I went without my beloved necklace for a week, because … I guess I was meant to clear out my energies for a different realm to connect with me.
Today, I am back in office, after a hiatus from a week of coughing fits. Suddenly recalled I may have dropped the very precious rhodochrosite necklace at the massage place a week ago. Fortunately it was still there. Sending prayers and thanks for its safe return to me.
The massage dude was happy to see me, and told me that I dropped an object and he had kept it for me. Wow, object. I am so relieved that he merely viewed it as an object! Very innocent statement / thought, yet it also showed me how little faith I have in the honesty of the human race (my own prejudices, once again). I can choose to believe that if he knew how precious it is, he would still return to me! [note to myself: more programs to clear!]
Had it been a sparkly diamond, would it be the same result? (I certainly hope so!)
This appears to be “merely” a shimmery red piece of transparent stone, but its value is that of a diamond or maybe even more (depending on what grade of diamond). Its rarity already makes its worth, not at all common to have such pure, transparent ones. Apparently, most (or all??) Argentinean mines have closed, so they may be “extinct” in a way too. [Correct me if I’m wrong, so far the gemologists I’ve asked have shared the same info with me]. I will never forget how T.B. was so impressed when I told him this is rhodochrosite, not carnelian, and when I told him the almost-exorbitant price I paid for it, he told me it has to cost at least that amount.
So yes, I am very happy that I appreciate value in things that not many people know / care about. 🙂 🙂