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Thames Tour - Blackfriars to Waterloo Bridge, Bradshaw's HandBook, no.110

‘The site of the ancient sanctuary of Whitefriars, the “Alsatia” of James I, is marked out by the huge gasometer of the City Gas Works, seen just above…’, says Mr Bradshaw. 402 more words


A Walk Around the Inns of Court - Part 2

Tuesday 12th May – 16th meeting of 2015

The plan today was to finish the walk from the trusty London Walks book, The Inns of Court, of which we did the first half on Tuesday 24th March but got distracted by The London Silver Vaults! 265 more words

From The Temple

Breathe in.

This is the doorway of your Temple.

Breathe out.

Whatever it is can wait.

Breathe in.

Allow the inhale to wash over you. 161 more words


Hey there.

So, last fall, a few months before my fortieth birthday, I started having a sort of spiritual crisis. Feeling like I should have a more defined practice of some sort. 321 more words


On this day in 1587 - Sir Thomas Bromley died

Sir Thomas Bromley was born in 1530 to George Bromley and Jane Lacon. The Bromley family had some relative success at court from his father George being a member of the Inner Temple to a cousin, George, being Chief Justice of the King’s Bench by Queen Mary I. 810 more words

Tudor Chronicles

Today I stretch

Today I stretch

Today I do my Sun salutations and Downward Dog

Today I align my body

Tilt and tuck my hips,

And slip deeper into the Temple that is me.

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