INCLUDED IN THIS BLOG:
· MBOS AND BP FOR HEART PROCEDURE
· MBOS FOR PAINTINGS
· MBOS FOR SNOW STORMS
· MBOS FOR VACATION
· MBOS FOR NEW AIR CONDITIONER
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 http://www.thegentlewaybook.com/index.htm
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: http://www.thegentlewaybook.com/signs.htm. Here is an example of a BP for everyone to say today: “I ask any and all beings to assist the leaders of the world governments to make decisions in the best interests of ALL the world’s citizens!“
I’ll start with a story of my own.
MBOS AND BPS FOR HEART PROCEDURE
On January 21st I had a heart ablation “touch-up” procedure as my electro-cardiologist calls it. My last one was in 2008, but he said they have found that hearts regenerate some of the mis-firing cells. Naturally I was saying an MBO for the procedure to be perfect and with better results than I could hope for or expect, several days in advance.
The procedure (they don’t call them “operations” anymore) took place in the newest hospital in Dallas. I requested a MBO for the drive to the hospital at 5:30 am and we whizzed down the freeway. Arriving at 6:00 am we were immediately met by the lady who checked me in, given a wristband and almost immediately taken upstairs to the “prep” room. They have a really good staff and my nurse prep was a Buddhist from India—a very sweet lady. Keep in mind that because of the MBO’s I had NO FEAR. I was just happy that the day had arrived to take care of the problem so I could get on with my life.
The anesthesiologist visited me, and I told him I wanted to say a Benevolent Prayer for the staff before he put me under. No problem. Then I was wheeled up to the 8th floor where they do the procedures. When I entered the room one of the surgical nurses said, “Now we leave our modesty at the door.” I was concentrating on making sure I got to say my BP before lights out, or I should have said, “That’s easy enough for you to say—I don’t see you working in the nude!” I know that would have cracked them up.
I was amazed at the improvement in equipment just since 2008—almost sci-fi looking. I introduced myself to each member of the surgical staff, and then said this BP, “I ask any and all beings to assist the doctors and nurses to perform their work PERFECTLY, and may the results be even better than I can hope for or expect, thank you!” One of the nurses said she liked that. I quickly mentioned The Gentle Way and that’s the last think I remember before waking up in the hospital room. I don’t even recall the recovery room, which I had in the past. Room number was 515, which of course adds up to 11, a power number!
They kept me overnight. My wife was there for over 12 hours, bless her heart. I had a little problem with coughing, as they had stuck a tube down my throat to check for any blood clots and it was irritated. I was awakened at 7:00 am just in time to watch the morning news and order breakfast. My doctor visited me and said he had zapped me 40 times–so much for touch-ups! He said I should be good to go for another 10 years or more. I was checked out around 11:00 am, and of course I requested a MBO for the drive home.
Thanks to everyone who said a Benevolent Prayer (BP) for me. It is truly and sincerely appreciated. I told a friend of mine that I might be glowing by the time I reached the operating room! So keep in mind your life will be much less fearful and more successful if you begin requesting MBOs and asking for BPs for others.
MBOS FOR PAINTINGS
Angie writes: Hi Tom, My MBOs: As I went out to the mall last week, I said an MBO that I will meet buyers of my paintings. I didn’t meet anyone interested in my paintings that day, so I forgot about that. Three days ago, I was in Facebook and liked and commented on a beautiful photo of her and a lighthouse, posted by my doctor. She answered back by asking me to paint that photo of hers for her. After two days, I got an email from the gallery that represents me asking me to submit two paintings for a national group exhibit. Divine timing!
MBOS FOR SNOW STORMS
Nancy writes: We’ve had a number of snow storms in the Albany area of New York State, and every time I do an MBO for my family, my home, and our travels on the road. Then I do one for everyone’s family, home, and travels on the road. Last I ask Gaia, if at all possible, would she let up a bit on the coming storm. So far, every time the weather forecasters have predicted the “storm of the century,” we’ve had a wonderfully downgraded experience! I also extend the BPs to anyone I see in trouble on the road, and to any news I hear that’s troubling. So far so good!
Thanks for everything, Tom!
MBOS FOR VACATION
Peggy writes: Went on a trip to Seattle Washington. Said a MBO for safe and exciting trip. My angels sent me down a street that was showing Kinky Boots, one of my favorite movies. A Broadway show from New York just happened to be there. Husband and I got the last two tickets at a very reasonable price and it was great. I was so very pleased they sent me down that street because I had no idea they were in Seattle……Wonderful surprise.
MBO FOR NEW AIR CONDITIONER
Sandy writes: My MBO dropped my new air conditioner on my doorstep, and I’ve still have $$ in the bank!
Who buys air conditioners in the middle of winter? You do if you live in Arizona, and I bet Sandy obtained a much better deal buying one in the “off-season.”