Tigers Eye, Blue (Hawks Eye) Tumblestone Pendant
Understanding, Stability, Clarification
Birthstone: Leo, Sagittarius
Composition: Silicates Mineral
Origin: India, Canada, Brazil
Colour: Indigo, Dark Blue
Oils/Herbs: Rosemary, Sandalwood
Hawk Eye belongs to the family of Quartz crystals, it is sometimes known as “ Blue Tigers eye” or “ the falcons eye”.
The stone is usually opaque with fibrous aggregates and silky lustre, it is blue to dark-blue in colour.
Metaphysical & Healing Properties
Hawks Eye is a soothing and relaxing stone, it can help one in reducing stress and anxiety, it increases relaxation and calmness. It can help on in overcoming fears and alleviating worries.
Using Hawks eye can be beneficial for those who want to learn new skills and abilities as it is known to enhance intellectual abilities.
The stone is known to ease the symptoms of fatigue and depression by giving one insight and mental clarity into ones experiences, good and bad ones.
It can bring insight when it is most needed. It helps when faced with difficult problems and situations.
It has the ability to ground personal energies and focus ones mind and at the same time dispelling negative energies and fears.
Hawks Eye is said to enhance creativity, it can help on with coming up with new ideas and concepts. It is associated with the throat chakra and can help to communicate clearly and effectively.
The stone can help one with staying true to ones self and beliefs. It fosters positive attitude and facilitates feelings of self worth and respect.
Hawks Eye is believed to ease eye problems and alignments it is known to increase physical strength and vitality. The energies of this stone can help to bring balance into ones body and mind.
The stone is often used as a protective talisman, it is known to ward off evil spirits.
Harmonizes/Combines with Angelite, Blue Quartz, Sapphire
Hawks Eye is a pseudomorph of quartz, meaning that the stone begins its life as one mineral which changes into another over time.
It is considered to be one of many forms of asbestos.
The stone can be found in many locations around the world most notable deposits are located in Brazil, Australia, India, and Canada.
Hawks Eye is prized for its chatoyancy resembling the eye of a hawk, it is closely related to the Tiger eye and Pietersite.
Crystal properties are listed for information purposes only and are not intended to replace medical advice. Always consult a physician for proper medical treatment.