As Wise As Solomon


Craig Hamilton.

What about Craig Hamilton?

He’s cute.

I’m kidding! Actually, I’m not. Anyway. He’s offering spiritual courses online (some at no charge even) which I’m only half interested in joining. Even those from Neale’s camp. I mean, reading through the brief description alone gives me headaches. They sound very technical. From what I understand–if I really want to reach the highest potential of my spirituality I have to go through all that nitty-gritty stuff? Do I?

What does your Soul say?

It’s saying No.

Then My answer is No.

Then how am I to teach others about spirituality if I myself am not learned in the ways of spirituality?

Who will you be teaching?

Kids, I suppose. Oh. I see what You mean.

Your Soul’s purpose is to enlighten children to their spirituality. Do you think they will understand all that nitty-gritty stuff?


No. Those technical and nitty-gritty stuff are for the adults who are seeking their spirituality. There are many messengers in your world who have their own brand of wisdom. The Soul is capable of transforming itself into anything it wants to be depending on its purpose in this realm. The Soul can be a man or a woman. The Soul can be as wise as Solomon or as simple as a newborn infant. The Soul can be as profound as the deepest sea or as shallow as a puddle of rain water. The Soul can be anything it wants. The Soul has a purpose and it will adapt itself to that purpose in order to accomplish that purpose. But do not underestimate your wisdom, child. There are people out there who read your words and understand them but are not able to define it in concrete. Meaning, a viable explanation that can be passed on in words to another. Only the Soul understands and only in the Soul will it be retained. That is why it is called Soul Language. Each of you have your own kind of wisdom. Do not envy those that may seem more learned and profound in the way they convey their wisdom to others. You do not know the life they have experienced in order to gain that wisdom. And it is through life that you gain your own brand of wisdom. From infancy to adulthood to your senior years, you accumulate wisdom that is particular to your purpose. If you deprive yourself of this life by being in seclusion or being afraid of creating your reality every time the opportunity arises then that is what you will be. Secluded and inexperienced. If you believe you can help others live their lives with all its ups and downs without experiencing those ups and downs yourself then you are sadly mistaken. It is better for you to stay secluded for the rest of your life because you will simply mislead others with your own lack of wisdom. Look at Neale and all those who he is working with. Neale and most of them have gone through most of what the rest of humanity are going through in order for them to help others gain their highest potential in reaching their spirituality in their lifetime. In order for others to live life to the fullest. And these people who gain these improvements will certainly not just keep it to themselves. Joy is contagious. Once you have it, you cannot help but spread it around. My dear child, don’t think that your experiences have stopped in the here and now. Oh no. You still have a lot of experiencing to do.

Great. That doesn’t exactly make me feel any better.

That doesn’t sound like the warrior I know.

I’m not a warrior. My life has been quite easy so far.

A marriage break-up and having a special needs child is easy?

That’s not what I meant. It seems easy now because they’re all in the past and I overcame them.

They seem that way because it is only now that you know they have a purpose.

Oh yes. That helps a lot. Now, I know why I was molested in public places a few times. I know how it feels to go hungry and live in a poor area of a city (university days). How it feels like to do everything in a home and have a special needs child at the same time. How it feels like-

Don’t worry, dear one. The future holds more for you and believe Me, before your return to My realm you’ll be wiser than Solomon.

Thank you. I think. One request.


In my next lifetime, can I be as wise as Neale or Craig?

That is entirely up to you, dear one.