Geological Information

Charoite is a rare silicate mineral that is found only in Russia.

Charoite is formed from limestone that has been subjected to intense pressure and heat, and is composed of several different minerals, including potassium feldspar, sodium-calcium feldspar, and aegirine-augite.

Historical Information

It was first discovered in the 1940s in the Murun Mountains of Yakutia.

Charoite is named after the Chara River in Siberia, Russia.

Metaphysical Information

Charoite crystals have several metaphysical uses, including promoting spiritual growth and transformation, enhancing intuition, and helping to overcome fear and anxiety.

They are also thought to stimulate the third eye chakra and aid in lucid dreaming and astral travel.

Charoite can help to heal past life traumas and patterns, allowing for greater self-awareness and personal growth.