What is the Inner-e?

Unconditional Health, Joy and Freedom – Inner-e

Inner-e is the bridge between you and Self-Healing.

The Inner-e relates to supernatural, divine forces throughout every cell in our body and throughout all levels of the physical and spiritual macrocosms.

The Inner-e embraces all aspects of human existence, including the life on Earth and beyond; everything, from immaterial, non-physical, highly spiritual and invisible, to things that are real, material and alive.

The Inner-e life force, like cells in your body, represents a never-ending cycle of transformation, from life to death and then to life again, never-ending. The Inner-e is the power of all healing rejuvenation, rebirth and regeneration including the supernatural or invisible energies.

The multi-dimensional Inner-e is awareness, consciousness, intuition, cycles, balance, secret knowledge, mystery, creativity, spirituality, changes, transitions, energy, fertility, immortality, healing, transformation and so much more.

The Four Promises.

Life on Earth is the most fantastic opportunity we have, the chance to make this time our greatest adventure, allow our dreams to come true, to develop and control, our great personal story. All we need is the knowledge of the “how” and then to put it into action each aspect of our day.

With four exceptions, we are born on earth with everything we need. The aspects we were not born with are:

  • Holistic self-knowledge; 
  • Knowing where we came from,
  • Why we are here,
  • How to connect with our Inner-e.

Knowing “how” everything works in and around us is what the Inner-e deals with on our behalf, and we need to understand it. Understand the Inner-e; and you will understand how to make your life one of unconditional freedom, health and joy.

You also have the choice of conditional enslavement, pain and misery. You chose. But do you know how you decided? This category of enslaved, selfish people have unconsciously learnt the negative “how” and have grouped up with the black magic types. The average citizen of the earth has been brainwashed to follow this grouping unconsciously and religiously.

The Inner-e is the bridge between you and everything else in your existence. The Inner-e path of understanding promises unconditional freedom, joy and health. All the knowledge you learn about the Inner-e does not solve any current problems and challenges; only applying and actioning the knowledge will bring change to your life’s circumstances including self-healing.


The majority of people are not in an excellent state of health. One of the contributing factors is that most people link health exclusively to the physical body. While the physical body is essential, when we only associate health with our physical body, we fail to recognise other factors that contribute to our overall well-being and fall prey to stress and energy diseases.

The Inner-e is a connection between body, mind, soul, emotions, spirit and recognises that each is a part of the whole influencing your total existence. Now, integrative medicine and health psychology are beginning to realise that health is affected not only by the physical body but all these other bodies, too. Your health is dependent on all five facets, as opposed to just one of the five. Health is affected by energy frequency moving down into the various bodies from the highest source.

The health of our physical body is affected by our emotions, which are our thoughts directing how we feel.  Our higher energy level sways our mind and our thoughts. Let’s take a look at what I have just said:

The Spiritual Body

The spiritual body is your connection to source energy. Some people may call this spirituality. For others, it could have more to do with the cells in the body or the scientific quantum energy science. Whichever way you choose to view the source of your energy is perfect; it’s all part of the Inner-e. The Inner-e being the resulting manifestation in all your bodies without beliefs or technical jargon.

High-frequency energy and information trickles down from the spiritual body and firstly enters into the subconscious body. To fully access the spiritual aspect of our being, we need to keep this connection wide open. If a blockage occurs, energy and information are unable to flow freely from the spiritual body down through the mental, emotional, and physical bodies. This is why a daily Inner-e practice is so essential to maintain this open connection. To be in a state of harmony between each of the layers of our being, we need to develop our intuition and spirituality as much as we do our mind and emotions to create a solid physical foundation. This will be part of the “how” on another day.

The Mental Body

On a surface level, the mental body is your thoughts. On a deeper level, it consists of your conscious, and subconscious mind; it is the domain of your beliefs, desires, values, and goals. Beliefs are opinions and convictions that we hold as being true without having immediate proof. Values represent what we own internally as most important in an area of life. Values and beliefs can come from thoughts that were formed very early in childhood or even before that period.

