Diamond Necklace Of Your Heart

The Spiral Diamond Necklace

Off we run in search of riches and jewels, however, we are reminded that:

 
You wander from room to room
Hunting for the diamond necklace
That is already around your neck!
— Rumi
 

We are also offered this guidance:

 
Through one word, or seven words, or three times five, even if you investigate thoroughly myriad forms, nothing can be depended upon.
Night advances, the moon glows and falls into the ocean.
The black dragon jewel you have been searching for, is everywhere.
— Dogen Zenji
 

For students of The Radiance Technique® (TRT®), there is a pretty straightforward way to find these hidden jewels. The use of the TRT® hands-on, Radiant Touch®, supports our journey to greater awareness and lights up our path along the way, making it easier to find the real diamonds of our heart.

Those jewels and diamond necklace?

Look within your heart.

 
 


From Pebbles To A Diamond Necklace

Is there really any difference?

We all know that diamonds are simply a type of rock to which we have assigned great monetary value. Not to mention that they are pretty.

Well, okay, diamonds have been adapted for many uses because of the material's exceptional physical characteristics, so in that sense, they are very useful.

 
Diamond is the hardest known natural material on the Mohs scale of mineral hardness, where hardness is defined as resistance to scratching and is graded between 1 (softest) and 10 (hardest).
Diamond has a hardness of 10 (hardest) on this scale and is four times harder than corundum, 9 Mohs.
Diamond’s hardness has been known since antiquity.
 

However, the question as to the intrinsic value of diamonds in romance is sometimes hotly debated. Viewing diamonds as a worthy romantic statement is examined in an article at the Huffington Post. (*Caveat: it is expressed in a not-so-delicate manner.  It's spicy, but hopefully not offensive.)

What is your opinion on this subject matter?

I have to admit, it would be fun to wear a spiral diamond necklace.  But then, I think a spiral necklace of anything shiny would be joyful.

Keep A Diamond Spiral In Your Heart

Of course, if you've got some "walking blues" – you could always try wearing "diamonds on the soles of your shoes" as a cure.

Here's a little blast-from-the-past in a 1986 song with the same name from Paul Simon.

Enjoy.