Definitions for "Kyanite"
polymorph whose other two minerals are sillimanite and andalusite. Usually blue.
Glossy or pearly aluminum-based stone. La Llorona Mexican: A modern aspect of the Aztec goddess Cihuacoatl, who is in turn an aspect of the Aztec goddess Coatlicue.
Kyanite has a similar chemical composition to andalusite and fibrolite but it has a different crystal structure. It exhibits a range of colors including blue to colorless, blue-green and brown. On Mohs’ scale of hardness, kyanite is 4 – 4.5. It has a vitreous luster and primary sources includes Burma (Myanmar), Brazil, Kenya, Austria, Switzerland, Zimbabwe and the United States. (See Kyanite Facts.) (Note: Sources listed in order of primary and secondary deposits.)
Used in meridian points to stimulate flow of energy, or on chakra centers to clear blockages. Recalls past lives when placed on third eye. Augments channeling, altered states, vivid dreams, clear visualization, loyalty, honor and serenity. Kyanite blades can make incisions in the aura field. Also cut through layers of mental misconceptions and create new lines of energy for new thought.
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See Cyanite.