Blue Kyanite is especially good for working with the Throat Chakra and communication issues. Blue Kyanite helps to speak one’s truth with clarity, making it a great stone for public speakers and performers. Blue Kyanite is also useful for healing throat and voice ailments. Blue Kyanite also facilitates an alignment of all the subtle bodies, creating a larger and stronger aura.
An excellent Third-Eye Chakra stone, Blue Kyanite can pull very high vibrations in through this chakra to be processed as messages from other realms. It can also transfer a high vibration, allowing for an opening of psychic abilities, especially during meditation. Blue Kyanite can also be used to promote lucid dreaming and astral travel.
In general, Kyanite is a popular metaphysical stone, which will not hold negative energy, and thus never needs to be cleared. Kyanite aligns all of the chakras, and can be used to open them as well. Kyanite also aligns all layers of the aura. This makes Kyanite an excellent choice for any type of balance or energy work.
Kyanite transmits and amplifies high-frequency energies, making it a great stone for attunements and meditation. Kyanite brings a calming, tranquilizing energy to the body. Kyanite clears and calms you in preparation for meditation, and assists in receiving intuitive and psychic thoughts, as well as dream recall. Kyanite restores Qi (or Ki) to the physical body, and balances yin/yang energies.
Primary Chakra: Throat, Third Eye, Aligns ALL
Astrological sign(s): Pisces, Aries, Taurus, Libra
Vibration: Number 4
Power: Endurance, Love, Meditation
Magical Uses: Embracing love in all forms and helps foster the correct mindset for meditation
Stone Type/Family: A member of the Silicates class
Crystal System: Triclinic
Chemical Composition: (Al2 SiO5) Aluminum Silicate. The blue color is due to trace amounts of Iron and Titanium substituting for Aluminum
Color: Pale to deep blue
Location: Austria, Brazil, India, Italy, Switzerland, USA
Rarity: Raw Kyanite is quite common, the gemmy, transparent/translucent variety less so
Fun Fact: The name Kyanite is taken from the Greek word “kyanos,” meaning blue.
Image source: Mineral Information Institute
Information Source: HealingCrystals and Scott Cunningham’s Encyclopidia of Crystal, Gem and Metal Magic