Kyanite, Blue Bracelet (Free Form)
Kyanite, Blue Bracelet (Free Form)
Kyanite, Blue Bracelet (Free Form)
Kyanite, Blue Bracelet (Free Form)

Kyanite, Blue Bracelet (Free Form)

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Meditation, Telepathy, Transition

Chakra: Throat, 3rd Eye

Birthstone: Taurus


Hardness: 5.5 - 7

Composition: Aluminosilicate

Formula: Al2(SiO4)O

Origin: South Africa

Colour: Light - Dark Blue

Oils/Herbs: Lavender

Named in 1789 by Abraham Gottlieb Werner from the Greek word 'kyanos' meaning blue it varies in colour from a light blue to sapphire. Another name given to it is 'disthene' which derives from two Greek words, 'di' meaning two and 'destenos' meaning strength - double-strength

Metaphysical & Healing Properties

Kyanite is a stone of Psychic Communication combining the quality of the Throat Chakra with that of the 3rd Eye. It is thus an excellent stone for meditation as it creates a channel of communication from the inner psyche to the conscious mind, whilst activating the Pineal Gland.

As with all stones that help to illuminate the hidden secrets of the psyche, this stone acts as a bridge to past life recollection. It is also a potent facilitating stone for external communication and is helpful in the dispelling of disputes, particularly in the case of a relationship that has turned sour.

It connects one with one's dreams and aspirations, aiding the process of making them real.

Harmonizes/Combines with 


Kyanite comes in a range  of colours, Blue, Gray, Green, Black, and it is typically found in Metaphoric rocks like Quartz.

In Ancient stories Kyanite was suspended from a string and allowed movement to be used as a travellers’ compass when exploring the unknown, as it was believed that the stone possessed exceptional magnetic forces giving it the ability follow earth’s magnetic field.

In modern times It is used in the production of various objects like porcelain plumbing fixtures, dinnerware, electrical insulators, and abrasives as well as being a valuable additive in the production of high-temperature furnaces, foundries and moulds used in metal casting. 

It is also used in the Automotive and Railroad industries where heat resistance is important most commonly to produce porcelain insulator on the spark plug. 


Crystal properties are listed for information purposes only and are not intended to replace medical advice. Always consult a physician for proper medical treatment.