Diamonds are beneficial for enlightenment, clarity of mind, imagination, inventiveness, constancy, commitment, fidelity, fearlessness, invincibility, and fortitude. They have been a symbol of wealth for thousands of years and are one of the stones of manifestation, attracting abundance.
Spiritual & Emotional Influence:
Diamonds heal holes in the aura and cleanse anything shrouding your inner light, encouraging the soul light to shine and facilitate spiritual evolution.
They assist in finding a balance between childhood issues and emotional pain. The diamond represents purity and will help to purify negative beliefs about yourself. It can help bring all facets of self together in harmonious balance. A symbol of loyalty and commitment which is why it is chosen as a gift for those in romantic relationships.
The Physical Connection:
Diamonds are thought to be useful for sight and in the treatment of glaucoma. In the past, it was said that Diamonds prevented poisoning or relieved poisoning. It is also thought that Diamonds balance the metabolism and relieve allergies. They are believed to be beneficial for detoxing and cleansing the entire system.
The Chakras Connected to Diamonds :
Crown Chakra. All Chakras. Activates the Crown Chakra, linking to divine light.
Aries, Leo, Taurus.
Locations Found & History:
India, Brazil, United States, Canada, Africa, Australia, and Russia. The word Diamond is from the Greek word Adamas which means unconquerable. Diamonds contain Carbon and are formed under extreme heat and pressure resulting in one of the most brilliant gemstones on Earth. The first diamonds were in the 4th century BC in India, but the newest of these diamonds formed over 900 million years ago. These Diamonds were traded and transported via the Silk Road, and they were valued even back then. A symbol of purity and love since ancient Greece and said to enhance the love of a husband for his wife, Diamonds bond relationships.
Throughout history, diamonds were also used medicinally to ward off infections and illness. The first Diamond engagement ring was made in 1477, but Diamonds were still reserved for the upper class. DeBeers created the slogan “A diamond is forever” in 1947 which made Diamonds the only choice for engagement rings. Even today more than 78% of engagement rings have Diamonds in them.
Rarity, Value & Variations:
Diamonds are quite similar to coal because they are composed of carbon, but with a Diamond, the carbon is arranged differently because they are created under pressure in the earth’s lithosphere which is 90-240 miles below the surface of the earth. Red, blue, and pink Diamonds are the rarest Diamonds in the world. The 4 Cs are what determines the value of a diamond, and they are Colour, Cut, Clarity, and Carat. Diamonds have a Mohs hardness of 10.
How to Use Diamonds:
Wear Diamonds on the skin in jewelry especially on the ears to prevent EMFs.