One question I am often asked is what books to begin reading if one is interested in the Jungian world view. My top recommendations are the books of Robert A. Johnson. They are the most accessible to someone building a Jungian vocabulary.
Campbell’s monomyth has been criticised for being Eurocentric and patriarchal. But it has a more significant problem, in that Campbell was wrong. There is not one pure archetypal story at the heart of human storytelling.
How to think mythically and sense archetypally to better understand our shared humanity, yet honor the diverse ways we live and make meaning. Australian-born Lithuanian Kristina Dryza is recognized as one of the world’s top female futurists and is also an archetypal consultant and author.