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Properties and virtues of amethyst | How and why to use amethyst?

  • June 25, 2019

Mineralogical properties

Amethyst is a violet-colored quartz crystal. It holds its color of manganese, iron and titanium. It is found particularly in South Africa, Brazil, Canada, India, Madagascar, the Urals and Uruguay. Its crystalline system is trigonal.

Properties and virtues of amethyst in lithotherapy

The virtues of amethyst are soothing and purifying. It relieves stress, calms insomnia and promotes concentration and meditation. It is a very beneficial stone for the mind, which helps to find balance and serenity. Leonardo da Vinci also wrote about her that she had the power to “dispel bad thoughts and sharpen intelligence”.

You can use our search engine of stones and crystals by entering “amethyst” to see directly the affections against which this crystal is used in lithotherapy. But before focusing here on the properties of amethyst and the ways to use them in the context of lithotherapeutic practice, let’s take a detour by mythology and etymology…

The etymology and the meaning of the word “amethyst”

The term amethyst comes from the Greek amethystos , and more precisely from the verb methyo which means “to be drunk”. The private particle “a- ” leads to the translation of the term “who is not drunk”.

How and why to use amethyst?

Amethyst is a stone particularly popular with lithotherapists, and in general by all lovers and lovers of stones and crystals. It has the power to refocus energies, in particular psychic, and it is often worn as a necklace. In addition, using amethyst as a center of meditation broadens the chakras. This unique stone helps to get rid of fears, addictions and heals migraines. It improves the general nervous state and helps to find the psychic balance.

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Amethyst virtues against physical ailments

From the point of view of the individual to receive care, he will often be asked to hold the amethyst in his hands during the session. The healer will place the various amethyst stones at the places of the body that need to be healed, usually the heart and lungs.

Migraines and headaches

If you are constantly suffering from headaches and migraines, the solution is at your fingertips: an amethyst crystal. Lie down and close your eyes. Put the crystal on your forehead and relax: let the stone heal you. To protect yourself from migraines, wear an amethyst and yellow amber.


With the madness that characterizes our world, we are often exhausted because our body is used beyond its normal limits. In order to repair your nervous system and relieve stress, spend a few minutes each day drawing on the power of amethyst crystals. It is also used for children who are subject to anger and rage.

Skin problems

Against skin problems, amethyst can bring you its beneficial influence. If you have acne, wear an amethyst on you. You can also apply it (clean) daily to the most affected places. Do the same with the boils.

If you have shingles, keep an amethyst crystal on you, and place a good one near your bed. In case of burns, you can apply an amethyst to relieve pain and speed up the healing process. Finally, if you have developed abscesses, apply them an amethyst.

Respiratory and blood problems

Amethyst is very often used for problems related to breathing and the blood system.

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You can heal breathing problems faster by using it. It is sufficient, in addition to the medications prescribed by the doctor, to place an amethyst on the chest, between the lungs. If the damage is severe, hold the stone in place during sleep, using a bandage or a suitable tape.

It is also known for its beneficial effect on blood diseases, blood pressure and anemia.


Amethyst is known for its ability to relieve pain in the muscles and joints, including sprains. To heal these ailments faster, you can place an amethyst placed inside an elastic bandage wrapped around the sore area.

Strengthen the bones

Wear an amethyst around your neck or keep one in your pocket to strengthen your bones.

Amethyst elixir

Make an amethyst elixir by placing one or more stones in a clear container filled with water. Let the mixture sit outside in the moonlight all night long. For this realization, the nights of full moon are most indicated.

This elixir can also be used against imperfections and to soften the skin. Apply directly on these imperfections or use it as an ingredient for your masks.

Dial an amethyst elixir and use it to bathe the body parts prone to circulatory disorders. It accelerates the circulation in both bodies: physical and etheric.

For blood diseases, you can drink this elixir every morning before breakfast.

