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Sibel Kavunoglu
Sibel Kavunoğlu 

In the finance sector, where he worked for 23 years, he mainly worked on the implementation of improvement and development projects. Transformational Breath, which he met in 2005, helped him discover his own truth. Realizing that life is full of miracles, he began his spiritual journey. The encounter with the spiritual leader of Tibet, the Dalai Lama, during one of his travels in 2010, opened another period in his life and he started to meditate besides breathing studies.


​A person who has trusted only her mind for many yearş, Sibel Kavunoğlu believes that the way to real existence passes through the heart, saying that “Once you open your heart, you allow your system to work as it should. Love, compassion, peace and abundance begin to flow towards you”.


their work; Training and consulting individuals and corporate companies on personal development at the Tushita meditation center in Elmacık Dere village, 14 km away from Istanbul and Other Cities of Turkey and Abant wisdom. A retreat with Buddhist teaching and Meditation in India at the beginning of led. 

 He is the Turkey Representative of the Transformational Breath Foundation (TBF).

Sibel Kavunoğlu, the author of the book "Your Reality is Your Desires and Desires", between 2011-2022He shared his articles on the website  Milliyet/health. Currently, he continues to write awareness articles on this site. 



My Inspirations...


HE 14th Dalai Lama, He was born as the 5th of 16 children to a farming family in Amdo province of Tibet. At the age of 2, he was considered the reincarnation of the 13th DalaiLama. On November 17, 1950, at the age of 15, he was appointed as Tibet's head of state and most important political administrator. 

newly founded 1949 Chinese His Holiness, who had to assume the position of head of the national cabinet despite his young age, when his government began to invade Tibet, pursued a peaceful, non-violent policy towards the Chinese invaders for nine years, but the Chinese government increasingly violently attacked them. It has been cruel to the tens of thousands of defenseless Tibetans who resisted. As the Chinese began to besiege the holy city of Lhasa, His Holiness the Dalai Lama crossed the Himalayas to India on March 31, 1959, at the invitation of Indian Prime Minister Nehru, to continue the peaceful struggle. There he established the governing body of Tibet under the name "Tibet-in-exile" and, together with the thousands of Tibetan refugees accompanying him, sought to preserve Tibetan culture and education.

Along with His Holiness, approximately 80,000 Tibetans crossed over to India and settled in different parts of India, Nepal, Bhutan and different parts of the world as refugees 

His Holiness the Dalai Lama was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize on December 10, 1989 for his peaceful policies and non-violent struggle for Tibet's freedom. It is believed to be an embodied expression of His Holiness the Dalai Lama's Bodhisattva of Infinite Compassion.


HE Choekyi Nangwa Rinpoche, He was born in Tibet in 1963. His father is Dojee and his mother is Dolma. At the age of eight, he learned to read and write Tibetan while shepherding farms and cattle. At the age of 15, he was ordained as a monk, where he performed the hair-cutting ceremony of the Venerable Lama Kalden. HE Choekyi Nangwa Rinpoche began taking and practicing Kalachakra Six Session Yoga under the guidance of Vajra Master Lama Pelsang. He then studied under the guidance of his main teacher, HEHE Dorjee Chang Lama Yonten Pelsangpo, who held almost all the tantric and sutric teachings of the Jonang tradition.

At the age of 25, Choekyi Nangwa Rinpoche had the opportunity to study the principles of all Tibetan Buddhist traditions at Bejeing Buddhist College for two years alongside the 10th HH Panchen Rinpoche.

In 1986, Choekyi Nangwa Rinpoche was recognized by Lama Yonten Pelsangpo as the reincarnation of Tselminpa Sonam Sangpo, a grand disciple of Kunkhen Jonangpa Chenpo Sherap Gyaltsen (1292-1361), who was in turn the reincarnation of Ngeton Bhakula. Later, Abbot Choekyi Nangwa Rinpoche studied and performed the Generation Stage of Jungpo Dulshe (Tamer of Spirits) under the guidance of Abbot Losang Trinlae.  

Since 1993, HE Choekyi Nangwa Rinpoche has been in exile in India. He then studied five major Buddhist texts at Gaden Monastic University in South India. received teachings and attunements from the Dalai Lama, especially Kalachakra and Hundred instruction of Jonang Kunga Drolchok (1507-1566).

In 1998, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama offered the Sangye Choeling monastery to HH KhalKha Jetsun Dhampa for the revival and promotion of the Jonang tradition and renamed the monastery as Jonang Takten Phuntsok Chosling Monastery. It was then that the Holy Choekyi recognized Nangwa Rinpoche as the Abbot of the monastery. Currently, Jonang Takten Phuntsok Chosling is the High Priest of Tibetan Buddhist monastery Sanjauli, Shimla, HP, India. He looks after all the monks of the monastery and teaches them the Jonang tradition. He also teaches Kalachakra Six Session Yoga to students at the Kalachakra meditation Center. 

Judith Kravitz

Dr. Judith KravitzIHe first experienced conscious breathing work in the mid-seventies with the breathing work called Rebirthing. This breathing exercise was aimed at resolving various traumas experienced by individuals during birth.

He was later inspired to combine conscious breathing work with the spiritual counseling work he was conducting. While doing breathing work with her clients, she gained insight on how to make this work more effective, powerful and permanent. Over time, the form, techniques, and intention of the breathing work she practiced have changed considerably, and Judith hasTransformational Breath®gave his name.

TodayTransformational BreathIt is experienced and shared around the world as a powerful self-healing method. This technique is derived from the work of Leonard Orr and Dr. It has spread to a much wider audience than Stanislav Grof's Holotropic method. There is now a global success story in breathing work. 

Based on her own metaphysical doctoral research, Judith has integrated many techniques and principles related to healing and spirituality, such as Kundalini Yoga, breath analysis, sound healing, body mapping, into Transformational Breath, which is the most healing breathing study and training system known today.

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