Okenite is a common silicate mineral associated with zeolites. It is usually found in basalt geodes in the form of small white "cotton balls". It was named in 1828 in honor of the German biologist Lawrence Oken. Okenite is usually pearly white, but yellow and light blue.
Crystal healers believe that Okente gives mental clarity to anyone who works with it and helps to unite one's physical and spiritual worlds. It is also believed that it will give you the strength to complete goals and tasks. Some of the minerals associated with okenite are goose Creekite, chalcedony, prehnite, gyrolite, apophyllite, and many other zeolites.
Okenite is most abundant in the Indian state of Maharashtra. It is also found in Iceland, Greenland, the Faroe Islands, Chile, New Zealand, Ireland, and the USA.