Tiger Eye and Mother of Pearl

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A protection stone, Mother of Pearl brings the gentle healing power of the sea. It is a stress relieving stone; relaxing, soothing and calming to the emotions. Mother of Pearl stimulates our intuition, imagination, sensitivity and adaptability. It helps our emotions become more harmonious and balanced.

Tiger’s Eye is a member of the Quartz family and has been revered for centuries. It holds many meanings, but it is most commonly seen as a stone that brings courage, power, protection and helps to maintain presence in this world.

Tiger’s Eye is the stone of courage, power, and protection. It bestows on us the ability to maintain our presence and power in this physical world. Tiger’s Eye also protects from the evil eye and can remove negative energies.

It is a stone of health and vitality.

Tiger’s Eye relates to the planet Mars, it balances the Solar Plexus, Heart, and Third Eye chakras. It also stimulates psychic abilities and attunes one with higher energies.

It helps us make our own decisions from within rather than just reacting to outside influences; this empowers us to be more responsible for ourselves.

Tiger’s Eye can protect from the effects of the Evil Eye and removes negative energies. It is also believed to bring success in love, riches, and luck.

The tiger has been worshipped throughout history across many different cultures. There are statues of them in ancient Chinese temples and they were even painted on Egyptian tombs. The tiger was first associated with the sun god Ra, and then later as a symbol of Buddha.

There are many ancient legends surrounding the tiger’s ability to see its prey in the dark and it is believed that if you look into the eye of an angry tiger, it can cause your death or paralyze you with fear.

The tiger has continued to be featured prominently in modern culture too, with many businesses using its likeness to represent power and strength.

Many people wear Tiger’s Eye jewelry to symbolize courage and fearlessness, as well as good luck. Tigers are also popular in Zodiac-themed designs such as astrological signs or the Chinese Zodiac, with Tiger’s Eye representing the year of the tiger.