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Tiger Eye Stone on Pin Stand

Tiger Eye Stone on Pin Stand

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Tiger's Eye is a popular and widely recognized gemstone known for its unique appearance and believed metaphysical properties. Here are some key aspects of Tiger's Eye

1. Appearance: Tiger's Eye is a type of quartz known for its chatoyancy, a phenomenon where the stone exhibits a shimmering or "cat's eye" effect when viewed from certain angles. This effect is caused by the reflection of light on parallel inclusions within the stone.

2. Color: The most common color of Tiger's Eye is golden to brown, often with a silky luster. However, it can also come in other colors such as blue, red, and green. The golden variety is the most well-known.

3. Metaphysical Properties:

  • Protection: Tiger's Eye is often associated with protection. It is believed to ward off negative energies and promote a sense of safety and security.
  • Courage and Confidence: This stone is thought to enhance courage, strength, and confidence. It is often recommended for those facing challenges or seeking to overcome fears.
  • Balance and Harmony: Tiger's Eye is said to bring balance and harmony to one's life. It may help in maintaining equilibrium and making decisions with discernment.
  • Focus and Clarity: Some believe that Tiger's Eye helps improve focus, concentration, and mental clarity. It is often used by individuals who want to enhance their decision-making abilities

4. Chakras: Tiger's Eye is commonly associated with the solar plexus chakra, which is related to personal power, confidence, and manifestation. It is also linked to the root chakra for grounding energy

5. Astrological Sign: Tiger's Eye is associated with the zodiac sign Leo.

6. Jewelry and Decor: Tiger's Eye is often used in jewelry, particularly in beads, cabochons, and pendants. It is also used for decorative purposes such as carvings and figurines.

7. Sources: Tiger's Eye is found in various locations worldwide, including South Africa, Australia, Brazil, India, Myanmar, and the United States.

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