About Margaret Bridgeford

Margaret Bridgeford lives in Brisbane, Australia. Margaret’s recently published book, “Eat … Think … Heal: One Family’s Story of Discovering the Healing Powers of Food and Thought” is a recent achievement in her multi-faceted life. With formal training in psychology, business, leadership and vibrational healing, Margaret’s professional life now includes author, educator, and practitioner of vibrational medicine.

Confessions of a dyslexic

THIS 9-minute audio describes the differences in peripheral vision between boys and girls and gives a range of options available to parents and teachers to help boys build their reading skills and to maintain learning and focus. A written version of this audio presentation is also available – https://letnaturebethedoctor.com/confessions-of-a-dyslexic-2/ […]

The Story of The Left Brain, The Right Brain, and a Visitor Called Dyslexia

Tired eyes, poor concentration, slow reading and constant distractions can now become a thing-of-the-past. Hello and welcome to this revealing story about dyslexia. This blog is also available as an audio blog. If you suffer any of these symptoms you probably sometimes also feel frustration and embarrassment. You may believe that you need to live [...]

By |2018-06-08T16:01:51+10:00June 9th, 2016|Blog, Vibrational Medicine|1 Comment

Left brain / right brain, and a visitor called dyslexia

THIS audio recording describes how the condition of dyslexia can be overcome. It also explains the function of the left and right hemispheres of the brain and how they impact on dyslexia and other reading and concentration issues. A written version of this audio presentation is also available –  https://letnaturebethedoctor.com/the-story-of-the-left-brain-the-right-brain-and-a-visitor-called-dyslexia-2/ […]

By |2018-06-10T18:49:27+10:00June 8th, 2016|Audio, Multimedia|0 Comments

Is modern farming serving society?

Earlier this month, I spoke at a forum in our national capital hosted by the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation. The moment was not lost on me. Although the group was small, the topic was not. I chose a topic that challenges our current food system, with the overarching question “Is modern farming serving society?” I [...]

By |2018-06-07T11:45:51+10:00March 30th, 2016|Blog, General|0 Comments

Are you a food activist?

The burgeoning food movement is both remarkable and unremarkable at the same time. It’s remarkable because despite the corporate ownership of our modern industrial food system (and the very large advertising budget that comes along with corporate ownership), people are recognising it’s huge flaws and making other choices for their food purchases. Local and organic are [...]

By |2018-06-07T11:43:03+10:00March 30th, 2016|Blog, General|0 Comments


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