White Agate is a versatile and popular stone often used in jewelry making. In history, Egyptians used it as a seal stone, a pocket sized amulet, material for cooking pots, and utilized it as a talisman for protection.
In Oregon, the White Agate is very commonly known as a thunderegg. The stone is found in the eastern parts of Oregon and is also the Oregon state rock.
White Agate is a stone of peace, harmony, and security because your thoughts are balanced and negative thoughts are released. The stone credited with harmonizing a persons feminine and masculine sides, helping the body release toxins, and strengthen the bodys immune system. White Agate can help improve concentration and clarity of analytical ideas. Security comes in the ability of the mind to release trauma and provide the courage to trust others.
Frustration, stress, and anxiety are helped by having White Agate in your presence. The stone should be carried in your purse or worn as jewelry that is close to your skin. The crown chakra is stimulated by White Agate and is often used to make palm or worry stones. Harmonizing your thoughts is helped by angels or spirit guides who are often attracted to White Agate.
Intentions provide a thought process that allows you to set priorities and align yourself to manifest your goals. To focus on an intention declares to yourself that you are serious about your goals and dreams. An energized, firm intention will attract the essence of what it is. Focusing on the keywords for White Agate and saying the affirmation for White Agate can help make your thoughts a reality.
|Keyword(s)||Peace, Harmony, Security|
|Affirmation(s)||My stressful and anxious thoughts are released.|
|Category||Microcrystalline quartz, banded chalcedony|
|Specific Gravity||2.60 - 2.65|
|Hardness||6.5 - 7|
|Refractive Index||1.544 - 1.553|
NOTE: The information we provide, and the healing properties attributed to a crystal gemstone are based on an understanding of the metaphysical qualities of the gemstone. The information should be taken as exciting and somewhat factual. The stones should not be an alternative for professional medical advice. For questions please contact us at 2BizChicks« Back to Glossary Index