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Posted in INNER AUTHORITY, OUTER AUTHORITY on August 15, 2018 by Kashi

Understanding Outer Authority

Posted in OUTER AUTHORITY on August 3, 2018 by Kashi

There isn’t much talk about Outer Authority. Often, you hear how important it is to live by your Inner Authority. I get that. I can see how it rules the life in grace and is a magic key.

The thing that eluded me for so long in my process in the earlier years was the understanding of what Outer Authority really means and how it functions differently than the Inner Authority.

The Outer Authority is completely different than the Inner Authority. It is the definition in the Head and Ajna Centers that brings the Outer Authority.

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Anything ABOVE the Throat Center is for OTHERS and is called Outer Authority.

Anything BELOW the Throat Center is for YOU and is called Inner Authority.


Anytime we try use those head activations to solve things for our self and make decisions, we get deeply caught up in the mental trap of reasoning and playing the mental tapes of our open Centers over and over. It gets really messy. And the thing is, everyone is doing it, everyone. You really can’t escape it, unless, of course, you surrender and train your mind. That takes a long time and a lot of discipline. You absolutely have to be radical in your application of the science and using the tools to be free of the mental tapes and the mind driving your life.

You can eliminate a huge amount of frustration in the process by learning to rely on your Inner Authority to speak to you and guide you from your body. What ever is going on in the mind, use it for others.

“After all, the great gift of the aware human being is what they can share with the other, their outer authority, where mind finally has its place, what you get from me, my outer authority for you. It is the only time that my mind is of any value to me, because the moment that my mind stops doing this and stops doing my outer authority trip it’s back to being mind. It’s back to always dreaming that maybe, maybe, maybe it can get its authority back on the inside. Mind is mind is mind is mind.” Ra Uru Hu

The key is to see and understand how the mind is in control of your life. When you can see how your mind is driving your life, you begin to gain control of the mind. You can see how the mind is operating by reviewing the mental tapes that occur from the open Centers.

By observing the direction that the mind takes when it is not engaged and focused on something, is where you find these mental tapes. For instance, watch while you are driving a car for a distance. You will observe your mind go from one thing to another, looking for ways to gain what it wants, it will try to find solutions for issues at hand and it will process relationships with those around you looking for reasons why things are the way they are.

In this observation, the mind and its tendencies come to light and you begin to find the place where you stop the tape and replace it with something that is more healthy and conducive to your flow in life.

When I discover open Center mental tapes running through my mind, I chuckle and wave my hand in front of my forehead, brush away the thoughts and tension, relax, release and turn to move into my favorite activity that brings me contentment and relaxation and a reprieve from where the mind goes.

If I keep myself busy with what I enjoy doing, there is no time to entertain those mental thoughts. They do pop in and visit, don’t get me wrong. Over time, as I continue to discipline my mind, the mental tapes lessen and more relaxation, trust and surrender comes.

It is important to understand that most people do not use their true Outer Authority. Usually, what happens is that people tend to allow their mental tapes to share with others. You hardly ever hear a brilliant Outer Authority. People are so preoccupied with their open Center concerns.

People also allow the mind to play a story on electromagnetics (sexual attraction and the stories that follow). This tendency to give so much mental energy to the open Center mental tapes and the tickle of the electromagnetics gives very little room for shining beautiful with your very own special Outer Authority that is here to share with others. Instead, what we have is lots of drama, nonsense, pressure and ego.

As Ra Uru Hu states, “And we are diminished by the lack of outer authority in the world, we are diminished by it. All we have is homogenized stuff. And we have homogenized consciousness that has emerged out of beings that are not in the right place, who do not have the right perspective.”

Most people are deeply, deeply conditioned and have no clue who they really are and how they operate so that they can get the best experiences in life. Most people are filled with other people’s aura’s and have very little chance to feel their core chemistry.

