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A Desert Rose is a Guardian Solidifier crystal structure. Guardians do not reveal their inner strength. These stones rarely, if ever, form transparent crystals. Rather, they hide their strength behind an opaque mask, obscuring the power they possess.
In the physical world, Desert Roses are excellent aids in protecting your loved ones, your possessions, and your physical security. They are very useful in protecting houses and homes, property, and valuables.
Brown Desert Roses are excellent aids in a wide variety of efforts. When you want to regain your composure, relax in your life, reconnect with the natural world, or just find the time to be yourself a while, brown talismans, like the turquoise ones, are excellent aids. Modern life seems to disconnect us from the earth; we get caught up in the hustle and bustle. We forget to be human, and we ignore our true nature.
Desert Roses are used in devotions and appeals to Isis, the Egyptian Goddess of Life.
Desert Roses provides Wood Energy. Wood energy is traditionally associated with the East and Southeast areas of a home or room. It is associated with the Family and Health area and the Prosperity and Abundance area.
Wood energy is vital to your well being It is associated with family, ancestors, and community. Use this stone in the East area of a room or home if you want to keep Qui, the Universal Life Force flowing properly there.
A Desert Rose will enhance energy flow aiding your efforts that are devoted to enhancing family and community.
Some practitioners use Desert Roses in meditation. Hold one in each hand to become solidly grounded before a meditation effort.
Other practitioners report that Desert Roses are excellent for placing in the middle of a medicine wheel, to bring together the powers of Mother Earth and Father Sky. It is also considered by many to be a "lucky stone" probably because it is gypsum, and gypsum has a long history of use in many cultures as a lucky stone.