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A Calming Crystal for Animals

A Calming Crystal for Animals

Humans know that the energies of certain crystals can help to calm us and ease our troubled spirits. Now you can learn how to use the power of crystal energies to help your companion animals, as well.

One crystal may be used to help train a young, hot-headed animal, ease separation anxiety, and soothe away fear and stress. Find out what it is, here:

AMETHYST is a wonderfully helpful calming stone. You can place this stone near your animalís bed, or place a medium-sized cluster in a central position in a family room such as the living room.

Here are some of the ways that amethyst crystals can help your companion animal:

* Helps with bereavement and grief after losing a loved one
* Eases insomnia or nightmares
* Aids in training wild, hot-headed, young, or temperamental animals
* Is a generally calming influence, dispelling negativity
* Eases separation anxiety
* Soothes stress

Read more: Pets, Remedies & Treatments, ,

Adapted from Crystal Healing for Animals, by Martin J. Scott and Gael Mariani (Findhorn Press, 2002). COpyright (c) 2002 by Martin J. Scott and Gael Mariani. Reprinted by permission of Findhorn Press.
Adapted from Crystal Healing for Animals, by Martin J. Scott and Gael Mariani (Findhorn Press, 2002).

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1:05PM PDT on Mar 11, 2013

Interesting. I was not familiar with amethyst being a stone for calm.

4:39AM PST on Feb 22, 2013


10:40AM PST on Feb 9, 2013


8:25AM PST on Feb 8, 2013

interesting. i wonder if you could put a small amethyst on your animal's collar?

3:15AM PST on Feb 8, 2013

aye, didn't know it could also be used for pets! i suppose the color that is associated with amethyst would work as well

10:45AM PST on Feb 6, 2013

I love amethysts; wouldn't have thought about using them for pets before reading this. Thanks.

2:59PM PDT on May 29, 2012

thank you, i will see if my beagle calms down :)

10:30AM PST on Feb 9, 2012

No wonder so many have affinities for amethysts!

5:07AM PDT on Sep 25, 2011

Thank you

7:39PM PDT on Sep 20, 2011

Thanks for the post.

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