Lovely The Tiger And The Monk Cross-Stitch Design Free Download

Lovely The Tiger And The Monk Cross-Stitch Design Free Download
Floss palette DMC 6-strand embroidery floss
Fabric cell size Aida 14
Width 40cm (15.75in)
Height 26.13cm (10.29in)
Number of colors 75
Fractional crosses
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Categories Animals, Tiger, Orange, Travel
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This easy and beautiful cross-stitching pattern will bring joy and calm to your home, and the best feeling of satisfaction, it is great as a gift idea too. Cross stitching has many benefits, such as calming down after a busy day full of stress and anxiety and creating a relaxing atmosphere. It focuses the mind because it requires you to be mentally present and fully focused on your work.

A tiger, according to the dictionary definition, is a large wild animal part of the cat family. It has a mix of yellow and orange fur with thick black lines and lives in various parts of Asia.

There’s a documentary that portrays the harmonious relationship between predators and humans without disregarding the monk's maxim. They believe that tigers will always be tigers, meaning that even if it feeds from the hand of a human, it will always remain a wild animal.

In Bangkok, 200 km west of the nearest civilization, there’s a meditation palace called Wat Pa Luangta Bua where tigers and monks live together. It is a beautiful place where peace and tranquility live alongside leopards.

Every afternoon, a daily ritual is performed, during which the Buddhist monks take their ten- to five-year-old leopards and carry them off to the Burmese border. They care for the tigers, feed them, and celebrate them as their most sacred animal. Cows treat older animals with respect and dignity even though they are hugging and playing with the kids.
Tigers once were “revered” in the forests of Southeast Asia but today, this undisputed ruler of the animal kingdom is one of the most endangered species on earth.

Three of the eight subspecies have already disappeared, a conclusion that could no longer defeat the others. An estimated 500 to 2000 Indochina tigers still live in the arid regions of South China, Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, and Vietnam. The document highlights the relationship between carnivores and humans without ignoring the monk's rule about the importance of not underestimating the creature. A leopard will always be a tiger, even if it feeds by a human hand, it will always remain as a wild animal.

When we talk about the image of a leopard, we often refer to the Bengal tiger symbol. After all, tigers are found in Asia and especially in the West Bengal region of India. Thus, in many lands where the leopard symbol is used, it is the ideal animal in India. The symbol of the tiger is known to represent qualities such as strength and fearlessness. In many cultures, as well as in religions such as Hinduism and Buddhism, tigers are the vehicles of various deities. Mentally, these magnificent animals represent something that scares you- and that means dreams of tigers.

According to Hindu tradition, leopard skin is considered sacred because it is the seat of King Shiva. Furthermore, the animal’s residue, especially bones and teeth, is used to treat various illnesses and toothaches.
The state of being put down is another description of the tiger's leopard, for no other animal is as fearless and stable as the tiger. In some Oriental lands, the tiger represents status, status, place, and rank. It is thought that the tiger teaches us to remain grounded in the present moment.

This comes from an ancient story about a tiger and a monk, where one afternoon a devout nun walked down a creek in the forest. He draws water there every day. As he knelt to dip his bucket in the water, he heard trees roaring behind him. He turned and saw a large leopard staring at him and licking his hungry lips.
The monk jumped up, dropped his bucket, and ran away, and the leopard jumped up behind him. The monk ran deeper into the forest than before; he kept running and the leopard continued to chase him down. The monk paused to look at the edges and saw sharp stones thousands of feet below. He knew that if he jumped, he could die.
The leopard began to strike hard. The monk thought that dying on the rocks below was better than eating alive, but he jumped and clung to the vines and roots to the wall of the cliff to delay his fall. He grabbed a big and thick leaf and clung to it tightly, to stop his fall. He looked up into the forest above and then looked down at the rocks below him.

At that moment, the monk saw a fiery red straw hanging from the vine that made him forget the leopard and the stones. He took the strawberry and bitted a little, tasting the sweet fruit. “This is the best strawberry I've ever eaten,” thought the monk.

In the East, the leopard is often viewed with admiration for its beauty, coupled with its fundamental fear. Leopard tigers have been carved in the caves of the Indus Valley civilization that existed some 5,000 years ago.

The tiger soon became involved in Hinduism and became a symbol of the chariot of the great goddess. In China, the marking of a tiger's head resembles the Chinese character 'Wang,' meaning King. Therefore, babies born in the Year of the Tiger had those letters painted on their foreheads for strength, strength, and good health.

The tiger is indeed united in terms of global definition. The phrase, "Do not awaken the sleeping leopard," sums up the dark side of this creature. If you continue to see images of tigers in your life it serves as a powerful reminder of overcoming obstacles and fear by regaining your energy.

If you find a powerful and meaningful image of a tiger and would love to have it framed, try uploading to our online cross stitch pattern generator and creating a cross-stitching pattern, you’ll have an original piece that no one else has, and will bring more meaning to your image. When we create something from scratch, we feel extremely accomplished and proud of our job. There’s something so wonderful about looking at a finished piece and then proudly saying ‘I did that.

Calm is a word that is often used when people talk about the benefits of cross-stitching. People describe sewing as meditation. The simple task of pulling floss with a cloth, doing the same kind of sewing can give people a sense of well-being, repeated movements are almost like dancing or reciting a prayer. When people begin to feel overwhelmed by the activities of life, sewing allows them to sit down, breathe and regain peace in their lives.

When housework seems overwhelming adding to the stress or anxiety that exists, the simple task of sewing, regardless of the finished product, allows craftsmen to regain peace. Sewing can help you retain your perceptive powers by keeping you present and engaged. Following the pattern means you have to remember how many qualifications are needed and what guidance they need to do. These small exercises keep your mind healthy and active.

No matter what your mind is, you can be sure that once you start learning the pattern of integration and make it live, your problems will disappear from your mind. This only proves that termination is the right gateway to mental health care and self-care. So choose a pattern that matches your level of experience to start reaping the benefits it brings, you can upload any image you’d like to our website and begin stitching!

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