Soji Crystal Elixir Water Bottle | Rose Quartz

Rose Quartz Healing Properties

Since ancient times, crystals elixirs have been used for their powerful energetic healing properties. Crystals can help heal deep-seated issues, bringing forth good health and greater happiness. Each crystal has its own unique healing properties — some are best suited for abundance and prosperity, while others are better for love, relationships and harmony, or even protection and shielding. SOJI crystal water bottles let you reap the benefits of crystal healing during yoga, work, play, or on the go.

^Love
^Tranquility

Rose Quartz is a stone of the heart, a crystal of unconditional Love. It is a very soothing and calming stone known to bring forth peace and tranquility. It aids in the discovery of self-love while attracting love, compassion, and acceptance of things and people. It helps open your heart to give and receive love. It brings peace, can heal old hurts, and can help you to find a wide open and balanced heart.

  • Natural quartz, glass, & stainless steel
  • Height: 9.75″; Diameter: 2.75″
  • Volume: 18 oz
  • Hand wash components, glass bottle is dishwasher safe

$80.00

2 in stock

Soji Crystal Elixir Water Bottle | Rose Quartz

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Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 12 in

About

ABOUT SOJI

SOJI is a lifestyle brand inspired by the ancient Zen practice of Temple Cleansing

Our namesake SOJI, was born from the ancient spiritual practice called Soji. Soji is a Zen word relating to the practice of “Temple Cleansing.”

The practice is simple. After morning meditation, all members are assigned a basic cleaning task on the Temple grounds (Sweep the hallway, clean the walls, polish the windowpanes). After about 20 minutes the work leader rings a bell signaling the end of all work. If the hallway is half swept, if the walls are not complete, if the only 5 of the 15 windowpanes are polished    – it does not matter, as the “destination” or “completion” is not the intention. The goal was not to complete the task, but to be present during the task.

Approaching everyday tasks the Soji way redirects our energies not towards the future goal, but into the present process. It reminds us that life is not about finishing, but more simply about doing.  If we adopt the mindset to own the present journey rather than the elusive destination we may be more mindful and grateful.

There is no rush. Slow down, be present, take care of yourself, and trust the journey.

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