Would the people in your life describe you as klutzy? Do you find things slipping out of your fingers a lot, even when you're certain you have a tight grip on them? Some might consider themselves generally unlucky for this, but if you open your eyes to the broader picture, you might discover that someone is trying to tell you something.
Frequently dropping and breaking fragile items can be a sign that the universe is reaching out to you with an important message that you need to hear.
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Dropping The Ball
We all have our butterfinger moments, slipping up and dropping a dish, a mug, a decoration, something fragile right onto the ground, where it shatters into what feels like hundreds of pieces.
While the odd breaking of something isn't a sign of disaster, it's worth paying attention to if this starts happening often, so much so that you notice it as a trend.
The frequent dropping and breaking of items can mean all sorts of things, but they're all equally important as messages from the universe.
1. Let Go Of Bitterness
If you find yourself dropping and breaking things often, especially if you're feeling a rising sense of anger, frustration, or outright rage when it happens, it's a sign that you need to let go of bitterness.
This is the universe's way of telling you that you're being poisoned by your own emotions. It knows you feel volatile and upset, so it's giving you a habit that draws attention to those negative feelings. Do some reflecting and see what events you're hanging onto that are causing this lingering bitterness, then learn how to let it go, releasing that energy back into the world so it stops building in you.
2. You're On The Wrong Path
The dropping and/or breaking of objects is always jarring. We never expect it, it's always an accident, and for a brief moment, time stops. You freeze as you hear the shatter play out.
This moment of pause is what's important here, as sometimes the frequent dropping of items is the universe telling you to stop and think about your path, hinting that you may be headed the wrong way.
Think about your recent decisions, does this really align with your values? Do you feel good about these movements? Or are you staving off a sense of guilt, of wrongness, and trying to brute force your way through it with the hopes of things getting better?
3. Let Go Of Control
The shattering of a dish, cup, or other fragile item is a moment you can't control. As soon as it leaves your hands, its fate is up to how it falls, the type of material it's made out of, and that of your floor. There is nothing you can do to change this.
And so, frequent dropping of things can be an indication that you need to learn how to let go of control. No one can have complete control over their lives, no matter how hard we try, so all you're doing is stressing yourself out and being too rigid when you should be letting yourself move in the tides of fate. Surrender yourself to the ebbs and flows of the world around you and find the peace within.
4. Watch Your Friends
There is a chance that the frequent breaking of items is a sign being sent not about yourself, but about those around you, namely your friends.
Keep a close eye on the way your friends treat you, watch for any suspicious behavior, and really take inventory of how much you give in a friendship versus how much you're being given. Dropping and breaking things often can be an indicator that someone in your close circle is betraying your trust, or moving against you behind your back. Stay safe.
5. Stop Hanging Onto Things That Don't Matter
Similar to the 'release control' point, if you're dropping things more often than normal, it can be a sign that you're hanging onto one or multiple events that only serve to be a burden on your mind.
There's no denying the pain these times have caused you, but by now it's likely that you've already dealt with them, but, because you feel that residual guilt, you continue to ruminate on them and come up with some kind of better solution. There is no way to go back and redo what's happened. All you can do is handle the aftermath, something still well within your abilities.
6. You're The Problem
This one is pretty straightforward: if you don't have anything to start with, then you shouldn’t start something. Luckily, we all have a lot of baggage to unpack first. If we don’t have family or friends to care for us, then we have to look into ourselves and ask ourselves why. Too many of us get caught up in our day-to-day lives and forget about the big picture.
We’re so busy trying to hold on to what we have that we forget to let go of the past. In order to drop everything and start again, you have to let go of the past. No two people are going to be exactly alike, and every situation is going to be unique. We all have our "stories," our ideals, and our values that we will carry with us until the day we die. If we can let go of the past and embrace our differences, then we can start over again with a clean slate and an open mind.
Breaking Things In Your Home
When a spiritual sign or symbol is occurring frequently within the home, rather than it mostly being seen or happening outside/an even split between outside and inside your home, it means whatever message is being sent your way is urgent.
It's approaching you where you feel safest, and thus most vulnerable. It's begging for you attention now more than ever, so take the time to think things over and figure out what is being said to you before it's too late.
Breaking Things In Your Dreams
If your frequent breaking of objects happens within dreams, this can alter the meaning slightly, as it's a direct appeal to our subconscious mind rather than our conscious mind.
The interpretation varies greatly depending on what it is you're breaking, as every item in dreams carries meaning. For example, the breaking of a potted plant can signify a disconnect between you and the natural world around you, while the breaking of a cellphone can mean issues in communication.
This will require a bit more thought on your end, but it tends to be more direct, so you should have no issue putting the pieces together.
It's already hard enough when you're losing items that are shattering at your feet, so when you start to notice it happening with great frequency, it's best to get on it quickly and start digging into what you're being warned about.
Set some time aside for dedicated reflection, discover the true root of your current struggles, and work on healing. Only through working on yourself will you be able to break this curse and keep all your things in one piece.
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