At RIC 4 Life we are very curious about the essence of life. What defines life? Can we contribute to life? What’s the relation between health and life? What is healing and how does it contribute to life? Can we capture healing? Can we make healing information scalable?
To ask a lot of questions and have an endless curiosity for finding answers — then make that information available for others to improve their lives. We feel it’s our mission to put our collective passion into playing with questions, information, knowns and unknowns, to discover new elements of information, energy or signals that brings every living organism closer to its core essence of life / its original blueprint.
Making information sources available that improve the lives of every living organism.
Ted den Ouden, CEO
After a career in asset management Ted switched to support SME companies in 2015. In 2016 Ted founded the Platform of Happiness. This is a networking company for Health, Wealth & Happiness companies. Ted is a connector and has a huge network. Our platform supports companies like PAL-V and Resonandina.
It is my goal to make the Bengston technique / RIC technique available to as many people as possible.
E. Coen van Veenendaal, CPO
Background: International pharmaceutical marketing, business consultancy and training, patient advocacy, health coaching.
Interest: (Erik) Coen is very curious in the essence of health. Always learning, always exploring new pathways into the elements that make up a truly healthy life. Sharing these insights with others, gives him great joy.
Bill Bengston, CSO
Bill Bengston, PhD is a professor of sociology, with specialization in research methods and statistics. In addition, he is president of the Society for Scientific Exploration, an international group of about 800 scientists who conduct rigorous investigations into scientific anomalies. Dr. Bengston has publications in the Journal of Scientific Exploration, the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, and Explore. He also is on the editorial board of the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine.
His current interest is making healing scalable.
Margaret Nies, IDC
Margaret’s background is eclectic — from farming to the corporate setting. She has a wide range of professional experience in holistic health and healing, marketing, sales, customer service, accounting and high-level project management. Margaret has a deep love of animals and plants. Whenever possible she is outdoors in nature gardening and hiking.