Once There Was a Tribe Where Every Man Was A King

The Jungian Archetypes which we use as metaphors in the ManKind Project both challenge and comfort us in our daily work as New Warriors. The roles of Lover, Warrior, Magician and King represent both the shadow and the gold as it shows up in all our interactions with our families, our communities and especially with ourselves. It is therefore unsurprising that New Warriors are inspired to tell and retell their own Hero’s Journey in metaphors which speak particularly to their world. One such metaphor can be found in Edmond Manning’s first novel, which has just been published.

Edmond describes the book for readers of The ManKind Project Journal.

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Author: Chris

Initiated as New Warrior in New England-June 2010. Active in the MKP local community. Assistant Editor of the ManKind Project Journal.

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