Saturday, 19 August 2017

Yoga is more than stretching on a mat!

Dear Yogis,

Yoga is Action when it is required and looking to the greater good for all sentient beings and not just ourselves.    What we learn from our yogic practices is a sense of being in the present and being aware of  'what is' and what we can change for the better by our Dharma or purpose in Life.
Those still with us in the daily spiritual laws and meditations will know this already and those who are content with a physical practise only will not be aware still of the bigger picture that is the real beauty of Yoga.   We ae One.

River Crane Sanctuary is our Dharma at present for the good of Nature and the Community.  Please see the website and take action where you can to protect this green space for all.    Google River Crane Sanctuary.

  See: You Tube for our Song and learn it:  River Crane Sanctuary by Iain and Sammi

Black Cap visits the Hedgerow under threat from developers.

This small green space behind the garages will be lost and the dark sky where the moths and bats feed will be no more.   Will the hedgerow survive once the people move in to their three storey building with their terrace looking out on a dense, claustrophobic wall of  foliage or will it be cut down to give a river view?

Do you care?    We do. Whatever you give comes back to you.  Law of Karma.

Love and Light


Saturday, 5 August 2017

River Crane Sanctuary

Dear Nature Lovers,

River Crane Sanctuary needs your help as another developer applies to build near our precious Wild Space.
Please visit the Sanctuary website and contact us to keep up to date with events and news to challenge this latest threat to habitat on the river corridor.

Here are some photos of the current residents who do not want to leave!

Visit The River Crane Sanctuary website by clicking the link below for more photos and information on how you can help save this habitat for future generations

Monday, 26 June 2017

Jackson and Jeremy

Jackson at The Albert Hall still singing prophetic songs from the seventies : For a Dancer..Before the Deluge..For Everyman...And Jeremy at Glastonbury quoting Percy Bysshe Shelley!  hope yet for the Planet and all beings if the crowd at both events is a sign of the times and the will of the people of peace.

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

River Crane Sanctuary website

Hi Nature loving yogis,

The River Crane Sanctuary Website is up and running...well toddling anyway.  We will put more on it as we learn how to but sometimes less is take a look at the album already on there and join us in this quest to create a Sanctuary for our wildlife on the River Crane Corridor.

click below:

River Crane Sanctuary

Om shanti

Wednesday, 15 February 2017

RedWings visiting the River Crane!

 Egret and Heron and Kinfisher in Beautiful Bushy Park!

Our  Blackbird family who nest every year with us.   Thank you!

Sunday, 29 January 2017


Dear Yogis,

Wishing us all trust that nature will re-balance and re-new no matter how much we may be feeling low with the state of the world at present.   Mix with like minded friends and make new contacts to defend and stand up for those weaker than ourselves.  We can then become stronger together.
It is only ignorance that causes conflict and much as we may wish for Peace we have a duty to speak up for truth.  We have all seen what happens "when good people do nothing".

Be a Light in the world.

Om shanti shanti shanti

Saturday, 31 December 2016

Finding meaning in 2017

Dear Yogis
Wishing you all a purpose and meaning in 2017 which will bring you a sense of contentment with what is alloted to us all in this short material life.   Stand up to those who through ignorance cannot see past their own selfish needs and wants and let us guard what is left of our precious nature .
Thanks again to all who supported us in saving The River Crane corridor from a new build and let us keep vigilant to any new attempts to domesticate this wild space which is so necessary for the flora and fauna to replenish the whole environment of this unique space in our crowded urban landscape.
Here is a female sparrow hawk who visits the Field and enjoys with us the wonderful trees and dark corridor where our bats feed and live and the giant Ash trees sway in the breeze and enrich our lives with their beauty.