Fallen leaves-Moss Agate
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The Moss Agate crystal and its connection to fallen leaves
As the leaves change color and begin to fall, we are reminded of the beauty in impermanence. In Buddhism, this is called anicca. The leaves on the ground represent our lives-they are born, grow, reach their peak, and die. However, death is not the end; from death comes new life. This cyclical nature of life is also represented in nature through the mineral kingdom. One of my favorite stones that represent this philosophy is moss agate.
The Moss Agate crystal is a stone of new beginnings. It is connected to the fall season because it represents growth. The moss agate crystal helps with letting go of old patterns, traits, and habits that no longer serve you so that you can make room for new, positive things in your life. This crystal is especially helpful if you are feeling stuck.
The Moss Agate crystal gets its name from its resemblance to mossy leaves. It is a green crystal with flecks of white, brown, and black. The colors of the Moss Agate crystal represent the different stages of growth. The white represents new beginnings, the brown represents stability, and the black represents wisdom.
The Moss Agate crystal is found in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.
Moss agates are said to be lucky stones because they are connected to nature spirits. They are also said to promote wealth and abundance. Moss agates are also said to be helpful for gardeners because they encourage plant growth. Place a piece of moss agate in your garden or near your houseplants to help them grow healthy and strong.
Moss agate is a beautiful stone with many layers of meaning. It helps us to see the beauty in change and impermanence, and it supports us during times of transition. If you are looking for a stone to help you through a difficult time or to assist you in manifesting your goals, I highly recommend moss agate.
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