tiger eyes

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So, you guys have met Pyrite (my first Gem OC) and Nuummite (Gem Fusion between Pyrite and Shungite), but I have yet to introduce Shungite and Blue Tiger’s Eye (or Hawk’s Eye).

Both of them were drawn by Bouncy Ears who has given me permission to repost on my Tumblr. 

Pixels of my Gem OCs were done by ven-draws who has also given me permission to repost. 

BLUE IS MY ONLY EARTH GEM.

MEANWHILE SHUNG AND PYRITE ARE HOMEWORLD GEMS JERKS WHO COMBINE TO MAKE A BIG MEAN GEM MAMA, NUUMMITE.

Hi everyone, this is Susan.

To honor all who have served us.

 Eagle – Strength, Self-Renewal and Freedom.

Eagle represents the bridge between heaven and earth.  He is telling you that it is time to reconnect with your spiritual path.  It is time to listen to and heed your spiritual guidance as well as to listen to your heart, for both will lead the way for you.  The heights in flight that the Eagle can achieve are directing you to take a new view or perspective on the challenges that are in your life.  When solutions are not found it is because there is a limited viewpoint.  Life can look completely different from an aerial viewpoint.  Eagle has sharp talons that enable him to grab and hold onto its prey, but catching it takes timing and accuracy.  Eagle is associated with the East winds which the direction of dawn and Spring and symbolizes re-birth.  

Eagle is asking you to be courageous and stretch your limits.  If you don’t like what you are seeing, soar to new heights to gain a different perspective.  Don’t accept the status quo, have the courage to relinquish your old and comfortable habits and beliefs, take full responsibility for your life.  He is asking you to be patient with the present and practice right timing.  By reaching higher, soaring into unknown realms, expanding your view and seeing things from a higher perspective you will become more than you believe you are capable of.   When you find yourself in this state of flight you will find that there are open doors and clarity of direction found.  Trust in your courageous self and know that the future holds possibilities that you may not be able to see.  Freedom rides on the high winds.

Crystals to help remember Eagle’s medicine are:

Strength

Clear Quartz
Turquoise
Mahogany Obsidian
Desert Rose

Self Renewal

Pink Opal
Alexandrite
Ruby in Fuchsite
Blue Tiger Eye

Freedom

Apophyllite
Green Calcite
Chiastolite
Charoite

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Thank you very much.
Mitakuye Oyasin-All My Relations and Crystal Blessings,
Susan

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“I wonder what it’s like to be dead? I hope it’s peaceful - like you’re floating. I hope you don’t keep thinking about how you died. Or why. Or how it makes no sense. The thing about it is, it’s all so final.”

Tiger Eyes (2012) dir. Lawrence Blume

Mention Judy Blume to almost any woman under a certain age and you’re likely to get this reaction: Her face lights up, and she’s transported back to her childhood self — curled up with a book she knows will speak directly to her anxieties about relationships, self-image and measuring up.

Now, Blume — the author of coming-of-age novels such as Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret; Then Again, Maybe I Won’t; and Blubber — will reach a new generation of girls in a new medium. Up until now, her widely beloved books haven’t been made into feature films. But Blume’s son Lawrence Blume, a director, worked with his mother to adapt her 1981 novel, Tiger Eyes, for the big screen.