Psychological and psychological virtues of amethyst

Nervousness and nervous disorders

Amethyst is a balance stone, which is beneficial to all disorders of nervous origin. To calm nervousness, always wear an amethyst. Take it in hand when you feel that your nervousness is intensifying. You can use it the same way if you are subject to anxiety states. It is also known to calm the attacks of hallucination.

Virtues and Benefits of Tourmaline | Tourmaline Stone Benefits

  • June 25, 2019


Tourmaline refers to a group of minerals belonging to Silicates, more exactly to cyclosilicates, of complex and highly variable composition. The formula can be presented as: (Ca, Na) (Al, Fe, Li, and Mg) 3 B3 Al3 (Al3, Si6, O27). Tourmalines can be transparent, translucent, and even opaque. Their brilliance is glassy and their break is unequal, conchoidal. Their crystalline system is rhombohedral; they are found in the form of six-sided prismatic crystals, granular aggregates, compact, fibrous and radiating, like the characteristic “tourmaline suns”. Tourmaline has a hardness of 7 to 7.5. It has a strong pleochroism, that is to say that its color changes according to the angle of observation and reveals a lighter shade and a shade darker.


There are many colors of tourmaline, some frequent as the variety elbaite (colorless, blue, green, pink) and others much rarer as the variety Watermelon (pink in the center, green on the edges, like watermelon …). Here are some examples:

The black tourmaline, very bright, is opaque and sometimes has blue, green or brown shades.

Rubellite, as the name suggests, is bright and deep red.

The Afghan tourmaline of the Kunar Valley is peachy and soft green.

The indocolite is a deep blue, while the Brazilian Tourmaline Paraiba presents a range of tones of bright blue, even electric!

Pink tourmaline looks like pink sapphire but at a much more affordable price. Others are yellow, orange, and even gray…


The pegmatites are rocks of magmatic origin, which are formed from the liquid residues of the formation of the neighboring granite. Their composition is therefore close to that of granite, but their richness in water allowed a good diffusion of minerals and favored the appearance of large crystals. This is how many gems appear, and among them, tourmaline … It is found in the form of rods triangular base, convex faces.

The majority of tourmaline comes today from Brazil. But depending on the colors and varieties, these stones can come from Afghanistan (indicolites), India, Madagascar (rubellites), Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Burma, Russia (sibérites) or Thailand. There are even some crystals in France but they are not used in jewelry.


The colors, shapes and prices of tourmaline are very varied, it is therefore necessary above all to rely on his tastes to choose his tourmaline jewelry. The intensity of its hue and the quality of its size are the main criteria of choice.

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Tourmaline was not too hard, is one of the gems easy enough to carve; however, it requires great skill in finding the growth axis and taking into account the strong pleochroism of the stone. The color often varies inside the crystal itself. All the art of the lapidary is therefore to choose the right place and common sense to carve, the shape that will best highlight the beautiful colors of tourmaline. Thus, for example, the table should be parallel to the main axis for dark stones, and perpendicular to lighter stones. The tourmaline cat’s eye, she is cut in simple cabochon, whose base is parallel to the fibers, to bring out its shimmer.


The lightest tourmalines, as well as the smaller ones, are preferably associated with discrete metals such as white gold or silver, even pink gold, which will allow them to freely express their brilliance and delicate nuances. The others, more intense or larger, also go very well with yellow gold or black gold.


The word “tourmaline” comes from the Sinhalese “thuramali”, which means “stone with mixed colors” and which indicates all the stones whose name was not known. What a beautiful name for a stone arrived on Earth crossing a rainbow, imbued with all its colors, as the Egyptians believed!

Known in Europe since the early eighteenth century, it was identified by the naturalist Buffon in 1759. The Empress of China Tzu Hsi, who ruled from 1860 to 1908, adored pink tourmaline and reserved the entire production of the Stewart Mine, Southern California!

