1Grid Your Garden Space with Moss Agate CrystalsIn last week’s post, we shared with you the first of three easy ways to use Moss Agate for creating a spectacular spring season (by connecting with earth energy). If you missed it, you can click here to go back and check it out. This week’s post is all about co-creating with the plant kingdom!

 

Step #2 to a Spectacular Spring: Co-create with the Plant Kingdom.

Moss Agate has long been known for it’s connection with the plant kingdom. It has proven useful for those who pursue the studying of herbs or aromatherapy because of its ability to help humans tune in to plant spirit consciousness.

Moss Agate also encourages plant growth & attracts beneficial insects to your garden. Because of this, many people have reported increased harvest & yields after creating a Moss Agate grid for the garden. So, if you love your home-grown fruits and vegetables, be sure to pick up a few Moss Agate stones for a fun, outdoor gridding project! Moss Agates are generally inexpensive (less than $1 for a tumbled stone) so a 4-stone grid can help make a big impact on plant health and vigor for just a small investment.

How to create a Moss Agate crystal grid:

Place 1 Moss Agate stone at each corner of your vegetable bed or garden space. You can also add 1 single-terminated Quartz crystal along each side of the garden bed (about half way between the 2 Moss Agate stones that form the side of the garden bed). Although adding Quartz crystals to the grid is optional, it is highly recommended because of the Quartz crystals’ ability to amplify the energy of the Moss Agate stones (further enhancing the fruits of your labor). 🙂

Vegetable Crystal Grid

If you direct the energy of the grid in a clockwise direction (by pointing the clear Quartz terminations in a clockwise direction), it will help bring in universal energy to the garden space. Alternatively, you can point the terminations of the clear Quartz crystals inward toward your plants. When placing your grid, you may choose to bury the stones or just set them on the surface of the soil. Always be sure that you are using cleansed stones for creating your grid. You may choose to program your stones with a specific intention (for example, to increase plant vigor), but this optional.

Step #3 to a Spectacular Spring: Focus on the Physical” is coming in next week’s blog post – stay tuned!

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Crystal Co-Creation with the Plant Kingdom: Enjoy a Spectacular Spring Season with Moss Agate (Step 2 of 3)
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Crystal Co-Creation with the Plant Kingdom: Enjoy a Spectacular Spring Season with Moss Agate (Step 2 of 3)
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Moss Agate has long been known for it’s connection with the plant kingdom. It encourages plant growth & attracts beneficial insects to your garden. Because of this, many people have reported increased harvest & yields after creating a Moss Agate crystal grid for the garden. Here's how you can create your very own...
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10 responses to “Crystal Co-Creation with the Plant Kingdom: Enjoy a Spectacular Spring Season with Moss Agate (Step 2 of 3)

  1. […] Step #2 to a Spectacular Spring: Co-create with the Plant Kingdom – click here to check out Step #2! […]

  2. Site Comment on July 10, 2014 at 8:45 pm

    What kind of stones to use for house plants and outdoor plants/flowers? Where to place them (stones)?

    1. Site Comment on July 10, 2014 at 8:46 pm

      You can use the Moss Agate with any type of plants, Olympia. For house plants, just tuck a tumbled stone into your plant pot. For outdoor plants, you can grid the area just like I described above (even in you just have some planters sitting on your deck or patio). Have fun!

  3. […] with the plant kingdom). If you missed, part 1 you can click here to go back and check it out, or click here to check out part 2. This week’s post is all about co-creating with the plant […]

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