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At a base level, Amethyst is renowned for bringing a sense of calm and clarity to our chaotic world. Those who keep Amethyst close will find that they feel comforted, grounded, and soothed in a truly uplifting way
Silicon dioxide. Its purple coloring is usually caused by impurities of iron or manganese compounds. Light to dark purple. Sometimes banded with purple and whitish lines. It may also be mixed together with citrine. Occurs in all mineral environments, especially in igneous environments.
The Amethyst crystal glitters across the spectrum; this purplish stone can be pale pink in hue or as deep and violet as a dream. The mineral quartz is rarely a constant, one stone can hold a whole host of varying shades and for this reason, it is considered to be one of the most beautiful crystal quartzes in the world. Far from a stagnant stone, Amethyst can change with the rise and fall of the light or when placed at different temperatures. It evolves with the body, and because of this, it is closely connected to our conscious experience of this life.
Ranging from the simple to the sublime; there are endless Amethyst stone benefits that cover the mind, the body, and the soul, sweeps away negativity, helps with decision making
Because Amethyst centers on emotions, it can be a beautiful aide in recovery for those suffering from the overwhelming emotions that come with grief, loss, and all shades of sadness. Thanks to its divine spirituality, it’s a great stone for reminding people not to fear the unknown.
It also works wonderfully for those who tend to be quick to anger as it effectively dissipates the growth of rage and replaces it with a halo of serenity that can be hard to cut through.
While Amethyst works to sweep negativity away from clouding the mind, it also seems to trigger a spark that unveils our deepest wells of inspiration. When our mind is calm and focused we are able to tap into our creative mind and unveil all those ideas and interests that were stashed behind the wall of inner chaos.
The purple Amethyst makes its connection with the zodiac sign Pisces. Associated with the month of February; a calendar turn brimming with love and the chill winds of the end of winter, Amethyst brings love, light, and its crowning calm to see the wearer through until the first rites of spring.
Amethyst is the birthstone for Aquarians, those cool and collected water-bearers of the world. Another visionary star sign, those born under the sign of Aquarius are known for seeing deeply, having high levels of intellect, and for not being afraid of using their assertive nature. While they have a reputation for being a little bit too analytical and perhaps slightly chilly, the Amethyst makes a great companion when it comes to balancing out the water bearers by bringing its calm communication skills to the table and inviting Aquarians to keep the best of their nature.