Moss Agate is one of the more modest members of the crystal
world. It lacks the glitter of Lapis Lazuli, the radiance
of Clear Quartz, or the chatoyance of Tiger's Eye, a flashier
representative of the agate family. However, if you examine
a Moss Agate closely (and especially if you hold it up to
the light) you may discover a world within it.
This stone is characteristically white or clear with an
internal pattern of black, grey, brown, red, or green. The
green is ine of the most beautiful. Its interior resembles
a delicate and beautiful plant, or when the imagination
is fully active, a forest.
Because of these markings, this stone has traditionally
been considered to have a special relationship with nature.
Traditionally, it's been considered a good stone for people
involved in botany or agriculture, and many people feel
that it can be used to establish a connection with nature
Its markings have another significance. It can be used to
correct imbalances and conflicts between the left brain
(the logical, rational side) and the right brain (related
to intuition and seeing the unity of things or ideas). It
can help highly methodical people to let go of some of their
restrictions and assists highly creative people to manifest
their visions in practical ways.