Top Three Benefits of Rutilated Quartz
- Amplify any intention you want to send out into the world.
- Accelerate results and manifest faster.
- Channel Light energy into your body for healing & inspiration.
Rutilated Quartz Healing Properties
Rutilated quartz combines the qualities of rutile with quartz.
Rutile is an accelerating crystal, helping things happen more quickly. It enhances psychic abilities, learning, insight, and inspiration.
Quartz is an amplifier stone, as well as being programmable.
These two in combination are therefore quite powerful support for any kind of mental or spiritual work or manifestation. The needle-like structures of rutile act like a two-way antenna to receive spiritual information or broadcast intention.
To get the most from working with rutilated quartz, hold it while meditating and infuse it with your intention.
Sending Energy for Manifestation
If you are working to manifest something, get a clear picture of it in your mind, mentally move that vision into the center of the crystal, and then visualize your intention radiating out from the stone.
Receiving Energy for Healing & Insight
If you want to bring in Light energy, hold your rutilated quartz and visualize it pulling in Light from all around you and then channelling it into your body. Place it on any body part that needs support to help clear any blocked energy from that area and infuse it with healing.
Rutilated quartz acts as a beacon to enhance your ability to receive messages, insight, and inspiration from higher dimensions. Hold one while you are communicating with your spirit guides, or keep one near you when you are creating art or writing for support channeling your muse.
Rutilated Quartz as a Gemstone
Rutilated Quartz is clear quartz or smoky quartz with hair-like inclusions of the mineral rutile. The hairs are usually golden colored, but can also be silver, copper, or black. It is sometimes referred to as “Venus hair”.
It is sometimes confused with tourmalinated quartz, which is clear or milky quartz with tourmaline inclusions. They looks similar except in tourmalinated quartz, the hairs are usually black (or sometimes dark green).
Type of: Quartz