Ocean Kyanite Meanings
Inner bridges, psychic ability, connecting with Nature, past-life recall, telepathy, empathy

Ocean Kyanite is exclusively found in Australia, in the remote Harts Range, close to the centre of Australia. Similar Teal coloured specimens are also found in Tanzania, but often lack the depth of colour of the Australian Crystals.
The properties of this stone are very similar to the blue and green Kyanite crystals, but personally I find it has a more powerful and refined energy.

Having visited the site in the Hart’s Range, and personally fossicked some of these amazing stones, they are a special favourite of ours. A very beautiful and powerful Stone from the Heart of Australia.

Chakras: All, especially third eye, heart

Element: Storm

Zodiac Signs: Aries, Libra, Pisces, Taurus

Number: 4
Kyanite Crystal Healing Properties:
Kyanite is a stone of connection, of building bridges of light between disparate aspects of experience. This bridging is healing for blockages in the energetic field, emotional blocks between people and energy gaps caused by physical trauma. Kyanite will help you forge your own unique path, strengthening intuition, bringing together skills and knowledge and cutting through uncertainty. It enhances telepathy, lucid dreaming, astral travel, psychic ability and energy transfer. It is believed to assist in creating new neural path ways around damaged areas of the brain.
Kyanite History and Uses:
Kyanite derives its name from the Greek word kuanos meaning deep blue and used to be named Disthene meaning two strengths, referring to the different hardness of the perpendicular axes of each blade. Blue, black, green and orange Kyanite are used for metaphysical purposes but it can be found in a range of colours including pink, white, yellow and grey.  Kyanite has heat resistant applications in the industrial world and has been used in the porcelain of dentistry and bathroom ware, as brake pads and grinding discs and in kiln bricks.
Ocean Kyanite Geological Description:
Kyanite is an aluminium silicate mineral with a hardness of 4.5 along its crystal axes and 6 to 7 across its axes. It forms elongated, blade like crystals and is found in a Mica matrix. Ocean Kyanite occurs in the Harts Range in Northern Australia
I cross the inner bridges which lead to my growth, opening to the etheric realms, the world of Nature, and the land of the heart