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October 21, 2023

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 10/21/23


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


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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: 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!”


Sally writes: I want to tell you about my recent MBO that involved stretching time. I laugh in delight every time I think of it.

Last week I took my granddaughter on a tour of San Francisco. In the morning we rode a ferry from the East Bay to the city. Our return ferry ride would be at 5:25 pm. After a bus tour, we took a taxi from Fisherman’s Wharf to the California Academy of Sciences in Golden Gate Park. The drive across the city in early afternoon took 35 minutes. We emerged from the science museum about 4:45 pm. I called for a taxi and said an urgent MBO for a fast trip across town during traffic hours. The taxi arrived at exactly 5 pm. I asked for a Most Benevolent Outcome to stretch time for this trip. I focused on the view to avoid looking at any timepiece. Our driver hit green lights all across town. My granddaughter showed me her watch at 5:20 as we approached the Ferry Building. We raced out of the taxi at 5:22, thanking the amazing driver and all the angelic help. We made it onto the ferry in perfect time. It was a magical experience.

I use MBOs constantly. They are an integral part of my daily life. Thank you for bringing this life-changing ability to our world.


Andrea writes: The specific story would be that I, on a Tuesday morning, I awoke and remembered to speak my benevolent prayers out loud on my morning walk. I say, remembered, as this is a new practice, a new habit for me.

There are many that I say, but specifically to the point of this story, regarding my children, I said “May they feel comfortable in their own skin, may they feel and be empowered, may they align with the highest versions of themselves with ease.

I prayed this for myself and all people as well. In addition, I made a benevolent prayer for me and my husband’s parenting skills. That we understand how best to guide and raise up our children.

I was unaware that the day before, my teenager had made some poor choices at school. He had made inappropriate comments in reaction to some tik tok videos his friend was showing him during class. Other students reported the comments(rightly so) expressing their discomfort. On Tuesday I was made aware that this happened and that he might be asked to not only leave his specialized program, but may be kicked out of school.

My son is a very loving and kind person who thought he was being a comedian.

Unfortunately, I came entirely undone. My husband, on the other hand, held it together! He held space for all of us.

At the end of the day he made very clear to our son that whether he got expelled from school or not, it was his responsibility to make sure the students in the class no longer felt threatened or insecure around him.

At one point during my meltdown, I questioned my BP’s. Very clearly one answer presented itself: I made it home safely during my 35 minute commute, though hysterical, with our younger daughter in the car.

That evening, while I was upset that my son would present himself in such poor light, when he is such a good kid, it was obvious that he resonated with his father’s words.

We gave him the option to stay home the next day to take some time to reflect. He declined.

On Wednesday afternoon we received an email from his teacher. Our son had arrived early to class to apologize to his her. He asked her if he could speak to his classmates. She was proud of his courage to stand in front of his peers. In addition, she said he delivered a lengthy heartfelt apology, expressing that he never intended to make anyone feel less than who they were. That he was thoughtless about his comments-not realizing how hurtful they were and that he was sorry.

Next week we find out if he is allowed to stay in school. Either way, what was most important was that he healed his relationship with his teacher and his classmates.

As for me, after hours of self reflection, it is quite clear that I have an old habit of poor coping skills. I was off the rails in fear and rage, thinking I was a failure of a mother. Not having any faith in myself or my child. I realize now that I must create new practices that support my equanimity and continue to speak my benevolent prayers and MBOs!

Thank you so much for all of the inspiration Tom.


Sean writes: There is a young family with a channel on You Tube –two toddlers , and Mom and a dad who are blogging the Mom’s experiences while undergoing treatment for NSCLC. Many of her channel followers are praying for them, and so I say a Benevolent Prayer out loud a few times a week as follows: Dear Angels, Archangels and Extra-terrestrials— this lovely lady and her family need your help! Please grant a most wonderful and benevolent outcome for (J’s) comfort and healing—-even better that I could even possibly imagine! Send angels of comfort, consolation and healing for J, her family, close friends and associates! This, or something better. THANK YOU!

So after a bit of a crisis and about two months, J posts the news: her most recent MRI shows the lesions in her brain gone!!! JUST GONE! She has more energy and is feeling more positive..

I thanked the Angels Archangels and Extra-terrestrials and said, “It really doesn’t matter which group gets the credit, but you all know I am curious! Pendulum: was it the Angels? Archangels? No to both questions. Was it the Extra-terrestrials?? I got a bit strong YES!  So, some free publicity for the compassion and generosity of this group. I am truly blown away and will keep saying BPs for all those in need.

Thank you, Tom, for your books and your blogs/newsletters! Much love and best wishes to you and your family!


Lee writes: Went out to dinner with my husband last night to a special Halloween dinner at a restaurant an hour and a half away. It was a rainy night and we had to leave to get there during rush hour traffic, as we had the second seating at 7:30pm. I said an MBO for the weather to not be as bad as they were predicting (possible nor’easter) and traffic to be better than could be expected and of course one for the best parking space! Weather was more intermittent rain and was able to get a couple of sunset pics. Traffic was light and moved along nicely.

Parking? Well it’s a dirt parking lot so mixed with the rain and some giant puddles, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Pulled in to a crowded lot as the first seating was still wrapping up, drove down the lane and to my right I thought I saw a spot in the next aisle, which was by the building. Turns out it wasn’t but a couple cars down there was an open spot right next to the stairs that lead up to the front of the restaurant! Front row parking! The best! Had a lovely evening and no rain on our way home! Thank you Tom; every time I say an MBO that is as amazing as this one was! And I always thank my GA’s too because they sure had fun orchestrating this one!

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Keep sending those success stories in, as they inspire others to live THE GENTLE WAY!

Have a Most Benevolent Week!


Tom T. Moore


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