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Waterside Productions Announces Guido Ferrari's New Book "A Long Journey"
This book is an account of journalist and documentary filmmaker Guido Ferrari's journey to discover the great secret within us: there is an indestructible harmony in us, full of joy and beauty. In his "journey to the source,"
Ferrari recounts experiences of meditation with great lamas, various states of consciousness, multidimensional reality, UFOs, psychoanalysis, Buddhism, and shamanism. He also describes meetings with great personalities including the Dalai Lama, Eugène Ionesco, Simon Wiesenthal, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, Matthieu Ricard, and others.
Matthieu Ricard wrote: "More than a novel or an abstract philosophical treaty, an autobiography such as A Long Journey can teach us a wealth of insights about human experience. Guido's Ferrari takes us on an intimate and inspiring exploration of the inner discoveries that makes life beautiful."
Guido Ferrari is a journalist, director, and spiritual explorer who lives in southern Switzerland. He holds a degree in economics and social sciences from the University of Bern, and also has training in psychoanalysis and shamanism. As a journalist, director, and producer for the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation and later as a freelance documentarist, he has conducted many interviews and created numerous portraits of famous people, along with documentaries on spirituality and historical themes.
Among the people he has interviewed are the Dalai Lama, Erich Fromm, Karl Popper, Marie-Louise von Franz, Eugène Ionesco, Ervin László, Claude Lévi Strauss, Simon Wiesenthal, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross, Robert Monroe, Matthieu Ricard, James Low, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, and Tulku Thondup.
His documentaries have focused on a range of topics, from life after death, reincarnation, journeys of consciousness, and various aspects of Buddhism to UFOs, spiritual healers, and places of power. Historical topics include Switzerland and World War II, Switzerland and the Jews, and the German surrender in Northern Italy.
Titles of his main works are available at www.guidoferrari.jimdo.com.