I checked out University of Metaphysical Sciences more, and the more I look at it the more impressed I am. It isn't a one woman show either, the courses are written by a LOT of people, looks like 50 people, and they have a big staff and faculty. She seems to step out of the way and let the school take on a life of its own. I do like her, Christine Breese
is her name, so if you feel like you need to check her out to see if you resonate with the school, I found her videos and free world peace meditations at MetaphysicalSciences's Channel - YouTube
I resonate with her. Thanks for the link above that took me to her site.
Talk about a one man show, that guy Leon Masters wrote all the courses at University of Metaphysics and they're pretty old and dry feeling. I had originally signed up with that school because it was a little cheaper, but it was a diploma mill for sure with hardly any coursework. They mailed me the entire Bachelors curriculum in only one envelope, it was pathetic. There's nothing to learn there. I demanded all my money back from University of Metaphysics (University of Sedona is the same school, I don't know why they're calling the same school two different names, it's the same curriculum, I asked) because there is no way I want to hold a degree from there, itís a joke. University of Metaphysical Sciences is the real thing from what I can tell.
To the person who says it's just a mish mash of new age stuff, well, some of us are looking for that, and I think this school does a good job with it and puts it all in a linear format that is easy to follow, instead of patching it all together in a haphazard way with library books or different unconnected workshops. Also, I don't have a grandmother's knee to sit on to learn, so for those of us without that, we need something else.
Also, I'm not interested in some dry, antiquated academic stuff that was written by Plato or Aristotle 1000 years or so ago when metaphysics was first coined as a word. I know all about that stuff from my own college days getting a boring secular degree and wrote papers on that too. They just talk
about metaphysics. With this school I get to really experience metaphysics. That's why I like the meditations they have, you get to experience the stuff they're talking about in the courses.
I'm going to sign up. I'll let you know how it goes. I've read a lot of student testimonials all over the web, so all those people can't be wrong. I like hearing directly from the students, and thereís plenty of that out there. I especially enjoyed their student community at Metaphysical Connections
. I think I'm going to get a lot of healing and knowledge out of this, the curriculum is massive, and in no way an easy task. We have to write a 5,000 word thesis and a 10,000 word dissertation too, and I saw the exams that go with each course that you take online, so this is a real school with real coursework. Iíve already learned a lot just from their free courses.
They have some free courses at Metaphysics College, Metaphysics Colleges, Metaphysics, College, Colleges, Meta
and the free meditation downloads are at Meditation, CDs, Audio Meditation, CD, Free, Guided Meditation, Class, Online
and I LOVE them! The meditations are so beautiful and soothing. I'm already healed by some of these! They also told me they have a store where you can get some more of their courses and try it out and see if you like it at University of Metaphysical Sciences Store
so I bought some of the courses (they were really inexpensive) that weren't free on their site just to try it out and make sure they were the same quality, and also so I could see what it's like to be a student. The exams are cool to see and each course has one.
I'm actually surprised they can give this much material and do as much faculty/student interaction as they do for that price. It's non-profit, so I guess that's why. Iím signing up for the $50 per month plan, thatís all I can do in my situation right now. I am also really amazed at the sweetness of the staff I talked to on the phone, three different people. I wanted to make sure it was consistent and it is. I called at different times so I could get a feel for the staff, and every single time I really liked the energy of the person on the phone.
Anyway, since no one really offered any info about this school here, I figured I'd come back and let you know. I just did a lot of research on all the metaphysical schools, and this is the one Iím picking now. There used to be more comments here about the schools and I donít know where those went, I meant to follow the links there were from the old comments, but someone deleted them all, it seems. Not sure how that happened. Anyway, here you are, this is what I found out. Iím going to do it, feels right in my heart.