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Pink Kunzite Is A Real Winner!

I had no idea PINK would be sooooo in! I'm really glad Hollywood agrees with my thinking. hahahahahaha

Actually, Pink Kunzite is awesome from Heart to Crown for a number of things. I've always loved the look of this one but never really took the time to play with it. And, I am noticing I seem to be in a personal pink phase as far as my stone choices go. What is up with that? I guess I'll just roll with it.

Chakras 4 and 74th, Heart Chakra, Color of green and/or pink
Sanskrit: Anahata
7th, Crown Chakra, Color of white and/or violet
Sanskrit: Sahasrara

Pink Kunzite can be stimulating to your crown chakra and your heart chakra. It is often associated with love because wearing or carrying it has the potential to enable you to feel selfless love. A selfless love for who you are and for those around you. It connects the link between what we feel in our heart and our spirituality.

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Crystal System...

Kunzite is in the monoclinic crystal system, and its crystals often take on a blade-like shape. It is a composite of lithium, aluminum and silicate, which naturally forms in large pieces. It is fairly common to find high-quality gems that weigh at least 20 karats.

The crystal structure displays distinct pleochroism (meaning it can appear to display two or three colors depending on the light source and orientation of the gem). More times than not though, Kunzite is a pale pinkish or lilac color.

Compared to other known gemstones, Kunzite is a fairly young one (discovery-wise). In 1902, a Tiffany and Co. mineralogist by the name of George Frederick Kunz first thoroughly described Kunzite. The gem was originally discovered in Connecticut, but the first large deposit was found in the San Diego area of California. It has also been found n in Brazil and Madagascar.

Kunzite determined this gemstone was an existing crystal family called spodumene, but the unique pinkish to purple color had been previously unrecognized, making Kunzite unique. The next year, in 1903, a chemistry professor named Kunzite in honor of Mr. Kunz.

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Pink Kunzite is very beneficial being worn or carried. You may need to slowly ease yourself into this one's energies which can be a bit intense if you are not used to working with high vibe stones.

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Kunzite helps in reconnecting the heart with the mind and emotions, removing any blockages in-between the two. It allows us to relearn how to search for answers from within our heart and then allow those answers to solve the issues in our mind bringing us into higher spiritual realms.


Kunzite is very effective when clearing emotional blockages, especially those of the heart. If you have recently experienced a new separation, you can clear that trauma and make room for your inner peace, self-love, health, and harmony to shine.


Kunzite inspires tolerance, willingness, and to being receptive to opportunities that come your way. And it does all this without letting us lose respect for our boundaries. It understands that while our boundaries are important, they also shouldn’t hem us in.


Kunzite assists with all heart and circulatory matters. It is also a great stone to have on hand for those who are going through puberty. With its strong feminine vibes, it helps with symptoms of PMS and reduces reproductive centered problems. It has also been known to help ease migraines and for recovery from physical stress.

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Zodiac Affinity...

Pink Kunzite, while beneficial to all signs, has special affinities with Taurus, Leo, and Scorpio. Its Element is Water, Planet is Venus and its energy is Receptive.

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Due to its fairly recent discovery, there is really no folklore that I was able to find that is associated with this beautiful gem.

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Posted by Gemstoner

Hi there! I'm the owner of Howl at the Moon Gems. I have been infatuated with crystals and gems since I was a child when my maternal grandfather was my first teacher of the natural world. He taught me a lot of the old ways as to uses of herbs, purposes of tree woods, and gave me my first unofficial stone classes. A lot of time has passed since those early days ... and, while I have learned much, I am still learning.

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