So I had to check – this card has come up five times since I started this daily reading. Must be an important message to listen to and consider if it continues to come up, no?
Blue Tiger’s Eye, also called Hawk’s Eye, is very calming and reduces stress. It is great when working with the Throat and Third Eye chakras. Shimmery Blue Tiger Eye can illuminate issues that may have been difficult to see otherwise.
While all forms of Tiger Eye help to raise vibrations, the blue kind also balances higher energies with the lower Chakras, which keeps you feeling connected when working with higher goals. Because of its association with the Hawk, Blue Tiger’s Eye is especially helpful to ease one’s fear of flying (literally or emotionally), or helping you see the bigger picture from a high above vantage point.
It is that last point that is the highlight of today’s message. Yes, we’re moving forward. Yes, we’ve been doing that all along. While yesterday, we went inward and took care of our personal needs, today, we’re being asked to step back from ourselves and see how we’re leading our lives in the larger, grander scheme of things.
If we can take a hawk’s vantage point from up above and see how far we’ve come along, the obstacles we’ve already overcome and those still upcoming, and glimpse the destination ahead from way, way far away… Even if it’s just the faintest glimmer of our ultimate goal… How much can you relax then, knowing that you’ve accomplished much and that you’re on the right path? From looking at the big picture, you can even try to change course a bit, bracing and adjusting for any upcoming storms or even setting your sights on an even possibly richer land in another direction.
Being out in the open water or open journey, we may have goals in mind, but again, what’s to keep us from exploring all lands while we’re at it? You’ve been given the tools you need to succeed and are always given guidance upon asking, no matter what comes your way. So go, time to explore some more. The trick is to keep that overall image and map in your mind of where you’d like to go, but keep in the present moment, knowing that even if you don’t reach land by night’s fall, you’ve made at least a few steps in the right direction and are enjoying the process in the meantime.