Naz’s crystal horoscopes 18th - 24th February 2018
Taking its name from the Greek word ‘epidosis’, meaning ‘growing together’, this beautiful crystal is thought to help with everything - from calming your mind and protecting your family, to attracting money and boosting your fertility! Known as the stone of lasting love, it suggests there could be a heartwarming reunion between two people around you this week. Deep and meaningful heart to hearts with loved ones may leave you feeling very emotional, and a family member could surprise you with their generosity too.
With a history dating back to the 19th century, this stunning crystal is thought to take its name from the Greek words ‘eu’ and ‘dialytos’, meaning easily decomposable! Like this beautiful crystal - which is so easily damaged by harmful substances - this beautiful crystal suggests you may need to distance yourself from a toxic person around you this week. Protect yourself from their negativity - and bathe your heart in positivity - by keeping a Eudialyte nearby.
These enchanting crystals were highly prized by the ancient Greeks - who believed the gems were formed from beautiful stars that had fallen from the sky. Taking its name from the Greek words ‘dis’, meaning double, and ‘opsis’, meaning view, it suggests you may need to watch what you say around a very two faced individual around you this week. Devious behaviour from friends and loved ones may leave you feeling very betrayed, and someone you love could need your help and support too.
This bewitching crystal has captured people’s hearts since the late 18th century, and is often associated with the Roman Goddess of Forgiveness, Clementia. Like this kind goddess - who is thought to have carried an olive branch wherever she went - this enchanting crystal suggests you may need to apologise to a friend or loved one for your past behaviour this week. Rebuild the bond between you - and leave the past behind you - by keeping a Rhodonite nearby.
Known as the ‘jewel of kings’, this stunning crystal has mesmerised the hearts of some of the world’s greatest icons - including Cleopatra - and is thought to change colour to protect its wearer from deceit and danger. Synonymous with love and healing, it suggests a friend, colleague or loved one may need to hear some harsh truths this week. Prevent their negativity from driving you crazy by keeping an Emerald nearby, or placing one in your home or work place.
This beautiful crystal has captured the hearts of everyone - from artists and healers, to writers and jewellers - for centuries, and was once thought to have been formed from the sacred blood of fallen soldiers. Symbolising inner-strength and bravery, it suggests you may find yourself feeling slightly anxious this week. Insecurities about friends and family members may leave you feeling very paranoid, and someone’s cold or distant behaviour could upset you too.
Synonymous with the Greek Goddess of Harvest, Demeter - who is thought to have been utterly heartbroken when her daughter was abducted into the Underworld by an evil god - this beautiful crystal suggests you may find yourself mourning the loss or absence of someone you love too this week. Memories from childhood, dreams about the past and worries about your loved ones may leave you feeling very emotional, and someone from the past could re-enter your life too.
With a magical history - dating back to the 13th century - this captivating crystal was highly revered by the ancient Incas, who lovingly nicknamed the gem ‘Rosa Del Inca’, meaning Inca rose. Known as the ‘stone of the compassionate heart’, this enchanting crystal suggests a friend, colleague or loved one may surprise you with their kindness this week. Celebrate their love for you - and nurture the bond between you - by sending them a Rhodochrosite as a gift.
Encouraging you to see the beauty within - and helping you love and accept the skin you’re in - this stunning crystal suggests you may see a kinder side to someone around you this week. Thoughtful gestures from friends, colleagues and family members may leave you feeling very loved, and a loved one could surprise you with their love and support too. Cherish the people around you - and embrace their love for you - by keeping a Coral nearby.
Known as a stone of courage and protection, this enchanting crystal suggests you may find yourself feeling very frustrated with someone around you this week. Selfish behaviour from friends and loved ones could leave you feeling very drained, and someone’s constant need for attention could really drive you up the wall too. Wave their negativity goodbye - and keep your spirits high - by keeping a Bloodstone close by, or placing one in your home or work place.
This enchanting crystal is often associated with the Goddess of the Moon and hunting, Diana - who is thought to have turned a beautiful young maiden into a piece of Amethyst to protect her from an evil god! Synonymous with protection, it suggests you may find yourself wanting to protect a friend or loved one from a very toxic person around them too this week. Surround them with your love and positivity - and fill their heart with peace and serenity - by placing an Amethyst by their photo.
Thought to lovingly nurture our hearts and minds - and gently cast our worries aside - this beautiful crystal suggests you may find yourself feeling very drained by someone around you this week. Attention seeking behaviour from friends and family members may leave you feeling very frustrated, and someone’s needy behaviour could really test your patience too. Prevent their neediness from affecting your cheeriness by keeping a Sunstone nearby.
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