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instinctual
Posted 5/30/2008 9:38 PM (#6218 - in reply to #5660)
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Wow Jill! Congratulations....that is sooooo impressive..you and your family must be so proud..!

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danny.israel
Posted 6/5/2008 5:12 PM (#6388 - in reply to #6144)
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in response to jill's thesis, at my current work place we all see beings in our peripheral, sometimes, within 5 minutes I will think someone is coming to talk to me 3 times. Everytime I am sure it is a co worker coming to talk and then there is no one there. Then I found out it is happening to everyone.

As for where I am at, I am nearly finished the bachelors, and will probably do the creative project last. I have had a lot of ideas for it, all of which were too big, and I am waiting for the pressure to come so I can put more energy into it.
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Supernatural3
Posted 6/5/2008 9:49 PM (#6394 - in reply to #5660)
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Danny, it will come, when it's needed. I work best for some reason under pressure. Then i go into auto-pilot. That is how i describe it anyway. Just type, what you FEEL, or draw, what you see in your mind.

I have a very creative mind, some would even say it's warped. HE HE HE, gotta keep it, fun.

As far as activity in the place (Ghostly) I don't doubt it. Ghostly activity has been reported since man walked earth. By all means, if we beleive we exist after human death, then there is eternal intelligence and i don't think they keep us locked up. LOL, well maybe me. HA HA HA. I am kidding, but I know exactly what you are talking about Danny.

Thank you for the compliments everyone, I do enjoy weddings very much. They are fun.... When i goof up, i just giggle and it all blends in, like i was supposed to do that. End result.... they are MARRIED. As long as I sign the papers.... send it in.... it's all good.

I am feeling a little better now. Can you tell? :P

HUGS
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Paul Joseph
Posted 6/8/2008 2:08 PM (#6463 - in reply to #5660)
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Back to the thread title,

I wonder that I may be

... always the beginner

...........still learning

.......................I hope

....................................or at any rate, learning how to hope ......
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Supernatural3
Posted 6/8/2008 3:35 PM (#6472 - in reply to #5660)
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We do delete duplicate posts. If we catch them.
It's all good!

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Paul Joseph
Posted 6/8/2008 4:15 PM (#6478 - in reply to #6472)
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Duplicate posts are not always duplicate. Ha ! Accidents disclose the presence of the unseen ...
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Supernatural3
Posted 6/8/2008 8:26 PM (#6484 - in reply to #5660)
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We do what we can..... 


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Paul Joseph
Posted 6/9/2008 4:56 AM (#6495 - in reply to #6484)
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DocJ - I wasn't being critical at all; just making a playful observation/interpretation even, how the Mind/Conscsiousness can interract unconsciously with the e-mail system !!
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Supernatural3
Posted 6/9/2008 11:37 AM (#6512 - in reply to #5660)
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It's all good, no need to worry. We are here for you. 
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Katrina
Posted 7/30/2009 7:31 PM (#16284 - in reply to #5660)
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I thought I'd research some old threads and see if we can get the energy flowing.

Glad I found this one, Jill's story is really an inspiration . Maybe we could restart this thread and add what you plan on doing with your degree and what the graduates are doing.

I just finished all the Bachelor's courses (Yeah ) and have begun the Master's program. At this point in my studies the hypnotherapy courses have really inspired me (as well as everyones input here! - thank you ). I plan to begin a course to become a certified clinical hypnotherapist in January. I am also feeling a great desire to write and have already begun a writing for publication course. I would love to perform weddings as well as work as a life coach, but for now I'm just seeing where this wonderful path leads!


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Nadine
Posted 8/3/2009 1:53 PM (#16384 - in reply to #5660)
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I am a beginner with the school and have completed 7 courses. I am in the process of creating a Ayurveda Practioner School in Buffalo NY. Buffaloayurveda.com. I didn't believe I could do this until I started taking the courses at the University of Metaphysical Sciences. It's been life changing and I can't thank everyone associated with the school enough. Thank you all.
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Katrina
Posted 8/3/2009 8:19 PM (#16386 - in reply to #5660)
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Nadine - How wonderful and exciting for you!!! Let me know when you get it open, I was really intrigued by that course and would love visit and support a fellow student .
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/4/2009 4:18 AM (#16387 - in reply to #16386)
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Congratulations, Katrina & Nadine

I often reflect that all our involvement with UMS is doing something fundamental to assist with the healing of the planet, and emanate the Light

Edited by Paul Joseph 8/4/2009 4:19 AM
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mruppert
Posted 8/4/2009 9:07 PM (#16399 - in reply to #5660)
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Extreme difficulty! I get sidetracked into so many things so easily. And, I just am not going to meditate......at least not yet!

