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!"