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Blue Aventurine Crystals: Complete Guide

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In this post, we tell you everything you need to know about blue aventurine, including its meaning, properties, uses and value. Let's get started!

Introduction

You’ve probably crossed paths with green aventurine, but its blue counterpart is somewhat less common. Aventurine in blue ray energy drives this crystal in a totally different direction, making way for some poignant healing to take place both inside and outside of the body.  

In this article we discuss the following:

  • Blue Aventurine Properties
    • Blue Aventurine Healing Properties 
  • Blue Aventurine Meaning
  • Blue Aventurine Uses
  • Can Blue Aventurine Go in Water?
  • How to Charge Blue Aventurine
  • Blue Aventurine Price
  • Where is Blue Aventurine Found?
  • Blue Aventurine vs Sodalite
  • Blue Aventurine Jewelry 
  • Conclusion

Blue Aventurine Properties

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The blue hue of this form of aventurine puts it in alignment with the essence of the element of water. Like the ocean, blue aventurine is still, quiet, strong and immensely pure. The water element offers all who dwell on Earth the opportunity for both regeneration and rebirth, and this is very much the most important of the blue aventurine metaphysical properties. 

Blue aventurine can help one recognize any psychic gifts that they may be harboring without knowing it. One can use it to delve deep into the dream realm, and even to pull up the Akashic records if so desired. This is quite a remarkable feat for an Earth-based stone. 

This crystal will help you to let go of any patterns of selfish thinking that are causing limitations in your life. Bad habits have known to be resolved through working with this stone. 

If inner strength seems to be lacking, blue aventurine can provide the illusion of its presence, to the point where the user is able to permanently adjust their point of attraction, leading to better manifestations in the future. What this does is almost reboot and reprogram the individual so that they eventually are strong within, even if the initial strength was merely an illusion. 

Blue Aventurine Healing Properties

Interestingly, blue aventurine is known as the healer’s stone. This applies both physically and energetically. 

It is said that this crystal has the potent ability to remove anything that is working to block the third eye chakra, so that flow can occur and healing becomes almost second nature. 

Many find blue aventurine to be instrumental in the process of eliminating addictions. This ties into its natural ability to dispel bad habits. When the body is wracked with addiction, there is a very big energetic shift required before that individual will be in a place of receiving healing. Use it whilst meditating with focused intent on the removal of addictive behaviors. 

When the body is cleansed of endangering patterns, it is much easier to embrace a spiritual path. This is the only route to sustainable, long-term healing. A blue aventurine crystal won’t take all of your problems away, but it will illuminate the path toward salvation. 

Blue Aventurine Meaning

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It is not clear yet what role blue aventurine played throughout the course of history. Green aventurine was used widely across the ancient civilizations, but whether or not these civilizations had access to the blue ray stone is yet to be determined. 

Any stone that falls under the blue ray category can automatically be associated with the throat chakra. This is one of our most important energy centers, and it is represented by blue ray energy. Crystals that are green correspond with the green energy center, which is the heart, and so on and so forth. 

When a crystal is working with the throat chakra, it is usually centered around the notion of communication. If there is trouble in this aspect of life, things can really feel out of whack. The first thing that blue stones tend to do is remove energetic blockages from around the heart, and allow flow to commence. 

What makes blue aventurine unique is that it works closely with both the throat and the third eye chakras simultaneously. This is not common amongst blue stones, so having the two working in unison can be instrumental in the healing process of a user. 

Blue Aventurine Uses

In addition to healing, the blue aventurine stone has actually been widely used in different forms of material constructions. The stone has been popular amongst sculptors, and vases/figurines fashioned out of blue aventurine are quite common occurrences. 

There are also building applications that make use of blue aventurine for landscaping and foundational construction. It’s a considerably durable stone, so wear and tear is not necessarily a high risk when working with this crystal. 

Perhaps most importantly, blue aventurine has been used in the making of some of the finest jewelry in the world. Wearing crystal-based jewels is one way of incorporating energy healing into daily life, without doing much at all. 

Can Blue Aventurine Go in Water?

Yes, blue aventurine is considered to be a water-safe crystal, and won’t dissolve upon contact like some other blue stones. It seems unfathomable that these solid objects would be at risk from liquid contact, but crystals are finely packed molecules, and not all of them are durable enough to hold up when wet. 

The water-safe abilities of blue aventurine has caused it to be a commonly used stone in the construction of aquatic environments. The stones found at the bottom of fish-tanks are usually a mix of different forms of aventurine and quartz. 

What’s great about blue aventurine and its water compatibility is that you can use it to charge your drinking water, too. Place your aventurine stone in the bottom of your water glass, or inside your water bottle, and it will charge any liquid it comes into contact with. There is great benefit in then drinking said water, and having the frequency of the stone delivered throughout your body. 

Crystal water bottles are great investments if you’re not interested in the DIY side of life. Usually, these water bottles are made using green aventurine, so finding blue aventurine is rare, though some brands will facilitate your order if you put in a direct request. Alternatively, look out for stones that you would deem “blue green aventurine”, as they will then possess the properties of both. 

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How to Charge Blue Aventurine

Blue aventurine may be water-safe, but it is not a self-cleansing stone. This crystal needs your help, on a regular basis, to stay in full working order and able to deliver you the most optimal healing benefits. 