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Tourmaline has piezoelectric properties, that is, it charges electrically under stress (pressure). It is also pyroelectric, which means that it charges static electricity at its ends when it is heated. It is also called Ceylon magnet. This is why it is used in hair straighteners, whose purpose is to remove the static electricity that makes it frizz…

Its presence in the soil is sometimes the precursor to the formation of a gold deposit.

The tender pink tourmaline is often offered, mounted on a ring, on Valentine’s Day.


It is undoubtedly its electrical properties that explain its use in geobiology. Tourmaline is reputedly protective of habitats against bad waves, whether technological origin (wifi network, mobile phones …) or natural, as the harmful areas of the Hartmann network, the electromagnetic grid that would cover the Earth.

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The properties attributed to tourmaline vary according to the type of gem. The black tourmaline would be particularly effective, placed at the four corners of a house, to protect it from a geobiological point of view. It would strengthen the muscles, especially the heart. The “watermelon” version would be effective against emotional problems. Rubellite would help to keep the liver healthy; it would also protect the lymph and joints, not to mention the circulatory system. The blue tourmaline has beneficial effects on the glands like the thyroid, while the green concentrates its benefits on the blood problems (anemia, poisonings).


Tourmaline is associated with different astrological signs depending on its color. Thus, Aries will be helped by green tourmaline; black, too, but she also has a good relationship with Scorpio. As for pink tourmaline, it keeps these two associations but adds an affinity with Libra. Tourmaline is the 52nd wedding anniversary, and it’s the birthstone of October’s children.

Imperial Topaz stone Benefits | Physical and Optical Properties

  • June 25, 2019


Topaz is a mineral of the family of silicates of formula Al2 [F2 SiO4]. The Imperial Topaz is a usually golden variety, whose formula is Al2 SiO4 (F, OH) 2. Like the diamond, it is both hard and brittle. Its hardness index on the Mohs scale is 8, its density ranges from 3.49 to 3.57. An orthorhombic crystalline system, it has a vitreous luster, a conchoidal, uneven fracture, and is transparent to translucent. Its fluorescence is yellow under short ultraviolet rays and beige under long UV. Its glittery gold appearance is undoubtedly caused by its high refractive index and its particular chemical composition, where part of the aluminum is replaced by iron, cobalt, or chromium. Pleochroism varies according to the colors of imperial topaz: it is clear for the yellows,


The color palette presented by the Imperial Topaz ranges from gold and violet to pink, peach, cognac and bright red. The rarest colors are ‘sherry’, cherry, (only 0.5%) and purple, while the more common ones revolve around the golden yellow.


Mineral of magmatic origin, the imperial topaz can be generated by pneumolysis, that is to say that when the magma finishes to crystallize, gases, containing metals, water and other elements, deposit them in fractures. This stone is sometimes found in alluvium.

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The topaz jewelry are rare, the old deposits of Pakistan are now almost exhausted, just like those in Russia. There are some veins in the United States and even in France, Auvergne (Echassières) or Burgundy (Gilly-sur-Loire). However, the main deposits exploited commercially today are those of Brazil. From the mine near Belo Horizonte, in the Ouro Peto region, imperial topazes are extracted from a layer of kaolin where quartz and hematite are also found. The amount of raw stone extracted amounts to about forty kilos per month, of which only 600g will be selected and cut for jewelry.


The choice of the buyer is primarily based on color preferences, followed closely of course by budget considerations … The rose and cherry are the most expensive. As for the size, the colorless ones are often cut in pears, while the colored ones are cut in ovals, in scissors (stairs with triangular facets), in emerald. The stones with many inclusions are found in cabochons, sometimes faceted.


The different shades of imperial topaz open the field to all possible stone-metal combinations. This gem blends with silver, black gold, yellow, pink or white, as well as platinum.

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The topaz name comes from the Greek name of the island of Zabargad, in the Red Sea: Topazos. There were indeed minerals, which were not necessarily topazes … But this name was long wrongly attributed to various minerals, before being clearly attributed to the appropriate mineral, in the seventeenth century, by Anselmus Boëtius de Boodt. The term could also come from the Sanskrit “tupas”, fire.

