This is just my interpretation in parenthesis.
Practitioners traditionally believe that daily life depends on proper alignment and knowledge of one's ori. Ori literally means the head, but in spiritual matters it is taken to mean a portion of the soul that determines personal destiny and success.
(This can be meditation and yoga)
Ashe is the life-force that runs through all things, living and inanimate. Ashe is the power to make things happen.
(Bio electricity/ kundalini)
It is an affirmation which is used in greetings and prayers, as well as a concept of spiritual growth. Orisha devotees strive to obtain Ashe through iwa-pele or gentle and good character ( or meditation), and in turn they experience alignment with the ori, what others might call inner peace and satisfaction with life. Ashe is divine energy that comes from Olodumare,( Satan) the Creator and is manifested through Olorun (kundalini), who rules the heavens and is associated with the sun ( light is power Satan tells us to become our own sun). Without the sun, no life could exist, just as life cannot exist without some degree of ashe. Ashe is sometimes associated with Eshu, the messenger Orisha. For practitioners, ashe represents a link to the eternal presence of God, the Orishas, and the ancestors.( ashe and eshu I believe are bio electricity and kundalini serpent)
The concept is regularly referenced in Brazilian capoeira. "Axé" in this context is used as a greeting or farewell, in songs and as a form of praise. Saying that someone 'has axé' in capoeira is complimenting their energy, fighting spirit, and attitude.