A diamond reflects all colors of the rainbow and Chakra system. Commonly clear (white) in color, they can also be found in blue, pink, yellow and black.
In the Middle Ages the diamond was spoken of as “the divine brilliance on earth.” Known in India as the “invincible stone” as it related to virtue and justice.
As the hardest of all stones, it has become irreplaceable in many areas of industry. Diamond mining is of the greatest economic and political importance and by comparison its significance of diamonds in jewelry fades into the background.
Diamonds sparkle with an internal fire all of its own and is one of the most sought after gems.
The word diamond comes from the Greek word “adamas” which means “invincible or unbreakable”.
Diamonds were originally found in India where they were traded as early as the 4th century and were coveted by royalty and the wealthy. In the 1700’s India's diamond supply began to decline. Brazil then became an important source followed by South Africa in the late 1860’s.
An anonymous 2nd century poet believed the diamond warded off “the evil eye” which was believed to cause sickness, poverty or death. Some even believed that the diamond had healing powers and thought of as an antidote to protect against the plague.
Today, the diamond engagement ring has become the universal symbol of love and marriage as well as the gift of choice for the 60th and 75th wedding anniversaries.
This gem is a symbol of clarity and strength and those born in April are lucky enough to call it their birthstone.
The diamond is the symbol that represents Archangel Raziel
The diamond is a stone of clarity, commitment and communication that enhances prosperity, love and spirituality and focuses on personal purpose. A small piece of rough diamond placed in a glass of water to be drunk in the morning is a remedy for fighting stress. It also removes blockages and impurities. When placed on “the 3rd eye” it will help with mental illness. Diamonds encourage self confidence and independence while working against jealousy. A cut diamond has the greatest healing power. A brilliant cut diamond is the most expensive of all gemstones and is of the greatest demand.
The diamond is a symbol of wisdom, enlightenment, purity and clarity. It provides protection, preserves peace and gives power.
The diamond influences and harmonizes with all Chakras.
(from the book “Crystal Therapy” by Doreen Virtue)
“I display the full spectrum of hues in my role as a bridge of light into all Chakras, where I amplify each energy exchange. As incarnated nobility of mineral kingdom, my brilliance is renowned as a reflection of purity, abundance, and devotion, and I soar with force toward Heaven’s call. Engaging with my energy demands unity, genuine motivation, unconditional acceptance, and vigorous dedication.”
“As a symbol of partnership, I’m best suited for shared experiences that take human spirits to a place of profound love. I channel Divine energy and angelic grace to welcome those who are willing to step into commitment with an open heart, prepared to learn and grow with one another. Will you journey with me?”
Healing Crystals and Gemstones by
Dr. Flora Peschek-Bohmer and Gisela Schreiber,
Crystal Therapy by
Doreen Virtue and Judith Lukomski