Tiger’s Eye

TIGER’S EYE

Tiger’s eye is a member of the quartz group. It is formed when silica replaces crocidolite (blue asbestos) via oxidation.

Its blue variant is known as Hawk’s eye, or, Falcon’s eye.

 

The rock, Tiger Iron, is a stone composed of tiger’s eye, red jasper, and haematite. It is mined primarily in South Africa and Western Australia.

 

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES:

Hardness: 6-7

Colour: Yellow, brown, blue, red

Lustre: Vitreous, silky

Chemical Composition: Primarily SiO₂

 

HEALING PROPERTIES:

. Protecting

.Diverts unwanted energy

.Relieves congestion, both physical and mental

.Soothes the mind and body

.Builds confidence

.Aids the healing of broken bones

.Helps with fear and anxiety

.Known for releasing toxins and alleviating pain

 

CHAKRA:

Root chakra (base of spine between knees or thighs), Sacral chakra (below navel), or Solar Plexus chakra (between navel and diaphragm

 

REFERENCES:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiger%27s_eye

The Essential Crystal Handbook – Simon and Sue Lilly

Kiara James