Tiger Eye is a very protective stone. It watches over and protects its surroundings, like a tiger who guards its territory. Wear this around your wrist or neck to help you release fear and anxiety. Malas has been used for thousands of years by spiritual seekers to keep their mind focused while reciting their mantras.
Tiger Eye is a warm, radiant stone, with a powerful energy that resonates with the frequency of the earth. It especially boosts the solar plexus chakra and increases personal power. It is thought to sharpen inner vision, impart harmony and balance, and protect against negative energy – a perfect combination for manifesting your goals and dreams.
Tiger Eye is a stabilizing and grounding stone. It promotes taking action, helping you to accomplish goals and make decisions without fear and anxiety. If you suffer from a lack of confidence, Tiger Eye can give you courage, self-confidence, and strength of will. Use Tiger’s Eye as a support stone for determination and to overcome fears.
A stone of protection, Tiger Eye may also bring good luck to the wearer. It has the power to focus the mind, promoting mental clarity, assisting us to resolve problems objectively and unclouded by emotions. Particularly useful for healing psychosomatic illnesses, dispelling fear and anxiety. Useful for recognizing one’s own needs in relation to the needs of others. Tiger Eye stabilizes mood swings, imbues us with willpower, purpose, courage, and self-confidence, and releases tension.
Keep Tiger Eye within your aura as a stone of good fortune and to attract a steady flow of money to the home.
About the Item:
Product Type: Mala Bracelet
Main beads: 108 Tiger Eye Crystal beads
Size: Length 65cm-87cm (Elastic Rope)
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