Pi stones are circular in shape, with a hole in the middle. They are also referred to as donut stones or hag stones. Pi stones date back to the Incas and are symbolic of our luminous bodies and the energetic universe. They were used to transmit Munay Ki Rites during Inca Shaman initiations. Their geometric shape is called a Torus and they symbolise the circular path that the sun follows in the sky. The hole in the middle represents the principle of absolute oneness. It symbolises the eternal unity of all things – the cycle of life, death and rebirth. In many ancient cultures, Pi stones were used as star gates and energy keys. They are powerful tools in learning and in healing.
Red Tiger’s Eye:
Also known as Ox’s Eye or Dragon’s Eye, Red Tiger’s Eye is a stimulating stone & can help support motivation. Connected to both root and sacral chakras, it can send higher energies through the organs of the lower half of the body. This leads to assistance with encouraging a more active sex drive while grounding sexual ideas into the physical world, or resolving sexual issues causing relationship problems. It aids in enhancing confidence and self-esteem. Provides motivation, energizes those who feel lethargic. Raises vibrations while keeping lower chakras in balance, assisting in keeping one from feeling disconnected when working with higher goals. Adds vitality and passion to projects. Enhances balance within the energy field, allows one to open up to unconditional love.