Choose from the following:
- Amethyst 4mm Beads
- Amethyst, Clear Quartz, & Peridot 6 mm Beads
- Amethyst, Fluorite, & Green Aventurine 6mm Beads
- Amethyst 8mm Bead
- Amethyst with Angel Wing Art of Luck 8 mm Beads
- Amethyst with Light Wood Lucky Karma 8 mm Beads
- Amethyst with Light Wood KIDS Lucky Karma 8 mm Beads
Key Phrase: Transformation
Chakra(s): third eye and crown
About the stone: Amethyst is a variety of Quartz (crystalline silicon dioxide) with a natural violet color due to the impurity of iron, other trace elements, and irradiation. Amethyst crystallizes in the trigonal system and is found in open cavities.
Astrological sign(s): Aquarius
Number(s): 11, 22, and 33
Mohs scale: 7
Affirmation: I create my reality. I can change my reality. It’s easy for me to transform and transmute challenging situations. I use my intuition and follow my hunches. I am aligned with higher wisdom. I pay attention to my dreams and easily interpret them.
Amethyst helps protect you from psychic attacks and clear out the negative thoughts of the day. This stone is perfect to invite the angelic vibes of Archangels Gabriel, Metatron, Raziel, Tzaphkiel, and Zadkiel.
The purple vibration in amethyst has powerful transformative qualities. To use this vibration in changing unwanted situations, imagine yourself surrounded by a vibrating, glowing bubble of violet light emanating from the stone. As you imagine this, know that all that you are upset about or challenged by is currently being transformed and transmuted into something powerful. Imagine the situation changing to what you do want versus how it currently is. The vibration of your imagination of how you want your life to be combined with the violet light will effectuate change.
When you realize your emotions need to be transformed or significantly shifted, amethyst’s purple energy gives you the strength and wherewithal to make the change. Imagine yourself surround by the purple energy of this gemstone as you focus on how you would like to feel.
Excerpted from The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals, and Stones (Llewellyn. 2013) by Margaret Ann Lembo