Matching Your Personality and Spiritual Path, Revised Edition


Matching Your Personality and Spiritual Path, Revised Edition

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Millions of people throughout the world turn to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator™ to guide their career choices, improve their relationships, and resolve conflicts. Now, two experts in the field help readers discover:

  • The approach to spirituality that is most natural for them.
  • Past spiritual experiences and what made them joyful, hollow, or even painful.
  • New spiritual paths that add fullness to life even in the midst of difficulties.

First published in 1998 by Hyperion, SoulTypes is a valuable tool for individual growth and strategic planning for those in leadership roles in congregations and other faith-based organizations.


"Sandra Hirsh and Jane Kise have written a book filled with wisdom and practical guidance for personal development faithful to Carl Jung's function-attitudes in the positive light of spiritual wholeness! Fine tuned in this revised edition!"

– Peter Tufts Richardson, author of Four Spiritualities

"The underlying principle of this book is that when it comes to spirituality, one size does not fit all. Understanding one's own personality type as well as that of others is immensely fruitful both for personal spiritual practice and for church life. The authors are wise enough to recognize both the benefits and limitations of doing 'what comes naturally' for each type. And they allow persons from each type to speak for themselves, enriching the descriptions of the types and applications to practical behavior."

– Bradley P. Holt, Augsburg College, author of Thirsty for God: A Brief History of Christian Spirituality

Product Info

  • Publisher Fortress Press
  • Format Paperback
  • ISBN 9780806651460
  • eBook ISBN 9781451418149
  • Dimensions 6 x 9
  • Pages 256
  • Publication Date March 16, 2006