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Hi. I just bought my first crystal (pale Orange Calcite), it is long/heavy and had a pointed tip. Three days after buying it my boyfriend knocked it over and chipped the tip point. I am so sad as I just bought it in Thailand and on the night of a full moon. It was very special to me. I felt a connection to it. Should I just bury it now? Pass it on to him?
There are several different ways that you can deal with this situation. If you still have the tip, you can use glue (I use Loc-Tite Glass Adhesive) to reattach the tip. Many times this is not noticeable at all. You could also gift it to your boyfriend or bury it, as you mentioned. I have a feeling though that these options wouldn't give you as much joy as being able to continue to use the crystal. There is nothing wrong with just keeping it and continuing to use it as-is...so long as it doesn't make you feel enraged at your boyfriend every time you look at it. :) Here is a link to a similar question on our website that I hope you find helpful. https://www.healingcrystals.com/Does_a_broken_crystal_retain_energy__Articles_1590.html
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|I feel as though it was meant to be a 'wounded healer' all along; everything happens for a reason. As Stephanie alluded to in her response, becoming 'enraged' at your boyfriend every time you look at it is a huge lesson in forgiveness, so for this alone, it's a blessing in disguise. I would love it and recognize it is (as are we all) perfect just the way it is. You can carry the tip with you, close to your heart for example (who doesn't tuck a stone into their bra?) and simply be open to receiving its message of forgiveness and acceptance. The desire for "perfection" often limits us in many ways - you will always have the happy memories of where/when you got it - if you bury it you will still have disappointment. It came to you for a reason, and it will always be a wonderful stone! _3 (Submitted by: Donna S on October 03, 2013)|
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