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September 23, 2023

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 9/23/23

INCLUDED IN THIS BLOG
• MBO FOR SAFETY OF CHIPMUNKS
• MBOs FOR CHOCOLATE AND PARKING SPACES
• EXPECTING GREAT THINGS
• MBOs FOR NEW BRICK WALL AND TREES

Welcome to the Benevolent Outcomes Blog, and welcome to everyone who subscribed in the past week. This Blog is for people who wish to learn how to use a very simple, yet powerful and effective spiritual tool every day the rest of your life. It will lessen the stress and fear of life in general, and will make your life easier. It’s so simple a lot of people say “It can’t be this easy,” but it is, because IT WORKS!

This reconnects you with your Guardian Angel, or higher power, or whatever your belief is. You simply say, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for… thank you!” When you read the stories below, sent from all over the world, we use the acronyms MBO for Most Benevolent Outcomes, GA for Guardian Angel, and BP for Benevolent Prayers (what you ask for other people). My website is http://www.thegentlewaybook.com/index.htm

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Be sure to participate when I ask you to say a Benevolent Prayer out loud, but are you also saying the Daily BP each morning as I do? Theo says this is one of the most important things you could do for yourself not only for this life, but all the others you have lived or will live on earth, as they are all happening at the same time. Print it out and put it on your bathroom mirror to remind you. Here is the link: http://www.thegentlewaybook.com/signs.htm. Here is an example of a BP for everyone to say today: “I ask any and all beings to aid and assist in bringing peace to the world, thank you!”

MBO FOR FLIGHT FROM NJ TO FLORIDA

Lee writes: Good day Tom! A quick MBO. I was traveling by plane from NJ to FL and back for a birthday dinner. I said an MBO before I left for an easy flight with little to no turbulence and for a nice enjoyable dinner. Dinner was delicious and the company was wonderful. The flight had just a small bit of turbulence right after takeoff and just before landing on both legs of the trip. I just chuckled because I asked for little or no turbulence and I got about 10 seconds each time!

MBO FOR SAFETY OF CHIPMUNKS

Nancy writes: Some neighbors in my condo community reported to the management office that they saw mice outside (and inside) their units. Accordingly, the office had an exterminator set a few of those baited box traps around our decks. I was concerned that our cute little chipmunk couple might also find the bait attractive and try to get into the boxes – although they might be too large to fit in. That evening I said a brief MBO to see a chipmunk as a sort of sign that they were OK. (I don’t normally see them all that often, perhaps every 2-3 weeks.) The next morning, as I was sitting on my deck reading, I saw a chipmunk scampering across the lawn. MBO answered – Alvin Lives!

MBOs FOR CHOCOLATE AND PARKING SPACES

Jennifer writes: Here are a couple of MBO stories:

My first request for an MBO was for finding a great deal on some chocolate when I stopped to buy gas. I had literally just finished reading your book while waiting to see my chiropractor and was going to stop for gas on the way home, so I said, “I request a most benevolent outcome for a good deal on chocolate. Thank you.” I pulled out of the chiropractor’s parking lot, hopped over to the gas station at the corner, filled up, then went inside to pay. As I set a bag of M&M’s on the counter, the clerk said, kind of as an aside, “By the way, we’re having a buy two, get one free sale on all our king sized chocolate right now, if you’re interested,” and she pointed to a display in the back of the store. I can’t remember the last time a gas station clerk promoted a sale on chocolate while I was paying for my gas. What are the odds that this day, of all days, would be the one where the clerk told me about a good deal on chocolate? I laughed as I got back into my car. “Okay, so this really works,” I said, thanking my guides for finding me a good deal on chocolate.

Most of my MBOs are for parking spaces, and it never fails to amaze me how, if I just listen to the mental cues as I’m pulling into a parking lot, I always find a parking spot right where I requested one. For example, before I started requesting MBOs for parking spaces, I always pulled into the parking lot at the grocery store (or wherever) the same way and went down the same row. After requesting MBOs, I started noticing a little voice in my head that would say, “turn here and come in from the front instead of the back this time,” or “go down the next row of cars instead of this one.” Without fail, every time I followed that little voice’s direction, I found the very last parking space that just happened to be right by the door, or I saw a car pulling out of the front parking space just as I was approaching, or the car in front of me–which I thought would take the last coveted parking space by the entrance–would drive right by it and take a different space. And, just to be clear, when I forget to say an MBO for a parking space, the closest space I can find is waaaaaay out in the parking lot, nowhere near the entrance. This can’t just be coincidence. I mean, I find premium parking spaces where I have never been able to find them before now that I request MBOs.

I hope these help. I do request MBOs for bigger, more complex things, but it’s seeing the results of my smaller MBOs that reassures me that the bigger ones are being worked on too.

EXPECTING GREAT THINGS

Mantej writes: MBO/Great Things Story

Mantej writes from the UK: From saying the Expect Great Things Mantra, later at a restaurant, I bumped into my an old Art teacher of mine from my school days.

I hadn’t seen him in donkey’s years!

He was even sitting down at a table sketching when I saw him. We both recognized each other straight away. It was nice to see him again and say hello!

MBOs FOR NEW BRICK WALL AND TREES

I have a couple of nice MBOs this week. The city of Plano was tearing down a brick wall that runs along the large boulevard our house sits next to that was old and starting to crumble. We contacted the city to see if they were going to next tear down ours too, and they said “no, we don’t have an easement for your property.” So we agreed to give them an easement, since our brick wall was as old as the rest and sagging. The project manager visited us. We were quite concerned about two twenty-six year old trees that were near the wall, so we requested an MBO that they could be saved. After inspecting them, he said all they needed was trimming. But he said he was not sure when the work would be done, since he did not know if there was enough brick off the same run left to replace our brick wall. Another MBO and yes, there was enough brick, so we would not have to wait for months.

There is a diagonal wall with a 400-500 pound sign embedded in it announcing the entrance to our subdivision. The wall across the street had already been taken down, along with the shrubs in front of it. We knew the same would be done on our side, but there is a beautiful little tree that looks almost like a Christmas tree that we wished could be saved. The contractor foreman said he thought it would have to go too, but we did request an MBO for the tree to be saved. As I write this, the trench has been dug for the cement that will hold a double line of bricks (compared to the old single line) and the tree is still standing!

SPECIAL NOTES AND REMINDERS:

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Have a Most Benevolent Week!

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