Healing Properties of Red Aventurine: A Crystal for Passion & Perseverance

by yujianghao on Sep 06, 2023

Healing Properties of Red Aventurine: A Crystal for Passion & Perseverance

Red Aventurine is a variety of massive quartz with Lepidolite Mica and Hematite inclusions that add a bit of sparkle and magic to this stone.

A Crystal Message about the Healing Properties of Red Aventurine: “I tap into my inner fire to enhance my creativity, motivation, and passion.”

Common Healing Properties of Red Aventurine:

  • Enhances creativity and instills motivation to pursue your passions (it stokes your inner fire)
  • Facilitates an appreciation for beauty and encourages you to let your inner beauty shine forth
  • Promotes self-reflection for deep healing
  • Enhances ceremonial magic and ritual
  • Encourages clear communication
  • Increases protective energy
  • Enhances feelings of confidence & courage
  • Encourages self-love and facilitates self-care
  • Calls in abundance and prosperity
  • Facilitates consistent engagement in your spiritual practice
  • Enhances determination and perseverance
  • Assists with helping to stir you to useful action when you’re feeling overwhelmed
  • Facilitates personal healing & helps re-balance energy leaks
  • Supports you as you tune into yourself to better understand how you’re feeling emotionally and why you’re feeling that way

  • Colors: Medium or dark pinkish-red with sparkly flecks caused by Mica inclusions

    Zodiac Signs: Taurus, Gemini, Virgo, Cancer

    Elements: Earth, Fire

    Companion Flowers: Yarrow

    Companion Essential Oil: Cassia

    Companion Stone: Holley Blue Agate

    Common Origins: Brazil, Tanzania

    Notes: Aventurine may sometimes contain small bits of Pyrite or Hematite (and may also contain Lepidolite). Also misspelled as Red Avanturine or Red Adventurine. This stone is often mistaken for Strawberry Quartz, but true Strawberry Quartz is Quartz with inclusions of Pink Rutile rather than the sparkling Mica inclusions of Aventurine. So, although this stone is now commonly sold as Strawberry Quartz (which has become a secondary name for this stone), it is not to be confused with the original, authentic Strawberry Quartz.