Books on Spirituality



Archetype of the Spirit
Archetype of the Spirit

Archetype of the Spirit documents a presence in our lives very near to us and of remotely ancient tradition. Employing the images and motifs found universally in local traditions around the world, Peter Tufts Richardson’s book correlates these with psychological type, the MBTI® instrument, Jung’s compass, and the Four Spiritualities of our humanity.



Archetypes for Spiritual Direction
Archetypes for Spiritual Direction

Marriage coach and spiritual director Dr. Bruce Tallman explores the archetypal roots and applications of archetypes in spirituality. With roots in the archetypal work of Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell, Carol Pearson, and others, Tallman focuses on accessing and using four heroic archetypes (Sovereign, Warrior, Seer, Lover), as well as their anti-heroic counterparts, to guide our self-understanding, spiritual growth, and sense of purpose.



Knowing Me, Knowing God
Knowing Me, Knowing God

You are invited to respond to the Spirituality Questionnaire at the heart of this easy-to-follow introduction to the MBTI® instrument. Whether you are new to the Indicator or looking for a fresh way to improve the quality of your spiritual life, this book can deepen understanding of your own personality and enhance your relationships with others.



LifeKeys
LifeKeys

LifeKeys is a powerful book that combines spirituality with MBTI personality type and personal exploration to help answer the questions, "Why are you here? What do you do best? What are you passionate about? What do you value?" and "What are your priorities?" In this new edition, exercises and reflection questions have been developed to help readers explore volunteer and service opportunities, first career direction, midlife transitions and retirement planning.



Looking at Type® and Spirituality
Looking at Type® and Spirituality

Are you excited by active expression of your spirituality, or are you more interested in opportunities for reflection upon the divine? Learn more about how these preferences can have a powerful impact on how you express your spirituality, common stumbling blocks to spirituality, and how your spirituality can grow deeper.



Looking at Type® Series
Looking at Type® Series

The Looking at Type® series includes one each of Looking at Type®: The Fundamentals, Looking at Type®: Your Career, Looking at Type® and Learning Styles, Looking at Type® and Spirituality, and Looking at Type® in the Workplace. This package contains all the information you will need to help your clients understand and learn to apply type in all facets of their lives.



Soul Types
Soul Types

Through stories, examples, and practical exercises, this revised edition of SoulTypes will help people discover which approach to spirituality, or "soul work," is most natural to each personality type. Jane Kise and Sandra Hirsh, coauthors of LifeKeys, explain what made past spiritual experiences meaningful, joyful, hollow, or even painful and uncover new paths for soul work that can add fullness to life at every stage of our journey, even in the midst of difficulties.



Type and Spirituality Kit
Type and Spirituality Kit

Your personality type can impact the way to express your spirituality, and each type may be inclined toward some sort of prayer, mediation, or belief. This collection of thoughtful books will help you find your own unique spiritual path. The Type and Spirituality Kit includes: Looking at Type® and Spiritualityby Sandra K.



Your Personality and the Spiritual Life
Your Personality and the Spiritual Life

The author, an ordained minister, analyzes various personality types with actual case studies from scripture. He also offers biblically based guidelines to managing vulnerabilities and affirming strengths, all with the goal of spiritual growth.