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ABOUT LYNDY SUMMERHAZE
Widely travelled and well versed in literature, music and life, Dr Lyndy Summerhaze is a woman of the world in her love and understanding of people, and Universal in her holding of humanity in its true light. Born in Australia, Lyndy grew up in the subtropical Northern Rivers region of New South Wales with hot summer days, beach walks, swims, piano and books. Her sojourn into the academic world began through her connection to literature gaining her BA and PhD from the University of Sydney, followed by the publication of notably awarded books. She taught English Literature at the University of New South Wales, Macquarie University, and was a guest lecturer at Cambridge University, London University and the University of Glasgow. Moving residence to Sydney, during this period she also travelled extensively through Europe, the UK and America, meeting and living with people from all walks of life.
Lyndy later returned to live in the Northern Rivers of NSW and here she continues her work. Always drawn to works that breathe light, wisdom and deeper insights into the intricacies of the way of humanity, Lyndy’s discernment of truth brings realisations to life about who we truly are, our purpose and how we can live in alignment to our Divine origins. Lyndy Summerhaze’s works now encompass the length and breadth of the Ageless Wisdom and are dedicated to the evolution of humanity in its truest form.
~ Jenny James
Dr Lyndy Summerhaze
ABOUT THE BOOK
William Shakespeare (1564-1616) was a Master playwright and initiate of the Ageless Wisdom, who laid bare to contemporary Elizabethan and Jacobean audiences the manipulative, exploitative and devastating ways of the creation which we call ‘our world’.
Each and every scenario with its pre-scripted traps and tendrils deliberately constructed to keep us away from our magnificent origin and reduce us into a subjected heap of rubble or, worse, insidiously comfortably trapped in the apparently easeful existence of a false paradise, is clearly exposed on stage to awaken our observational awareness of the fact that we too have consented to play those very games – games in which there is no Love, no Brotherhood, no true joy – games in which everyone is a loser.
Yes, accept the puppeteer’s proffered role . . . and play the game by all means, and the rewards and ease of creation’s living will come your way, but what price do you pay?
It is all at the cost of the wellbeing of the very precious body that enhouses us while on earth and that plays a vital and significant role in our evolution back to who we truly are.
Whose stage do we act upon, whose play are we the vehicles of expression for? The misery of creation or the riches of Heaven?