A single, semiprecious quartz believed to stimulate the mind and soothe the heart
Amethyst, the stone of St. Valentine, symbolizes faithful love. It’s believed to carry the powers of passion and creativity, tempered by willpower and logic. The purple color ranges from lilac to deep violet, depending upon the amount of iron in the stone.
Amethyst is also known in healing circles as a stone of spirituality and contentment, because it’s believed to have powers to help still the mind and soothe emotions. Valued since ancient times, amethyst was worn and carried by Greeks and Romans to keep from getting overly impassioned or losing their wits. Practitioners use it to help purify feelings around negative attachments and create a protective shield allowing for a sense of clarity and centeredness for spiritual practices. It is said to help stimulate and strengthen intuition which expands the higher mind, fostering wisdom and broader understanding while refining the flow of thoughts and aiding creativity. Note that crystal practitioners use crystals for specific purposes. This information is not intended to diagnose or treat health conditions.
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