We have all had glimpses from the far shore, where with openness we experience and are fully in touch with ourselves. From the far shore we see with honesty, clarity, and true acceptance. The Far Shore offers reflections on this experience in everyday life, and is addressed to all who are drawn to the path of awareness and compassion.
About the Author:
Mitchell D. Ginsberg, Ph.D., has worked in the fields of philosophy, psychology, and psycholinguistics since the 1960s, and has been a meditation teacher in the Theravada Buddhist tradition since 1975, leading residential meditation retreats in Great Britain, France, Norway, and the USA. He has been a writer, university professor, and psychotherapist.
Among his publications are two books, Mind and Belief: Psychological Ascription and the Concept of Belief (1972) and The Far Shore: Vipassana, The Practice of Insight (1980, 1996, 2001), and a number of scholarly articles published in four countries. He has maintained a private practice in transpersonal psychotherapy in California since 1982, working with individuals, couples, and families.