What you find is that people tend to choose their environments and the people to be in relationship with who are very different from their own design. This displaces us terribly and puts us with the wrong people, the wrong places and most likely we have talked ourselves into the doing the wrong kind of work. We don’t get a chance to live out our life that is indicated in our imprint.

There is no way the true Outer Authority can really operate when the mind is full of mental tapes, conditioning and stimulation from the completely incorrect situations. It will just be a mumbled mess living out a life of the not self and the open Center drama coupled with deep conditioning.

Imagine a person in the correct environment, centered in their own chemistry, surrounded by the people that recognize them for who they are and support them in what they are doing. There is flow, there is connecting and most of all, if you are a Generator, you are feeling satisfied, if you are a Projector, you are experiencing success the way that only a Projector can and if you are a Manifestor, you are feeling peaceful and filled up with love. If you are a Reflector, you are going to be pleasantly surprised at the beauty of life and all that is happening around you.

The only way to get there is to be radical.

By “radical” I mean with the way you operate correctly through using your strategy for your Type and the Inner Authority inherent in your chemistry. When you do that, you get the correct opportunities to use your Outer Authority.

It takes great courage, strength and fortitude in who you are to be truly useful in the world.


2014 Kashi Stone Kashi painting

The Blessing in a Crisis

Posted in OUTER AUTHORITY on August 2, 2018 by Kashi

“Take a month, go and sit somewhere and write”, Sandy said to me that evening after I received the news. “Writing is your biggest passion and you haven’t given it any energy since you started working for these men. Take some time for yourself now that you have this opportunity”.

She was right. I needed to focus on my novel and get it ready for publishing and I needed to publish more newsletter articles. I had dropped down to publishing one article a month and nothing written for my novel. My new job had completely taken over my life and practically zapped my creativity.


Confident_Senior_Business_Man__5213134A fabulous media kit, upgraded programs, a photo catalogue, a comprehensive business plan, a newsletter, a grand opening and a new system in place for the new company demonstrated where my passion had escaped to over the last few months.



Wednesday Morning

“I didn’t sleep at all last night”, I said as we sat down to begin our daily morning meeting.

“I didn’t sleep at all, either”, he said in a quiet, reserved tone.

It was a little unusual for him to be so distant and reserved in the morning.

“Is something bothering you?” I asked, concerned and curious.

“This is probably one of the hardest things I have ever had to do”, he said sitting across the table from me. The tension began to rise between us as I notice his lips quiver. I could feel something was terribly wrong and then it hit me suddenly.

“Oh no, you’re not. Really?” I asked as I escalated into shock somehow knowing what he was about to say before it registered in my brain.

He couldn’t look at me. His head was bowed down looking at his folded hands in his lap. He couldn’t muster up the courage to say it.

“You’re firing me?” I asked out loud. I had to say it for him. It was an impossible feat that had been handed to him. We had become best friends. “Really?”

He kept his head bowed as he shook his head up and down, signifying “yes”.

I sat there stunned and in a state of shock. It was as if a tidal wave had hit our office and crashed onto our table. Everything began to change rapidly in that instant.

We were no longer “the team”, no longer allies.

We were now suddenly split apart and enemies standing on opposing sides.




It was a complete accident that I had gotten this job. I had not been looking or seeking out any kind of employment. However, I had stumbled into this situation and somehow the puzzle pieces seem to fit together well, the timing was good. The bonus was the resonate chemistry with some of the team members. It was like finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.

Before long, a company car was bought for me, I received a raise in my pay and there were plans to build my new house on the property that I was managing. It was the perfect traditional, secure setting for planting roots and staying put. It was too good to be true, I could see this.

It also became apparent that the job was commanding all of my energy and time, seven days a week. There was no room for anything else. I was exhausted but I needed to stay focused if I was to have things ready in time to meet the demands of the owners of the company. Somehow, I had become terribly busy purveying weddings, church retreats and family reunions. It was as though my life path derailed onto a side trail with the sign “DISTRACTION” hanging above the entrance but somehow missed. I had become the perfect slave, a characteristic of the gate 40, which I have activated twice.

