4th chakra (heart) Kunzite is the pink variety of Spodumene. Singing crystals have a clear sweet resonance when gently allowed to touch one another. The singing crystal expresses the spectrum of sound and is compatible with the spectrum of light. They bring forth creative forces through the very powerful "OM" vibration. Give love back to the Universe. Teaches us to be grateful for what we have. Renews connection to the divine. These singing Kunzite crystals are a beautiful brilliant pink, I have never seen singing Kunzite crystals, they are incredible! I am sure they are quite rare!
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Kunzite Singer Crystals
Metaphysical Properties- Brings peace, love, and compassion into the heart. Opens the heart to trust, aids in security and fear brought on by others. More importantly, Kunzite is seen as a stone of 'balance', it works to create a balance between the physical and emotional bodies. Some feel that this stone will help one to be more disciplined, encouraging one to follow through with their task to the completion. For those who are erratic in their thinking, use Kunzite to allow you to focus on your task at hand. Kunzite works well with other stones, especially its sister, Hiddenite. Kunzite also has a fair amount of lithium in its chemical composition, lithium has been proven to relieve depression. Kunzite may not cure depression, but it does help to bring it under control so one can manage it. Physically, Kunzite is thought to stimulate poor circulation. This is a good choice for those who have sore shoulders and muscles, Kunzite releases tension throughout the system.
Numerology- Kunzite vibrates to the number 7. The number seven is about wisdom and faith.
Gemological Properties- Kunzite is from the spodumene family of minerals. The chemical composition is LiAlSi2O6 (containing a high amount of Lithium), the crystal system is monoclinic. The appearance of Kunzite is transparent and pink to bluish purple and colorless. The refractive index is 1.66 and the specific gravity is 3.18. Kunzite is fairly brittle and has a strong cleavage; therefore, it is usually scene as faceted gemstones. The major sources are Brazil, Afghanistan, Madagascar and the US.