I hadn't felt like this in a while, but I would like some help. I'm not going to go into all the details, but my financial aid for school has disappeared. According to the system at my college, I've maxed all of the classes I had taken and I should have had a degree by now. But the thing is that in 2016, I changed majors because my school was finally offering what I wanted to get into. I've done everything I could. I've sent in the paperwork and I know it takes time to get through with everyone, especially within the first two weeks of a semester.
But honestly, while I've kept myself occupied and busy and trust the Universe to do what it needs to do, I've been feeling a bit worried. It's been almost 2 weeks and I should have heard something by now. I haven't let my emotions take over. I've developed hell of a lot more control than I once had little of years ago. But I'm not gonna lie, with this being my final semester, I need only three classes to graduate. This is important to me.
I appreciate all the advice you can give me.
I would be following up with the school or whatever authority is in charge of the aid to enquire about the progress of the application and make sure they realize that you are so close to graduating. Other than that stay as relaxed as you can until you get an outcome one way or another. Trust you'll be ok whatever happens.
Do you feel your worrying will speed things up? What good does it do you to worry? How does it help you?
Do you think the Universe will not support you in being able to do what you want?
Do you want to control how this unfolds in your favor? Do you want to micromanage the Universe, thinking you know the better, more efficient way? Or do you want to focus on relaxing into your knowing you are being taken care of, and see how this is working out for you?
Well can you call whoever is in charge of this aid? Speak to them on the phone or in person and see what's going on with it. Or if you can't get it, procure alternate ways of obtaining it. Bank loan? Credit cards? Relative loan? If it's only 3 classes, that's not a substantial amount.
I did this. My school let me owe them directly!