Gold Tiger Eye Lucky Cats | stability & willpower
Willpower ⋆ Courage ⋆ Integrity ⋆ Stability ⋆ Awareness ⋆ Sharpness ⋆ Inner Vision ⋆ Practicality ⋆ Understanding ⋆ Positive Change ⋆ Balances yin-yang
In ancient times Tiger eye was known as an "all seeing and all knowing eye" and used by the Egyptians for the eyes of their deity statues as they believed it represented divine vision.
Tiger's Eye supports positive change and transition in all aspects of ones life and helps one see the necessary shifts to make in order to progress. Its "all seeing and all knowing" energies foster better understanding and perspective of different situations.
Known to sharpen the senses and promote clarity. Tiger Eye has a polarising ability and balances yin-yang energy. It teaches us integrity and to practice balance between extremes. Encourages practical reasoning with compassion and understanding.
It helps one maintain resilience and courage in stressful situations. It encourages one to seek and activate their inner power and use it wisely.
How to use it:
- Place these lucky cats in the area of your home associated with Career & Money
- Carry with you when you want to enhance willpower and courage
- Use these tiger eye lucky cats to help manifest wealth, luck and fortune
How to cleanse it:
- Sunlight ☼
- Moonlight ☽
- Solar Plexus
Approx. size: 5 x 3.5 cm
About Lucky Cats "Maneki Neko"
🇯🇵 Lucky Cats first appeared in the Edo period in Japan and their original name is “Maneki Neko” - meaning “beckoning cat” in Japanese. “Maneki Neko” lucky cats symbolise good luck and fortune and is often used as a financial talisman. Shopkeepers across Asia keep these lucky cats at their business to beckon customers and money into the store. Traditionally a raised right paw beckoned money and a raised left paw beckoned customers.
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