CARNELIAN FLOWER AGATE SPHERE
This new Flower Agate out of Madagascar is a bit like carnelian, pink chalcedony, banded agate, and fisheye ocean jasper had a baby in a white rose garden. Madagascar basically “does what she wants” when she’s making her rock babies– and we love them all. I noticed the pale pink of the stone first, which then met up with a layer or area that looks like carnelian. There can be translucent milky to smoky areas, as well as sparkly druzy bits in the voids of some of the specimens. The “flowers” are a more opaque white chalcedony “plumes” that seem to be coming into focus from the depths of a slightly murky sea.
Flower Agate can be described as an energy that helps in the “reblooming” of the enjoyment of being alive after a long, perhaps painful, and exhausting movement through more dense and difficult life challenges. This stone would be well matched with someone who has gone through somewhat traumatic life events, or extended times of crisis, who has done the hard work of healing and shadow work already–but who is still feeling jaded, guarded, empty, and without joy.