Tiger’s Eye Chips (5-7 mm)
Description: This is a useful size bag of small crystals for a myriad of uses. In a convenient package – a heaping tablespoon – roughly an ounce.
Tiger’s Eye is a remarkable ally for the mind, balancing emotional extremes and allowing scattered thoughts, feelings, and information to come together in a way that makes sense. It brings focus and stability, enabling one to make decisions from a place of reason rather than emotion. Tiger’s Eye is ideal for those who are spaced out and uncommitted to find purpose; for those who find it difficult to remain optimistic, it stimulates hope and confidence for the future.
Size: Ranges from 5 – 7 mm. Approximately 1 oz. in weight.
Primary Uses: This is perfect for your stock of “ingredients.” Use these in spells, on crystal grids, in making elixirs and essences, in mojo bags, in sachets, in bath bombs, and more. They would also be perfect to use to make your own bracelet, necklace, earrings, and more!
Keep a good supply of small crystals on hand. You will be ready for a multitude of opportunities. At the full moon, you can easily make a spell or offering. For a friend in need, you can make a “get well” sachet. The possibilities are endless.
Tiger’s Eye is highly beneficial for resolving dilemmas and internal battles, especially those caused by jealousy, willfulness, and pride. It teaches integrity and the right use of power, bringing an awareness of one’s needs, as opposed to mere “wants,” as well as understanding the needs of others. It is excellent for healing issues of self-criticism and worth and unblocks creativity so one may recognize one’s talents and abilities, as well as one’s faults that need to be overcome. It is highly supportive for an addictive personality, increasing personal will to affect positive change and anchors that change into the physical body.
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Talisman or Amulet: Tiger Eye quartz is a Seeker Transformer Crystal. Seeker Transformers are talismans used when the desire is to find a way to transform a part of one’s life to a more desirable state. Quartz is the most common Seeker Transformer. This golden Tiger Eye cabochons bring us a deeper and more pronounced sense of devotion and commitment, providing us with a mature enthusiasm and the ability to share a lifelong commitment of care and love.
It will provide you with the power to lead projects, organizations, and efforts to success. Most important, darker shades of gold are the ultimate power crystals. They exude authority, control, leadership, success, and influence.
Not to be overlooked, this is also a powerful talisman for achieving great satisfaction in your life.
Birthstone: With its dark golden color, Tiger Eye is one of the natural birthstone of people born in the magical month of midsummer (July 22–August 21).
Goddess: Tiger Eye is used in devotions to Sekhmet, the Egyptian Goddess of War.
Chakra: Tiger Eye is associated with the area between the Second (Sacral) and Third (Solar Plexus) Chakras. It is used for spiritual healing of issues related to conflicts between emotions and one’s true inner path. Use Tiger Eye to focus the Universal Life Force on resolving issues at the core of your being – such as dealing with either rejecting what you know to be your inner path, or causing pain to others.
Feng Shui: Tiger Eye has Fire Energy. Fire energy is the energy of enthusiasm, warmth, brightness, illumination, and activity. It is Yang in nature. It is the energy of heat, action, emotion, and passion- of ideas, concepts, and sex. It is alive, potent, but often destructive. We all need the heat, passion, and life-giving energy of the fire element. It is a powerful element that must be used in moderation.
Other Information: Other practitioners report that Tiger Eye is a good talisman for attracting wealth and property. It is also is reported to aid in decision making by improving your inner vision and aiding in determining what is really important in a decision. In “Love is in the Earth” Melody reports Tiger Eye is used to explore the duality of one’s nature and reducing aimlessness.
In “The New Crystal Bible”, Cassandra Eason tells us Tiger Eye helps overcome fear of failure during competitions or performances.