To maintain this, you’ll need to cleanse and recharge your blue aventurine stone at least once a month; more often would be preferable, but we understand most schedules don’t allow for this. 

Use any of the following methods to cleanse and recharge your blue aventurine stones:

  • Source or make a saltwater solution, and submerge your blue aventurine crystal in it for up to 24 hours. 
  • Hold your stone under running water for a solid minute, and towel dry. 
  • Pray over your blue aventurine and send intention for cleansing and charging into the stone. 
  • Bury your blue aventurine in your garden and leave it be for up to 48 hours. 
  • On the evening of the full moon, place your blue aventurine outside and retrieve it the following morning. 
  • Should there be a rainstorm, place your stone outside where the water can fall upon it. 
  • Burn any sacred herbs or incense over your blue aventurine and send intention for cleansing into the stone. 

Blue Aventurine Price

Because dark blue aventurine is less common than its green counterpart, the cost of this crystal is slightly higher. Green aventurine is typically considered to be an affordable and accessible stone, but blue aventurine may be a bit more difficult to source. 

You’ll need to scout a wide range of crystal retailers, both online and in store (if you have a crystal shop near you). Observe the pricing of each option, and make your selection. Realistically, you should be paying between $13 to $20 for a decent quality piece of blue aventurine. 

Aventurine is not an easy stone to make fake replicas of, so there is little risk of being sold a dud. That being said, we’ be weary of anyone selling blue aventurine for under $6. Cheap retail prices for typically uncommon crystals tends to be a red flag, and worth a closer look at the integrity of the store. 

Where is Blue Aventurine Found?

Blue aventurine is a member of the quartz crystal family which, as we know, is one of the most abundant crystals on Earth. This stone is a form of silicon dioxide, and derives its color from copper that becomes crystallized when the compound occurs in large masses. 

Most of the blue aventurine on the market today will have been derived from various mines across Brazil. There are also large deposits of blue aventurine in Russia and India. 

It’s important to note that blue aventurine is a 100% natural stone, and occurs beneath the Earth due to the elements. There is no human influence in the creation of this blue hue, which can’t be said about a number of other blue stones on the market. For example, blue goldstone is not a naturally occurring blue crystal. 

Blue Aventurine vs Sodalite

There is often confusion between blue aventurine and sodalite, due to how uncanny the resemblance between these stones can be. Both have hues of deep blue, speckled with white inflictions and cloudy partitions. 

The biggest distinction to be made between the aesthetic appearance of these stones is that the white speckles in sodalite generally have a yellow tinge to them, while blue aventurine’s specks are more snowy in color. 

Sodalite’s patterns are also usually more defined, while blue aventurine appears almost blurry, and less clear. 

This being said, these are both powerful blue healers, with immense properties to offer any who seek their influence. Sodalite is far more concerned with the throat chakra when compared to blue aventurine; most people choose to wear this stone as a choker-style pendant right up against the throat in order to allow for maximized impact. 

Sodalite is far more focused on the emotions of the user, while blue aventurine seeks to delve deeper into that psychic realm. They are actually great stones to use in unison, especially if one is seeking relief from addictive behavior. Sodalite has the ability to neutralize panic attacks, which is a god-send for anyone who struggles with active addiction. 

More than this, sodalite enhances one’s self esteem, which is necessary when working to dispel negative patterns of behavior as ridding oneself of them can leave an overwhelming sense of insecurity and uncertainty. 

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Blue Aventurine Jewelry

Though not easy to find, jewelry made using blue aventurine is unique and incredibly beautiful. This is not a color of crystal commonly seen in cosmetic jewels, so the wearer is guaranteed to turn a few heads when donning these pieces. 

More than this, the benefits of this stone can be better absorbed by the body when in physical contact with it. Having the crystal within your aura as you go about your day means that blue aventurine has ample opportunity to work with you, even when you are not necessarily focused on work itself. 

The best blue aventurine jewelry is that of rings and pendants. Because the stone is safe to put into water, one can quite literally wear these at all times and not worry about having to remove them when it comes time to shower or swim. 

Because of the creative and labor-intensive aspect that comes with making crystal jewelry, the cost of these pieces may be considerably higher than what you would usually pay for a single piece of this stone. 

Blue aventurine jewelry is wonderful to wear during meditation, or any other forms of energetic healing. 

Conclusion

We encourage everyone to invite the essence of water-healing into their lives through the use of stones such as blue aventurine. The benefit that comes from balancing this element is quite astounding, and not something to be taken lightly, even as a beginner. 

Likewise, if you know of anyone who is suffering from active addiction or substance abuse problems, and feel they could use a helping hand, consider gifting them a piece of blue aventurine to kickstart their journey toward balance. And if that person is you — give yourself the gift instead. 

If you are interested in incorporating crystals into your life, you should consider a mindful breathing necklace made of a crystal that resonates with you. Mindful breathing jewelry made of crystals not only help provide the benefits of the crystal you choose to wear, but they can also be used to help slow your breath, leading to a greater sense of calm and serenity. Also, if you are interested in reading more about anxiety and crystals, check out our comprehensive blog post on the 15 Best Crystals for Anxiety!

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2 comments

Aug 20, 2021 • Posted by Healing Crystals Co.

Hi Velia, thanks for your comment! So glad you enjoyed our article!

Aug 20, 2021 • Posted by Velia

Wow reading about the two different crystals was very inlighting. I am going to check out the Mindful breathing necklace . thank you

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