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Question: Can I combine snowflake obsidian and amethyst?
Thank you so much for reaching out!
I am so excited to hear that you are starting to explore the amazing energies of crystals and are interested in learning more.
You absolutely can combine any and all crystals and wear them together.
Just like humans, every crystal has it's own unique abilities and can be worked with in different ways.
For the stones that you purchased, here is a general overview of each:
Snowflake Obsidian - a “stone of purity,” bringing truth and balance to the mind, body, and spirit, and is especially empowering for accepting change and transformation in one’s life. It calms and soothes the system, and helps one be more receptive to recognizing unnecessary patterns of negativity, self-defeat, “poor me” victimization, or unyielding emotional stress. Snowflake Obsidian allows one to see through the darkness of adversity and to realign with the light, perceiving sources of support that may have been overlooked or taken for granted, and to find the strength and willingness to shift one’s reality for the better. It inspires new ideas to improve one’s condition, and opens new pathways of spiritual thought and connection. It increases one’s psychic sensitivity for recognizing meaningful synchronicities pointing the way to one’s higher path.
Amethyst - I often refer to Amethyst as being the work horse of the crystal world. It seriously does soooo much! It is called the “All-healer" for good reason. Amethyst is one of the most effective crystals for healing people, plants and animals. It is also a good stone for protection and can take any ill-willed energy, turn it into positive energy and send that back to the universe. It is good for calming energies and is useful when battling headaches or insomnia. It is a great stone to use for helping to open the Third Eye, especially during meditation.
I hope this helps! Good luck in this new journey!
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