Praise forThe Last Best Cure
The Last Best Curewill change lives; it may even save some. For all who travel through the dark and lonely landscape of chronic illness, here is hope and healing supported by solid science and first-hand experience. Hand extended, heart open, Donna Jackson Nakazawa is a seasoned, compassionate guide, pointing the way to the light at the end of the tunnel.
Katrina Kenison, author ofThe Gift of an Ordinary Day This is a genuine page-turning science/non-fiction thriller! Nakazawa is endearing. Her situation is compelling. Her story-telling art is masterful. You will learn a great deal of up-to-the-minute neuroscience research all the while hoping that Nakazawa s disciplined quest for health succeeds.
Sylvia Boorstein, author ofHappiness is An Inside Job: Practicing for a Joyful Life Donna Jackson Nakazawa has written a moving account of her recovery from severe autoimmune disorders and her success with innovative mind/body therapies. It will certainly inspire others suffering from chronic illness to use integrative medicine to activate their innate healing potential.
Andrew Weil, M.D. author ofSpontaneous Happiness As both a science journalist and someone struggling with serious health issues, Donna Jackson Nakazawa offers clarity, heart, and hope for recovery and well-being. Funny, fast-moving, honest, insightful, and always helpful, her story of her journey to wellness brings together mind and body, East and West, solid research and the upper reaches of human potential.
Rick Hanson, Ph.D., author ofBuddha s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom Our seasons of serious illness can be scary, lonely and deeply depressing. Now, withThe Last Best Curewe have a window into another possibility. Donna Jackson Nakazawa made discoveries about stress, disease and the role of meditation and yoga that led her to profound healing. Grounded in scientific research and presented with great lucidity and warmth, Donna s story will guide, comfort and inspire you as you journey toward full aliveness and wellbeing.
Tara Brach, Ph.D., author ofRadical AcceptanceandTrue Refuge"show more