Linked Glossary of Terms
(references to De Wijsbegeerte der Wetsidee, unless indicated)

extravertive Term used by C.G. Jung
extrovertive Term used by W.T. Stace

Jung refers to an outward movement

Stace refers to an outward-looking mysticism, one that finds unity in looking at the external world.

In both cases, there is a movement away from the center, what Dooyeweerd calls the “divergent direction” of consciousness (NC I, 57-58).

Baader refers to this movement away from the center as a centrifugal movement.