Mick Collins on the Unselfish Spirit

Mick Collins is an Occupational Therapist and currently lecturer and director of admissions within the faculty of medicine and health sciences at the University of East Anglia. Mick’s research interests have mostly focused on understanding the links between people’s occupational and transpersonal potential. The subject of his PhD explored the complementary functions of doing and being in the transformative journey through spiritual crisis. Drawing from diverse fields such as cosmology, new biology and quantum physics, alongside depth psychology, occupational science and mysticism, The Unselfish Spirit identifies how our global crisis is also a spiritual one and how we as a race can collectively grow our consciousness to solve the complex web of challenges that threaten life on Earth. As well as discussing theories, The Unselfish Spirit offers exercises and real-life stories providing space for experiential reflections.

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