Calme les émotions, crée de la clarté dans les pensées, et aide à atteindre la sagesse. L'améthyste est une pierre de l'esprit, elle apporte le calme et la clarté, vous aide à entrer en contact avec votre intuition, les sentiments et les vraies valeurs. Elle a longtemps été considérée comme une aide à la sobriété et donc utile pour la lutte contre l'alcool, la nourriture et d'autres dépendances. Elle calme aussi les comportements compulsifs obsessionnel.
· Son symbole : La pureté de l’âme. Le pouvoir et le bonheur. La sincérité. Humilité et sagesse. Elle donne de l’équilibre et protège contre les mauvaises pensées. Le mauve lutte contre la dépression et stimule le développement spirituel.
· A qui je l'offre : A ma maman chérie ou à ma grand-mère femmes
· Sa légende : Dans l'Antiquité, on taillait des coupes d'améthyste pour y boire le vin, ce qui évitait aux convives de s'enivrer.
Because colors resonate a myriad of concepts, amethyst shouts royalty with its rich violet, lilac and purple tones. It is one of the countless varieties of quartz, a gem mineral that naturally thrives on our planet. Amethyst occurs mostly in granite and gneiss, as well as other igneous and metamorphic rocks; and depending on the geographic location where it’s collected, its physical properties can significantly vary.
Amethyst throughout History
Due to its glorious royal appeal, amethyst has been adored for thousands of years, from ancient Egypt to the crown jewels of kingdoms of new and old. For many early civilizations this stone was much more appreciated and valued much higher than gems like ruby or sapphire, and therefore its story will forever be painted in exquisite manners. Greek mythology tells us the tale of Dionysius who became tremendously intoxicated both with red wine and anger for a young virgin whose name was Amethyst – and after asking a fellow goddess for help and realizing that she turned Amethyst into a sparkling white stone, his flowing tears became mixed with the red wine in the chalice he was holding, and once spilled over the shimmering rock, it magically saturated until it magically became the royal-purple stone that we now call Amethyst.
Amethyst’s healing properties
Etymologically, the word amethyst derives straight from the Greek word amethustos, which means being sober and having a clear and focused mind. Since the stories of old, amethyst is known for inhibiting intoxicated states of mind, repelling dark thoughts, sharpen intelligence and business skills, protect the immune system and successfully drive its bearer to whatever goal he has in mind. Amethyst is known for making one find its own self by bringing forth the brightest and most sincere humane aspirations while keeping one’s animalistic and primal nature in check.
Amethyst cleanses both the body and the mind, bringing balance and blissful stability to its bearer’s life, thus being highly recommended for those dealing with a great amount of daily stress that inhibits any possibility of relaxation and deep sleep. Those facing depression or chemical dependence also benefit from the mineral’s healing properties, for it brings harmony and peace to one’s thoughts and true will.
In order to keep your amethysts eternally vivid, make sure to keep them safe from direct sunlight and extreme heat, as well as any toxic household product. Keeping them clean simply requires a gracious scrubbing with a soft cloth in a solution of soap and lukewarm water.