Blue Tiger's Eye ( Hawks Eye) 

 

Integrity & Wisdom


THROAT CHAKRA

 

Crystal healers believe that hawk's eye can help with digestion of all sorts of things including emotions and ideas. Hawk's eye can also help with disarray, all psychic abilities, throat, and communication. 

 

Blue Tiger Eye is very calming and reduces stress.  Blue Tiger Eye can help to calm an overactive sex drive, and is good for the Throat and Third Eye Chakras.  Shimmery Blue Tiger Eye can illuminate issues that may have been difficult to see otherwise.

 

Blue Tiger Eye balances higher energies with the lower Chakras, which keeps you feeling connected when working with higher goals.  If you are nervous about giving a presentation or speaking in public, keeping a piece of Tumbled Blue Tiger Eye in your pocket can help relax your Throat Chakra and clear any blockages. Because of its association with the Hawk, Blue Tiger Eye is especially helpful to ease ones fear of flying.

 

Gemstones are a part of many ancient cultures, often considered to be a talisman or symbol of good luck or fortune and used for healing.  Different gems are said to have different properties, and for thousands of years, they have been made into rings, bracelets, amulets, brooches & pendants to capture their magic.  A popular theory is that gemstones contain vibrational energy . By placing gemstones within a person's aura it is possible to change the vibrations of that aura.  Whatever your beliefs gemstones are attractive, interesting and fun to study and collect.

 

These gemstones are approximately 20mm - 30mm per stone.

African Gemstone Blue Tigers Eye

£1.25Price

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