HAPPY GO LUCKY | Blue Goldstone | Sapphire CZ Diamond Hamsa Hand | Evil Eye Adjustable Pull-Tie Bracelet
Crystals have been used to heal and bring balance, working through resonance and vibration. Crystals are said to heal holistically - that is to say, they work on the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual levels of being.
The gemstone property information here is to use as you see fit, but is not to take the place of professional medical care. Crystals, Gemstones and Talismen can negate, protect, encourage, strengthen, and balance and promote healing and positivity. Their effects can be extraordinary, but use in addition to medical advice, and not as a substitute for proper care.
- 6mm Blue Goldstone Gemstones
- 18K Gold Finish | CZ Diamond Hamsa Hand Charm
- Navy Blue Nylon Cord | Adjustable Pull Tie Closure
- Handmade in our Austin Studio
The Hamsa hand is best known for the power to protect the owner from the “evil eye” and bring happiness to the holder.
The holder of the Hamsa expects to be protected from all negative energies.
The most common negative energy being envious glares from people wishing you no good.
The sparkles of Blue Goldstone are reminiscent of stars in the night sky.
Use Blue Goldstone to make a wish.
Blue Goldstone is a favorite of actors, performers and media types to gain that “big break” to fame.
Goldstone is said to be the stone of ambition, helping to attain one's goals.
Wear it at work to increase job opportunities or better advancements in your career.
It builds energy, courage and a positive attitude.
Blue Goldstone increases drive and confidence. A gently uplifting stone, Goldstone promotes vitality.
Goldstone is also said to help one stay calm and stabilize the emotions.
It is also used for long distance healing and revitalizing one's energy field.
Goldstone, like diamond, is a good deflector of unwanted energies, and is highly regarded in the spirit realm as a protection mineral.
Despite what its name implies, there is no gold in Goldstone.
Goldstone is man-made glass infused with copper particles; the additions of cobalt, manganese or chromium result in the deep, shimmery Blue Goldstone.
It was invented by the Miotti family in Venice during the seventeenth century. And, because glass is made from quartz sand (silica), Goldstone has found its way into the healing community.