"Love Yourself" ~ Balsam Crystal Flower
Let's take a look at this crystal story. Pink Agate and Rose Quartz will support you to accept yourself, love yourself, trust yourself and speak your truth. Citrine assists in celebrating all the goodness that is YOU! Then Rhodonite brings it home with reaching your highest potential!
Now that is super fun and powerful group of cheerleaders. I hand sew the 100% cotton flannel flower pouch that they nest in which also features dried balsam sewn inside. I love adding natures cleansing goodness into each pouch as it helps to cleanse and ground the crystals.
The felt makes it cozy for the fall and winter seasons too. When the pouch is open it is 5 inches x 5 inches and closed approximately 4 inches x 4 inches. It is perfect for travel or to keep in your purse.
Pink Agate ~ A truth amulet in Ancient Rome. It can bring hidden information to light. Agate facilitates acceptance of your Self and speaking your truth. Promotes unconditional love between parent and child and assists in the acceptance of individual differences.
Rose Quartz ~ Unconditional love and infinite peace. The most important crystal for healing the heart. Promotes receptivity to beauty of all kinds. If you have loved and lost, it comforts your grief. It teaches you how to love yourself and encourages self-forgiveness and acceptance, invoking self-trust and self-worth. Holding Rose Quartz enhances positive affirmations, reminding you of your intention.
Citrine~ Optimism, happiness, creativity and sunshine. Energizing and highly creative it never needs cleansing. It beams goodness! It absorbs, transmutes, and grounds negative energy and protects the environment. Encouraging sharing what one has, it imparts joy to all who behold it. Soothes family discord promoting inner calm.
Rhodonite ~ An emotional balancer that nurtures love and encourages the brotherhood of humanity, Rhodonite stimulates and heals the heart. Aids in achieving one’s highest potential.
This stone has a strong resonance with forgiveness and assists in reconciliation.
Sources: The Encyclopedia of Crystals by Judy Hall