If you love crystals and gemstones, then you probably have a collection of generators around your home or office. Did you ever think about bunching your generators together, to create a high vibrating atmosphere in your surroundings?
First, let me explain to you about generators; generators are crystals that have a flat base and come to a point. This includes crystals that have been top polished (into a point), natural points that have been cut at the base, and crystals that have been shaped into obelisk, spirals, flames or pyramids.
Generators are powerful tools that pull energies from their surroundings and from the Earth and send it out to the Universe (The Source). They also pull high vibrating energies from the Source back to the Earth, and fill the space they occupy with this beautiful energy. A high vibrating space is one in which you feel peace, joy, secure and at ease. Low vibrating energies are made up of anger, grief and fear. Low vibrating energies cannot simultaneously exist with high vibrating energies, the higher energies will transmute the lower ones. Our homes and offices get filled with the emotions released by us. These emotions, if not released, can create a low vibrating, even toxic environment.
Goldstone is a type of glittering glass that is often mistaken for a naturally occurring mineral. It was first created in Venice, Italy, during the Renaissance period. The story goes that it was discovered by accident when molten glass accidentally mixed with copper shavings or crystals, creating a sparkly and reflective material. Over time, this technique was refined, and goldstone became a popular material for decorative items and jewelry.
Goldstone has a distinctive appearance characterized by its sparkly, metallic-like glitter. Here are some key features. The base color of goldstone is typically a reddish-brown, although it can also be found in other colors such as blue and green. The color is imparted by the copper crystals within the glass.
The most notable characteristic of goldstone is the presence of numerous tiny, reflective crystals that create a shimmering effect, resembling aventurine or sunstone. The sparkles are usually attributed to metallic particles, often copper. Goldstone is usually translucent or semi-translucent, allowing light to pass through and enhance the glittering effect. The texture is smooth and glassy, and the glittering particles are evenly distributed throughout the material.