Gemstones have fascinating properties, but there comes a time when it's up to you to take care of them...
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Why do gemstones break?
You should know that a regularly purified and recharged stone is much less likely to break than one that has been less pampered. Did you perhaps neglect this step? This would explain why your stone has become so fragile that it breaks...
A second explanation is possible and concerns more the stones of protection like Lapis-Lazulli, Tourmaline or Tiger's eye. If your stone has undergone significant variations during its existence, it will have absorbed too much contradictory energy and will have reached the point of no return.
For this reason, it is not advisable to wear your protective stone every day, it also needs to rest.
What does a broken gemstone mean?
First, rest reassured. In most cases, a stone that breaks accidentally is not a bad omen. Moreover, this act does not really have a precise meaning, especially if it fell on the ground. (The only message to see in it would be about your clumsiness 😉 )
On the other hand, if it is once again a stone of protection, and it cracks by itself, without having undergone neither shock, nor pressure, the chance is not in question. By this act, the stone informs you that the energetic work it has done with you is finished. As if it had fulfilled its part of the mission and was at the end of its strength (the work done was intense and made it fragile), it gives up the ghost.
A broken stone can also invite you to reflect: did you choose the right gemstone? Did its virtues and power correspond to your needs? Should you have chosen a more harmonious stone, a stone that dodges too much pressure? The breakage here is the physical expression of an extreme energetic pressure.
Does a broken stone lose its power?
Originally, stones are a large block. It is during their formation that they are exposed to great pressures and disintegrate into different parts. Then, during their extraction, then their polishing, they will know many other fractures. In spite of everything, they remain alive, and continue to renew themselves and act. This is the very proof that a broken stone does not cease to transfer its energies and does not lose all its powers forever... except in exceptional cases.
It does not "die" by breaking, but it will experience "energy leaks". It will lose its vigor, will tire more quickly, will renew itself more difficult and will be endowed with a different energy.
In some extreme cases, when the deterioration has affected the material of the stone, it will be deprived of its properties. A stone that has been overworked can undergo a physical metamorphosis, its color will be tarnished and its reflections faded. In these cases, it is preferable to put the stone back in the wild, to allow it to find its natural cycle.
How to repair a broken stone
It is possible to treat yourself with lithotherapy stones, but when they need you, the roles are reversed! To help it regain its beauty, you must purify and recharge it for very long periods. The ten minutes you're used to won't be enough, so resort to burial instead, which is still one of the most effective solutions for a case of this magnitude.
Now that you know how to care for your future stones, you can make your choice: are you more amethyst or rock crystal?