In ancient Egypt, the imperial topaz was a symbol of the sun, the god Ra, and power. The Greeks and Romans lent him the ability to increase their courage when they went to battle. It was also supposed to cure depression, sterility and fight poisons.

In the middle Ages, it was believed even capable, probably because of its metallic shimmer, to attract gold and facilitate its search.

The Russian tsars, when they took control of all the Russian production of this flamboyant variety of topaz, attached to it the imperial adjective. Kings of Europe, like Premysl Ottokar of Bohemia, king in the 13th century, also took the habit of wearing them: there were deposits in Germany.


Many physical or psychic benefits are attributed to the Imperial Topaz. No doubt because of its flamboyant colors, it is often linked to the idea of ​​enthusiasm, courage, passion, will, in sum of powerful and positive constructive forces.

Thus, it would bring dynamism and creativity, it would increase fertility, combat depression and mental disorders help develop his spiritual quest and good self-knowledge. It would help to carry out the projects and tone the whole body. Some say it may change color near a poisoned food, and may detoxify the liver and gall bladder. It will not be surprising to learn that it is related to the solar plexus, and to the chakras of the heart (especially the rose), forehead and throat.


The imperial topaz is associated with the sign Gemini, which promotes imagination and creativity. It is also connected to Capricorn and Sagittarius. Imperial Topaz is the birthstone of December children, and is associated with the 23rd wedding anniversary.

Properties and virtues of Lapis Lazuli | Mineralogical properties of lapis lazuli

  • June 21, 2019

Extracted and used for 7000 years, lapis lazuli is one of the most popular rocks, in mineralogy, jewelry and litho therapy.  Its millenary history is fascinating, and its multiple powers and virtues make it a stone of a thousand and one riches. In this new article, let’s go to the discovery of the beautiful “azure stone”…

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Mineralogical properties of lapis lazuli

Lapis lazuli is a metamorphic rock of very variable composition that is most often formed in limestone. It consists mainly of lazurite (25 to 40%), which gives it its deep blue color, between azure and ultramarine.

Lapis lazuli is typically dotted with veins of pyrite that have sometimes been confused with gold powder. Other minerals may come into its composition, primarily calcite and sodalite, but also augite, mica or hauynite.

The lazurite present in the stone displays a cubic symmetry. This form of cubic dodecahedron crystals can reach up to 5 cm in diameter, but the pure and geometrically shaped pieces (as in the photo) are very rare.

Although it has the appearance of a hard stone, lapis lazuli has a relatively low hardness of 5.5 to 6. It has a perfect cleavage and a refractive index of 1.5. Variant according to the pyrite powder content, the stone has a density ranging from 2.7 to 2.9.

Lapis lazuli is an opaque; matte- colored stone that derives its value from the intensity and dominance of its blue color. The more it contains veins of white calcite or splinters of pyrite, the less valuable it is.

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The rarest and most beautiful lapis are found in Afghanistan, especially in the province of Badakhshan, where the stone has been mined for thousands of years.  Those of lesser value generally come from Russia, the Lake Baikal region and Siberia. The deposits of Chile, located in Ovalle, extract a paler variety of the stone (note in passing that Lapis lazuli is the “national stone” of the country).

The etymology and the meaning of the word “lapis lazuli”

The name of the stone is composed of the Latin words “lapis” (which means “stone”) and “lazuli” (which means “azure”). The term lazuli comes from the Persian  lâdjaward , itself derived from Sanskrit ” raja farta “, which means “portion of king” (and which indicates the almost sacred value granted to this mineral). The Persian term became lazul in arable, then lazulum in Latin. Literally, lapis lazuli is therefore “the azure stone”.

