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So I`m at the store yesterday and suddenly see this magnificent shine/shimmer coming from this stone, the tag said it was tiger`s eye but now I know it was actually Bullīs Eye.
Anyway I bought it and am thrilled with it! Such amazing energy and it seems to get along really well with my new amethyst, smoked quartz and hawkīs eye.
However I`m not familiar with the uses associated with bullīs eye. Anyone know? I canīt exactly tell yet just by feeling the energy because I`ve had for too little time, and it always helps to know a little background on each stone.
I did a google on Bull's Eye and found several articles refering to is as a darker Tiger Eye, with the same metaphysical properties. I was hoping to fine a picture but no luck there. Maybe someone else will beable to find more on it.
"Bull's eye (or ox-eye) - terms sometimes given tiger's-eye having a relatively dark mahogany-red as its chief color"
I don't think I have ever run across one that was of a dark mahogany color. Sounds beautiful!
Is this the type of stone you were talking about, Feticeira?
If so, it's beautiful! ^^ I found something about it.. Are the "eye" stones (tiger's, hawk's, bull's, etc.) a form of agate? If not then you may want to just ignore this..
Grounds spirituality, moves energy from the spiritual bodies into the physical, targets spiritually expanding awareness into focused earth plane action
Calms and concentrates a scattered life purpose, Helps real earth plane achievement of worldly and incarnation goals
Keeps one's life purpose on target, promotes focus and action on the earth plane
So if you're into astral projection, keep it far away from where you sleep! :D Very, very good grounding stone from the looks of things.
Thank you both for replying :)
Yes, that`s the stone Utuku! (take a look at the link Majecot, the colors are shown nicely in that pic) And yes, the eye stones are agates...
I hope to find more about it...
That is beautiful!! I think I need one of those ( would go with my hair...lol)
I have one of these in a pendent...beautiful. The place I bought it at said he'd never seen a seperate meaning for the stone, and most people assigned the same properties as Tiger's Eye.
Anyhow, lovely stone. It's the only form of Tiger's Eye I own.
Edited to add: the store said that sometimes, it is refrred to as Ox Eye. You might want to try this term on a google search (I haven't).
Well so far I love it, so I`d tell you to definitely go get one Majecot!
Hi amyel, I did try Ox Eye on google but less results came back than with Bullīs Eye.