Mens Gold Tiger’s Eye Bracelet 10 mm
(fits approx a 9″ wrist)
Eye of the Tiger
Affirmation: I am safe. I have constant protection surrounding me.
Color: brown and gold with lighter bands of brown and gold
Chakra(s): solar plexus, navel, and root
About the stone: Gold tiger’s eye is a quartz (silicon dioxide) chatoyant pseudomorph of a yellow to brown variety.
Astrological sign(s): Leo
Mohs scale: 7
Spiritual uses: Gold tiger’s eye enlivens your ability to remember your dreams and use the dreamtime for spiritual advancement. The chatoyancy, or the optical reflectance effect, of this stone sparks your imagination, which is the key to understanding your intuition. The gold energy of this stone reminds you to embrace your spiritual potential and allow divinity into your spiritual practice.
Mental uses: Tiger’s eye aids with mental clarity. The yellow tones brighten and lighten your outlook on all that is positive and opens your mind to unlimited possibilities. This stone is a good companion when you are trying to remain grounded and focused on your personal goals and dreams and how to accomplish them. It can help you feel self-empowered and unaffected by other people’s opinions of how you should act and what you should do.
Emotional uses: Gold tiger’s eye helps you to release feelings of jealousy. As you observe the nature or source of your jealousy, employ this stone to focus your attention on raising your own self-confidence. This stone also helps you master emotions during periods of emotional upheaval. It aids you when you need to remember that the Sun continues to shine on you and how new beginnings are powerful times for renewal and growth.
Divine guidance: Are you envious of someone else’s good fortune? Are others jealous of yours? Know that blessings are being received all around. Anyone can create the same blessings in their own life with true and pure intentions. Replace any feelings of envy with happiness for another’s good fortune, and this energy will be returned to you.
Excerpted from The Essential Guide to Crystals, Minerals, and Stones. (Llewellyn. 2013) by Margaret Ann Lembo