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Diamonds Can be Your Best Friend.

Be Inspired. Be Inspiring. Align with Your Purpose.

The diamond is the traditional birthstone for April. I am finding it interesting that diamond has some almost contradictory qualities and uses. A Diamond is a stone that bonds relationships and enhances love, most often seen in engagement or wedding rings. It can also help to bring longevity to relationships. On the other hand, it also encourages a desire for independence and a sense of self-confidence.  Personally I feel the best relationships are one in which the partners bond but still maintain their own independence and personality, thus, in my world view the diamond seems absolutely perfect.

I didn’t truly understand the power of the diamond until I got to be the first person to try out the first 14k gold, diamond BioElectric Shield back in 1998. This Shield is an incredible tool for protection and energy enhancement. I awoke the following morning with the absolute understanding that the diamond in that Shield was like a laser beam to help me focus on my purpose and destiny. As I wore this Shield over the next ten years, it seemed that whatever wasn’t in alignment with who I am and am meant to be, just fell away. It also seemed to speed and propel me forward into new adventures that appeared at times to unfold almost like magic. You don’t have to wear a diamond in a Shield for this to work, but the Shield does provide an enhanced strength and focusing quality to the already intense energies of the diamond.
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Why do you struggle so to make a decision? Maybe it’s “them”, not you.

Is  making a decision is an extremely difficult process for you? In addition to your own struggle, you may hear from friends and family, “just decide, it’s easy, blah blah blah.” It may not be that you’re just indecisive, you may have some additional invisible challenges to overcome:

  1. Taking in the thoughts, feelings, energies and needs of those around you.
  2. Energy field may be “mis-firing” and the way the input comes in is scrambled in such a way that it’s almost impossible to interpret.
  3. Fear of making a mistake –  in the past you’ve made quick decisions, only to realize later it was wrong and you’d been overly influenced by outside sources.
  4. Fear coming from other people.

Photo: Mike_tn’s photostream  on Flickr
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