Power & Benefits of Kyanite:
Kyanite clears meridians and is thought to restore Qi to the body. It encourages speaking one's truth, cutting through fears, blockages, and ignorance. It slices through confusion and dispels blockages, illusion, and anger. It releases frustration and stress.
Spiritual & Emotional Influence:
Kyanite assists in grounding spiritual energies and connecting with spirit guides. It is excellent for attunement and meditation, and a powerful transmitter and amplifier of high-frequency energies. It opens to spiritual and psychological truth.
It brings clarity and tranquillity. It is a very calming stone that can be perfect in times of stress or when you’re anxious. It balances emotions and brings a clear mind so that you can work through your problems rationally. It helps in breaking through perceived blockages and negative belief patterns.
The Physical Connection:
Kyanite is thought to help the thyroid and parathyroid as well as any other throat issues. It is said to help the nervous system because of its calming effects and its ability to balance the biomagnetic field. It’s also thought to be beneficial for the adrenals, adrenal fatigue, infections, and lowering high blood pressure.
The Chakras Connected to Kyanite:
Throat Chakra. It opens the Throat Chakra and aligns All Chakras with aura.
Libra, Taurus and Aries.
Locations Found & History:
USA, Brazil, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, India. Kyanite is an aluminum-rich silicate mineral that was named after the Greek word Kyanos which means deep blue. Abraham Gottlob Werner identified this mineral in a mineral identification manual in the late 1700s. Before that, Kyanite was known as Blue Talc, and some even saw it to be similar to Sapphire. Even though it’s beautiful, kyanite isn’t typically used as a gemstone because it breaks very easily. Because kyanite is formed in high-pressure rocks, it is the perfect mineral to use to estimate the temperature, pressure, and depth the other rocks were formed under.
Rarity, Value & Variations:
Kyanite is very rarely created into a multifaceted gemstone, and there are seldom kyanite stones that are free from flaws or inclusions. There are a few Catseye kyanites known to exist, but they are scarce which makes them valuable. You can find kyanite in some jewelry though, but usually, it’s blue kyanite that is used in jewelry making. It can also come in green, white, blue, gray, and black. It has a Mohs hardness of 5.5-7.
How to Use Kyanite:
Since Kyanite corresponds with the Throat Chakra, it’s great to wear it on a pendant close to your throat. You can also hold it on your throat area or keep it in your hand during meditation to balance all Chakras instantly. It never needs cleaning.