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Gorgeous Tiger's eye sphere min 5cm diameter.

Tiger’s Eye

Source: Found throughout the world, predominantly in USA, Mexico, India, South Africa and Australia

Chakra: Third Eye

Zodiac: Leo, Capricorn

General: It is said that Roman soldiers wore an engraved Tiger’s Eye to protect them in battle, and it is still used as a protective stone.  Combining earth energy with the energies of the sun, it creates a high vibrational state that draws spiritual energies to earth.  Tiger’s Eye heals mental disease and personality disorders; deals with issues of self-worth, self-criticism, and blocked creativity; and is excellent for people who are spaced out or uncommitted.  Facilitating assertion and anchoring change into the physical body, this stone assists in recognising talents and faults to be overcome and supports an addictive personality in making changes.  Facilitating correct use of power, Tiger’s Eye supports integrity and assists in accomplishing goals.  It differentiates between wishful thinking and what one really needs, and assists in recognising other people’s needs.

Beneficial For: Claimed to be beneficial for - Brain hemisphere integration, perception, internal conflicts, pride, wilfulness, emotional balance, yin-yang, fatigue, haemophilia, hepatitis, mononucleosis, depression, eyes, night-vision, throat, reproductive organs, constrictions, broken bones.1

Emotional Healing: Claimed to be beneficial for reducing cravings for the wrong kind of food and food binges or excess cigarettes, prescription drugs or alcohol.  Reduces anxiety caused by feelings of isolation or inadequacy.  Increases willpower and emotional stability to make health-improving regimes more likely to succeed.

Practical Uses: Attracts the steady inflow of money to the home.  Place a tiger’s eye in a pot with a lid and add a coin every day.  When full, spend the money on something fun or give to charity and start again.

Workplace: Good for entrepreneurs and career change or enterprise.2


  • Judy Hall, “The Encyclopedia of Crystals”, Bounty Books, London, 2015
  • Cassandra Eason, “The Complete Crystal Handbook”, Sterling Publishing, New York, 2010

Tiger's Eye Sphere minimum 3cm