Tiger’s eye is known for its ability to ground and stabilize emotions in the verge of uncertainty. Drowning in darkness and in difficult times can make it hard for us to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
It helps us acknowledge fear and have the strength to persist and think clearly in catastrophes.
The emotions you encounter during difficulties can sometimes blind you from the gifts of the present moment that also serve as steps to your success. Tiger’s Eye is a gentle reminder for you to keep your stability, insight, and will-power to keep going without the dangers of becoming overly optimistic.
It is also a common crystal used to stimulate the energies of the solar plexus chakra where you get strength and confidence to pursue the life you want and the root chakra responsible for providing you grounding and stability in any situation.
People in the creative field such as artists, entrepreneurs, and independent creators can best benefit from the powerful energies of Tiger’s Eye but can be used by anyone determined to face uncertainty and risk for greater personal growth.
Tiger’s Eye Correspondences
Ruling Planets: Sun and Mars
Astrological Signs: Gemini, Leo, and Capricorn
Elements: Earth and Fire
Energy: Feminine and Masculine
Deities: Ra (God of the Sun), Geb (God of the Earth)
Tiger’s Eye Properties
Tiger’s Eye is the birthstone of Gemini, Leo, and Capricorn, three zodiac signs that represent good qualities such as enthusiasm, passion, persistence, and confidence.
People who are born in these signs can use Tiger’s Eye to reinforce their gifts. This crystal can also be utilized by anyone who wishes to strengthen their will-power in any given situation.
The crystal is known for its beautiful chatoyancy, which is a quality of reflected light mirrored on a cabochon-cut gemstone. Because of its remarkable “cat’s eye effect,” it resembles the sun, which is considered to be a ruling planet of Tiger’s Eye. The crystal is also known for its brown streaks resembling the color of the Earth.
It is a crystal that helps its users protect the life they want and need from external and internal forces such as emotions, circumstances, and relationships. This crystal also balances both the female and masculine energies.
It evokes insight and disperses the dangers of optimism in the pursuance of a goal or a dream.
Tiger’s Eye is highly influenced by Ra, the god of the Sun, and Geb, the god of the Earth who are both paragons of abundance, wealth, and success.
If you are currently in a phase of change or the process of decision making, Tiger’s Eye is the best crystal to keep close as it can elevate your awareness and perspective, keeping your eye on the prize rather than the emotions that may cloud your path.
It even has properties of wealth and prosperity and can help you bring into being those things you want for yourself.
How To Cleanse Tiger’s Eye
Crystals can retain negative energy once it is held worn, or used for meditation. Cleansing your Tiger’s Eye crystal is important because retained energy can truly affect the quality of your manifestations.
Newly bought crystals are also subject to cleansing as you may carry energies from other customers who engaged with the crystal before you.
To cleanse your Tiger’s Eye of absorbed negative energies, you can do this by immersing your crystal in saltwater overnight or by rinsing it under running tap water for 10-20 minutes.
How To Charge Tiger’s Eye
Charging your crystals is just as crucial as cleansing it. To charge your Tiger’s Eye, you can begin by sitting in meditation and setting a clear intention for the crystal.
Tiger’s Eye is a crystal for inspiring action with insight. It heals the user from lingering procrastination, laziness, or creative block. If any of these intentions resonate with what you need right now, Tiger’s Eye is the perfect crystal to set your intentions with.
How To Use Tiger’s Eye
The best time to keep your Tiger’s Eye crystal close is during times of uncertainty and risk. It keeps you grounded and hopeful of incoming abundance despite the current challenges you are facing
Ra (God of the Sun) and Geb (God of the Earth) is a deity of Tiger’s Eye for a good reason. Ra is known for his power to create life and abundance on Earth. Because of this, Egyptians believed that he produced everything that can be seen on Earth, including the seasons, plants, animals, and humans.
Along with Ra, Geb, God of the Earth, plays a similar role as the god of harvest.