Jung is very much a product of 'Western thinking', in fact it's the relative freedom of thought that the West provides, coupled with the post enlightenment spirit of intellectual adventure, that allows for speculation with regard to things the character of the mind, religion, ethics, politics etc. that doesn't' negate that we are the products of our backgrounds - Jungs own religious background was seminal in his thinking, and he never really transcended it, but the eschewing of triditional religious conformity was crucial for this undertakings. It's not surprising that an examination of the unconscious that transcends mysticism or religious dogma was formulated in the West, by people like Jung and Freud, and shortcomings with their theories not withstanding, are at least pioneering.
The reason Jung chimed so perfectly with the counter cultural ism of the sixties, is that the sixties represent a turning away from traditional hierarchical structures -the church, the family, class etc, only to be replaced with a more privatised pluralist -essentially modern idea of the spiritual. this is quintessential Western modernity, of which you are a product, Western thinking is heterogeneous by definition, not the monolith you describe.
But this has nothing to do with the points i was making, and seems off topic to say the least.