How Can Gems Rectify Colour Imbalance?
The seven colours of the spectrum within an individual's body should
be in perfect balance. But when there is a deficiency of any of
these colours in the body, diseases can easily attack the individual.
This deficiency of colours in the human body is termed 'mineral
deficiency' in medical terminology .
Transmitting the colour that is deficient in our body through the
medium of Gems that reflecting the deficient colour on our skin
can treat these diseases and deficiencies. Gems worn with an open
back encasement (ring or locket) touching our skin, allows the cosmic
rays of the planet to permeate through them into the body.
For example, if there is a deficiency of red in the body , the
individual will suffer from unusual fevers, loss of vitality, weakness
of the reproductive organs and physical debility. Wearing gems that
are of the colour of red planets can treat this condition, the red
planets are the Sun and Mars and their associated gems are the Ruby,
Red Coral, Golden Topaz and Garnets.
Venus emits bluish white rays and these can be injected into our
bodies by wearing a blue Diamond. Saturn emits dark blue rays, which
are found in Blue Sapphire. Mercury has Emerald, Jupiter, the Yellow
Sapphire, and the Moon has the Pearl.
Just as deficient colours are harmful so are excessive colours and
these can be filtered with the use of appropriate gems.
Choosing Gems: A Note Of Caution
Here are a few points you need to bear in mind if you are planning
on choosing a gem:
- Gemstones are best prescribed by a qualified professional and
should be worn after consultation.
- Wearing a wrong gemstone can be as damaging as wearing of the
right one can be beneficial.
- Children under the age of 10 years should not wear gems.
- Gemstones must not be used as a substitute for medical treatment
; they should be used as an additional help towards recovery.
- People with prolonged and malignant illnesses should not wear
gemstones or rely solely upon their power for recovery.
- Though miracles do happen, it is wiser to be safe than sorry.