Desert Rose Crystal

COLOR: It resembles a cluster of rose petals, and its colors can range from brown, tan, cream to white.
SHAPE: Clusters, Specimen
CATEGORY: Natural Crystals & Minerals
LOCATION: Africa, Asia, and Mexico.
RARITY: Common
MINERAL CLASS: Sand or salt which becomes surrounded by gypsum crystals which are most frequently hosted by selenite and barite
CRYSTAL SYSTEM: The typical desert rose is a small stone that ranges from 0.5 inches to 4 inches in diameter.
NUMERICAL VIBRATION: Number 11

$10.95

Description

Desert Rose is known as a lucky crystal. It will bring prosperity to your business. What’s more, it will offer you more confidence to help make a wise decision.

Desert Rose Crystal
Desert Rose Crystal is linked to the Root and Crown Chakras, helping to keep us grounded and protected from negative energy and purifying our energy.

The crystal is also known to get rid of blockages that interfere with your progress and development. It will offer you the balance to enjoy your life while working to accomplish your financial goals.

Further, Desert Rose Crystal will show you how to stay committed to your projects with confidence and ease, irrespective of the hindrances.

When used during meditation, Desert Rose Crystal quiets your mind. It removes your worries and anxieties, allowing you to see glimpses of the future,and helping you with decision-making.

Cleansing and Charging Crystals With Sage.

Sage is a sacred plant with a multitude of healing properties. Smudging your stone is said to clear inharmonious vibrations and restore its natural energy.

You’ll need:

  • a fire-safe bowl
  • a lighter or matches
  • loose or bundled sage

If you’re unable to sage outdoors, make sure you’re near an open window. This will allow the smoke and negative energy to disperse.

When you’re ready, ignite the tip of the sage with the flame. Transfer the sage to your non-dominant hand, firmly grasp your stone, and move it through the smoke.

Allow the smoke to envelop the stone for about 30 seconds. If it’s been a while since your last cleaning — or you feel the stone is holding onto a lot — consider smudging for an additional 30 seconds.