Why is my tourmaline breaking?

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Ethel Heidenreich asked a question: Why is my tourmaline breaking?
Asked By: Ethel Heidenreich
Date created: Sat, Jul 3, 2021 1:44 AM
Date updated: Sat, Jul 2, 2022 5:34 PM

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Generally, black stones such as tourmaline have protective (energy) properties (among other properties), so the crystal breaking suggests that it was protecting against a very negative energy that actually caused a break.

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thats exactly what i felt when my crystals break… sometimes the reasoning or person to give it to seems obvious but sometimes its not! this one time i was just showing my beautiful black tourmaline and boom it just broke right in half i wasnt even doing anything to it, so i felt it was a sign. then i happened to met one of their friends who happened to be going through a meltdown and we went to visit her in a crisis center. she wanted to commit suicide. it was my first time meeting her. i ...

The reason your tourmaline broke is probably mechanical. It was probably cracked when you bought it and/or you abused it in your sleep (could you have rolled over onto it?). I don't think it absorbed too much bad energy, though- it was in the Earth, absorbing bad energy, for tens of millions of years before you bought it- unless you bring some seriously bad energy to bed with you ;) .

The only message I think is here is that you need to be more careful with your crystals. If you find you often drop things or bump into things, it can be a sign that you are ungrounded. Perhaps breaking something physical is a message to be more present and centered in your physical body.

Sometimes to make the broken area of a tourmaline look good you must learn to work with various kinds of epoxy resins that have the right refractive index and you must learn to color and opaque them to match the color and transparency of the crystal you are working on.

The vibrational frequency of the crystal may be synchronizing with a frequency in its environment which causes the crystal to crack and/or break. Keep in mind…crystals do not die or stop working just because they’ve cracked or broken. Please continue to work with them. They are still there for you.

It could be the vibration energy of black tourmaline that is making the glass weak and breaking. How about testing out containers of other materials? By: snowwolfie on May 24, 2013

Often times, when a crystal breaks, it has taken the brunt of issues you have worked through and are now ready to release. It has broken on your behalf so that you will not have to experience the break physically; your body has been spared and lovingly cared for by your Highest Spiritual Guides and Angels.

CRYSTALS WHICH BREAK WHILE IN OUR CARE If you live with crystals for long, there will unfortunately come a day when breakage occurs. Either by dropping them to the floor or onto a hard surface, or even as in the case mentioned above, dropping something on them or clanking them against one another.

Black tourmaline develops opposite electric charges at either end of the stone when it is heated, making it a conductor of electricity. While this property is credited by Reiki healers and metaphysical practitioners with clearing blockages of energy in many users, the energy can purportedly be overly stimulating for some wearers.

What To Do With A Broken Crystal. If it’s a clean break or a large crystal, you may have some chunks that are still totally “useable”. In this case, cleanse the useable pieces right away of any negative energy absorbed in the break by burning Palo santo or another air purifying herb. Meditate with the stone in its new form and decide if it holds the same meaning for you or something different now.

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