If you would like to further your grounding in the foundations of Soulmaking Dharma and that whole paradigm,  Rob Burbea would suggest that you consider joining Catherine’s online Foundations of Soulmaking Dharma course (Oct 20 – Dec 20 2019; see Barre Center for Buddhist Studies BCBS program for more info). The intention for Catherine’s online […]

Le mercredi 5 décembre 2018, à la CCIG Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie de Genève, Benoît Chappuis et Boaz Feldman, qui ont travaillé avec de nombreux avocats des Barreaux Genevois et Vaudois ont proposé une intervention pour éclairer quelques élément sur ce thème.

Mindfulness for children – major child protection project.

“Part 2 – Mindfulness for children” kicked off in September 2018 with an intensive onsite training in Chisinau (Moldova) this past November 2018. The program was facilitated by Sarah Silverton and Monica and was based on « the Present ».

Sarah has been involved in mindfulness teaching and training for more than 20 years and was a member of the Bangor University (UK), Centre for Mindfulness Research and Practice training team for 17 years. Sarah has been working in Mindfulness in Schools for 8 years. She is the co-author of Paws b curriculum (Mindfulness in Schools Project in the UK). She has since moved on to develop an innovative Mindfulness program that supports educators to share their mindfulness practice with children in a very organic manner – ‘ The Present’.

Participants are so happy that they can take home caring and innovative methods for the benefit of hundreds of children and support them to DREAM, ACHIEVE, REALISE, EXPRESS (DARE)  !

“Ultimately, we want children to grow up to become happy and responsible adults, capable of achieving their full potential in life. We want children to have the courage to strive for their dreams and, if they encounter obstacles, the resilience to try again” (DARE Project director, Caritas Vienna).


Every day, billions of dollars are wasted and thousands of deals are lost because employees are overwhelmed, burned out, or simply no longer care to make efforts that advance their organisation.

As you’re faced with employee burnout, the blending of cultures and generations, and the consistent push for innovation, you’re also challenged to rethink old ideas and discover new methods for achieving sustainable success.

Boaz presented at the Happy at Work Forum in May 2018 for corporate executives to gain knowledge, develop practical tools and regain energy for a more resilient business world.