Ametrine Meanings

Key words: mental and spiritual clarity, decisiveness

Chakras: Solar plexus, crown

Elements: Wind, Fire

Zodiac Signs: Libra, Gemini

Number: 4

Ametrine Crystal Healing Properties:
Ametrine assists one to overcome the fear of action or progress. It clears mental fogginess and keeps the mind focussed and alert. It is a ‘stone of the muses’ and can help one to connect with and manifest inspired ideas. Ametrine helps to develop a strong sense of one’s own power and potential. It can be used to enhance learning and information retention and also assists with digestive issues and stimulation of metabolism.

Ametrine History and Uses:
Ametrine is a mixture of Amethyst and Citrine and is also known as Trystine or Bolivianite. The different colours are produced by the iron in the stone oxidising at different rates due to exposure to different temperatures as the crystal is formed. The first record of this stone was in seventeenth century Spain when it was presented to the Queen as a gift from the New World. Legend of the Bolivian Ametrine states that a mine was given to a spanish conquistador Felipe de Urriola y Goitia as a dowry gift from Anahi an Ayoreo princess. When it came time for him to return to Spain Anahi planned to go with him, against the wishes of her people, who attempted to kill Don Felipe to prevent him from taking her. However Anahi was accidently killed as she was warning him of his fate and as she lay dying she gave him an Ametrine crystal. The two colours in the stone, purple and orange, representing how she was torn between the love for her tribe and love for her husband.

Ametrine Geological Description:
Ametrine is a combination of Amethyst and Citrine in the same stone. It is a member of the quartz family, with a hardness of 7. Ametrine is found in Brazil, Uruguay and Bolivia.

Affirmation: I align my thoughts and will to the Divine pattern of my spiritual purpose