Kunzite Crystal Large

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A very large natural Kunzite crystal that displays a vibrant Lavender hue and some exceptional terminations on both its ends. 


Size: 100 x 65 x 8mm

Weight: 85g


The following information is courtesy of "The Pocket Book of Stones" which we also sell HERE


  • KEY WORDS Divine Love, emotional healing,activation of the heart’ s knowing
  • CHAKRAS Heart (4th)
  • ELEMENT Water
  • PHYSICAL Eases stressand supports the parasympathetic nervous system
  • EMOTIONAL Aids one in becoming receptive to love and energy
  • SPIRITUAL Connects one to the energy of Divine Love underlying all of creation.

KUNZITE is the pink-to violet form of Spodumene, a lithium aluminum silicate with a monoclinic crystal system and a hardness of 6 to 7. It forms as prismatic crystals with vertical striations.

The main deposits of Kunzite are in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Brazil, Madagascar and California, USA.

Kunzite opens the heart to the energies of love—self-love, interpersonal love, love for humanity, animals, plants, minerals—all that is.

Most importantly, Kunzite is a conduit from one’s heart to the vibration of Divine Love. Through embracing all the other types of love, one is preparing to consciously receive Divine Love, and when that occurs, the immediate, inevitable response is love for the Divine.

Meditating with Kunzite can facilitate profound experiences of Universal Love. Carrying or wearing the stone helps one move through one ’ s day with kindness, gentleness and serenity.

Kunzite can activate the silent voice of the heart, opening a wordless communion between one ’ s mental and emotional aspects. It can awaken the heart and encourage it to communicate more intimately with the mind. If one is willing to listen and follow the quiet urging of the heart, one’s life and world will benefit greatly. 

"This information is for research purposes only and should not be construed as medical recommendations for any disease or symptom. It is not intended to provide medical advice. Consult a licensed healthcare professional for treatment."