Another legend traces its origins to medieval times and an obscure monastic order, giving it the name Monk’s Gold. The Miotti family kept their technique secret for hundreds of years until an Italian glassmaker named Pietro Bigaglia brought it to the mainstream in the 19th century. It is typically found with golden orange, green or midnight blue glass with copper flecks.
Goldstone targets the Solar and Sacral Chakra and it is incredibly grounding. It is thought to be the ambition stone. Brilliant flashes of copper flecks remind one to have a positive attitude and assists in enhancing self confidence. This stone is uplifting and can be revitalizing, therefore, Goldstone represents Ambition and Drive.
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