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instinctual
Posted 5/23/2008 10:52 AM (#5660)
Subject: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Hi fellow students!
Just wondering where everyone is in their journey. I just completed my 14th Bachelor level course. If I loved this University any more than I already do, I would bust!

I hope everyone is enjoying the process....

Lori
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/23/2008 11:31 AM (#5662 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Not sure if to reply here or on the student site ? Not sure why I'm asking...!
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instinctual
Posted 5/23/2008 11:53 AM (#5663 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Well it seems to me that you are asking because you can! Did I post this sort of question in the wrong forum?

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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/23/2008 11:56 AM (#5664 - in reply to #5663)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Nooooo : didn't mean to imply that, sorry; I'm just kind of shy, I guess. But it might sit equally well in the student area. Maybe I'll think about where it feels best to reply ...
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soulfire
Posted 5/23/2008 12:11 PM (#5668 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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I recently finished the bachelor's course, and am (gulp) more than halfway through the master's coursework. I need to begin reading for my thesis...*sigh*
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instinctual
Posted 5/23/2008 4:50 PM (#5682 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Oh soulfire, that is fabulous!! Do you know what your thesis topic will be? Best of luck and love and pure happy wishes for you in your endeavors!!!!

Lor
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instinctual
Posted 5/23/2008 4:52 PM (#5683 - in reply to #5664)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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You are shy? That's so endearing....and no need to be sorry...actually I thought I did post this in the student area. Hmm....I think I need to go out and get another massage.

yikers-

L
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soulfire
Posted 5/23/2008 5:55 PM (#5684 - in reply to #5682)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Yes, I've already decided on a thesis topic, as well as decided on a broad category for my dissertation. I will narrow it down further as I read. It feels really good to have a clear goal and know I'm steadily progressing towards it. ...and good luck and blessings to you as well! ~SF

Edited by soulfire 5/23/2008 5:56 PM
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/24/2008 6:38 AM (#5695 - in reply to #5683)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Shy, modest, and often look around thinking there has been some mistake ... !!

I thought about this and then realized some dear folk who post may not be students, and may be interested (though there is too the graduate board on the open site).

I was also a bit reticent because I am feeling rather overwhelmed with the news that i have just completed my doctoral work. So it can be done - keep at it all !

I too have found UMS immensely life & spirit enhancing and do want to keep in touch with everyone xx

Blessings
Paul
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/24/2008 6:49 AM (#5700 - in reply to #5684)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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ps, many congratulations Soulfire !! The courses are an interesting, patient discipline, aren't they? xx
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instinctual
Posted 5/25/2008 1:27 AM (#5720 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Yes, and congrats to you too P, that is outstanding, no small feat....

Celebrate!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/25/2008 4:22 AM (#5722 - in reply to #5720)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Thak you very much Lori.
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instinctual
Posted 5/28/2008 7:32 PM (#6058 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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I'm a slow learner but I catch up quickly so...

I am officially asking for access to the student center if I already do not have it

Thank yous!
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instinctual
Posted 5/28/2008 7:34 PM (#6059 - in reply to #5695)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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What do you plan on doing differently in your career with your doctoral degree P?

I can only hope I make it that far to ponder the same !
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Supernatural3
Posted 5/29/2008 1:00 AM (#6062 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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I finished with all the courses back around Oct. 2006, had my dissertation done before my thesis, because i accidentally made it too large. It was suggested to use my thesis, as my dissertation instead. So I just had to re-write a new thesis. The dissertation took me about 6 months to create. The thesis was done in two days. I think they are pretty easy to write, if you pick something you really love. Then it just flows right out.

I must say, i cannot pick a favorite, but i loved many courses. There were very few that i didn't absolutely love.

Since this school, i have gone to three other schools. I specialized in hypnotherapy, then got my BA in psychology. Now I am working on my MS in Mental Health Counseling, to go with my hypnotherapy, and spiritual counseling. I am also keeping busy performing weddings. I have married 14 couples and have 5 more scheduled as of now. I have only been in the yellow pages since Jan. So that is another fantastic service one can do with UMS schooling.

