Ruchi [M Phil, IIT Roorkee] & Sanjil [M. Tech, IIT Kanpur] founder of IWC-Inner Wellness Circle, are Healers & Instructors of Therapeutic Energy Healing & Inner Alchemy Yoga. They have been pursuing this field since 2001. After successful 12+ years of IT career they left their job at multinational to dedicate themselves for this work.

Ruchi and Sanjil got introduced to Energy Healing in the year 2001. As fate had planned, they went to their native place to attend their cousin’s marriage. There Sanjil’s father suffered from a severe heart attack. He was put in an ICU, and more than a week passed, but nothing was improving. In those desperate moments, Sanjil remembered one of the IIT Kanpur contacts who used to talk about Energy Healing during his M Tech days, so he went to her. She along with one of her colleagues did remote healing for his father. Miraculously his father’s health started improving. The next day he was in the private room. The doctor said some things have miraculously started working. That day both Ruchi and Sanjil decided to learn this art.  They were able to help Sanjil’s father even though being geographically far through remote healings.

Learning from the experience of Sanjil’s father’s health, they took a vow that this is not going to happen to them. Life is not to fall sick and die in the end. They promised to work towards experiencing life beyond the physical realm while still alive. They both started learning & exploring the art & science of energy healing & various forms of meditation. They became energy healing instructors in 2008, they were able to heal many people to give them proof of something beyond what normal senses could perceive.  In 2010 they quit their IT profession & founded Inner Wellness Circle, to spread the work on Therapeutic Energy Healing & Inner Alchemy Yoga in a structured way to empower people to take care of their physical, and emotional, and spiritual needs.

You know Lord Buddha just saw an old and sick man, and he knew that the same is going to happen to him, and he lost his peace until he worked for his enlightenment and achieved it. For most of us, even though our near and dears suffer and die, we don’t realize that the same would happen to us (or to our dears) one day. We do not even think that there is any solution to it. We have no idea what happened to Buddha is a possibility that exists for each of us. We don’t think of working out a way, learning from those few who have already succeeded. We get lost in mundane things and have no time for taking preventive actions until the problems struck, and no time is left. If one day we have to suffer and die, at that time nothing of what we have achieved in the physical world would matter. Past howsoever pleasant it may be: is nothing but a memory that is of little use. At the end of the day what is left of a dream is also just a memory.

This doesn’t mean that success in the physical world is to be ignored. Actually, spirituality is the direction of those who after being successful in the physical world realize that this does not give them the peace/bliss/happiness they were looking for. Very few people have the wisdom to realize this in time and prioritize their life appropriately. This leaves us with the objective to work with full focus on self-realization, and also influence as many as possible for the same. Any effort that they take up is motivated by these.

May we all achieve the real goals for which we have come to this planet. So be it.