Richway BioMat Amethyst & Tourmaline Pillow
Natural Infrared Rays And Negative Ions
Get a good night's sleep with an amethyst and tourmaline pillow
Better quality elastic memory foam, 100% cotton cover, natural amethyst and natural tourmaline
The Elastic Polyurethane Memory Foam Pillow was originally developed for NASA. This space age memory foam is ultra responsive and conforms to your head and neck to ensure an anatomically supportive sleep posture. The therapeutic shape provides additional support for your neck while comfortably cradling your head. The luxurious amethyst and tourmaline cover will naturally generate infrared rays. The cover can be easily removed for cleaning.
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How the Bio Mat Pillow Works
Natural infrared rays are generated from the amethyst and tourmaline gemstones. These rays will comfort you as you use the Biomat. The Amethyst Pillow was designed to keep your head cool during long sessions on the Biomat. The alternating channels of amethyst and tourmaline allow air to flow while you fall into a deep sleep. Amethyst has been used for centuries because of the power of the Earth's energies that have been absorbed by these sacred objects. In turn, they inherit vital healing powers. Amethyst, as a healing stone, is believed to have sobering and calming qualities. This stone is commonly associated with peace. It has been deemed “nature’s tranquilizer” by many healers because of its effectiveness in relaxing the mind. Besides being a stone of tranquility and repose, Amethyst is also believed to enhance mental strength, stability, and vigor.
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Since ancient times, Amethyst has been universally accepted as the healing crystal. There are a number of ways to incorporate it into a healing practice. Amethyst is a crystal that is believed to purify the body and align the chakras. By transforming energies on all levels, Amethyst also is believed to have the ability to balance and stabilize energies located within certain areas. The benefit of using a crystal lies in the healer being able to “detach” him or herself from the healing process. The healer assigns the healing channel to the crystal, which frees the healer from involvement in the process. The healing process then becomes: universal energy > the Amethyst > the recipient. Notice that the healer and the ego are not part of the process. The healer is able to carry on with a healing session acting solely as the channel. The ego has less opportunity to take the credit for itself, because the healing channel has been assigned to the Amethyst by the healer.
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Amethyst healing has been associated with an art and practice, done on a metaphysical level that has been rediscovered because of the power of the Earth’s energies that have been absorbed by these sacred objects. In turn, they inherit vital healing powers. Some believe that amethyst has physical, spiritual, calming and zodiacal powers that can be used to calm the mind, body and spirit. Amethyst has come to be known as a power crystal associated with prolific healing powers that can be characterized as purifying, pacifying and transitional. Amethyst has the ability to transform lower energies into higher ones, and acts as a healer on all levels of mind, body and spirit. The healing powers of Amethyst date back as far as the ancient Greeks who believed that Amethyst protected a person from the intoxicating effects of alcohol. The word “Amethyst” is of Greek origin, and is translated as - “Amethystus” intoxicated (“-methystos” from “methyein” or intoxicated, “methy” = wine).
Tourmalines are abundant, complex boron and aluminum silicate minerals of variable composition.
Tourmaline comes in a wide range of colors, depending on its mineral composition. Black is the most common. Colors can vary from clear, to pink, rosy red, yellow, honey, green, blue, violet, brown and black. Some crystals are pink at one end and green at the other. Concentric color zoning often occurs as well. The colored varieties, when transparent and flawless, are cut as gems. In addition to its use as a gem, tourmaline is employed in pressure devices because of its piezoelectric properties. Tourmaline forms slender, 3-, 6-, or 9-sided prismatic crystals (hexagonal system) in parallel or radiating groups, which causes it to develop an electrical charge when heated or deformed. Pieces cut perpendicular to the long axis can polarize light, and a pair of these plates form a very simple polarizing apparatus known as tourmaline tongs.