagerly await Valentine's Day, filled with romantic anticipation and any opportunity for a heart theme… and some of us, not so much! Fortunately, there's a beautiful evolution underway that celebrates the full spectrum of love. Transforming Valentine's Day into a celebration that goes beyond the boundaries of traditional romance. It's time to broaden the perspective and honour all of the different relationships in our lives that fill us with happiness, support and connection.

 

In light of this evolution, let us delve into the world of Gemstones that beautifully symbolise all our multifaceted relationships surrounding love…


Garnet
 - Because of its deep red hue, much like the heart, Garnet has symbolised love throughout history. It has been given as a gift of affection for millennia, dating back to Ancient Egyptian times. It is a famous gemstone, of not only love, but passion and friendship.

                                          

                             

Rhodocrosite - Said to open the heart and enhance the abilities of self love and self acceptance, an ideal tool for bringing a deeper connection and authenticity within yourself.

 

                                        


 

Citrine - Citrine is often given as a meaningful gift of friendship, with its sunny hues it harnesses an abundance of positivity and gratitude. It often symbolises shared adventures and shared laughter, truly being the stone of long lasting deep connections.

 

                                          

 

Rose Quartz - The stone of unconditional love. Rose Quartz has been treasured for its compassionate energy and promotes strong, unwavering family bonds. Another stone that has been gifted as a symbol of love throughout history, dating back to ancient civilisations.

 

                                         

 Lapis Lazuli - Not considered a love stone in the conventional sense. Lapis Lazuli, aligned with the throat chakra, is said to encourage openness and self expression which is important when nurturing important relationships.

                                        

 Moonstone - Strongly linked to the ever-changing moon cycles and the powerful energy of the  divine feminine. Moonstone is the symbol of emotional balance through the ebb and flow of relationships, much like the energy shifts we experience during the phases of the moon.

                                        

 

This Valentine’s Day lets re-imagine the art of gift-giving, seizing the opportunity to express our love to those that mean the most to us.

Whether you’re missing an old friend, showing gratitude to a supportive parent, or treating yourself to a bit of self-care, let's celebrate Valentine’s Day as a heartfelt tribute to all the meaningful connections that make our lives truly extraordinary.

Trudi Northcott
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