How can Tiger Eye help you?
Tiger Eye stabilizes mood swings and imbues us with willpower, purpose, courage, and self confidence. It also helps to release tension and focus the mind—promoting mental clarity and assisting us to resolve problems objectively and unclouded by emotions.
Tiger Eye is a stone of protection. It is an incredible grounding stone that roots us to the Earth, creating stability and strength, which then allows us to reach higher levels of connection to spirit. It is also an amplifying stone, so it helps to boost our psychic abilities.
What Is the Chakra for Tiger Eye?
When you place a gemstone directly on a chakra it will amplify its healing results.
Tiger Eye works to align and harmonize the root chakra, the solar plexus chakra, and the sacral chakra. As it clears out blockages, it sends energy to the Earth, grounding and rooting our bodies.
What Zodiac sign goes with Tiger Eye?
Tiger Eye + Gemini = Match
Geminis find great joy in Tiger Eye because it helps with creativity, decision making, and shifting imaginative blocks. It also helps with the restlessness that Geminis feel, and its doubled brown hues are reflective of balancing the two sides of a Gemini.
Tiger Eye + Capricorn or Leo = Healing
The planet Mercury is closely associated with Tiger Eye, which brings some weight as the air signs need the grounding force of the Earth to keep them grounded.
Where is Tiger Eye mined?
Tiger Eye is mostly in South Africa and Western Australia.
How can Tiger Eye be used in my home or office?
Because Tiger Eye is a grounding, protective stone, it can be set by your front door or a window—like in your children’s rooms or your office—to protect from negativity or energetic or physical intrusion.
What is a situation that I may want to have Tiger Eye?
Tiger Eye is particularly useful in Feng Shui design for any office, room, or home because it encourages focus, brings a shift in consciousness to complex situations, and helps shake off procrastination so you can get the job done.
What is a good mantra to use with Tiger Eye?
“I root myself in the Earth and harness my inner strength.”
Tiger Eye Fun Facts
- In ancient Egypt, Tiger Eye was very rare and considered more precious than gold.
- Tiger Eye was carried by warriors to protect them and was even installed in breast plates of Roman Soldiers.
**Gemstone descriptions are provided for information only. These descriptions are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any diseases.