Stanley Miller received his Bachelor of Metaphysical Science, B.Msc., from the University of Metaphysics in 2018. He is also an ordained metaphysical minister, having received his ordination and practitioner diploma from the International Metaphysical Ministry University Seminary.
His academic training began in Topeka, Kansas, during his work with the State of Kansas at a neurological institute in 1988. He entered Washburn University, where his major was Social Work. He later moved from Kansas to Arizona, continuing his career in state service working with disabled persons and continuing his education at Ottawa University from 95-98. In 1998 he returned to Texas and began working for the state at the state hospital.
He resumed his educational pursuits in 2001 and obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in 2003 and his ordination as a minister, receiving seminary training through Memphis Theological Seminary. Since the age of seven, his early years and most of adult life were exposed to metaphysical concepts through Kabbalistic and Rosicrucian philosophies.
During this tour of state service in Texas, he resumed his education at Stephen F. Austin State University and obtained a Master of Social work in 2012.
He is presently working to obtain his Master’s in Metaphysical Science, M.Msc. and is a doctoral candidate for metaphysical studies at the University of Sedona.
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