All i know is if I can do it, you all can do it. Should anyone have problems, i would be more than happy to share my own techniques or understanding. I can even recommend a great citation website for your needs to correctly cite your references in either MLA, APA or Chicago style formats. Just go to http://www.Knightcite.com Then copy and paste what they give you, after you fill in the blanks, and place it in alphabetical order on your reference sheet of your thesis or dissertation. This website is awesome for quoting your citations correctly and have saved my rear on many accounts. LOL My kids told me about this site, and I am sharing the free resource.

Anyway.... i hope you love it all like i did and still do. Even after nearly a year and half of being done, i always go back to my courses for help.
Blessings~
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/29/2008 7:09 AM (#6080 - in reply to #6059)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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I am sure you will; just keep at the 'patient discipline' thing !

As for me, I am open to whatever the Divinity passes to me. I do feel I need a recovery path out of social work management which takes its toll out of me too much.
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instinctual
Posted 5/29/2008 9:45 AM (#6096 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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I can only imagine how much it does, I rather empathize with you..nursing must be almost the same, except your care is not physical that you provide....yours is all...in the head!

(notice the lack of caffeine in my veins-I'll come around)
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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/29/2008 9:54 AM (#6101 - in reply to #6096)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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& both rely on the Heart ...
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instinctual
Posted 5/29/2008 10:08 AM (#6104 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Hi Jill-
Do you have time to sleep? What a labor of love! This workshop I am developing will eventually be a book which I plan on being a compliment to my dissertation-or vice versa- thanks for the reference to the website-what a great tool that must be..I am sure I will be visiting it...
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Tracy Martin
Posted 5/29/2008 1:38 PM (#6144 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Jill's thesis or dissertation has become a UMS elective "House Healing For Ghost Hunters." I have not read it yet but am looking forward to it, especially since questions have come to me lately about energy beings that surround us or attach to us. Enrolled students and alumni who wish to purchase an extra elective for $10. can.

It is quite amazing what Jill has done, directing her energy to accomplish so many interesting things, and a great Mom, friend, and wife too!

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Paul Joseph
Posted 5/29/2008 2:04 PM (#6148 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Mazel Tov
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soulfire
Posted 5/30/2008 12:16 PM (#6183 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Jill - how did you get started performing weddings? Did you advertise? Was it hard? I think I might like to do that ultimately - I mean down the line, that is.
Congrats on having your dissertation approved as a course! ~SF
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Supernatural3
Posted 5/30/2008 2:39 PM (#6188 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Hey all, Thanks for such compliments. Sometimes I feel pulled at in all directions, but it works out somehow. LOL

It was my thesis that was turned into an elective. I was actually shocked they wanted that one over the bigger one....I threw the one they took together in two days. It just flowed out, like it wasn't me. Perhaps that is why it worked. Thanks again.

As far as marriages; I had to send a photo copy of my certificate of ordination to the state of Ohio with their fee. (always about money) once I did that, they send back a license. This isn't in all states, but in Ohio i had to do that. Some states are free, some more, some less. I think Ohio was $10 bucks. No biggy. Then all i did was create a website. (which got my first clients). Then i placed ads in the yellow pages (Just listings). Which is what is working for all the rest of the clients. I am in three different local phone books under Wedding Ceremonies. I bought a black robe and a purple stoll. I haven't used that one yet, i will next weekend. It's easy and pretty quick.

I do get extra nervous.... because when i get nervous i can tend to be a dyslexic speaker. NOT a good thing. LOL I will swap letters of words exactly somehow. I.e. I will mean to say let the sun shine, and will accidentally say let the shun sine. So i have to make sure I slow it down, take deep breaths, and I do fine. This also helps the nervous couple. Me telling them to take a deep breath, while I needed it, has helped. I remember a couple actually came up and Thanked me for reminding them to take a deep breath. Just prior to starting the ceremony.

Over all, it's been a blessing~ I consider myself one lucky person. ha ha



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kukla2555
Posted 5/30/2008 4:01 PM (#6195 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?


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I actually just sent an email out requesting that information. How do I find out?
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Tracy Martin
Posted 5/30/2008 4:12 PM (#6200 - in reply to #5660)
Subject: RE: Where is everyone at in their coursework?



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Kukla, someone in the office will help you to figure that out. We can send a copy of your transcript. I am not in the office, not usually there on Fridays.

Soulfire, the rules are different in each state, but Jill's experience seems about the norm.

Jill, Each mistake you make brings a special energy to each wedding! It's joyful!
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