Modern Medicine’s
is leading us straight
back to the dark ages

For thousands of years, ONE QUESTION
has remained a mystery—

Where does consciousness come from?
Modern science thinks it’s close to the answer,
but discover why they’re wrong and
where they need to be looking instead

Imagine you’re showing your foreign friend the United States. Time and money are no objects—you can travel anywhere and spend without care.

Would you choose to concentrate only on Washington D.C.?

Of course, it was chosen as the capital, the seat of the government, and it’s the political epicenter of the country where thousands of decisions that affect you are made.

But…is that the “real” U.S.?  Where does the information come from that influences those decisions? To truly understand this country as a whole, you’d need to travel to Wichita, Philadelphia, San Jose, stay awhile, observe and interact with the people.

modern medical history is…


It’s true—contemporary neuroscience is making leaps and bounds in understanding some of the BIG questions that have plagued Western philosophy…

What does it mean to be conscious?

What are the roots of thought and selfhood, or identity?

How are human beings different from animals?

Brain scan technology reveals flickering images that show which circuits in your head are processing the electrochemical messages that form emotions.

The more we learn, the greater the promise for controlling—or at least managing some of the demons that have haunted the human condition…

Depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, schizophrenia, epilepsy—remarkable strides are surely being made in all of these areas thanks to contemporary neuroscience.

But be careful what you wish for…

Emotions are increasingly being seen through the lens of brain chemistry. But the palpable truth of what happens in our bodies when we’re upset, when we’re joyful, when we’re lustful, enraged, lonely, guilt-ridden or terrified is being relegated to an afterthought.

In fact, a momentous shift is taking place where your emotions are no longer even considered real.

Consider the following quote from Time magazine, “The thoughts and emotions that seem to color our reality are the result of complex electrochemical interactions within and between nerve cells. Although they seem to be based on reality, they are no more than distortions in brain electrochemistry.”

What do YOU think? Are your thoughts,
your emotions, your hopes…



In The Spiritual Anatomy of Emotion, Michael A. Jawer and Marc S. Micozzi, M.D., Ph.D. argue that feelings are NOT merely manifestations of various brain states.

They also exist in their own right as the product of interactions between raw sensations on the one hand…and mental activity on the other.

Why should you care? Do these arguments really matter to your life? They do.

When your feelings are summed up as too much of chemical X…and not enough chemical Y…the treatments and methods for dealing with your emotions could be devastating.

You could end up living in a “brave, new world” (literally, as envisioned by Aldous Huxley) where your inner conflicts, your glories, your repressions are all explained away neurologically and “fixed” pharmacologically.

And you lose…the validity of your own feelings…your identity…and your humanity.

The Spiritual Anatomy of Emotion challenges the prevailing belief that the brain must necessarily rule the body.

Far from being by-products of neurochemistry, the authors show that emotions are the key vehicle by which we can understand ourselves and our interaction with the world around us.


Praise for The Spiritual Anatomy of Emotion

“An insightful exploration of the powerful capacities of the mind-body connection and its inherent link with perception.”

Andrew Weil, M.D. author of Spontaneous Healing and Natural Health, Natural Medicine

The Spiritual Anatomy of Emotion is truly connective, bridging the disciplines of biology, neurology, immunology, psychology and spirituality. This is a book for the 21st century that will open and enlarge our minds, hearts and spirits.”

Miriam Greenspan, author of Healing Through the Dark Emotions

Jawer and Micozzi articulate one of the most profound understanding of consciousness since Descartes. The book brings Antonio Damasio’s ‘feeling brain’ into full embodiment. It is a monumental contribution to understanding ourselves as human beings.”

Allan Combs, Ph.D., Author of The Radiance of Being

The Spiritual Anatomy of Emotion is a landmark book that presents a picture of consciousness that is far more majestic than anything conceived in conventional neuroscience. Based in solid science, this bold effort will challenge anyone who reads it with an open mind. Highly recommended.”

Larry Dossey, M.D., Author of Recovering the Soul and Reinventing Medicine


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It’s time to see where modern science is wandering astray…and look upon the world with a new perception into the true origins of your emotions.

Order The Spiritual Anatomy of Emotion now.


Katherine Wheeler

Publisher, Dr. Micozzi’s Insiders’ Cures

P.S. When we give credit to our emotions and determine their true origins, a world of new perceptions is opened up to us. In a world that is steamrolling research and rushing toward a biochemical solution for everything—it’s more important than ever to discover how emotions influence the brain. Discover how your feelings underlie your conscious self and determine what you think, how you act, and how you react, to the people and circumstances around you. And how to use this knowledge for better health and a happier life.

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