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 recognising one’s own needs in relation to the needs of others. Balancing yin-yang and energising the emotional body, Tiger Eye stabilises mood swings, imbues us with willpower, purpose, courage and self-confidence, and releases tension.
Tiger Eye treats eyes, throat and reproductive organs, releases toxins, alleviates pain and is helpful in repairing broken bones and strengthening the alignment of the spinal column.
Blue Tiger Eye is calming and releases stress. It aids the quick-tempered, overanxious and phobic, slows the metabolism, cools an overactive sex drive and dissolves sexual frustrations. A stimulating stone, Red Tiger Eye overcomes lethargy and provides motivation, speedsup a slow metabolism and increases a low sex drive.
Feng Shui Benefits
In feng shui, tiger's eye is used for its protective and clearing properties. You can find its energy employed in various feng shui remedies, including wind chimes and carvings, such as mandarin ducks.
Because tiger's eye has strong protective qualities, one excellent placement for this stone is near the front door to your home or office or by a big window. Many people also place the tiger's eye stone in their children's rooms. In addition, to benefit from the clearing and calming properties of tiger's eye, place several tiger's eye stones in your home office.
Furthermore, tiger's eye can be a good feng shui enhancer for the West and Northwest bagua areas of a home or an office because it brings a clear, crisp, and earthy energy. Crispness and clarity are properties associated with the metal feng shui element that dominates those two bagua areas, and the earthiness of tiger's eye helps to support the metal element.