ACTIVE TO WORK
ACTIVE TO WORK
How great would it be, if each person:
- takes responsibility for his or her life and environment
- can shape his or her future
- is able to apply the changes that are facing us in his or her life
The power of ACTIVE TO WORK is more than an ideology, it provides tools to put beautiful words and concepts into applicable actions.
Work is the key when it comes to participation, from voluntary work to paid work.
The core message is taking responsibility for your own life and for the environment.
ACTIVE TO WORK provides tools to turn these beautiful words and concepts into an applicable approach. People get the grip on their lives by experiencing themselves as a driving force. They take their lives back in their own hands, take responsibility, experience self-confidence, are able to participate actively in society and feel themselves worthwhile.
Active to Work is based on the “Bronnikov-Fekleron” system.
The author is Vyacheslav M. Bronnikov.
The "Bronnikov-Fekleron" system is built from a combination of o.a. Tibetan-, Slavic- and Templars knowledge and techniques.
During ACTIVE TO WORK, the participants apply a unique combination of these techniques to develop in 3 areas:
- Subconscious: on the physical area
- Consciousness: on the mental area
- Super consciousness: on the area of programs and energy
The participants bring their energy management in optimal condition, activate the self-restoring ability with the result that they experience that their physical complaints disappear.
The participants transform their psychology, behaviour and the view on their own situation, their life and the world.
The participants re-program destructive programs and activate constructive programs.
The participants create a personal future plan that gives direction to their lives and guides them to make targeted choices and take action.
The participants experience what their own share is in the situation they are in, how to influence this situation and bend it to their will.
We work with the principle "Do not look back to what was there, focus on where you want to go."