Today we are going to be talking about Tiger’s Eye the stone of the Sun and Earth.
Top 4 Crystal Wisdom Benefits of Tiger’s Eye Crystal! by Shannon Marie
Gold Tiger’s Eye is Good for:
- Personal empowerment
- Willpower & Bravery
Gold Tiger’s Eye Healing Properties
Tiger Eye is a protective stone that may also bring good luck to its wearer. It has the ability to concentrate the mind, increasing mental clarity and supporting us in resolving difficulties objectively and emotion-free.
Particularly beneficial for the treatment of psychosomatic diseases and the elimination of fear and anxiety.
Utilizable for recognizing one’s own needs in respect to those of others. Tiger Eye, by balancing yin and yang and energizing the emotional body, stabilizes mood swings, instills us with willpower, purpose, courage, and self-confidence, and alleviates stress.
Tiger Eye cures the eyes, throat, and reproductive organs, eliminates toxins, relieves pain, and aids in healing damaged bones and enhancing spinal alignment.
Tiger Eye Associations
Numerical Vibration: Number 4
Element: Fire, Earth
Colors: golden brown, red & blue
Chakras: Sacral Chakra, Solar Plexus Chakra
Benificial for Capricorns and Leos
Tiger Eye Properties
|Shiny But Not Completely Smooth
|AA (quality chart)
|Irregular Polished Shapes
|1 in / 25 mm (size chart)
|0.4 oz / 12 g / 60 carats
Shannon is a certified Reiki Master and teacher and a Certified gemologist.
I combine those skills and passions to provide you with the knowledge, the tools, and opportunities to practice incorporating crystal healing into your daily life.
Today we’re going to be talking about four primary benefits of working with Tiger’s Eye in your daily life.
Tiger’s Eye is this beautiful golden brown stone that’s got a really nice flash and shimmer in the light.
If you find that Tiger Eye is a gemstone that calls to you, I do have Tiger Eye bracelets and pendants in my Etsy store.
Now Tiger Eye this is a wonderful stone and the first benefit of Tiger’s Eye is that it is a grounding stone.
This is a little bit different
than the grounding stones we’ve already explored in some of the previous videos.
Those were darker stones related to our root chakra, which really brought us down to the ground down to the earth, but this stone is connected to both the solar plexus and the root chakra, so it
grounds through more of our body.
What this means is that it’s a softer subtler grounding stone. If
you find yourself feeling spacey or scattered, then this will gently bring you back to focus, bring you back to the present moment.
But the grounding of tiger’s eye is like a tall tree in which the roots are firmly embedded in the ground.
That tree isn’t going to go anywhere, but it’s tall and expansive and reaches out towards the Sun. That is the grounding energy
of Tiger’s Eye.
Confidence without Ego
The second benefit of Tiger’s Eye is Confidence without Ego. Now stones that stimulate the solar plexus chakra all help to boost our confidence and our sense of personal power.
Tiger’s Eye does the same, but it’s a more grounded quieter confidence.
You know your value, you don’t feel the need to shout it from the rooftops, or like really get aggressively confident.
This is a deep inner knowing about who you are. It allows your actions to display your abilities rather than you having to just show it off.
So confidence without ego is a subtler softer quiet sense of self-confidence.
See the Divine in Everything
The third benefit of Tiger’s Eye is that it helps us see the divine
in everyday life.
It really helps us slow down and see the shine and the beauty of things that we look at every single day.
It really helps deepen our appreciation for daily ritual routines. Our relationship is a stone really helps us slow down and look around our life and be present and really live our life now.
The final benefit of Tiger’s Eye is that it helps to strengthen our intentions. So now with this stone we already have deeper focus and increased confidence and personal power, so that enables us to have a lot more trust and faith in our abilities.
We have a lot more faith in the intentions that we put forth in life, and this focus and power just gives your intentions your goals and your visions for the future a lot more energy and power.
Then it sends those intentions out to the universe to the Sun to blossom for you. So this this is one of my favorite stones because there’s a lot of strength and power to this stone, but it’s very quiet it’s very subtle.
It allows all of this strength and power to come from within, so this is a phenomenal stone to have with you if you’re feeling uncomfortable “Tooting your own horn.”
You’re uncomfortable just getting out there in the limelight, but you want to have more confidence in your abilities.
You want to have more ability to put yourself out there without really throwing yourself out there, so Tiger’s Eye is a really beautiful wonderful strengthening stone.
This wonderful bright shiny flashing stone tiger’s eye also comes in blue and red which have some of similar qualities but take on just the slightly different flavor, because one is more associated with the
But if you felt that the energy of Tiger’s Eye is something that you’d like to explore more then I will be posting a guided meditation with Tiger’s Eye. You don’t need a piece of tiger’s eye to benefit from this guided meditation.
If you have it already that’s nice, but you’ll still get benefit from the guided meditation.
If any of the prompts really speak to you or really trigger you then that’s a sign that you should get a piece of Tiger’s Eye and repeat the meditation with it.
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Caroline Lucas is passionate about crystals, and spiritual healing. She’s intrigued by astrology and how the stars and elements interact with our spiritual beings.
Journaling, Crystals, and astrology are part of her daily practice.