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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!

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

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 protect all those in harms way from the violence of terrorists or war, thank you!”


Caitie writes:  I love your newsletter, and I finally have an MBO to share!

My husband started a new job recently, and on his second day, he ended up losing his wedding ring. As you may or may not know, we have had a lot of snow up here in the northeast USA where we live, so it was possible for the ring to be anywhere, including under a huge snow pile as he had been shoveling that morning. He searched everywhere he had been, and even had his coworkers looking as well. By the end of the day, no one had found it and we figured either it would turn up after all the snow melted, or it was gone forever. We were both pretty upset that the ring was lost, so I said an MBO that he would find the ring quickly and we wouldn’t have to spend money on a new one.

I was talking to him on the phone on my way home from work and he had just gotten home and was taking off his coat and boots, when all of a sudden he found the ring… in his boot!! We have absolutely no idea how his ring could’ve ended up in his boot, which was tightly laced, and on all day! That ring was not meant to be lost!

Thanks Tom! Look forward to reading more of your newsletters.


Robbyn writes: Tom, we were at a party with friends and at the end of the night, one friend realized they had lost an earring! It’s a special earring with real ruby in it. Well several of us searched and searched everywhere and as I was searching, I asked for all Benevolent Beings and Benevolent Ones to help guide one of us to where the earring was.

After 20 minutes with no luck, we all begrudgingly gave up and said we would call lost and found first thing in the morning. So we all leave, and as I’m sitting in the car, I start to take my shoes off and out of the corner of my eye, I see something on the pavement. I pointed and said to my honey “what’s that?” Sure enough, there was the ruby earring! How it got there, we don’t know, because we were not parked anywhere near each other. It was almost as if someone had put it right next to our car and made me decide to take my shoes off before I even got in the car. Otherwise I would never have seen it. Truly an MBO!!


Sara writes:  Thank you for this, Tom! You may use this story in your blog if you like. I have been saying BPs for my cat Opal the last few days as she has been acting up again peeing on her mat so I took her to the vet last week. Thinking it was a UTI. He said she might have crystals in her urine and asked me to get a sample by cleaning out the litter box and filling it with paper to get a clean sample. He also gave her special food to help break down crystals in case she had them and an antibiotic.

It took me almost a week to get the box cleaned out because I was waiting for some more of the litter to be cleaned out to make it easier. I said MBOs that she’d be fine, or if it was something it would only be the crystals that are able to be dissolved by food. I finally got a sample and took it straight to the vet. We got the results the next evening: she has blood and crystals in her urine.

I have continued to say BPs and ask all the angels and such to help heal her quickly so she is not in pain. I just found a urinary track health pill for felines on Amazon and have that being shipped overnight for her. Then you posted this story with the Diving healing codes! That is a Godsend right now, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart! I am reading it now so I can add that to the arsenal of help for my girl! I will be so happy when we can get her system all cleaned up and working properly again! Thank you, Tom!


Eleanore writes: An MBO for your annals:  My Son-in-Law Mike waited way too long to do something about his very painful hip erosion so when he finally did decide it was time to attend to it, the doctors found he had done some serious damage and they could not use the current type of surgery but had to revert back to their former, old methods to correct this.  

On Tuesday, 2/24, he underwent two hours of some pretty intense surgery while I was dong MBO’s for a miraculous experience.  It most certainly was answered.  He had that surgery in the morning and that afternoon, he was walking the hallway in the hospital with some pain but nothing that would bring him to his knees.  Today, 2/26, he is being discharged and sent home to fully heal.  You just know MBO’s will complete that as well.  Wow, Tom, just Wow and thank you once again.


Toni writes:  The other night we had gone to friends and were coming home in the dark.  It had snowed heavily all day, but quit before we even left home. We live in the country and our back roads often have just one lane plowed.  We had an easy time coming home as my husband drove cautiously.  When we finally reached the last road we had to navigate before our road, my husband was so relieved.  About that time, our 4-wheel drive truck started sliding.   It took awhile to realize we were no longer on the road, as everything was snow covered and all the same color.  We really got our truck mired in the snow and couldn’t get out, just yards from our road.   

I decided I would walk home, a bit more than a quarter of a mile, and get a neighbor to pull us out.   I didn’t want my husband walking all the way home as he has artificial joints and falls are a no-no.  I tried to open my door to get out and we were up against a hill, so he ended up walking toward home in the dark with no flashlight.  As I sat in the car, I realized this could take hours especially if he had to call a tow truck.   So I decided to say an MBO.   In about 5 minutes a man pulled up in a truck with a snowplow and said he would pull me out.   I told him my husband had started walking home, so the nice man drove down and got him and they came back.  With in a few minutes we were back on the road and home in no time.  I love MBO’s.  I love your newsletter and look forward to it every week.


Angie writes: 1. MBO for Prayers for Peace in the Philippines

A friend and I started a campaign last Feb. 16 to enjoin people to pray for peace in the Philippines for 5 minutes at noon everyday. We began in Facebook sharing our posts to our friends. You may have seen it in your News feed. We are also sending text messages to friends ten minutes before noon daily reminding them to pray for peace. Our goal is to get as many people as possible to pray/meditate on peace at the same time everyday. I said an MBO that more people will get involved in our campaign.