This was the new job that became the story of my life. My time and my energy became completely taken up by tasks that had nothing to do with what I know, understand or have a desire to share. It was very, very odd work for me to be doing, which I pointed out many times.

Fortunately, the company had provided a comfortable place to live while I worked for them. Our internet communication was nil, which impacted my abilities to do anything else. The kitchen furnace stayed tuned to eighty in the ranch house, the snow boots stayed on the porch and the heat lamps stayed connected just in case it dipped below freezing. The environment was frigid and brought wind and snow often. It was cold, dark and isolated under grey clouds most of the time.

Often, you could hear the Canadian geese on a nearby pond squawk, holler and honk or the donkey in the pasture “hee-haw”. She sang with a long drawn out sound that had an eerie feeling to it. And on some days, one could watch a herd of elk pass through the meadow as they slowly grazed. It was a serene environment far away from the hustle and bustle of city life.

The mountain ranch land had been dominated for many years by livestock too. An occasional whiff in the air, or a buzz of a fly reminded you to watch where you step while taking a stroll in the field. The view of the dry paths and worn pasture spoke of cattle that kept the meadow grazed with trail patterns in the grass.




“Are we ending up with our own company?” my co-worker asked me one afternoon.

It was only the two of us in the office most days. The office went through a series of personnel firings, changing partners, changing names, changing contracts and many different business plans, leaving us to manage, nurture and develop during the winter months in a swirl of chaos, confusion and laughter from the malfunction.

It felt like we were creating our own thing while busily cleaning up one catastrophe after another. We worked in efforts that hopefully, someday, there would be large, bountiful gardens and less flies in the summer. That was the dream.

But on this day, the dream became something entirely different for me. I was next in line and I could feel it coming on. Just a few days prior, I shared with tears in my eyes to the owner that it felt like I was being replaced. He assured me that was not happening and that I was an important part of the manifestation of the vision.

Several days later, I was in a state of shock upon hearing the news. I had relaxed into my role and comfort zone too deeply.

I looked at my friend, “Why?” I asked, “What happened? What went wrong? I don’t understand.”

“It’s just not a fit anymore”, he replied. “I don’t know what to say”. He couldn’t look me in the eyes or give me any kind of an answer. There was no answer for me. All of the men in the group were non-emotional beings. It was not easy for any of them to be honest and direct with me so there was never an answer provided.

“Don’t they understand I submitted the plan as a suggestion for a solution? Don’t they get it?” I pleaded to gain some kind of understanding. “It was for all of us”, I cried out, hoping he could hear me and somehow stop the freight train that was well on its way.


Throughout the evening and into the next morning, outside of the office and without me, the men had their discussions and quickly made their decisions. There was no communication with me and there was no investigation for clarity or understanding. There was only escalation and dramatic reaction with a snap and a slap ~ the perfect 5/1 trap.

My madness with the purveying of weddings, church retreats and family reunions finally ended. That was a relief. I would miss the consistent pay and my friend at the table every morning at 8:00am but it was a relief to know that I could go back to my writing and teaching and cease being a slave.

I got up from my chair, picked up my things from the table and headed towards my office to begin packing. It was a relief to move on now and be out of from under the demands and the dark clouds that hovered above the cold, frigid mountain ranch property.


“Kashi, you never did show me what it is that you “really” do. I was hoping to sit down with you and learn more about your work and hear what my chart is about.”

I stopped, turned around and smiled. It made me chuckle. He was right. I got so busy taking care of someone else’s problems that I forgot to stay focused on doing what I love doing; a typical open Head Center plight.

“Sure, I have a moment. We can sit and I will show you a few things”, I responded as I moved toward the table and pulled out a chair to sit in. He walked over and pulled out a chair next to mine.

I smiled as I opened my computer to pull up his chart.

What a fine feeling it is when the Outer Authority is recognized and gets to respond Meditate child 3correctly.









Kashi Stone March 2016