A pig represents luck, overall good fortune, wealth, honesty, general prosperity, symbolizing a hardworking, a peace-loving person, a truthful, generous, indulgent, patient, dependable, trusting, sincere, giving, sociable person with a large sense of humour and understanding.
Pigs are considered incredibly lucky creatures at birth. They are always well fed and allowed their ways. That is why many Chinese families look upon sons born under the zodiac of the Pig as having been fortunate. They always have someone or other taking care of them.
Pigs are also said to be a sign of virility. Prominently displayed in the bedrooms of couples trying for children. This is said to be a natural offshoot of the fact that Pigs always have a huge litter of children.
In Germany they say “Glücksschwein,” which translates to lucky pig. Pig decorations and illustrations on good luck and best wishes cards are common in Germany especially around December and New Year. Candy and Marzipan pigs symbolises wishes of prosperity and luck.
In Norwegian the term “heldiggris” is very common and translates to “lucky pig.” In Swedish it is “tur gris,” Danish it is “heldig gris,” Iceland they say “heppinn svín.”
Pigs are associated with wealth and pig charms attract money and good luck. The worldwide symbol of money is piggybank and is a sign of caring for the financial future.
“I am fond of pigs. Dogs look up to us. Cats look down on us. Pigs treat us as equals” Winston Churchill.
A stone of protection, Tiger’s Eye may also bring good luck to the wearer. It has the power to focus the mind, promoting mental clarity, assisting us to resolve problems objectively and unclouded by emotions. Particularly useful for healing psychosomatic illnesses, dispelling fear and anxiety.
Tiger Eye can stabilise mood swings, imbues us with willpower, purpose, courage and self-confidence, and releases tension.
Ancient Egyptians transformed Tiger’s Eye into jewellery believing it provided the wearer with luck and protection. Roman soldiers wore it to maintain bravery during battle. The ancient Chinese were also fascinated by this stone’s golden aura, as it was thought to bring good luck.
Not only can it aid in positively overcoming low confidence to strengthen relationships with the self, but it can lend a hand to finances and money. For those who struggle with self-worth and who roll up money woes. Tiger’s Eye works to unravel these limiting beliefs and to clear away toxic energy around the things in life to keep people feeling secure.