AUGUST VEECK
AUGUST VEECK 

Amethyst and Citrin

 

        It is worth remembering that Amethyst gained its name from the Ancient Greek word meaning “not intoxicated”. Because of this, amethyst has long been said to promote sobriety – both in the literal sense of preventing drunkenness and in the metaphorical sense of developing an ability to think more clearly and not be clouded with an emotion of any specific sort. That emotion might be blind optimism or blind pessimism, but either way, it is blind – and amethyst can help you open your eyes.

 

        Citrine also encourages the acceptance of constructive criticism and shows you how to act on it. It provides a type of personal mind control in that it helps you steady your emotions and keep them balanced and under control. It also assists you to be spontaneous without trampling on other people in the process. Holding citrine assists you to remain calm in the most challenging of situations. Because of this, it is a useful stone for smoothing group or family discord. It helps you listen to others rather than talking across them.​

 

silver, € 228,00

 

contact

August Veeck
Hauptstr. 422
D-55743 Idar-Oberstein

und ab 01. Mai 2020

Am Kirchhof 9

D-54470 Bernkastel


Rheinland Pfalz    Germany


Telephone : +49 (0) 6781 22747
Fax : +49 (0) 6781 26167

Mobil: +49 (0) 171 26 00 606
 

Email :

info@august-veeck.de /

august.veeck-gondwana@t-online.de

 

Timings

    Bernkastel:
      daily
  Friday to Monday

           Oberstein:           

 Tuesday to Thursday

 

 Summer : Daily 11:00-19:00h
   (except of Wednesday 10:00-18:00h)

 Winter : Monday- Saturday

     12:00-17:00h

 

In case of a purchase, if a parking ticket is shown by the customer, it will be paid by us.

 

 

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Die Felsenkirche ist bis Ende 2020 geschlossen

Due to rock works, the church is expected to be closed by the end of 2020

 

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