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August 30, 2014

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 8-30-14


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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!  

Here is a Benevolent Prayer (BP) I would like everyone to say out loud (creates a greater energy that way):
“I ask any and all beings to keep the citizens of Syria and Iraq safe from harm, and to assist in helping the young soldiers manipulated by others to find peace and harmony with people not of their faith, thank you!”

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


Jackie writes:  I arrived to work this morning and saw my truck said 0 miles to empty. I did a quick MBO to not run out of gas and headed to the nearest gas station. I made it without incident and am incredibly grateful!


Sandy writes:  I asked for an MBO for a lower payout for my new computer and I paid out less than I thought I would.


Lee writes:  Ah, the universe has a sense of humor, Tom. Headed out to the store to pick up some things and then to pick up take out for dinner. A rather large and fierce thunderstorm was heading in and I wanted to run my errands and be home before it hit. I said an MBO that we would be able to avoid the heavy rains and get our errands done “between the raindrops”.  

Off we went and while we were in the store the first of the rain hit, we exited the store to no rain, next to pick up the take out with no rain during the drive.  Inside to get the food and dodged another downpour. Out and headed home. Saw lots of large puddles and as we pulled in the driveway I said “see that? Between the raindrops and dry as a bone!”

With that comment I passed under the overhead for the garage door and a large raindrop splatted down right in front of me but not a drop on me! We sure did have a laugh over that and I was sure to thank them not only for keeping us dry, but for their sense of humor. Thanks Tom, every day is awesome!


Masuin writes:  My MBO is I had no idea how to pay my Studio Rental for August, and I learned it’s okay to disappoint people instead of hurting ourselves. And I posted my story on Facebook. A woman–an angel who saw this story offered to help me pay my studio rental and she knows I wont accept freely, so I offered her any services and products from my holistic herbal studio whenever she’s free to visit.

She lives in the neighborhood too! An angel is everywhere! I was so worried about disappointing people. And I learned a lesson that will bring much good energy for my future. It’s okay to disappoint people.


Toni writes:  I have a question.  I am a Massage Therapist in Iowa, and the salon I work in opened this past December. I truly believe that no one comes into my life by accident.  Today, Aug. 23rd (my grandson’s birthday also) when I went into work I had no massages on the schedule, so I said an MBO for my schedule to fill in (scheduled 9am-3pm).  By 10am I had 3 call-ins for hour massages!  I AM so grateful and acknowledge the immediate answer to my prayer.

So my question (I like to book 4-5 massages per shift):  Is it wrong to do an MBO for an increase in clients to more than I could imagine? I really love doing massages and feel that all those who come into my life are supposed to be there; is it selfish of me to want more?

(I’m also working on getting my Texas license so when I visit my daughter in McKinney, I can do massages at that salon in Plano).  Thank you Gentle Man.

This is something that applies to ALL MBO requests.  One of the “rules” in making these requests is that it must be benevolent for everyone connected to or touched by the request.  So in this instance, if your request was taking food off someone’s table, then your MBO request would not be granted.   But you are simply asking your GA to send some new people your way, who would enjoy your particular type of massage.  


BlogIf you are new to requesting Most Benevolent Outcomes (MBO’s) and asking for Benevolent Prayers (BP’s) for other people, you may also wish to SIGN UP FOR MY WEEKLY BLOG, which has nothing but GREAT MBO stories from all over the world.  I typically post this one day after the newsletter goes out.   And have you requested that AudienceI be your FRIEND ON FACEBOOK yet?  Please do so.  I do give extra information there.  I also post on TWITTER. 

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

Have a Most Benevolent Week!

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