Born in 1971 in the Siberian city of Barnaul, Shakuntali is an international womens coach, lecturer, and creator of the unique method of working with the sub-conscious called Gyud.
She studied Psychology at Altai State University and has a postgraduate degree in Clinical Psychology. She worked with psychiatric patients in various hospitals around the world for over twenty years and has given more than 100 lectures on the new method "Gyud” - the unstudied potential of the human brain and its ability to resolve situations of violence from both the inside and outside of person.
Her Gyud method healed 154 psoriasis patients at the Sydney Clinic in 2010. She was the subject of the scientific experiment in Canada that involved remote healing of the ruptured organs of a 180 patients who had been in serious accidents. After three days the organs were healed.
She is a leader of the charity project “Field of Love” and visited 32 countries around the world to help women who were victims of violence, abuse, sexual harassment, and also patients who had cancer and other serious diseases. She authored the book that is empowering women internationally - "The Adventures of a Mystic" and is one of the main characters of the book "After Death" - www.newcenturybooks.com
In her lectures, workshops and therapies Shakuntali uses non-traditional methods like the healing Sansa theater, spiritual techniques of emotional liberation through trance dance, feminine yoga, ancestral instruments, therapeutic singing, art therapy and of course, her crafted method of Gyud, which she is constantly perfecting.
She is a simple person who does not like to show off her achievements or skills. Her goal is not to become famous. Everything she does is done from the heart. Her European students who were so deeply moved by the transformations they have experienced in her workshops, secretly created a blog for her: www.shakuntali.com, which they are continually adding to.
In all of this Shakuntali considers herself to be "constantly learning in the school of life, and is grateful each day for the opportunity to be alive and to help make this world a little better".