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pureimaginaSHAN
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 Posted: Sun Jul 25th, 2010 09:15 pm
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so yesterday i attended my first abraham workshop in san francisco, ca. i was truly amazed at how funny and insightful abraham is in person! the recordings are always good but there's nothing like witnessing it up close. i happened to be sitting next to one of the forum members, HEY MOLLY! (btw i manifested her presence because i had been thinking of the name for the past few days for some reason haha) & she told me about this site. im looking forward to reading and sharing some great stories about co-creation. it kind of sucks not always having someone around who understands the laws of the universe and doesnt think ur crazy when u talk about a "vortex" lol.

im 22 and still in college & will b applying to a prestigious university in the fall. im excited and about 99% sure i'll get in, all the signs point to yes! but am afraid that once i do get accepted maybe i wont be able to handle the work?? how can i get rid of this doubt? also theres the question of where i would live and stuff like that, i've never lived away from home so i'm kind of anxious for that too. any answers??? thanx, much appreciated! blessings to u all :)

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 Posted: Mon Jul 26th, 2010 02:43 pm
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Hello pureimaginaSHAN ::hugging

Nice to have you here in this forum. You are very much welcome!!!

And as far as your studies are concerned: Don't worry. If the subject you'll study is really that what your heart is in, you will manage the work easily. At times it can be really fun to work hard - especially as in Universities you can form study groups with other students and make the work even more fun...
As for your living situation there, there are usually several opportunites like living in some sort of student home (can be a lot of fun because everybody there is in the same situation as you and contacts are easily made...) or you choose to live in a student community (sharing a flat with some other students) or you rent a room in a flat or house owned by somebody who likes to share costs (Can be fun and pretty luxurious... I know a senior citizen who owns a house where he from time to time rents one or two rooms to students, who then are allowed to use the living room, a big, well equiped sit-in kitchen, a working chamber, two bathrooms, a beautiful terrace and the garden as well... at a very good price!!!)

So, as I said, don't worry - be happy ::music:-)

Wish you a good time at your new University :-)

Anne::hearts::group

pureimaginaSHAN
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 Posted: Mon Aug 9th, 2010 08:22 pm
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thanks so much for the encouragement :)


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