We all have desires to achieve or acquire something in our lives, which is why we set goals and intentions to help us get where we want to go. Some surface-level conscious-thoughts, may create goals or desires, direct our mental focus from moment to moment. This is how our logical, linear minds learn and operate, and it is one of the aspects of ourselves that is most familiar to us.

As energy comes down from the spiritual into the mental body, if you are operating primarily from the mind, there will be a disconnection in the flow. This exists a lot in our society today; the mind being the predominant force, and this imbalance can keep us stuck in a perpetual state of thinking, strategising, plotting, and doing, doing, doing. An open spiritual connection enables us to access higher levels of information and energy, which the mental body can effectively utilise to make balanced, wise choices that unfold more potential for us and everyone else involved — more about the “how” another day.

The Emotional Body

The emotional body is all your past, present, and future emotional experiences. It is the aspect that houses emotions such as anger, sadness, fear, hurt, guilt, resentment, jealousy, and shame. Whenever we have an experience, it generates feelings that are associated with past similar experiences, and we develop a label to identify the emotion. Emotions and memories are categorised and stored, and they influence how we respond to experiences in the moment.

As information and energy flow down from the mental body into the emotional body, it can bump into stored baggage from the past and create some turbulence. Stored baggage can come from past fears, which can project into the future and cause anxiety. Or, it can come from experiencing a lot of anger or resentment toward someone, which can cause irritation or resentment later in life when the same thing happens with a different person. You may even develop a belief that all people are this way.

When there is excess baggage, thoughts from the mental body will generate emotional stress that trickles down and affects the physical body. A person with overwhelming stress will, at some point, experience physical symptoms because of the emotion-mind-body connection. According to an article published by Harvard, research shows that negative emotions can harm the body and happiness is linked to overall physical well-being.

Therefore, it is imperative to develop emotional intelligence and to adopt practices to have a more positive outlook on life, both mentally and emotionally. When our thoughts are more optimistic, our emotional states will be more positive, and when our emotional states are balanced, our physical bodies will be healthier. More about the “how” another day.

The Physical Body

Your physical body is the reflection and total sum of all aspects of who you are. It is a barometer that indicates how things are going in all areas, and it also provides the information for complex interactions of muscles, bones, connective tissues, vital tissues and organs that carry you through this life.

Exercise and healthy eating are what come to mind when most people think about physical health. Your activity of choice and diet aren’t the only thing to consider when striving for good physical health. We all know physically fit people who have clean eating habits but who carry excessive mental and emotional stress, which can wear on their health but not show symptoms for many years. While it may not be immediately recognisable, chronic stress takes a tremendous toll on the physical body. Stress occurs when our spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical needs are not open and balanced. Stress triggers the fight-flight response, which is a survival mechanism that is hard-wired into our DNA. It is how our physiology prepares to respond to potentially life-threatening events. When this response is repeatedly triggered, it weakens the immune system and the physical body.

Health is much more than just the absence of disease. True health comes when we can create harmony between each of the five bodies. Our physical body is our foundation in this life. It is what everything else is built upon. But, it is equally important to exercise each of the other four bodies regularly to maintain harmony. We need to establish our health, fitness, and wellness regimens. Fortunately, integrative medicine and integrative psychology are both on board with this, and many healthcare systems are beginning to incorporate options that support this, for example:

  • Move your body – like yoga, stretching, dancing and balancing
  • Prepare fresh, organic meals
  • Get plenty of restful sleep
  • Receive regular massages
  • Spend time in nature
  • Regularly fast

Taking time to tend to ourselves can open energy channels. These open, clear connections equate to active energy flow through all the layers of our being, which creates a spiritually connected, mentally stimulated, emotionally cantered, vibrant life. At the end of the day, we are all seeking more happiness, connection, joy, health, and fulfilment. Finding ways to exercise each of your five bodies regularly will help to cultivate more of what you seek.

More about the “how” in a future blog.

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Michael Plumstead