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How To Use Kyanite To Clear and Strengthen Your Chakras

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How To Use Kyanite To Clear and Strengthen Your Chakras

How To Use Kyanite To Clear and Strengthen Your Chakras

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Perhaps you’ve come across kyanite gemstones before, either browsing in a store or window shopping online. It’s hard to ignore the stone’s peaceful energy and calming blue hue.

But did you know that kyanite crystals grow in other colors and have particular healing properties unique to each stone?

In this article, we’ll explore what kyanite is along with its different varieties. We’ll also look at a few ways you can use each one to recharge your chakra system, help you feel more confident, and even deepen your connection with your intuition and higher self. 

What Is Kyanite?

According to Robert Simmons and Naisha Ahsian’s “The Book of Stones: Who They Are and What They Teach,” kyanite, or disthene, is an aluminosilicate mineral, metamorphic rock, and part of the triclinic crystal system. Its hardness on the Mohs scale depends on how it’s measured — when measured along the crystal axes, kyanite ranks at 4.5 on the Mohs scale. When measured across the axes, the hardness is anywhere from six to seven. 

Experts believe that kyanite’s name comes from the Greek word “cyano,” meaning deep blue. Throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries, kyanite was spelled “cyanite,” potentially supporting this theory. 

These gemstones grow into long, blade-like crystals and come in a variety of colors, such as blue, green, indigo, black, and orange. Though less popular, kyanite crystals can also be white, pink, yellow, and gray.

You can find kyanite crystal deposits the world over, with some producing exceptionally colored crystals. Kyanite deposits in Kenya yield deep blue-teal kyanite blades, while vibrant orange gemstones emerge from mines in Tanzania. Deposits in Nepal bear transparent blue kyanite crystals.

Other countries where you can find deposits of kyanite include Russia, Brazil, South Africa, Mexico, Myanmar, Switzerland, and the United States. In the U.S., Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina all have mines producing kyanite crystals. 

Kyanite and Its Many Different Forms

Close up on the texture of a blue kyanite crystal

Kyanite crystals come in a variety of colors, each with their own set of healing properties. You can work with any type of kyanite separately or combine them with each other to maximize their energetic balancing qualities. 

In Athena Perrakis’ book, “Crystal: Lore, Legends & Myths,” she shares how kyanite balances your energy and subtle bodies (like your chakras and energy channels, or nadis) while also inviting a sense of peace and centering into your life. 

Here are some ways you can harness the metaphysical properties of kyanite gemstones to enrich your life and open your chakras

Blue Kyanite

Like many blue stones, blue kyanite assists in clearing energy blockages from your throat chakra. Maybe you feel as though no matter how hard you try, you just can’t seem to find a way to communicate with friends or family effortlessly. Or perhaps you have an opportunity to do some public speaking through work, but worry about stumbling over your words once you start.

Keep your eyes open for a polished blue kyanite cabochon to hold while you meditate or tuck in your pocket to encourage confident self-expression and communication with yourself and others. 

Blue kyanite’s calming effect can help you tune into and strengthen your communication with your higher self too. When you can tap into universal wisdom, you feel more secure in your decision making. 

Feel free to combine your blue kyanite with other gemstones supportive of the throat chakra such as turquoise, sodalite, or Amazonite. 

Green Kyanite

Much like blue kyanite and its association with the throat chakra, green kyanite links to the heart chakra. Simmons and Ahsian report green kyanite helps you connect more deeply to your heart center. When the energy of this chakra is clear and flowing, you can feel the sincerity of interactions between yourself and other people. 

Green kyanite is also useful for helping you bridge the connection between nature and yourself. It allows you to flow more freely with life and where it takes you, rather than feeling apprehensive and resistant to changes and new situations. 

If you have trouble letting go of worries about the future, especially in uncertain times, green kyanite may be just what you’re looking for. Let it’s soothing green color help you find more grace and ease in the present moment. Practicing mindfulness enables you to release stress and anxiety and find a centered place of trust in the unfolding of your life. 

Rose quartz, malachite, garnet, and jade are other heart chakra healing crystals you can couple with green kyanite. 

Indigo Kyanite

When you feel called to work with your third eye chakra, indigo kyanite is a natural fit. The energy of indigo kyanite can stimulate your pineal gland, which some believe has the potential to awaken psychic abilities. 

Another way you can harness the high-vibration energy of indigo kyanite is by using it for dream recall. If you feel especially connected to your spirit guides or higher realms in your dreams, consider placing a piece of kyanite under your pillow to help you retrieve intuitive messages. 

Don’t forget that lapis lazuli and amethyst are also both balancing to your third eye chakra. Keeping a piece of amethyst crystal by your bedside can help you drift into peaceful sleep. 

Black Kyanite

Black kyanite on a book with candles, a bowl of burning sage, logs, and greenery

Black kyanite is exceptionally supportive for clearing out stagnant and negative energy. Whether you’re looking to get the energy moving in a specific chakra or move on from unhealthy environments or relationships, black kyanite crystals can be helpful.

Simmons and Ahsian note that black kyanite is restorative to your meridians and allows the wearer to feel both energized and grounded. If you believe in past lives, you can use this stone to revisit them while keeping you grounded in your physical body. 

If you’d like to enhance your experience with black kyanite healing crystals, think about adding black tourmaline to your collection. It’s grounding and protective qualities are a perfect complement to black kyanite.

Unlike most healing crystals, Perrakis notes that you don’t need to worry about cleaning your black kyanite crystals because they don't hold or store energy. 

Orange Kyanite

As its vibrant tangerine color suggests, orange kyanite is a fantastic stone to use when working with your sacral chakra where your creative and sexual energy originates. Just as other types of kyanite work to disperse sluggish energy and remove blockages, orange kyanite will do the same. 

It’s worth noting the metaphysical properties of orange kyanite extend to the root and solar plexus chakras as well, offering vital energetic replenishment to those chakra centers if needed. 

When you need to use your imagination for a new business plan or a creative writing project in your spare time, pick up a piece of orange kyanite to stoke your creative fires within. 

Orange kyanite is also reported to help you transcend wounds from other lifetimes or your past, liberating you and creating an opportunity for you to move forward in your life in new ways. 

Give your sacral chakra some extra love by wearing a chakra bracelet with carnelian or sunstone.

Use Kyanite To Harmonize the Energy of Your Entire Chakra System 

A woman meditates with one hand on her heart and the other open to the sky

There’s no doubting the power of kyanite gemstones when you want to balance your chakras and energetic system. From dream recall and past life exploration to fueling creative expression and giving you the confidence to communicate clearly with others, this natural wonder seems to do it all. 

No matter which variety of kyanite you decide is right for you, you can count on benefitting from its harmonizing energy and vibrations.

ANGELINA DICKINSON

Angelina Dickinson is a tea lover and non-fiction nerd who specializes in highly researched health and wellness content that resonates with audiences. In between writing projects, she has a penchant for learning just about anything and everything, from the details of Shakespeare's OP to where the best taco can be found.

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