Crystals are energy.  We use them in computers and clocks, but they can also help us in our personal life.  Each crystal vibrates and emits different energies.  Many are vibrating at the energy of universal love.  In general, any pink or green crystal will help bring more love into your life, but there are certain crystals you can use to help bring love into your life.  The following include the best stones for inviting love and light into your world.

Rose Quartz

Rose Quartz invites love into your life. It opens your heart to receive love and gently reminds you that you are worthy of love. Wear this stone or keep it by your bedside to remind you that love is coming your way.

Malachite

The beautiful green swirls in this stone help to usher away hurtful memories. Malachite works quickly and diligently to clear away painful heartache and make way for new love. Try sleeping with this stone on your heart chakra. Alternately, you can wear the stone as a pendant over your heart or you can sleep it with it under the pillow.

Rhodocrosite

The lovely marbling of pinks and whites in this stone helps us to unite the different aspects of our personality so that we can learn to truly love ourselves. The only way to bring true, authentic love into your life is to love yourself first. Rhodocrosite helps you to appreciate yourself as it teaches that you are worthy of love, health and happiness.

Rhodonite

The pinks and blacks in this stone remind us that affairs of the heart are often painful. Rhodonite is the Stone of Forgiveness and it will help you to let go of any pain from a past relationship with an attitude of love and forgiveness as it gently cleanses your aura of hurt, anger, regret and bitterness.

Green Aventurine

Known as the Stone of Love and Luck, carrying this stone with you will increase your confidence and your luck at attracting new love into your life.  It’s also known as a Stone of Abundance, so keep one in your wallet to ensure new financial resources too!

Apache Tear

This form of Obsidian is known to absorb depression, grief and negativity. Legends say that as the Apache women and children watched their men die in battle to save their land and way of life, they cried rivers of tears. These tears hardened into these Obsidian stones which we call Apache Tears. The legend says that whoever holds an Apache Tear will never grieve again. Carry this stone with you to help absorb any sadness you may be carrying in your heart.

Citrine
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This joyful, sunny stone is known as the Stone of Success.  It will help make you feel more empowered, confident and sure of yourself.  Carry this stone or wear it as jewelry to enhance your self-esteem, confidence and joy.

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  • MP - Do you remember this one ? - This is one of my favorite songs by Johnny Cash - Hope that you enjoy this -

    Jim ( Shadow Walker )

  • MP - I thought that you might like reading this - BB - Jim ( Shadow Walker )

    The Legend of the Apache Tears


    Many years ago the Apache1 rode free across the valleys and mountains of southwestern United States, including what is now Arizona. The land, like the Apache, was rough but noble. Sunset mountains cut across miles of desert sands. Only the hardiest plants survived in the harsh conditions found on the faces of these towering rocky cliffs. The mountains and surrounding desert landscape kept the Apache safe from enemies far longer than other tribes who had settled in more fertile, and far more open areas. In the end, however, encroachers came searching for the precious metals contained within the mountain rock and the Apache way of life was destroyed.
    The Apache fought fiercely to defend their homes and families. They maintained their strong fighting spirit even though the odds were against them. Small groups of Apache warriors made life miserable for their enemies, hoping to drive the intruders away. They raided campsites, stealing horses and cattle. They ambushed supply caravans, taking food and weapons for their own use. They attacked when least expected, catching their enemies off guard. For awhile tactics of the Apache warriors worked, but the lure of gold and silver proved too strong. The men, with no regard for the Apache or his land, were determined to establish their settlements and seek their fortunes in the mountains. Finally, a large cavalry unit was sent out to hunt down the Apache warriors.
    A warrior party of seventy-five Apache galloped to the top of a pink-hued mountain, chased closely behind by the cavalry. The warriors wheeled their horses around, realizing they were trapped. Behind them, the sheer face of the mountain plummeted hundreds of feet to the desert floor. In front of them, hundreds of cavalry officers circled, guns in hand. At a signal from their leader, the officers fired. In the first round of shots, fifty Apache died. The remaining twenty five warriors were trapped and faced death at the hands of their enemies. These men knew there was no way out. Rather than be killed by the enemy, the remaining Apache warriors spun their horses around and leaped over the edge of the mountain.
    When the Apache women and children discovered their fathers, husbands, and sons dead at the bottom of the cliff, their tears fell. Each tear drop, as it hit the hard, dry earth, turned to black stone. They mourned the death of their warriors. They mourned the loss of their fighting spirit. They mourned the life they had carved in the Arizona desert. Soon the ground at the bottom of the mountain, once bleached white from the searing sun, was blackened by Apache tears.2
    It is said that a person who finds one of these tears beneath Apache Leap Mountain will never need to cry again, for the Apache women cried tears for all who mourn. These beautiful translucent gemstones are now known as Apache Tears Good Luck Stones.
    1 Apache is the collective name for several culturally related groups of Native Americans who speak the Apachean language. Western Apache is the group that remains within Arizona.
    2Apache Tear Drop is a form of black obsidian rock. It is a type of volcanic glass that forms when lava comes into contact with water and is cooled quickly.

    Apache Tears
    Stanza 1
    Hoof prints and foot prints deep ruts the wagons made
    The victor and the loser came by here
    No head stones but these bones bring Mescalero death moans3
    See the smooth black nuggets by the thousands laying here
    Petrified but justified are these Apache tears.
    Stanza 3
    The young men, the old men, the guilty and the innocent
    Bled red blood and chilled alike with tears
    The red men, the white men no fight ever took this land
    So don’t raise the dust when you pass here
    They’re sleeping and in my keeping are these Apache tears.

  • TY MP for this post - It's been along time sense I have handled these Christel's - I used to have quite a stock of them and sold them at the Native American Pow Wows - Gosh I do remember and miss them days - Time for me to get back in touch with the Christel's - Their not only beautiful but are also very powerful gem stones - I think I liked the Apache Tear's the most I used to carry them in my pockets all the time and when I got feeling out of sorts I used to hold them and play with them between my fingers - Their also very soothing and comforting when you use them this way - Great post MP - Thank you for the memories of the good old days - BB - Jim ( Shadow Walker )

  • Beautiful Mystic. Great post, Thank you.

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