Unfortunately, without more explanation of what you mean by "Journey" I can't answer you with certainty.
It looks like that might be a list of the typical stages in a "Hero's Journey" in fantasy and science fiction. In which case, you can google a definition of each term to help you.
For some of the trickier terms:
Keep in mind that a "mentor" doesn't necessarily have to be someone above her in status. Her servants that talk her out of her jealous rage could also be seen as advisors.
Crossing the Threshold is typically a point in a journey where the protagonist enters into the world where the adventure happens- Frodo and Sam stepping out of the Shire, Harry the first time he visits Diagon Alley with Hagrid, Edmund and Lucy when they go through the Wardrobe- All examples of "Crossing the Threshold".
Atonement means making up for something you've done, like her betrayal of Antony in battle.
The "return with a gift" can be challenging to fit into this story since it isn't a hero's journey story, but a tragedy. However, her "gift" could be symbolically given to Antony at the end.
Hope this helps you. If you can elaborate on the context of the question I can help you more.