I have already blogged about diamonds ( https://fonya.com.au/blogs/blog/diamonds-are-a-girl-s-and-boy-s-best-friend) but there is still so much to say!
The name diamond is derived from the Greek adamas, meaning “indomitable” or “unbreakable” and diaphanus, meaning “transparent.”
Apart from their origins deep in the Earth’s mantle before emerging as brilliant light enhancers and prisms, diamonds also have metaphysical qualities.
Diamond is a spiritual stone, symbolising perfection and illumination, with the ability to activate the crown and etheric chakras. It enhances inner vision and stimulates creativity, imagination, and ingenuity in the individual, opening the mind to all things new and possible. When placed on the third eye, a diamond encourages psychic development and enables remote viewing, telepathic communication and clairvoyance.
The diamond, is also a symbol of purity and innocence, of love and fidelity, and embraces strength of character, ethics, and faithfulness to oneself and others. It represents the love and openness that characterise our entry to this physical plane and supports the values of truth and trust. It is traditionally regarded as bestowing its virtues upon its owner only when received as a gift.
Diamond is the stone of clarity – helping us to see things clearly. It is also a stone of abundance, peace and guidance. So, you see, the diamond is a master stone whose qualities encompass the seen and unseen worlds.