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Tilly Campbell-Allen is a mother of three, philosopher, artist, and iconologist who was first immersed in Buddhism during the early 80s when geshes lived in her London home. Tilly has been working as a professional artist in France since 2009 focusing very much on divinity, particularly Eastern motifs. She is part of the Buddhist art collective Dakini as Art (creative sister to the Yogini Project) and now has work being owned by a growing number of collectors worldwide. Tilly also has a deep fascination with peeling back the veil of local narratives and seeing a bigger picture of how things work on both micro and macro levels, marrying profound spirituality with phenomenal experience and our emotional journey and posing questions for contemplation and dialogue. Life is still her biggest educator and single handedly parenting her children has been the biggest teacher of all.



Silk Alchemy is published bi-monthly.

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Sound and Vibration: Building Blocks of the Universe
The power of vibrational energy
Uploaded 5 Sep 2018
Retreating into the World: the Ultimate Spiritual Practice
Questions on the value of Buddhist retreats
Uploaded 30 Jul 2018
Formlessness and Fundamental Nature: The <i>Prajnaparamita Sutras</i>
The consciousness of ultimate truth
Uploaded 31 May 2018
The Iconography of Nagas, Part Six: Finding True Meaning
The final part of an esoteric exploration of naga symbology
Uploaded 30 Apr 2018
The Iconography of Nagas, Part Five: Prajnaparamita and the Nature of Reality
Ancient knowledge that resonates with modern science
Uploaded 10 Apr 2018
The Iconography of Nagas, Part Four: Chaos and Creation
The naga in dissolution and rebirth
Uploaded 9 Mar 2018
The Iconography of Nagas, Part Three: DNA in History
The personification of the naga
Uploaded 31 Jan 2018
The Iconography of Nagas, Part Two: Syncretism and Science
Ophiolatry and creation mythology
Uploaded 5 Jan 2018
The Iconography of Nagas, Part One: Serpentine Folklore from the Abyssal Chasm
Exploring the myth and lore of the majestic and mystic serpent
Uploaded 17 Nov 2017
Beyond Gender: Seeking the Sublime in Sacred Art
Rethinking religious and spiritual iconography
Uploaded 8 Sep 2017
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