Inner Healing Intelligence

Moving towards wholeness and wellbeing

The Basics

The term “inner healing intelligence ” refers to the knowledge and power within oneself to move towards wholeness and wellbeing. There are many terms that could be used here; some might reference Spirit, truth, unity, and there are many other terms that can and do carry similar meaning. Here the “inner healing intelligence” has been chosen together with  similar terms such as inner healer, deep knowing, innate wisdom.


Let’s look into inner healing and nature closely. A seed has within it the intelligence to grow into a vibrant and blossoming plant. Given a nourishing environment, rich soil, water, air, and light, a seed will naturally develop into a mature plant.

Leaves develop to absorb energy from sunlight and carbon dioxide from the air, so the plant can transform these ingredients into food. So long as the environment continues to provide what it needs, the plant will grow to full capacity.

When the outside environment can’t provide what is necessary, a plant demonstrates signs of poor health: wilting leaves, pale color, blossom rot. When the outside environment doesn’t have what the plant needs, a greenhouse can offer shelter where the conditions inside are set specifically for the plant it intends to serve.

Are Plants Like People?

Like plants, our consciousness naturally flourishes when given a safe and supportive environment and encouragement. Accessing this inner healing intelligence is a process of honoring and expressing strength from within, coming from a place beyond mental chatter and negative self-talk, from alignment and clarity.  Even when our current experience may be confusing we can still learn to hear our own voice of wisdom. Cultivating the inner healer is part of cultivating a deep relationship with oneself.

Unfortunately, many people are not in a place of encouragement and support. Like a plant in a time of flooding, being in an unsafe or unsupportive environment, whether for a short or long period of time, is a common characteristic of trauma. A traumatic event is one that causes death, serious injury, or sexual and/or other kinds of violence, which a person may experience directly or indirectly. During a traumatic event, instinct kicks in, and the body’s resources are allocated to respond to the trauma—survival is the primary concern. The body’s trauma response is adaptive: in the face of threat, it is intended to save one’s life.


Studies by Multidisciplinary Association For Psychedelic, Shannon Clare

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