Amethyst Generator #4 Tall - Quality A
We all know that we need to be careful with the energy we emit, which is why it is so important to keep generator crystals in your space. Not only do they amplify the properties of the crystal, but they also direct energy upward to the universe. Place one of our “A Quality” Amethyst Generators in the center of your altar or crystal grid to better connect with your spiritual side, and also in strategic areas of your room to influence the energy.
Whether it’s a pair of earrings, a necklace, a ring, or in this case a generator! Amethyst is one of the most popular gems in the world. This purple stone (light to dark shades of purple-violet) has been associated with royalty for centuries and is still considered to be fashionable and classy today. Amethyst’s meaning makes it an excellent choice for jewelry that not only looks good but also offers protection and peace of mind. Let’s take a look at this gemstone’s history, what makes it special scientifically, and why you might want to consider adding some amethyst to your collection.
Amethyst is a beautiful and protective stone of balance and harmony. It is a stone of the heart, mind, and spirit. It has been considered a powerful healing stone for thousands of years, and its properties make it ideal for meditation and spiritual growth opening the third eye chakra to allow you to receive spiritual wisdom more easily and increase your psychic abilities. Strengthening your intuition so that you can trust what comes through this channel as coming from within yourself rather than from outside influences.
In Greek mythology, Amethyst was a young girl who became a target for the Greek God Dionysus. He became intoxicated and attempted to rape her. When Amethyst cried out to her Goddess for help, she immediately turned her into a stone known as amethyst. The name amethyst comes from the Greek word amethustos, meaning “not drunk” or “sober”; it was believed that this stone would prevent drunkenness if worn on the person or in their home.
Find out more in our blog, What on Earth is Amethyst?