But the stone has borne various names over the millennia. In antiquity, it was not unusual for it to be confused with another blue stone: sapphire. This was for example the case of Pliny the Elder, Roman author of the first century, but also of Theophrastus in the third century BC. JC and Georgius Agricola in the fifteenth century. The latter described the stone as a sapphire with golden spots, which reminded them of a sky studded with stars.

When it was introduced to Europe from the 5th century AD, it was also referred to as the ultramarinum. This Latin term, which translates as “overseas”, then referred to the distant provenance of the mineral, from beyond the seas. This name was given to the pigment (used in painting) made from lapis lazuli.

Lapis lazuli in history

A multitude of archaeological sites indicate a very ancient use of lapis lazuli, which dates back at least to the Neolithic period (7th millennium BC). It is found in the form of beads, pendants, daggers, ornaments, and amulets. It was obviously the object of a vast commercial network, between Afghanistan, the Valley of the Indus, Mesopotamia and Egypt.

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For ancient civilizations in the Near East and Egypt, lapis lazuli was the true gemstone, more prized than gold itself.  Although it is today relegated to the rank of semi-precious stone, it is not exaggerated to say, like Michèle Casanova , that the place it occupied then is that of diamond in modern societies .

Lapis lazuli is at the peak of its symbolic and physical value during the Bronze Age, in the middle of the 3rd millennium.  The Sumerians call it “the stone of stones” and locate the palace of their “Great Goddess” under a mountain of lapis lazuli. Its ultramarine blue dotted with golden stars evokes the sky and its supernatural powers. There are beautiful lapis lazuli artifacts from this period, including the tombs of Ur’s Royal Cemetery in Iraq, Mari and the Royal Palace of Ebla in Syria. It is the stone of elites, princes and gods.

It is then used to create a multitude of ostentatious objects (statuettes of animals, seals, amulets, etc.) and it is lent powerful virtues. She is reputed to repel the forces of evil and she symbolizes perfection. It is in this context that in the 3rd and 2nd millennium spreads in the Middle East and Egypt, the idea that “to own a parcel of lapis lazuli, it is to possess a parcel of divine. “

Lapis lazuli is therefore the symbol of power, spiritual and political. She is at the same time the “stone of the gods”, in particular of the Egyptian goddess Isis, and the “stone of the Pharaohs”. The latter fashioned it in a thousand ways (amulets, scarabs, ornaments …) and used it among others to make the eyes of their statues and statuettes. The Louvre Museum in Paris exhibits, for example, the statue of Ebih-II, whose pupils were encrusted with lapis lazuli. The funerary mask of Tutankhamun is also encrusted with lapis lazuli, in the eyebrows.

In Greco-Roman antiquity, lapis lazuli does not occupy a truly remarkable place.  The Romans lend it aphrodisiac virtues, and use it as an antidote to snake bites. Besides that, it is ground and used as a cosmetic. It is this use of stone that will develop later in medieval Europe.

From 1400, lapis lazuli is mainly used to make a pigment used in painting: ultramarine blue.  It is this pigment which will be used, for example, to realize the sky of the Sistine Chapel in Rome.

It is extremely expensive but will remain in common use among painters until the nineteenth century, date from which it is replaced by a synthetic pigment.

Still available today, the prices of this natural ultramarine or “ultramarine” can reach 20,000 € per kilo, depending on its quality and provenance.

Use of lapis lazuli in litho therapy

The crystallized lapis lazuli is a very powerful stone, but it is quite rare and therefore relatively expensive. For best results, use lapis lazuli with a strong ultramarine blue color and pyrite chips with lighter ones and white veins.

Virtues of lapis lazuli against physical ailments

At the physical level, lapis lazuli is a stone of balance, calming, regulation and repair.  In the middle Ages, the stone was known for its rejuvenating action on the body, and it was said that it allowed maintaining healthy limbs.

It is a beneficial stone on many levels. It helps in different types of eye disorders by improving the functioning of the eyes and particularly affects the night vision. Its energetic action helps to fight against certain allergies. It is also recommended to lower fever.