Peace out,
Marty and Kiddens, Luck, Popp, and Siss
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Supernatural3
Posted 8/5/2009 10:48 AM (#16410 - in reply to #5660)
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Right now I am not in any school what-so-ever and I find myself somewhat in a rut. My purpose has dropped down to blah.... I know I want to write more, but need to focus, which seems so hard to do right now.

I am goal oriented.... If I have a purpose (diploma, degree, certificate) of some sort, then I seem to put more effort into it. If I don't have a goal, then I just procrastinate.

I miss school.... I pretty much finished here in 06. I could start over... lol. NAH! I know... I think I will start my second dissertation. Gee, I hope I can remember how to plan it out. I have no idea what to write it on... but will figure it out. I have an IDEA! everything starts with idea's.

Keep up the good work everyone! 

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Absolute Sovereigncy
Posted 8/11/2009 9:43 PM (#16457 - in reply to #16410)
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4 classes to complete for my bachelor's. Haven't been able to hit the books for the last month. Heavy work load.
Catching up from being out of work for 8 months.

Peace within,

Absolute Sovereigncy
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leo
Posted 8/12/2009 6:58 PM (#16475 - in reply to #5660)
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Just finished my Bachelor (B.Div.) Loving the school and the course material. Got my masters stuff yesterday along with my diploma. Now for the true challenge THE THESIS, I'm certain it'll go well. Just a little overwhelming at first glance. Blessings to each of you on your journey into the truth.

Leo
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Disa
Posted 8/12/2009 8:49 PM (#16478 - in reply to #5660)
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I've completed 10 courses of the Bachelor Program. I have 6 courses here that I am reading through slowly but surely. The Communication Skills course arrived the other day and I think it was just what I needed at just the right time. It's been hard to keep the pace over the summer but I should be back on track soon. I have no idea what I'll do once I've completed all the courses, for now, I'm just enjoying the ride and exploring the possibilities.

Leo, Congrats on finishing the Bachelor Program. Did the instructions for the Thesis come with the first packet of Master's materials? I feel overwhelmed by the prospect of doing the thesis and I haven't seen anything on it yet.

It's wonderful to see people progressing. Good luck everyone!
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leo
Posted 8/12/2009 10:10 PM (#16483 - in reply to #5660)
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Yes, the thesis information came with the welcome to the masters program packet. That and the first 4 courses. The thesis won't be that difficult. All of the information will guide you through the process. It's the same basic layout as most of the course material. The introduction, review of literature, methods, findings, discussion and conclusion. There is a requirement for a total of ten books used for your research. So pick a topic and start reading. I've had my topic for a couple of months and have done a fair amount of web searchs, all saved to my research file.
Just pick a topic that you find interesting (metaphysical of course) and you'll be ready when the time comes.

It truly isn't that bad.
Blessings
Leo
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Disa
Posted 8/13/2009 5:26 AM (#16487 - in reply to #5660)
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Thanks, Leo! That's great info.
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/14/2009 2:46 PM (#16526 - in reply to #16487)
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Leo's advice is sound, and s/he has a great avatar.

And, congratulations to him/her, mazel tov.

Though as regards her/his advice, and nowithstanding it is great for the essential of writing and completing successfully the dissertation, I for myself take the view that 10 books is the basic. There are very many more than 10 books in the world; so,

just to suggest, read widely, choose carefully, then read and choose again. I've no idea how olde Thee might be, nor what Thine intentions are, but this is just my response.

lel
(love everyone lots)

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Fran
Posted 8/19/2009 5:21 PM (#16658 - in reply to #5660)
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I've completed the Bachelor's and have started back in on the Master's courses. Trying to stay focused & motivated to get them completed, but always a bit frazzled & out of sorts by the time I leave the day job it seems (keep trying to figure out why I'm still there, but not trying to fight it as much - figure it's like quick sand, the more I struggle against it... the quicker it'll pull me under).

Best of luck to all in their studies & endeavors!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 9/3/2009 11:40 AM (#16821 - in reply to #16658)
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Congrats on the Bachelor's completion Fran, and every blessing for the Master's voyage
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Paul Joseph
Posted 11/2/2009 7:36 AM (#17632 - in reply to #6218)
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Hi Ferty - for me, doing the UMS work is so far removed from buying essays that it is not on the same planet
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Supernatural3
Posted 11/2/2009 8:40 AM (#17633 - in reply to #5660)
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Ferty has posted SPAM again and will be BANNED!

Sorry everyone...

I believe that if you cannot write your own papers, why pay for school to begin with. The writing is only to help one express their own idea's and write about how it's put to use. Most written papers are unique and different, which is exactly what makes all these different courses now available to others. 

Please tell a mod if you see such a post like that one again.
Thank you Paul, it was your post that caught my eye to do something about it.

Blessings!

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