Gollnick, James Books

Dr. James Gollnick is Professor Emeritus of Psychology of Religion at St. Paul’s College, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. He has authored numerous books on the subject of dreams including Dreams in the Psychology of Religion previously published by Mellen Press.

Comparative Studies In Merlin From The Vedas To C. G. Jung
1991 0-88946-396-4
Original papers from the Kalamazoo Symposium on Merlin, including such essays as: "Merlin as Psychological Symbol: A Jungian Perspective" by James Gollnick, "Merlin in the Indo-European Tradition" by Zacharias P. Thundy, "Merlin in the Medieval Alchemical Tradition" by Peter Goodrich, "Merlin in the Vulgate and Post Vulgate" by Aileen MacDonald, "Merlin and the Divine Machinery of Dryden's King Arthur" by Brad Walton, "T.H. White's Merlyn: A Flawed Prophet" by Martin Kellman, "The Figure of Merlin in the Middle English Chronicles" by Caroline D. Eckhardt, and "The Metamorphosis of Merlin: An Examination of the Protagonist of `The Crystal Cave' and `The Hollow Hills'" by Christopher Dean.

Dreams In The Psychology Of Religion
1987 0-88946-248-8
The result of academic research and numerous dream seminars in a therapeutic setting, this study points up the spiritual potential of dreams without imposing religious interpretations on dream material.

Flesh As Transformation Symbol In The Theology Of Anselm Of Canterbury Historical And Transpersonal Perspectives
1985 0-88946-810-9
Taking as its organizational principle Herbert Richardson's threefold levels of meaning, this study examines the nine cases in which Anselm uses the word flesh, places the concept flesh in the context of Anselm's theological system, and displays flesh as a motif or transformation symbol governing Anselm's entire life and thought.

The Spiritual, Social, And Scientific Meaning Of Dreams: What Do Our Dreams Teach Us?
2013 0-7734-4506-4
A remarkable book that examines evidence contradicting the assumptions of mainstream science about what is possible both in the dreamworld and in waking life. The book argues that dreams are a multidimensional feedback system that sheds light on virtually every major area of the dreamer’s existence, namely the body, the mind, society, the environment, the cosmos, as well as the dreamer’s possible relationship to the spirit-world and the divine.

The Spiritual, Social, And Scientific Meaning Of Dreams: What Do Our Dreams Teach Us?
2013 0-7734-4506-4
A remarkable book that examines evidence contradicting the assumptions of mainstream science about what is possible both in the dreamworld and in waking life.
The book argues that dreams are a multidimensional feedback system that sheds light on virtually every major area of the dreamer’s existence, namely the body, the mind, society, the environment, the cosmos, as well as the dreamer’s possible relationship to the spirit-world and the divine