It is very effective in treating the kidneys because it regulates the level of water in the body. Its medicinal properties are manifested especially in the bladder, the digestive system, the mouth and the stomach. It calms the vomiting, relieves the painful menstruation and maintains the endocrine glands. But that’s not all…

Skin disorders

Lapis lazuli is especially recommended for insect stings or skin rashes. The calming effect of its cold blue reduces the pain and helps to reduce inflammation. It is also recommended in case of burns. You can use it to massage and relieve the affected part. In general, it strengthens the skin and helps fight against diseases affecting this organ (allergies, eczema, etc.).

Hair and nails

It is from the basic chakra (or root chakra) that the lapis lazuli works on the acceleration of the hair regrowth and that of the nails. It also helps to solve the dandruff problems and allows having beautiful hair. You can use an elixir of lapis lazuli for this purpose.

Throat and respiratory system

When placed or worn at the throat chakra, lapis lazuli is particularly beneficial to this area of ​​the body. It plays a role in strengthening the lungs, fortifies the throat, activates the functioning of the thymus and provides help in diseases of the pharynx.

The stone is known to stop coughing and sneezing. In particular, it reduces the inflammation of the tonsils and the area between the throat and the upper part of the lungs (the bronchi, the pharynx, etc.). It is a recommended stone for asthmatics.


Lapis lazuli strengthens and regulates blood pressure. It is beneficial for people suffering from high blood pressure. However, it is all but an asset for those who have low blood pressure. The latter are advised not to carry the stone, nor to keep it in their rooms during their sleep.

Migraines and headaches

Lapis lazuli is known for its ability to soothe headaches. You can take advantage of its healing action by providing a roller and applying it on the painful areas of the head or cervical. To prevent the recurrence of migraine, sleep with a lapis lazuli stone under your pillow for a few days.

Hearing and tinnitus

Lapis lazuli is reputed to be a stone beneficial to the auditory system. It helps in case of loss of hearing. For people with tinnitus, it is advisable to massage the ear area with a lapis lazuli, in order to reduce the volume and intensity of whistling or ghost noise.

Psychic and psychological virtues of lapis lazuli

On a psychological and spiritual level, lapis lazuli elevates the soul and stabilizes the mind. It is a stone that brings wisdom, self-confidence, intuition and creative expression. It helps introspection, inner discipline and allows being at once more vigorous, more concentrated and more serene.

A symbol of protection, lapis lazuli helps you through difficult moments and situations. He is able to revive the courage of his owner, free him from his anxieties and relieve his stress. Lapis lazuli extinguishes anger, brings peace and serenity, and makes it possible to confront the truth with objectivity and clarity.

Spiritual elevation and creative expression

The appearance of the lapis physically reveals its celestial power. It allows us, indeed, to merge in the starry vault to better understand our position in the universe. The stone thus plays a role in improving the sharpness of the mind and stimulating the creative expression. Being an excellent diagnosis of deficiency, she also helps in the correction of weaknesses psychic and psychological.

Courage and self-confidence

Lapis stone is best suited to shy, introverted and withdrawn people, as it enhances self-confidence through self- acceptance. Being a symbol of a strong personality and hope, it gives courage to people wishing to move forward and exceed their limits. It also shapes humor and spread, and presents itself as the ideal stone in all areas of communication.

Memory of dreams and lucid dreams

Lapis lazuli, as a stone promoting inner vision, also facilitates the memory of dreams, their interpretation, and the advent of lucid dreams.

Depression and anxiety

Lapis lazuli helps to harmonize the different physical, psychological, and spiritual planes and prevents imbalances that are likely to cause malaise and the appearance of depressive states. It helps to overcome depression and get rid of anxiety and old fears.

