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Flower Agate

Science & Origin of Flower Agate

Flower Agate is a type of Agate with opaque Chalcedony inclusions that resemble tiny floral formations. This mineral is a recent find out of Madagascar and has only been seen crystallized in the form of masses. It's usually found in a light pink color with white “flower” inclusions. Flower Agate is very popular amongst craftsmen and carvers, not only for its eye-catching colors, but also for its chemical durability. One might find this crystal cut into many forms such as palm stones, pyramids, obelisks, free forms, and even tumbled.

Meaning & Energy

Flower Agate helps one bridge the gap between emotions and reality by activating and connecting our heart and root chakras together. This unique effect can best be felt through deep meditation, with one solely focusing on their emotional body and it’s current needs. By doing this exercise, one will begin to gain freedom from the deep pain that has attached itself to our hearts and will assist us in looking towards the path of self-embetterment. Flower Agate’s energies resonate with one's core and can help better expose this damaging and sometimes traumatic pain that we still carry. Some of us go about our daily lives not realizing the extra weight that we carry as well as the toll that it takes on our physical and mental health. By releasing the constraints one has unknowingly placed upon themselves, they are able to reignite the ever-lasting love that we all have the ability to release. This pure, undeniably affectionate energy is a direct result of working with Flower Agate.

Flower Agate

Try placing Flower Agate directly over your heart during meditation, and if willing, add enhancing crystals (Selenite, Quartz) to increase its effects.

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