Continuing with our rose quartz theme, a rose quartz 'Heart of Light' was placed into the sea off the cliffs at Windwick bay on South Ronaldsay, Orkney, on our recent trip to the area. This was planted to bring peace and healing to the land and sea here, and the families of 188 men who lost their lives in January 1918, when two Royal Navy destroyers got caught in a blizzard and grounded on rocks in the area. Only one sailor survived.
These beautiful hearts, specially programmed on the full moon, are perfect to place to such sites of tragedy where gridding with rose quartz would be difficult and the accurate placement of other crystal configurations not possible. Planted in this way they bring peace and healing not only to the land and water but also the descendants of those who lost their lives, healing the ancestral lines of grief and loss.
|Windwick Bay, South Ronaldsay, Orkney|
|Rose heart of Light, before planting|
|Site of planting, crystal thrown into the sea|