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Enjoying the Wonder of Crystals Part 4 – By Victoria Lafean

By Victoria Lafean

Headaches and Amethyst

Amethyst is a powerful healer for ills influenced by the Brow Chakra. Amethyst is a purple to lavender stone and is one of the most common crystals. Amethyst carries a high vibration that connects to the brain, neuro centers, and can take you into beta brain waves. It eases headaches and releases tension. It is highly recommended for the treatment of not only headaches, but migraines also.

Lay down in a comfortable position and use a pillow to ease tension in your neck.

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Place a tumbled Amethyst crystal on your forehead as near to the spot where you feel the pain. You can also place a small single terminated Amethyst under your head at the base of your skull with the point facing toward your feet. The single terminated Amethyst works best with migraines, according to Rodenbeck’s book Crystals for Everyday Living. However, if you only have the tumbled Amethyst, that will work just fine.

Close your eyes and follow your breathing all the way in and all the way out. Relax your muscles starting at your feet and work your way up. Pay special attention to relaxing your mouth and jaw. We tend to hold a lot of tension in those places.

Leave the layout and focus your breathing for 15 to 20 minutes.

This healing technique can be coupled with medication, but the ultimate goal is to treat your headaches and migraines with only the healing power of crystals.

Next time, we will cover the cleansing and charging of your crystals. With all the layouts Rodenbeck an I have taught you we now need to show you the proper way to keep your crystals in working order.


Victoria Lafean has been writing since the age of seven. She previously focused on journalism in college, serving as editor in chief of the Erie Square Gazette and receiving a degree in Journalism. After starting a writer’s workshop at the Newton Falls Library in Ohio, and creating a monthly newsletter for The Pines at Brookhouse Assisted Living, Lafean shifted her focus to becoming a well-established author. Wicker Hill is her first novel and O.C.D One Cool Dude is her first children’s book. Both are available through Amazon and Createspace.

Lafean currently resides in Fort Irwin, California. Lafean’s husband Evan is currently serving as a soldier in the U.S Army. Her hometown is Port Huron Michigan. Both Evan and Victoria hope to return after Evan completes his military service.


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