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Amethyst Crystal Lamps & Their Benefits

“Amethyst lamps are made from amethyst crystals that possess the power to help with emotional issues, energy healing, physical ailments, and chakra balancing…”

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Peace Everyone,

Sorry I have not written about crystals for a while, so I wanted to make a quick update to tell you about this amethyst crystal lamp and its benefits. When I happened upon this lamp, my mind was blown. I love the color. Purple is one of my favorite colors, and it is definitely a different approach to the Himalayan salt lamp. I already have a selenite lamp, but this one is on the list to buy soon.

Read More: Selenite Lamps & Their Benefits

Amethyst Crystal Meaning

The word “amethyst” comes from the Greek meaning “without drunkenness.” According to crystal cure, it’s a stone that comes in shades of purple, and it can be worn to instil a sober mind. Amethyst can help with insomnia and can bring about pleasant dreams. In the time of the Egyptians, they used amethyst as a protection stone to guard against self-deception. Amethyst can be used to keep the air life force in the home clean and positive.

Healing Properties of Amethyst

  1. Used to help in healing problems in the blood and breathing.
  2. Heal negativity in the home.
  3. Increased meditation focus.
  4. Helps relieve headaches.
  5. Overcome fears and cravings.
  6. chakra healing and balancing

Mediation With Amethyst

The color of amethyst corresponds to the crown chakra. The amethyst lamp energy allows one to be humble and give into what is greater than yourself. It is said to be one of the best crystals for meditation. According to crystal vaults: ” It encourages new ideas and relates cause with effect. It also balances out highs and lows for emotional and spiritual centering.”

I love the color of this lamp, and I feel I have learned a lot about it’s uses and I can’t wait to add this to my home.

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For some ripe bell peppers. 
Getting there. 

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