As "Shahs of Sunset" (Sun., 10 p.m. ET on Bravo) continues, fans are starting to gain a better understanding of the complexities of these characters. Take Asa Soltan Rahmati, who gives off vibes of being catty in one turn, stirring up trouble where she can, and then finding peace and serenity in another.
She created her own ritual for finding inner peace, as well as a unique product in diamond water. "I collect flowers -- the kind of flowers that remind me of my grandmother, that we have in Iran. Then I go with a boat into the ocean and I get a big flask of water and I put diamonds in it, for the energy of these diamonds to get infused in the ocean water. And then I put the petals in there."
She bottles this into smaller containers for herself and both drinks it and puts it on her body. Doing so, according to Asa, connects her to her "inner Aries fire dragon intergalactica Persian priestess."
But just when viewers thought it might be about the zen experience of the whole thing, Asa made sure to mention one other thing. "It's very expensive, by the way," she explained. "There's diamonds in the water." In case anyone forgot that she was rich. That's a very important detail that should be kept at the forefront of everyone's minds at all times.
Catch new episodes of "Shahs of Sunset" every Sunday at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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