A Crystal Message about the Healing Properties of Golden Tiger’s Eye: “I am motivated by my divine purpose and I manifest your vision with ease.”
Common Healing Properties of Golden Tiger’s Eye:
- Enhances grounding
- Increases psychic skills
- Encourages the rising of the kundalini through the chakras
- Promotes energetic protection
- Stimulates compassion
- Aids you in sorting through details and completing tedious tasks
- Helps you pull together many details in order to make sense of a whole
- Aids in removing negative habits
- Instills self-confidence and inner-strength – a personal empowerment stone
- Promotes equality and integrity
- Stabilizes energy
- Banishes depression
- Heals the eyes
- Balances disorders of the reproductive system
- Aids in the energetic healing of broken bones
- Helps you succeed on tests and exams
- Encourages success in business meetings
Associated Chakras: 2nd (Sacral Chakra) or 3rd (Solar Plexus Chakra)
Zodiac Signs: Virgo, Leo
Elements: Air, Earth
Companion Flowers: Yellow Coneflower
Companion Essential Oil: Sunflower
Companion Stone: Rainforest Jasper
Common Origins: South Africa, Australia
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More About Golden Tiger’s Eye:
Tiger’s eye is a form of quartz in which the SiO2 crystals have grown together with asbestos fibers, giving it a distinctive silky sheen. We’ll talk here about the basic golden form, but there are several related stones:
Tiger’s eye is a great stone for putting “pedal to the metal,” taking charge of what you want and bringing it into reality. It’s also a traditional stone for warding off the evil eye. Since it contains asbestos, please don’t use it for elixirs.
Tiger’s Eye Lore:
The association between “The Eye of the Tiger” and bravery didn’t start with Survivor’s song or Stallone’s movies. It goes back at least as far as the Roman Legion, where soldiers wore tiger’s eye jewelry into battle for protection and courage. But this wasn’t its only use, even then. Divination was very popular in Rome, and soldiers in the field could use tiger’s eye as a quick method to gain insight and clarity — and, of course, a soldier often doesn’t have time to wait. Military men also used this stone as an early warning to detect potential deception.
Tiger’s eye contains luminous layers of asbestos within a quartz matrix, forming complex but regular patterns, making it excellent for scrying. The directionality of these pieces has a magic to it as well; the pyramid pictured here would be great for channeling universal energy! There’s much more to tiger’s eye than just “the thrill of the fight.” (And now I’m going to have that song in my head for the rest of the day…).