What Is Diamond Therapy? | Jennifer Jay Marcenelle

Therapy diamonds can be extremely beneficial in many ways. For starters, these precious stones can awaken and clear your inherent blueprints of health and healing.

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As a Board-Certified Holistic Nurse and certified Gemstone Therapy and Diamond Therapy Practitioner, I have come to realize in recent years that working with therapy diamonds is – without a doubt – a game changer.

As we all know, a diamond is a mineral made up of carbon in a cubic crystal system. In layman’s terms, it means that each cell is in the shape of a cube. The hardest material nature forms, a diamond is defined in the dictionary as “a precious stone consisting of a clear and colorless crystalline form of pure carbon, the hardest naturally occurring substance”.

Therapy diamonds can be extremely beneficial in many ways. For starters, these precious stones can awaken and clear your inherent blueprints of health and healing. They also help the human body in various ways to receive the blueprint information.

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Blueprints, as defined in diamond therapy, are a person’s highest knowing. They direct every healthy process in a person’s body and being, and support the fulfillment of their purpose and function in life.

In a nutshell, Diamond Therapy is the application of a therapy diamond in an individual’s energy field to support their healing process. Therapy diamonds have the unique ability to contact, call forth and clear accumulation from a person’s “energetic blueprints”.

Diamond Therapy helps you be you.

As early as the Middle Ages, diamonds were thought to have healing properties that could cure ailments ranging from fatigue to mental illness. Still considered the ultimate in symbiotic stones today, the majority of therapy diamonds are high-quality, natural, untreated, round-faceted diamonds that carry color ray frequencies.

Therapy diamonds can be extremely beneficial in many ways. For starters, these precious stones can awaken and clear your inherent blueprints of health and healing.

Therapy Diamonds: What We Know

Most Gemstone and Diamond Therapists today define a “therapeutic” diamond as one that meets specific physical and energetic criteria. The physical criteria are well-known throughout the diamond industry – they are based on standards designed by the Gemological Institute of America (GIA).

These standards are based on the 4 C’s: cut, color, clarity, and carat weight. Clarity, for example, is extremely significant in diamond therapy – the stones must be relatively free of inclusions. Also, most diamond therapy practitioners say that the lower the color, the gentler the diamond’s effects.

Also known as “Seven-Color-Ray Diamonds,” therapy diamonds offer numerous unique benefits.

In fact, no other gemstone (or gemstone combination) has these type of effects:

  • Stimulates blueprint information. Therapy diamonds help reconnect your body with the intrinsic knowledge within you that allows you to take positive steps toward improved health.
  • Removes accumulations that cloud blueprints. Unfortunately, clouded blueprints can lead to illness and a lack of well-being. Therapy diamonds help clear the unwanted energies that obscure your blueprint information.
  • Nourishes with complete color ray spectrums. Balanced color ray spectrums deeply feed, resolve depletion and help you attract positive experiences.
  • Promotes a state of “liquidity”. Therapy diamonds can give you a sense of relaxation and self-awareness both physically and energetically.
  • Promotes scintillation in the body. Therapy diamonds support your body’s ability to fluctuate between states of rest and activity.
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What’s the Difference Between Diamond Therapy and Gemstone Therapy?

Before I compare the two modalities, it’s important to note that Diamond Therapy and Gemstone Therapy are complementary natural healing methods that address the underlying energetic causes and contributing factors of illness and lack of wellness.

While the essential purposes of both therapies are the same — each works with the energies associated with various issues and conditions – their application differs.

For starters, Gemstone Therapy provides frequencies that nourish, clear, harmonize and balance the body. On the other hand, Diamond Therapy involves connecting a person with their blueprint and clearing what’s in the way of that blueprint so that vital information can come forward into a person’s life. As a result, it can help advance a person’s life.

Here’s another way to look at the two therapies: because Diamond Therapy is based on the fundamental principle that the body knows how to heal when its blueprint information is readily available, it has a map to follow so self-healing can take place.

So, while Gemstone Therapy tends to be more about actively applying gemstones, Diamond Therapy is more about the inner work.

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The Power of Diamond Therapy

If you are interested in further exploring Diamond Therapy, I recommend first finding a diamond that feels right and then learning about its unique combination of physical parameters. The meanings of these parameters can give you insight into your own energetic predilections.

How do you know if a specific diamond is the right therapy diamond for your needs? Each of a diamond’s physical parameters contributes to its personality. In fact, I believe the resonance between a diamond and its owners is potentially the most critical characteristic of all.

Clients often ask me if Diamond Therapy is right for their needs. My answer is always the same: once you learn how to use therapy diamonds, alongside an experienced Diamond Therapy practitioner, your life will never be the same.

And as diamonds help better connect you to your blueprints of optimal health, you will ultimately see true self-healing take place in the past, present, and beyond.

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