Buy Amethyst pendulum facet
Amethyst pendulum facet approx. 3 cm long.
How Amethyst works
Amethyst is one of the most famous stones. He is known for clearing your head and bringing self-insight, so that you learn to look honestly at yourself. You can therefore recognize and leave behind bad habits and addictions. The insight you can gain into your feelings helps you to give certain experiences a place. This is how the stone helps to process sadness, anger, negative thoughts and traumas. Amethyst also promotes spiritual growth and in gemstone therapy it is widely used against migraines and sleeping problems. Amethyst has a positive effect on the circulatory system, blood composition, nervous system, heart and vessels. The stone promotes concentration, spirituality, intuition, the feeling of compassion and helps to find the silence within yourself. The stone has a beneficial effect on headaches, migraines, whiplash, insomnia, nightmares, diabetes, malfunctioning pancreas, stress and nervousness. Amethyst can have a cleansing effect on the body, but is also very suitable for purifying spaces. The stone is used, among other things, in healing, meditation, regression therapy, massage and gemstone therapy.
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Third eye chakra (6th) and crown chakra (7th)
Capricorn (December 22 to January 20), Pisces (February 20 to March 20), and Aquarius (January 21 to February 19)
Amethyst can be cleaned and charged in all ways.
Note Amethyst can discolor under the influence of (bright) sunlight and then lose its deep purple color.