So, last Friday I had this dream:
My Twin Flame and I were talking, at at one point, he smiles, pulls out a chunk of amethyst from a pocket and says to me, “You gave this to me.” And I nodded in that, “Yes, I know, what is your point” kind of way. And he stressed it again, and pointed at me with it. “You gave this to me.” And I smiled back and gave him a look that asked, “Yes, I know… And what are you going to do about it?”
When I woke up, I looked up “Amethyst dreams” on the ever-so-handy Dream Moods Dictionary website:
To see an amethyst in your dream signifies peace of mind and satisfaction in your professional and personal life. You are content with where you are in your life. It does not take much to make you happy.
And I thought, Hm. I give him peace of mind and satisfaction in all areas of his life. This isn’t new information for me; no wonder I didn’t seem surprised in the dream. (Yet now I can’t help but wonder if it’s information he is only just now starting to truly acknowledge and embrace. Hmmmm.)
So that’s kinda how I looked at the dream, until I discussed it with my sister, and she pointed out, “Yeah, but didn’t you give him a chunk of amethyst.”
I said, That’s what I said. In the dream, he said I gave him the amethyst he held in his hand.
My sister said, “No… Not that. I mean in real life. I remember you giving him a chunk of amethyst for his birthday or something.”
And after thinking about it, “Oh, shit. You’re right. I did. I’d forgotten. That adds a new layer to the dream.”
I actually have a few theories on what this dream could mean. Yet I think the first one mentioned above is still the most likely, with the addition of perhaps now, he is (finally!) “grasping” reality as he held the gift I’d given him in the palm of his hand. Pretty symbolic as well as literal. He held his hand — holding the amethyst I’d given to him — out to me in the dream (his right, which is the “Output” side.) He wasn’t returning it; he was showing me that he still had it, and I think he was also showing me that he was (now) wanting to return my gift in kind.
It’s interesting because amethyst is known for its protective properties, as well as providing emotional, spiritual, and physical calming, balance, patience, and peace.
Almost makes me wonder if he was telling me, “Patience, Grasshopper. All will be well. All will be as it should be, for what will be Will Be.”
Time will tell.