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George Gillespie

324 Collins Ave.
Moorestown, NJ 08057-2309

United States

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writer
Internet Presence

About George Gillespie

George Gillespie, Moorestown, NJ; B.A., Rutgers University; B.D. Berkeley Baptist Divinity School (now American Baptist Seminary of the West); M.A. (Journalism), Syracuse University; doctoral studies in Sanskrit, University of Pennsylvania. Rev. Gillespie is an American Baptist minister and has taught the history of religions at seminaries in India. He now writes on the phenomenology of visual experience, including dreaming, hypnopompic imagery, mysticism, and perception.

My notes on the IASD

George has been the host editor for webpages of the ASD journal Dreaming on the ASD Website.

 List of dream-related publications and/or web sites where my work is featured.

He has had articles published in Indian Journal of Theology, Lucidity Letter, Dreaming, DreamTime, Perceptual and Motor Skills, The Psychiatric Journal of the University of Ottawa, LuciDream Journal, Electric Dreams, and The Journal of Christian Healing. He has also contributed chapters to books on dreaming.

Articles available on the Internet:

Gillespie, George (1997). Hypnopompic Imagery and Visual Dream Experience. Dreaming, 7(3).

Gillespie, George (1991). Problems Related to Experimentation While Dreaming Lucidly Part I: The Experience of Lucid Dreaming. Lucidity Letter, Tenth Anniversary Special. Lucidity Association

Gillespie, George (1991). Ordinary Dreams, Lucid Dreams, and Mystical Experience. Part I: The Experience of Lucid Dreaming. Lucidity Letter, Tenth Anniversary Special. Lucidity Association

Gillespie, George (1991). Near Death, Near Dream. Part II: Lucidity and Related States. Section A-1: Altered States - Near-Death Experiences Lucidity Letter, Tenth Anniversary Special. Lucidity Association

Gillespie, George (1991). Dream Light: Categories of Visual Experience During Lucid Dreaming Part II: Lucidity and Related States. Section C: Mystical and Divine Experiences. Lucidity Letter, Tenth Anniversary Special. Lucidity Association

Gillespie, George (2002, March).
The Stable Intense Lights of Lucid Dreaming. Electric Dreams 9(4)

Gillespie, George (2004, October). Composing Poetry in Lucid Dreams. Electric Dreams 11(10)

other articles:

Gillespie, G. (1988). Lucid dreams in Tibetan Buddhism. In J. I. Gackenbach and S. LaBerge (Eds.), Conscious mind, sleeping brain: Perspectives on lucid dreaming (pp, 27-35). New York: Plenum.

Gillespie, G. (1988). When does lucid dreaming become transpersonal experience? Psychiatric Journal of the University of Ottawa, 13(2), 107-110.

Gillespie, G. (1988). Without a guru: An account of my lucid dreaming. In J. I. Gackenbach and S. LaBerge (Eds.). Conscious mind, sleeping brain: Perspectives on lucid dreaming (pp, 343-350). New York: Plenum.

Gillespie, G. (1991). Early Hindu speculation about dreams: Implications for dream yoga. In J. I. Gackenbach and A. Sheikh (Eds.), Dream images: A call to mental arms (pp. 225-230). Amityville, NY: Baywood.

Gillespie, G. (1992). Light in lucid dreams: A review. Dreaming, 2,167-179.

Gillespie, G. (2000). John Woolman’s light in the night: An analysis. Dreaming, 10, 149-160.

Gillespie, G. (2002). Dreams and dreamless sleep. Dreaming, 12, 199-207.

Gillespie, G. (2009). Stable intense lights: A distinct class of light imagery seen in lucid dreaming. DreamTime, 26 (1), 14-15.

Gillespie, G. (2014). A pilgrimage into dreamless sleep. In R. Hurd and K. Bulkeley (Eds.), Lucid dreaming: New perspectives on consciousness in sleep (Vol. 2, Religion, creativity, and culture, pp. 291-299). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

See also www.spiritwatch.ca

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