One of the most precious gemstones on the planet with the most extended lineage of magic and legend. The earliest reference to diamonds came from Indian Sanskrit texts (the sacred language of Hinduism) around the 4th century BC. From ancient times, India was the source of nearly all the world's known diamonds. Until the discovery in South Africa just over 100 years ago, India was the only place where diamonds were mined.
Unlike other stones, which are made up of at least two elements, diamonds contain just one - carbon. Diamonds are made of pure carbon atoms deep in the ground, exposed to intense heat and pressure. Grown in a natural octahedral shape - a shape that activates energetic frequencies known as diamond codes; these codes are embedded within the energetic fields of all humans and can be accessed and activated by working with gemstones such as fluorite.
A symbol of protection and purity, diamonds are thought to purify the whole body, placing our faith center in the spiritual realm bringing positive, physical, and spiritual energy to any situation. In addition, diamonds restore the owner's courage, imagination, and wisdom while clearing emotional and mental pain, reducing fear bringing about new beginnings.
Blessed by having the Divine powers and influence of the planet Venus, the planet of love, it is no surprise that this beautiful stone is the most purchased stone for romantic proposals of marriage and commitment. For centuries, diamonds have been widely known as the universal symbol of eternal love. Greek's believed that Cupid, the god of desire, affection, and erotic love, had diamond-tipped arrows which had magic to draw hearts together or to inspire romantic love.
Many civilizations across the globe have their own spiritual beliefs regarding diamonds. For example, American Indians believe diamonds are a powerful amplifier increasing both the good and bad. For instance, if the wearer were fortunate to be in good health and generally happy in life, the diamond would enhance this. But, on the other hand, if the wearer were unfortunate enough to be in poor health or generally unhappy, the diamond would enhance these feelings too. Therefore the wearer would always have to be aware of what was being amplified, removing diamonds in certain situations so as not to strengthen potential negativity.
Ancient Hindus considered the vibrations of a diamond stone to positively influence various body organs, particularly on the heart and brain, and assist in developing one's psychic powers, particularly clairvoyance.
Meditating with a diamond can improve one's self-respect by helping us understand and overcome our emotional obstructions. It promotes inner peace and calmness, removing energy obstructions. Diamonds have a high spiritual vibration, working well at stimulating and opening up all chakras, particularly the crown chakra and the etheric chakra.
Be like a diamond, precious and rare.
Shine bright 🤍
Sending Love & Light