Enhydro formation falls into the category “From within”.
Also known as “Fluid Inclusion”
*It is important to note that the term “Enhydro” is the name commonly used in the crystal community for “Fluid Inclusion”; however they are in actuality two separate physical definitions.
“Enhydro” in the mineral world refers only to “a hollow nodule or geode of chalcedony containing water, sometimes in large amounts.”~The American Geological Institute’s Glossary of Geological Terms. This means that if the fluid within is NOT water; it is held in a different mineral than Chalcedony, and/or the crystal it is held in is not hollow (ie a Geode) it would technically not be considered an Enhydro, and would actually be deemed a “Fluid Inclusion”. For metaphysical reasons, and because the majority seem to refer to both as “Enhydro”, I am defining Enhydro and Fluid Inclusion under the same entry.
- Fluid (often water) trapped within a crystal
- Can be stationary, or moving
- Purifies the mind, body, and soul
- Carries the Divine Plan of the Universe
- Balances our emotions