Opening of the 3rd eye

It is sometimes recommended to wear lapis lazuli as a ferroniere in the middle of the forehead because it opens the third eye and stimulates the inner vision, the intuition and the higher faculties of the mind. Lapis is known for its ability to activate clairvoyance and promote radiesthesia research. This is a stone capable of connecting the higher self with the divine guide and facilitating meditation.

Amethyst for romantic relationships | Benefits of Amethyst

  • June 21, 2019

If you are looking for the soul mate, the person who will settle with you and embark on a journey that lasts a lifetime, move with an amethyst in your pocket.

On the other hand, if you feel that your partner is getting tired of you, give him an amethyst and the stone will stir the flame. It can be a ring, a pendant or even a simple lucky stone.

The phrase “you are your own enemy” is surely not unknown to you. Self-delusion, especially concerning love, caused more pain than any other human invention. Amethyst preserves self-delusion and allows you to see things with discernment.

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Cleaning and maintenance of amethyst

You can unload your Amethyst under running water or by dipping it in salty spring water. Recharge by the light of the moon, and ideally that of the full moon. Avoid refilling your amethyst in the sunlight, which could eventually alter its color.

Amethyst geodes are themselves used to purify and recharge other stones. The purification of an amethyst geode is done in the light of the sun, and its recharging in the light of the moon, ideally during the new moon.

As you contend, the virtues of amethyst are numerous. If you use this stone in a way that would not have been described here, feel free to share your experience on this site or on our Facebook page!

Calming your places of life with Amethyst Stone | Amethyst Gemstone

  • June 21, 2019

Calming your places of life

You can dispose amethyst clusters and geodes in your home to maintain a positive vitality in your place of life.

An amethyst placed on the edge of a window is very effective in protecting against sickness and negative waves. Keep this window open at night so that it receives moonlight and can restore it as soothing energy during the day.

Arrange amethyst varieties in a room where the atmosphere is generally tense, including offices of stressful occupations. Amethyst is a stone of peace that distils love and happiness to those who come in contact with it.

Protect your place of life

Bury amethyst at each entrance to your home to guard against theft. Some fragments will do the trick. Do not forget to bury them under each window and door. If you have a window where the earth is out of reach, a window above a cement patio or a porch for example, places fragments or a crystal on the glass.

Use the same technique to protect yourself from harm. Amethyst protects your home and prevents anyone who wants to hurt you or your loved ones from entering your home.

Fight against addictions

The phenomenon of addiction is complex and must be understood both as a physiological and psychological process. Amethyst is in any case likely to help you get rid of your addictions.

If you suffer from an addiction you can hardly break you, an amethyst crystal can be of great help. Hold one and ask him to free you from your addiction. Then, draw the strength of the crystal. Amethyst releases all kinds of addictions, especially alcoholism.

Facilitate sleep

If you have trouble falling asleep, you are an insomniac or have restless nights, place an amethyst under your pillow to find peaceful nights.

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Before going to sleep, you can hold your amethyst in hand and let you get a feeling of relaxation. For example, you can imagine yourself in the center of a giant amethyst geode to reinforce your attention to the power of the stone.

Promote dreams

To help you multiply your dreams and remember it upon awakening, drag an amethyst in a headband and wear while you sleep. If this solution is not comfortable, just place it under your pillow.

To best develop your dream memory, always write them down in a small notebook as soon as you wake up. Do not forget to regularly purify your stone by dipping it in a large bowl of clear water.

An amethyst placed under your pillow also protects you from nightmares.

Access to the Higher Self

In order to commune with your Higher Self, choose a peaceful moment during which you will not be disturbed. Take an amethyst in each hand. Breathe deeply, close your eyes and feel the powers of the stone. Let them run from your arms to your head. When you feel their effect consciously, invite your guiding spirit to introduce them and to discuss with you. This exercise allows you to unite with your Higher Self.

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Meditation and concentration

Hold an amethyst in each hand during meditation. It is excellent for meditation because it helps to improve the accuracy of visions. It helps, in a general way, to have a better concentration.