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The Deeper Intelligence [Paperback]

Andrew Hodges

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1 July 2004
Dr. Hodges explores the deeper intelligence that everyone possesses and explains how to access it, offering readers the potential for using the untapped areas of their subconscious minds to achieve goals, improve relationships, and make their lives more productive and enjoyable.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dr. Andrew G. Hodges: The Language of the Subconscious 26 Feb 2000
By Dr. Sterling W. B. Homan - Published on Amazon.com
My admiration for Dr. Hodges is boundless. He has the courage to speak up in an area where most psychological professionals "hunker down" and "hush up." Freud wasn't totally wrong ALL the time. But, Dr. Hodges is probably more alligned with Jung's theories of the "Collective Unconscious" then he is with Freud. Both Hodges and Jung were unafraid to add a dimension that addresses the spirit as well as the conscious mind. We all know when someone is lying to us. When they act friendly but can't stand us. When they hate the food we've served but push it around and say it is marvelous. Dr. Hodges makes an upfront attempt to show how the subconscious "will out" for adults as well as for four-year-old children who have chocolate around their mouths and "can't remember" what happened to the cookies. It is high time a competent professional and an above- the-norm intellect did this. It should be required reading for all professionals who have interactions with others. And that is all of us.
This should be studied not only by psychiatric workers but by lawyers, judges and police.
At present we have too many ways of misunderstanding others and not nearly enough guidelines to help us to clearly comprehend what others are saying whether they do so intentionally or unintentionally. Let's hope we have more books from this creative thinker. And let's ignore the whiners who won't like it because it may make them a tad uncomfortable. Yes, there really are methods of understanding the language of the subconscious. And sometimes we'd be more comfortable to remain in ignorant bliss than to believe that we are NOT being understood when, in reality, we always tell on ourselves. For those who don't like the idea, a suggestion: Read it and learn it. You are going to need it. For those who do like the idea: You are in for a treat. Let's hope for more on psycholinguistics in the near future. Dr. Hodges is brilliant and courageous.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Must Read! 4 Jan 2002
By George Angelich, L.C.S.W. - Published on Amazon.com
The Deeper Intelligence explains simply by examples powerful and complex psychological phenomena without intellectualization; shows how conscious feeling differs from unconscious perception; deals with resistance to interpretations that bring healing; and even includes a chapter about the practical existential spiritual ground of the powerful unconscious mind. The book reaches out to everyone who is interested in the science and truth about the human person's potential for healing, growth, and a fuller, happier life. Bravo, Andrew G. Hodges, M.D.!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good Information but Wanted More 9 Jun 2011
By Penelope Plume - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
I enjoyed the information that was in this book. I was hoping for more information that would help me access my own deeper intelligence and was a little disappointed there. However, there were some great points to learn, and I've certainly been listening more carefully to the hidden communications of my family and friends. I recommend it for those who are curious about the "more" that is going on within themselves and others.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Right-Brained Language from the Heart 29 Dec 2004
By "Ezee" (MN USA) - Published on Amazon.com
Andrew G. Hodges, M.D., is clearly writing THE DEEPER INTELLIGENCE as a psychotherapist and not as the forensic profiler of the Jon Benet books. However, he again explains and illustrates the language of the deeper mind and shows how different it is from that of our conscious mind and our emotions. He credits Robert Langs with the discovery of this language, but in his practice has found it "a quantum leap in self-understanding," and he wants all of us to benefit from what he has learned.

Much of the book is directed to therapists and those they work with; but he speaks also to spouses, parents, codependents, ordinary individuals like me. His focus is in helping us to improve our one-to-one relationships--including the one we have with God.

I especially appreciated learning about how the deeper mind is always attempting to guide us to take the paths in life that are truly in our best interest. He speaks, too, of the punishing mode that wants us to suffer and leads us to make unhealthy choices. (I understand St. Paul's dilemma better now, and my own--doing the things that I would rather not!)

I cannot think of anyone who would not benefit from reading this book--anyone in a counseling relationship for sure. And the epilogue reviews for us the methods for using this new learning in our daily lives; so, "Thank you, Doctor!"
5.0 out of 5 stars Very helpful in understand others. 24 May 2000
By James Mankin, MD - Published on Amazon.com
This is obviously cutting edge material. I found this book very interesting and applicable to my own practice of medicine. One facet of the book that helped me relates to patients giving `illogical reasons' for doing something. Dr. Hodge's treatise on this unraveled some of the conundrums facing clinicians who have to sort through a stream of seemingly contradictory statements. This book has taught me to listen to the deeper voice more intently and to allow it to speak to me in hopes of helping the patient. For those interested in understanding the most delightfully baffling creatures on the earth, this book is a must.
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