Teodor Ciontu

Transformational Coach | Meditation Trainer

Life is precious, living it consciously is the path to follow for everlasting happiness.

I’m a Transformational Coach and Meditation Trainer.

I believe that self-revelation is our most fundamental need as human beings, whether we are aware of it or not.

As a long-time meditator and self-enquiry practitioner, I’m committed to upholding this vision of past and present wise men and women that we are all on a continuous journey of self-discovery and of outgrowing our ignorance.

I’m deeply inspired by the sage Ramana Maharshi.

I’m influenced by the work of Robert Kegan, Viktor E Frankl, Carl Jung, Ken Wilber, Jordan Peterson, Jacob Needleman, Christopher Wallis and many other great ancient and modern thinkers. Regarding coaching, I resonate the most with the work and vision of Jim Dethmer, Arjuna Ardagh, Thomas Leonard, Hetty Einzig, Martha Beck, Joseph O’Connor, Steve Chandler.

For more than 10 years I’ve been a collaborator of the first Romanian center dedicated to spirituality and self-development, Seeds for Happiness.

Since 2010 I’ve been part of the organizing team for quarterly retreats in Romania of Buddhist monks from Rabten Choeling – Center for Higher Tibetan Studies.

Coaching for me is one of the best frameworks for assisting each other on this mutual journey of self-realization.

The foundation of my coaching method is based upon the meditative practices and wisdom teachings passed down from various Buddhist monks and Vedanta teachers.

Inner Silence Coaching helps us (re)connect with our natural mental tranquility, leading to greater inner alignment, composure and clarity. This space provides the baseline for holistic exploration, so vital in true transformational coaching.

My dream is to contribute to the creation of a world where cultivating self-awareness will become common knowledge and part of the general education curriculum.

I have more than 25 years of entrepreneurship experience, with a focus on branding and communication consultancy.

I would rather have questions that can't be answered than answers that can't be questioned.
Richard Feynman
American theoretical physicist