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March 22, 2014

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 3-22-14


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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 just discovering how to use a very simple, yet powerful and effective spiritual tool you can use 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 acronym MBO for Most Benevolent Outcomes, GA for Guardian Angel, and BP for Benevolent Prayers (what you ask for other people).   


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Please email me your MBO stories to show others how to use this simple tool to TomTMoore6(at)  Now for some inspiring stories.  


Fran writes:  I enjoy the newsletter so much.  Have many MBO`S, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR TEACHINGS!  Recent one: At the tender age of 84 it became required that I learn to wear contact lens.  Boy!  Did we have fun??!! To make a long story short, without my MBO`S IT WOULD NEVER HAVE HAPPENED!  There was a set price and amount of time to get it right and just before the time was up the Doctor called and said he wanted to try one more type of lens for the right eye.  

Okay I wait and no call to come in for the new lens so I call them, yes they had been in but someone forgot to call me. Then I had to wait again for the Doctor to see me.  When I arrived for the appointment I was told I owed another 95 dollars because the time was up!  I refused, said another MBO and waited for the Doctor.  When I explained what had happened, he called the lab and I was not charged!  Thanks to my unseen friends and you, Tom.!!  God bless.  


Linda writes:  I always request Most Benevolent Outcomes. The most recent one involved airline tickets. A friend and I are planning to attend an Abraham workshop in Cancun at the end of March. I had been pricing tickets, which were mostly in the $550-600 range. I got a quote from a travel agent I use for the airline where I have frequent flyer miles. It was $750. One morning I got up, did an MBO and got on the computer. I found a one-day price of $419 for the flight, which turned out to be a partner with my frequent flyer airline, so I will earn miles, too. Thanks for teaching me about MBOs! They really enhance my life!


I’ll call her Rona in Denver writes:  Denver Channel 2 just showed live from their SKY2 chopper a 40 minute escape run by the thief who took a car from a gas station in Longmont where a mom had gone inside to pay, leaving her 4-year-old son in the car.  The thief was photographed on security video and his picture broadcast.  Police were called and an Amber Alert issued.   And SKY2 stuck with the car for its entire escape run, Amber Alert signs visible in red letters on the many interstates he zigzagged back and forth on.   And kudos to news anchors Tom Green and Kim Posey, who covered it live looking at the same visuals we were seeing from the helicopter.  

I immediately said a Most Benevolent Outcome and a Benevolent Prayer both.   (I was rattled.  There were such possibilities for absolute and utter mayhem and in morning rush hour!)

On and on he went, weaving back and forth, changing lanes, changing roads, and often passing cars by driving off the road proper and on the sides.  He cut through median strips, and drove the wrong way on interstate highways!   But he didn’t hit anybody head on.  (Thank you!)

This guy’s route was so erratic and unpredictable and traveled through so many law enforcement jurisdictions that getting in front of him was an almost impossible challenge for police.

He abandoned the first car, leaving the boy was inside.  (Thank you!)  

He then carjacked another vehicle, yanking driver and passenger out, SKY2 with him all the way though sometimes hard pressed to keep up despite an air speed of 104 knots.   He sideswiped a few vehicles but nothing head on.  (Thank you!)   Some were on freeway access ramps so at lesser speeds, where he was often going the wrong way.  (Thank you).  

He carjacked a third car whose female driver would not give it up easily and ran after him.   But off he sped.

He was eventually stopped by a brave deputy sheriff, who was struck himself and tossed over a fence, after he had successfully thrown down in front of the vehicle the “stop sticks” that led to flat and smoking tires and it coming to a stop.  (Thank you!)   The thief abandoned the car and took off running, and tried but failed to get over a six-foot fence, probably the same fence he hit the deputy over.  Knowing it was over, he lay down on the ground and offered his hands behind his back to be handcuffed as he surrendered to police.   (THANK YOU!)  

No word as yet on the condition of the deputy from the hospital.  Let’s all say BPs for his fast and total recovery, better than we could ever expect or imagine.   (Thank you!)  Phew!


Sandy writes:  I had misplaced my keys, and several were vitally important. I called out an MBO, both for them to return to this timeline and for them to turn up because it is my personal opinion that the timelines are thinner right now. The little stinkers did, they were behind the water bottles.

(From Tom)  On Friday I went to the postal service we use to pick up mail.  I carry two keys with me–one that has a button to open and close the car door, as when it gets hot my dogs (who love to go with me) need to have the engine running with the air conditioner on.  This is Texas after all.  When I tried to remove the packages from the box they were so crammed I had to ask the owner to assist me.  I placed the packages in a plastic grocery sack, went to the car, reached in my pocket and used one of the keys to open the car door and then close it, went next door to Krogers and did the same on my return.  

Upon my return home I noticed I only had one car key.  Looked under the car, and went back to postal place.  Couldn’t find them.  Thought I left them at home and drove back and searched–no key.  I had requested a MBO to find the key, but still nothing.  I decided to drive back to the postal place and requested a MBO for the drive and to find the key QUICKLY!  As I drove to the postal place a little voice reminded me of the problem with the packages, so I called my wife on my cell phone and asked her to check the plastic bag with the packages.  She said, “It’s here!”  I turned around and headed back home.  

I never panicked–just kept wondering where I misplaced the key.  That is one of the benefits of requesting MBOs–it keeps you from panicking, as you KNOW things will work out for you.  So start requesting MBOs out loud.  It will keep the stress level down.  


Lee writes:  This is just a fun little MBO but makes me smile when I think of it. I was listening to my iPod on my way home from work the other day. I have it set to shuffle so it is always a surprise as to what song is next. I thought about a song I had downloaded but hadn’t heard in a while and said an MBO to hear the song on my nine-mile commute home.

I stopped to fill up my tank about a mile from my home still without hearing the song. When I got back in my car the familiar opening of the song started to play and I got to enjoy “Build me Up Buttercup” by The Foundations for the rest of my ride home! It is such a fun, upbeat tempo and I sang along and just really enjoyed the moment. No MBO request is too small!


Jodi writes:  My daughter just did MBOs to retrieve her immunization records, for a job on Marine Corps Base as a dental assistant. They responded in less than half-hour, now she is saying one to get the job.


Yvette writes:  I just said an MBO for a park right outside my hairdressers. A person pulled out just as I arrived.


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