Native American Birth Totem – Moss Agate

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Moss Agate
Native American Birth Totem – Moss Agate

Native American Birth Totem – Moss Agate

Agate, specifically moss agate, is the Corn-planting Moon’s mineral totem. Agate, in general, is a very stabilizing stone on all levels. This is good for Deer people whose emotions tend to run wild.

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Agate can also help Deer people with stabilizing their thoughts and actions, thus enabling them to take the time to see the truth of things. Moss agate, in addition to these properties, is also an overall healing stone and can help one in finding their inner truth and courage when facing difficult situations.

Moss agate is a grounding and energizing stone that is also helpful in alleviating depression and enhancing one’s dreams.

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