1422g / 3.135lbs / 50.16oz
5.8" x 5.7" x 3.4"
Inspires fairness, promotes loyalty, improves communication, fosters truth-telling, enhances self-expression, fights self-destructive behaviors, aids with memory
Use blue kyanite to help dissolve old habits and beliefs, which often block you from making changes in your life.
Kyanite stimulates the third eye and psychic abilities. It bridges blockages in the energetic and physical bodies and helps protect the auric field from intrusion. It can facilitate telepathy and the transfer of energy from person to person.
Habitual emotional patterns can create blockages in the energetic field which act as skips in a record—the same inner dialog and emotional content play themselves endlessly. Kyanite can aid in bridging those patterns, helping to quickly create new pathways of energy flow and bringing immediate shifts in one’s perception of the world.
Kyanite can help bridge the energy gaps caused by bone breakage, surgery and other intrusive trauma, assisting nerves and tissues to reestablish pathways through and around the trauma site. It is ideal for working to heal the brain from the effects of head trauma, seizure or stroke. It can aid in creating new neural pathways around damaged areas.
Garnet is a gemstone most known to be red, but in fact it is found in a variety of colors. The six types of Garnet—Rhodolite, Almandine, Spessartine, Grossular, Andradite and Uvarovite—have different colors. The word Garnet is derived from the Latin word granatum, which meant “pomegranate” a reference to the stone’s similarity in form and color to a pomegranate seed.
Their hardness varies from 6.5 to 7.5. Garnet is not a single mineral, but a group contains closely related, isomorphous minerals that form a series with each other. Their crystal systems can be isometric, rhombic, dodecahedron and/or icositetrahedron. The Garnet members form intermediary minerals between each member and may even intergrow within a single crystal. The Garnets vary only slightly in physical properties, and some of the members may be so similar that they are indistinguishable from one another without x-ray analysis. Most, but not all Garnets are varieties of aluminum silicates.
The common Garnets can be divided into two subgroups:
Group 1: Garnets containing aluminum (Al) as their second element.
These include Pyrope, Almandine, and Spessartine. ("Pyralspite")
Group 2: Garnets containing calcium (Ca) as their first element.
These include Uvarovite, Grossular, and Andradite. ("Ugrandite")