Monday, 8 November 2021

Planting Amethyst And Methane Emmisions

This is the second of our posts in connection with COP26, looking at how we can integrate crystal planting into making Earth centred choices for the health and wellbeing of our planet, her myriad of lifeforms, and thus ourselves. 

One of the key agreements made in the first few days of COP26 last week was to reduce emissions of methane. Landfill is one of the major emitters of this powerful and destructive greenhouse gas, and the toxic effect of the copious amounts of rubbish we produce is not only a significant contributor to climate change but is also a health risk to all those living or working within its vicinity.

Sadly our collective materialistic, throw away culture of the last few decades has left our planet swamped with large amounts of rubbish some of which can take up to 1000 years to decompose. 

So what can we do? 

Once again the starting point is to change our behaviour and produce less waste. Reducing, recycling, and reusing are all key to interweave into our lifestyles. Once we are doing all we can in these respects, amethyst can be used in a variety of ways both to protect against the negative effects of the remaining rubbish, and to redirect earthward its negative energy eminence for transmutation back to positive energy.

Amethyst is a beautiful purple crystal which like pyrite comes in many forms, and when appropriately programmed (respectively asked), has a great capacity for absorption, redirection and transmutation of the negative energies associated with waste. In this respect it can be used to grid and energy contain landfill, home and community rubbish and recycling facilities. In addition it can be programmed and planted to energy grid home, schools and workplaces to protect against the negative effect of these energies and worn or carried to provide protection against negative environmental energies in general at a personal level.

Like pyrite, amethyst is readily available, relatively inexpensive and simple to apply in the ways given, and is thus our second key crystal tool in helping to reduce climate change. 

Further information about this aspect of crystal planting is available in the pages section of this blog and on Crystal Earthworks website: 

Amethyst in some of its many forms

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