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Looking at Type and Spirituality
     

Looking at Type and Spirituality

by Sandra K. Hirsh, Jane A. G. Kise
 
Is your spirituality a quiet, reflective experience? Or do you enjoy public celebration and sharing?

An inward vs. outward orientation is just one of many examples of personal differences in spiritual experience. Regardless of what you believe, how you express that belief can take many forms. Finding the right spiritual path . . . in order to enrich your sense

Overview

Is your spirituality a quiet, reflective experience? Or do you enjoy public celebration and sharing?

An inward vs. outward orientation is just one of many examples of personal differences in spiritual experience. Regardless of what you believe, how you express that belief can take many forms. Finding the right spiritual path . . . in order to enrich your sense of purpose and meaning in life . . . is essential for fully experiencing our most profound gifts.

Looking at Type® and Spirituality is a tool to aid you in your quest. Working with the self-understanding gained from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® instrument, the world's most widely used personality assessment, Looking at Type® and Spirituality can illuminate your personal path with key insights and practical applications:

• Understand why your response to events in life may differ from others
• Find a personally meaningful understanding of those events
• Identify religious practices or sacred experiences that resonate with you
• Understand why some aspects of spirituality are easy for you . . . while others are challenging
• Recognize kindred spirits and respect differences in spiritual expression

Looking at Type® and Spirituality and the concepts of psychological type will guide you in finding and expressing your true, inherent spiritual nature.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780935652307
Publisher:
Center for Applications of
Publication date:
07/01/1997
Series:
Looking at Type Ser.
Pages:
66

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