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February 6, 2021

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 2-6-21


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!”


Angie in the Philippines writes: I ordered online a certain brand of Vitamin C that I have been taking daily and paid for it by depositing my payment online to the seller’s bank account. Normally, my deposit should have been posted in the account immediately, but the seller informed me that did not happen. So, I said a BP that my payment be posted in the seller’s bank account. At the end of the day, my payment has not been posted to the account even if I received confirmation that my payment has been deposited.

I called PayMaya, the online facility that transmits the deposits, and they said that the posting could last for 3 days, so I was advised to call if, after 3 days, my payment has not been posted. I kept saying BPs that my payment be posted, or that I get a refund. After 3 days, before I could even call the facility, my payment was refunded, and I made a new deposit to another bank account belonging to the seller. I realized that BPs always work, even if at first, the results sometimes are delayed, but it happens for the best.


MonaLisa writes: For the PETS book. We were over run with mice our first winter. Plus I saw years of past evidence. My boyfriend said an old girlfriend had too many ferals that stank up everything. I did an MBO. Now I have two fixed inside cats, and a few strays that I am taming, and am on the wait list to get them fixed with shots.


Sue writes: My younger sister has struggled with psoriatic arthritis for decades, and three years ago she finally found a medication that gave her some significant relief, and returned some quality to her life. At the end of August she retired, only after careful planning, and with special consideration regarding her medical needs. When she tried to refill her psoriasis medication, she had a shock, as her Medicare supplement would not cover this medication.

Her doctor prescribed a different medication that her insurance does cover; however the substitute did not help, she was in constant pain, miserable with a significant reduction to her quality of life. Her outlook was grim. The beneficial medication would cost her $1000 a month, which is an amount way beyond her ability to pay. The doctor did provide some samples of the helpful medication, but could only give her a onetime, month supply. My sister’s only hope was to see if she would be eligible for assistance through the pharmaceutical company. We both started saying our MBOs. I just got a text from her, letting me know that Pfizer will cover 100% of the cost!  Your MBOs are a life saver Tom, thank you so much for your work!


Sharon in Ontario Canada writes: A few weeks ago I was up early starting a fire in the basement wood stove insert and it was still dark outside. My cat Tulo was by the door asking to go out and when I opened it, there was a big brown rabbit just outside the door, and he started chasing it in circles trying to catch it! I panicked and stepped outside and was trying to catch Tulo and stop him from catching the rabbit. As I stood in front of the slightly open door, the terrified rabbit ran beside my legs and through the door and into our rec room! The cat ran back into the house and chased the rabbit behind a loveseat by the wall but couldn’t reach him there. My heart sank, as there are so many places a rabbit can hide in our lower level.

I called upstairs to wake up my husband to come and help me get the rabbit back outside and away from our cat. My husband called downstairs to get the big net we have in the laundry room, but I couldn’t find it. Just then I remembered to say an MBO to successfully catch the rabbit and return it outside. My cat chased the rabbit from behind the couch into the laundry room, I finally found the big net, and my husband came downstairs to help. I locked Tulo in a bedroom to keep him away from the rabbit, but we had no idea where the rabbit could be hiding, so I brought him back into the laundry room and he lay down near a corner with some tote bins stacked up looking intently at the tote bins, and we figured the rabbit was behind there.

We got a flashlight and looked in that corner and sure enough, the rabbit had made himself very thin and was hiding between the wall and the bin. I held the net at one end of the bin on the ground up against the wall and my husband moved the bin out slightly and put a hockey stick at the corner so the rabbit could only go out one way – into the net. It worked and he ran right into the net! He was a big rabbit, almost as big in size as our 12 pound cat, but lighter. He struggled in the net, but my husband quickly took him outside and released him safely, and he bounded away.

In the excitement, the cat got outside again as my husband was releasing the rabbit, but Tulo was confused as to which way the rabbit went, so the rabbit got a good head start. The cat did run in the right direction after about 5 or 10 seconds, but came home within 10 minutes and was still searching the basement for the rabbit, so I knew the rabbit was safe. And sure enough, a couple of weeks later after a snowfall in mid-morning, I saw that same rabbit nonchalantly hopping along the front of our house! I said another Benevolent Prayer for the rabbit to stay safe from harm, because our cat was out in the garden at that time under a bush. Luckily he did not see the rabbit.

I am sure that saying the MBO made the finding, catching and releasing this rabbit easier and quicker. He could have been hiding in our basement for hours or even days, or our cat could have caught and killed him.

We live in a rural area and have lost several cats to predators over the years – coyotes we think. When we first got Tulo at the age of 6 months from a friend’s barn over 4 years ago, I tried to make him an “indoor” cat” to keep him safe. But he was not happy about it, so I started letting him outside and so far, so good. He has had a couple of close calls but seems to be very wise and stays close to the house and if he smells coyotes, he will not go outside. Every day when I let him outside I say, “I ask any and all beings to keep Tulo safe from harm, and to keep the birds, squirrels and rabbits safe from harm from Tulo”. I just added rabbits to the BP after this incident.

One last story. When Tulo was fairly new to being outside the first summer we had him, he would get very excited chasing squirrels and would climb very high up trees. The squirrels would just leap to another branch and go on their merry way, but then he was stuck up in a tree, seemed unsure how to get back down and would meow for help. My husband got a ladder to help him get out of the crook of a maple tree once or twice in our front yard. One hot day in July, I was packing the car to go to the cottage and looking for Tulo outside so I could leave. I walked around our house and heard a “meow”, looked up and there was Tulo in a big oak tree trying to walk down the end of a branch towards me, but it was bowing down from his weight and he was going to fall off about 15 feet above the ground. So I went to the trunk of the tree and called him and he came back to where the branch met the trunk, and it was about 18 feet high. I tried coaxing him to come down but he seemed afraid and would not try and kept meowing in distress. My husband was out and I was the only one around. I said a Benevolent Prayer to be able to get Tulo safely down from the oak tree, somehow.

Just then I heard a tractor going up the road and saw it was our farmer friend Bob on his way back from haying a field down the road. I ran up to the road and flagged him down and asked if he could please help me get the cat down from the tree. Bob kindly said he would try – I got him the extension ladder and held it while he climbed up to the crook in the tree where the cat was and was barely able to reach him. Tulo was a little nervous about Bob since he didn’t know him, and when Bob grabbed him he scratched him, but Bob held on and was able to get him down to the ground safely. I was so relieved! I am certain the MBO was responsible for this benevolent outcome. Our cat no longer runs high up into trees – he has learned his lesson!

Thank you so much for sharing all your work with us.


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