Stay in your happy place!
Black Kyanite is popular among energy workers because Kyanite is a protector of the earth - it's powerful! It's energy is balanced, dark and light, it does not require cleaning because it is self-cleansing, because it acts like an energy worker helping you to maintain calm! It's fan-like needle formations act like channels for redirection.
Kyanite is a warm energy, nurturing in way of inspiring trust and can be worn by anyone who is seeking to really be present with Life as it is and to truly respond to both suffering and joy with respect and mastery.
Labradorite has been used throughout time whenever 'The Sight' was needed. It is a beautiful energy that helps transmute negative energy into light, that is, to remember we are all one on this planet and it is the Primal mind that percieves separation. Labradorite's colours are within, they are not on the surface of the stone and require light source in order to see the colours. It means that we must make effort to see the light, so Labradorite is a special stone for we humans who are seeking to retain gratitude for the beauty that the Cosmos has provided - all we need do is look with the right view with the right kind of eye.
Masterful Flow Black Kyanite & Labradorite Pendant
Kyanite Crystal System is Triclinic.
Atoms formed three axes, all of them are unequal in length, none of them are right angles to each other. Its shape is three dimensional like a cube, but it has been skewed or inclined to one side making it oblique. All crystal faces are parallel to each other.
Its crystal habit is columnar; fibrous; bladed.
The kyanite structure can be visualised as a distorted face centered cubic lattice of oxygen ions, with aluminium ions occupying 40% of the octahedral sites and silicon occupying 10% of the tetrahedral sites. The aluminium octahedra form chains along the length of the crystal, half of which are straight and half of which are zigzag, with silica tetrahedra linking the chains together. There is no direct linkage between silica tetraheda, making kyanite a member of the nesosilicate class of silicate minerals.