My dog doesn’t have earrings. And neither do I.

But everyone else in my house does, along with their collection of rings, bracelets, and necklaces. None of which belong to me.

Or my dog.

Jewelry. It gets dirty and dull sometimes. Gunk like hair spray, soap, gel and other yucky stuff build up and the jewelry loses it’s sparkle. From what they tell me, the best way to clean such delicate items is by using ultrasonic sound waves. Rings and bracelets are placed in a small water-filled container and the thousands of microscopic bubbles created by vibrations within the container gently remove all the dirt particles.

Once cleansed, the jewelry regains it’s original luster, allowing it to shine as brightly and radiantly as it originally did.

Life has a way of coating all of us with it’s own residue of yucky stuff which can prevent us from shining as brightly as we were made to shine. Even trace amounts of negativity, uncertainty and doubt can cloud the clarity of our spirit, dimming our own light.

It doesn’t have to be that way.

Uncertainty and doubt don’t have any power to minimize our natural glow. Unless, of course, we give them the power to do so. Thinking is either abrasive or non-abrasive. Abrasive thoughts, the thoughts that placate the voices of doubt, become a sandstorm of negativity, tarnishing and even damaging our soulful nature. Non-abrasive thoughts, the thoughts that nourish and uplift our spirit, will polish our inner diamond, allowing us to brilliantly shine. But life is neither abrasive or non-abrasive; it’s only exactly whatever we think it is.

So, what are you thinking?

The quality of our thinking is directly proportionate to how we really feel about ourselves. It shapes our expectations and to an even greater extent our overall happiness. So how do you see yourself? Are you a diamond? Or are you a cubic zirconia, the low-cost alternative to the real thing?

We don’t live in a world where people are actively reminding us of our value and worth. Too bad, because we all need to hear that we matter. But the most important person who needs to remind you of your value and worth is you. We all need to see the diamond inside. We were all created as precious gems, designed to shine and radiate our own unique individual light. Worldly opinions of us from others and especially from ourselves can never redefine our divine magnificence. Unless we let them.

There is no greater cleansing process than to see ourselves through the eyes of God, when we reframe ourselves in the love that created us. When we do, a new vibration is born and the residue of negativity that surrounds us gently and peacefully dissipates. Suddenly the clarity of who we really are again resonates from within.

Love. The ultrasonic cleaner for the soul.

The world needs you to shine as only you can. To bring forth the divine light inside of you that never dims, the light that radiates from your soul.

Never doubt your inner diamond.

It’s a great day to be you!

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