Charoite was discovered in Russia in 1978, in Yakutia. This is the only known location for this rare mineral. The name Charoite is derived from the Chara River which is near to the place where it was first found. Charoite has a silky shine; its color ranges from bright lavender to dark violet, sometimes with yellowish and greenish inserts. Charoite is a stone of prudence in thoughts and actions. It is a patron of harmonious marriage, a symbol of purity and charm. Charoite instils its wearer with a calm and cheerful mood. At the same time Charoite boosts clarity of mind and reasoning ability. It is a stone of philosophers and scientists. Astrologists believe that Charoite is connected to Pluto and Venus.
Talismans & amulets
Charoite is a talisman of philosophers and poets.
Eliminates intellectual pressure, infers calmness and endurance. For strengthening protective forces of the body, in particular liver, pancreas and heart, place a faceted Charoite stone on the corresponding part of the body. Beads or pendant with Charoite help to heal headache.
Charoite is capable to dissipate the stress accumulated during the day. It has a calming effect on human mind. This is a stone of charm. It harmonizes marriage relations. Charoite is a philosophical, contemplation stone, a stone of meditation. It is also a stone of spirituality. It teaches unconditional love, compassion and acceptance; promotes spiritual development, boosts intuition.
Chakra Seven: Sahasrara and Chakra Six: Ajna