Spirituality for Extroverts: and Tips for Those Who Love Them

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Does prayer have to be silent?
Does meditation have to be solemn?
If I’m an extrovert, can I worship God?

 

In this groundbreaking book, psychologist and spiritual adviser Nancy Reeves presents a refreshing view of spirituality that goes beyond personality to provide extroverts (and those who love them) with exciting new ways of approaching God.

 

Reeves explores a wide variety of spiritual practices for extroverts, including:

  • Praying in motion
  • Singing
  • Cultivating spiritual friendships
  • Practicing spirituality in groups

 

In the end, she urges all of us, extrovert and introvert alike, to seek a mature spirituality that embraces all the aspects of our personalities.

Includes questions for reflection and discussion. Perfect for book clubs, discussion groups, and bible study classes.

“For some reason, we think of quiet, introverted people as the very name of holiness. This cannot be true, and Nancy Reeves shows us why!”
-Richard Rohr, author of
Things Hidden: Scripture as Spirituality

 

“I’ve been waiting a long time to read a book like this! Nancy Reeves provides much needed insight and guidance.”
-Joyce Rupp, author of
Fresh Bread: And Other Gifts of Spiritual Nourishment

“As an introvert, I found Reeves’ perspectives eye-opening and enormously helpful. They will change the way I interact with the extroverts in my life. This book should be required reading for anyone offering spiritual guidance.”
-Marjorie J. Thompson, author of
Soul Feast: An Invitation to the Christian Spiritual Life

Nancy Reeves is a clinical psychologist, spiritual director, poet, and author. She is director of the Island Loss Clinic, teaches at the University of Victoria, and conducts many lectures and workshops internationally. She is the author of A Match Made in Heaven: A Bible-Based Guide to Deepening Your Relationship with God and I’d Say Yes, God, If I Knew What You Wanted.