These cute pocket hearts are the perfect gift for your Valentine, Galentine or even yourself!
Small enough to pop in your pocket, mighty enough to bring you some serious benefits…
Available in 7 different stones… who will you choose..? ❤️
Pink Rhodonite is a stone of compassion, an emotional balancer that clears away emotional wounds and scars from the past, and that nurtures love. It stimulates, clears and activates the heart. Rhodonite grounds energy, balances yin-yang, and aids in achieving one's highest potential.
Rose Quartz purifies and opens the heart at all levels to promote love, self-love, friendship, deep inner healing and feelings of peace. Calming and reassuring, it helps to comfort in times of grief. Rose Quartz dispels negativity, replacing it with loving vibes.
Dalmatian Jasper is known as a nurturing stone, with its ability to bring out the child within. It helps bring clarity of mind to reveal one's strengths and weaknesses; bringing in a calm sense of tranquility, wholeness, and control.
Called the stone of ambition, Blue Goldstone is thought to assist in attaining goals. Some consider goldstone to be a symbol of ingenuity, ambition, and drive. It believed to reduce tension, revitalize the wearer and encourage a positive attitude.
Snowflake Obsidian works to help balance, purify, and ground one's mind, body, and aura. This stone activates our root and third eye chakras, enhancing ones psychic abilities, especially that of past life recall. When meditating with this stone, one will have enhanced vision of previous lives.
Tiger's Eye is a crystal with beautiful bands of yellow-golden color throughout. This is a powerful stone that helps you to release fear and aids harmony and balance. It stimulates taking action, and helps you to make decisions with discernment and understanding, and unclouded by your emotions.
Red Tiger Eye promotes inner peace, and calmness while vitalizing courage, strength, and assertiveness. The frequency of the stone helps to bring the mind and body into a state of calm aiding a person in setting and achieving goals, completing monotonous tasks, and the pursuit to right all wrongs.