Has What Doctors Don’t Tell You Ever Helped You?

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2014
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Lynne McTaggart
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I was moved to tears one evening after a talk of mine, when one member of the audience approached me to say that when she’d had cancer, she kept a copy of The Field by her bedside, and for some reason, the message within its pages inspired her to keep going and successfully overcome her cancer.  No book review, no matter how glowing, can ever match that kind of reader reaction. 

 

Dear readers,

 

Has What Doctors Don’t Tell You Ever Helped You?

 

I was moved to tears one evening after a talk of mine, when one member of the audience approached me to say that when she’d had cancer, she kept a copy of The Field by her bedside, and for some reason, the message within its pages inspired her to keep going and successfully overcome her cancer.  No book review, no matter how glowing, can ever match that kind of reader reaction.

 

I was reminded of that yesterday during a launch party for Bite the Sun, a new website helping people maximize their health and well-being, when a woman I’ll call Marie told me that she’d recently been through a dark time and a book of mine spoke to her so deeply that it lifted her up and changed her life.

 

When a journalist once asked me what I consider the major focus of my work, I replied that I thought that I write about hope – hope against illness and hope against a dark and reductive world view.

 

With What Doctors Don’t Tell You, we have a very specific aim:  to restore hope to you about your options to stay or become well.  Many supporters of What Doctors Don’t Tell You, in fighting the recent spurious attempts by the trolls to ban us in Tesco, have given us wonderful feedback about how that aim has been achieved.

 

They tell us specific stories about some article in our pages that helped them regain their health. Like Sam, I’ll call him, who approached us at a conference and told us that because of WDDTY, he still has both of his legs.  Or Sally, I’ll call her, who just told Tesco that because of our information in our pages, one of her relatives recently successfully battled cancer.  In many cases, these are people the conventional medicine could not help. The information about non-drug alternatives literally saved their lives.

 

We’ve never taken a poll before about how useful we’ve been to your lives, but we’d love to hear from you:  what has WDDTY ever done for you?  Have we helped you in any specific way with your health?  Please reply here or write us in care of alice@wddty.co.uk

 

And please keep up the pressure on Tesco.  If they hear from enough of you, they will re-consider. Continue writing them to tell them why you’d like to buy WDDTY from them and what you will do if they refuse to re-stock it: customer.service@tesco.co.uk

Lynne McTaggart

Lynne McTaggart is an award-winning journalist and the author of seven books, including the worldwide international bestsellers The Power of Eight, The Field, The Intention Experiment and The Bond, all considered seminal books of the New Science and now translated into some 30 languages.

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