Soft Pink Amethyst hearts come in a variety of sizes. They are pink in color and the sizes vary from 4 inches to 10 inches. They are polished and contain druzy inclusions.
Pink Amethyst was discovered in 2019 in Patagonia, Argentina, and is the only place it has ever been found. Since it is reliant on this individual site, it is considered to be a very rare crystal.
The primary distinction between pink and normal amethyst is that whereas purple amethyst places a strong emphasis on the mental realms, pink amethyst prefers that you see the ordinary world from a higher vantage point. It is, then, a milder kind of the stone, one with a certain amount of grounding to keep things Earth-focused.
Amethyst is a protective, healing, and purifying stone. It can be found in Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay, Zambia, Australia, India, Madagascar, Mexico, Morocco, Russia, South Korea, and the US. It has a hardness score of 7. It is a crystalline quartz in colors ranging from pale lilac to deep reddish purple.
The name is derived from the ancient Greek work amethustos, meaning sober. It was said that an amethyst could prevent the bearer from becoming excessively drunk and also instills a sober and serious mind. In Greek mythology, amethyst was a rock crystal dyed purple by the tears of Dionysus, the god of wine and revelry.
Amethyst is associated with the crown and third-eye chakra. It is even said to bridge the gap between the physical and the spiritual realms. The stone helps facilitate conscious connection with Spirit Guides, angels, and source. It can clear one’s energy field of negative influences and attachments, and can thereby facilitate the creation of an energetic shield. It brings inner peace, helps with grief, and awakens awareness. It releases addictions and can aid giving up bad habits.