I’ve done two previous posts about today’s crystal family, Kyanite. I discussed Blue Kyanite and very recently Green. Today we are talking about Black Kyanite. Another name for this is Witches Broom, and it does kind of resemble traditional broom bristles. As you see it grows differently than other family members. Most Kyanite grows in thin plates as seen below.
Like other members of this family, it is a high vibrational crystal and holds all the wonderful qualities of the group in addition to its own. Black Kyanite is found in several countries around the world. Some are Brazil, Italy, India, and here in the US. On the Mohs scale the hardness comes in at around 5 to 5.5. The crystal works with all Chakras but does especially well with the Root Chakra, so it is a very grounding energy. Because it is grounding it is also an excellent choice to use when deflecting negative energy.
Some of the qualities of Black Kyanite are:
- Helps secure you into this lifetime so you can do what you came here to do.
- Repair tears and holes in the Chakras and Aura.
- Helps balance out and heal problems with our emotional, mental, physical and spiritual bodies.
- Helps us resolve conflict.
- Reduces confusion and anger.
- Places a shield around the aura to deflect negative energy.
- An excellent choice for meditation and vibrational attunements.
- Helps with past and future life work.
- Helps bring vivid and lucid dreams, also helps dream recall.
- Can help bring visions.
- Can enhance clairvoyance
- Helps support thyroid and adrenal gland function.
This brings the brief introduction to Black Kyanite to a close. If you find the possibility of working with it interesting, I encourage you to visit your local metaphysical or crystal shop and purchase a piece or two. Keep in mind that these posts are meant to be informative only. I do not suggest in any way that you leave the wonders of allopathic medicine if that is what you choose. I do these posts to offer alternatives for your physical and spiritual well being.
Blessed Be ❤ Sharon
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