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August 11, 2012

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 8-11-12




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).


For those of you in the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex, I will be doing a four-hour workshop at the McKinney Performing Arts Center (old courthouse on the square) on August 26.  For more information telephone Janet Landers at 214-218-7360 or email at

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


DeLeah writes:  I recently moved from the west coast to the east coast and on the drive over I had a few rubbermaid plastic containers tied down on the back of my trailer. Well I lost one about five miles back in Wyoming and I pulled over to secure everything before going back to find it. I said an MBO, “I request a most benevolent outcome that my container be returned to me safely.” Forty-five minutes later I was at the exit to return to the next exit going the opposite direction when I noticed a policeman behind me with his lights on. I pulled over and they returned my container to me! They were very nice and helpful, the lid was not recovered so I stuffed everything I could into the car and they disposed of the garbage that was not salvageable for me. Thank you once again Angels!


Dan in Calgary writes:  Just thought I’d share my most recent MBO with you. Mid-week I set out on a 1200Km/720mi roundtrip motorcycle ride. Prior to my departure, I requested a MBO for a perfect and safe ride. Halfway through my ride, I noticed my windshield was loose. Upon further inspection, I saw that one of the 2 windshield brackets had sheared in half and the other bracket was just starting to show a small tear. I thought it wiser to return directly home, rather than extend the trip and so requested another MBO for a safe trip home.

Along the entire trip home, I had a strong tailwind, which was a great help in lessening the buffeting of winds when passed by oncoming semis and buses. I also rode with another lone rider for about a quarter of the return trip, which was a nice reassurance should anything have gone wrong. I arrived home safely and upon further inspection saw that the the small fracture had just about doubled in size. In retrospect, I had a perfect ride, with perfect weather and a perfect outcome. Also unbeknownst to me, a close friend had sent up some BPs for me, specifically asking Gaia to provide good weather for my trip. In all, a wonderful trip thanks to a BP, Acme (my GA) and Gaia!


Kathy writes:  I have a great MBO for your newsletter, and a benevolent prayer request for your dear readers. A couple months ago I asked if Theo could shed some light on what may have caused my friend Linda’s partner (Collie) to have what seemed to be a total nervous breakdown, because he became a shell of the person he was and completely withdrawn from the world. He won’t ever leave the house, and he hasn’t walked or been outside, except to the occasional appointment and even that is a struggle, for over 20 years. Theo mentioned Linda should have Collie checked with an MRI, so she is making this happen.

But meanwhile a miracle has occurred, due to Benevolent Prayer and our Angels. Last week, Linda visited her brother on the shore, and she didn’t bother asking Collie to come this time, because he never wants to go anywhere, not even out to dinner. But at the last moment, Collie asked Linda if he could go with her, and during the trip Collie walked with them to the beach each day, which was quite a distance, and he spent the afternoon on the beach, even going into the water a bit. He was laughing and joking, and was having fun soaking up the surf and sun. After over 20 years of not wanting to go anywhere, this was a true miracle. And as my friend Linda says – never give up on someone you love, no matter what anyone says.

Tom, your book was the key!!!! We would have never used the Gentle Way had it not been for you. I would like to ask that your readers also help Collie to continue to improve, if they would say the following benevolent prayer: “I ask that any and all beings please be with Collie and help his body, mind and spirit to make a 100% recovery so that he can now live a happy, healthy and productive life that will be an inspiration to himself and others. And may this result in a most benevolent outcome for him and be better than he can hope for or imagine, Thank you!”


Patricia from BC writes:  Hi Tom, this may seem a small thing that I used a MBO for, but, when we moved here four years ago my son-in-law who helped move us was asked to store some of the out door things till I made a place for them (they have five acres) after repeatedly asking for them back I said an MBO for the compost bin. As we have a garbage recycling program that is very strict as to what we can get rid of,I decided to do our own  and an email came up on my computer about recycled paper. then instructed me to the website for supplies and there was the bin available from the twp at $35.00. My son went to pick it up and it was a perfect bin,large opening and vastly improved from the last one. when he went to pay for it it was only $25.00 and had a separate counter pail to put daily items in to take to the bin later, this was FREE as a bonus. It took a little while for the MBO to find the right one,  but was well worth the wait.

Keep up the excellent work. Bless you, THANK YOU, for without your tireless efforts we would not have this tremendous tool.


DeeDee writes on Facebook:  Thank you for telling me the MBO for rain. I’ve been saying it, “I welcome the Gentle Rain”, and we Finally have rain up here in parched Oklahoma.


Lee writes:  I have an MBO if it is not too late. I had to renew my drivers license with all the required “paper trail” back in May. Due to some unforeseen circumstances I didn’t get to the renewal office until June 3. After waiting in line for about 15 minutes I got up to the worker who goes over your paperwork first to make sure everything is in order. I had one paper missing so them gave me a temporary license and a new date of expiration. Everything else was in order they said. I had to contact an office in another state to get a copy of a marriage license from over forty years ago! Almost $50 and 7 weeks later I got the required document.

Today I headed back to get my license with all the paperwork in order. I said an MBO that everything would run smooth and the line would be short even though it is the beginning of he month. I got to the office and there was about a dozen people ahead of me and about another dozen people waiting. Not looking too MBO! When it was my turn the person was taking a long time looking at all my documentation. When I asked what the problem was he said a different piece of paper was not the proper one. At this point I was not happy and let him know that the last time I was there be didn’t tell me that.  He checked with someone else and they said I would have to come back again with a new certificate that was going to cost me another $50. Boy, I was trying my best to stay calm but wasn’t too successful.

I said a quick MBO that this would work out for the best and sat and waited for my number to be called. An hour later it was my turn. When I got to the window I let the man know how unhappy I was as calmly as I could at the time. I explained the “paper trail” and how one document was fine two months ago but now was not. He left and came back a few minutes later and asked me some questions, then told me to stand in front of the blue screen and smile. I finally was able to renew my drivers license!  I didn’t get the MBO I hoped for in the way I had hoped but I did get it! Thank you, Tom, these MBO’s are awesome!


Kate writes:  Tom, here is an MBO success story for the Department of Motor Vehicles.

My daughter was trying to renew her learner’s permit from Maryland, (where she goes to college, and summer job) to keep it in Vermont or have to wait two whole years to do it through Maryland. They required tons of documentation. I had only a small window of time to help her today while the office was open, so I did two MBO’s. Then I proceeded to have computer difficulties getting documentation from her college. It came through at the last minute. I had to wait awhile at the DMV, but once I was able to get to the window, it was great. I had requested to have a nice person who understood and who could help me with the least hassle, it worked! It only took her (the employee) five minutes and one piece of documentation. She let me sail through since she has a son at Syracuse University who had to go through the same thing!


Shyla in Malaysia writes: It’s my first try of MBO’s (had learned it from my friends’ 8 year old child ). And wanted to do something easy, so I requested for a parking lot, close to where I want to go and in 5 minutes of my arriving. And said my thanks. I drove to the place I wanted to go, barely there is any parking on a normal day as it is a jammed packed place, everyone is always fighting for a space, I drove pass, an there it was between 20 cars, a space for me, pulled in, and the parking is perfect, jus across the road is where I want to go.  Verrryyyy happy and excited that my first trial of MBO was a success. 🙂

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