Author of award-winning
A Beautiful Medicine

A Beautiful Medicine

A Radical Look at the Essence of Health and Healing

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“The best book on health and aging ever….” -Huffington Post, July 2015

 “A glorious book.” -Gems of Delight Blog, June 2013

 “Mercier's book is a gem.....it re-evokes all of why we (in integrative medicine) got into this work together. A Beautiful Medicine is a beautiful book."

-Integrator Blog, June 2012

“Mercier eschews the hackneyed healer persona in favor of a more grounded approach that’s equal parts sage storyteller and brainy life coach. It’s like you’ve pulled up a stool next to a smart pirate at the oxygen bar, a guy who can riff about integrative medicine while working Chilean neurobiologists, Jonas Salk, and Emily Dickinson into the conversation. By the time he finishes, you’re ready to take on the world within yourself.”

-Baltimore Magazine, July 2013

“Kerouac with On the Road and Pirsig with Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance each inspired a generation and guided a movement. David Mercier’s marvelous book will do the same. After reading this engaging integration of stories, philosophy, and medicine, you will never think of healing in the same way again.”

-Richard Boyatzis, Ph.D., co-author of  international best-seller Primal Leadership

“In his remarkable book, A Beautiful Medicine, David Mercier has described revolutionary new ways of understanding disease, health, and healing. It is beautifully written, well researched, and a treasure trove of transformative ideas.”

-Stanislav Grof, M.D, author of Beyond the Brain, Psychology of the Future, The Cosmic Game, and When the Impossible Happens

“In this stunning book about the true nature of health and wholeness, David Mercier opens a gate of awareness into the beautiful possibilities that medicine holds when practiced as the art of integrating body, heart, mind, soul, and cosmos.” -

Abby Rosen, Ph.D., author of LASTING Transformation

“This is a book that everyone should read. It rivals the Great Books in terms of content and significance. Don't miss it.”

-Amazon reviewer, December 2012