While we got a big number of “Likes” and “Shares”, the significant result is that, 9 days into our campaign, the Head of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines, a very influential religious group, issued an order for an “Oratio Imperata” to all bishops and priests in the Philippines to say a special prayer for peace during every Catholic Holy Mass from March 1 – 28. Oratio Imperata is an order for mandatory prayers that can be issued only by a high-ranking Catholic bishop. We never communicated with this group. There are 76 million Catholic Filipinos out of a total population of 96 million. Data shows that 37% of Filipino Catholics go to church weekly. Therefore, at least 28 million people will be praying for peace weekly, not to mention those who attend Catholic Mass daily! Thank you, GAs, Archangels, Masters, Guides and all beings. Thank you Tom for teaching us about MBOs. It really works!

2. MBO for Hosting Archangels

My friend asked my help to find her a host for Archangels from Mar. 1 – 5. We are also involved in a spiritual practice called “Hosting Archangels”, wherein there is a small ritual to welcome 5 Archangels to come to the host’s house for 5 days. After that, the host has to forward the Archangels to 3 people who will host them. There is no physical transfer of statues or anything; it’s all spiritual. My friend found 2 friends willing to host but lacked 1 more. After 24 hours, we still couldn’t get anyone to agree. While it is a simple procedure, not many are into this practice. I couldn’t host at that time, as I will be going out of town. (The Archangels have to stay only in 1 house of the host). I said an MBO for this and texted 5 friends. In less than 3 minutes after saying the MBO, I found a very willing host. Since it involves them, the GAs and Archangels really worked fast!

Now if we could just teach everyone to say the same prayer out loud and not just listen to a priest say the prayer.  Can you imagine having 28 million people say the same prayer out loud?  The energy would be tremendous and would change the whole nation in a week, I believe. 


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March 24, 2012

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 3-24-12




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).


I have some new signs that you can print out on my website under the SIGNS tab to help you remember to request MBO’s.  Check it out at

Have you bought one of The Gentle Way books yourself yet?  If not, why not?   On one MBO forum a lady posted that this is better than the Secret or anything she has ever tried, because IT WORKS!  You can buy them online by simply going to my website and clicking on the images on the side (which takes you to, or you can call my publisher direct at 800-450-0985.  The first book is also published in Germany and Greece.  

Subscribing to this blog is easy, just go to  the column on the right side and click on the RSS button.  You can also find on the website a couple of sample chapters of my first book to give you more suggestions on requesting MBO’s.  Please forward this blog to your friends if you enjoy reading it.  In the Articles & News section I have a Search Function you can use to search all my articles and newsletters by simply entering a word or phrase.  And be sure to request to be my Friend on Facebook.  I give extra information during the week there.   

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


I’ll begin with an MBO story of my own.  I NEVER get in a car without requesting a MBO for the drive to wherever I’m headed—even if someone else is driving (which I called THE RADIANT EFFECT in my first book).  In that book, I told the story of renting a car to drive from the Nice, France airport to Cannes with my trunks for a world TV market and requested a MBO for the drive; a little French car just in front of me on the highway lost control, slid into to median rail divider and popped out right in front of me.  Had I been five seconds sooner I would have hit him, but easily avoided by going all the way to the right side of the roadway and slowly passed by.

This time, after I started the program to send out the newsletter, I drove down to have a haircut.  After requesting a MBO for my drive back to the Kroger grocery store near where I live in Plano, I took the North Dallas Tollway back and exited at Legacy Drive, for those of you who know the area.  A large black pickup truck turned onto Legacy in front of me and was on the outside of the three lanes, so I took the middle in order to not be right behind him.  As we both approached the signal light for the entrance to the Shops at Legacy, I could see another black smaller SUV car in the turn lane to turn left into the north end of the Shops at Legacy and could just barely see a car in the opposite turn lane to turn south.  

Suddenly the black SUV started to turn; obviously she had not seen the black pickup as her vision was blocked by the other car in the opposite turn lane.   I’m sure my eyes became as wide as saucers, as I saw there was no way the pick-up truck, traveling at about 40-45 miles per hour (65-72 kph) could stop.  The truck slammed into the SUV and literally lifted it off the pavement.  I came to a stop about five feet or so from the SUV that had been turned 180 degrees after the collision.  

Here I was stuck in the middle of the intersection.  I had room to go in between the two vehicles, but there was debris all over the road, so I backed up (luckily the SUV behind me had stopped before the intersection) and turned right as if I was entering the Shops road; I planned to park on the brick and concrete divider to check on the lady, as I could see she was dazed, but the SUV turned right behind me and another car was in the right lane too, making it impossible to stop.  People were running out of the shops to the lady’s car to check on her, so I decided it was best to keep the traffic from piling up preventing access by the emergency vehicles.  I turned down a lane with parking spaces parallel to Legacy and drove on.  I immediately said a Benevolent Prayer for both drivers to fully recover from any injuries they had experienced.  

So may I remind you to ALWAYS request a MBO wherever you go, even if it’s just to the local supermarket.  


Dong in the Philippines writes:  Thank you again for accepting my friend invitation in Facebook last week and for sharing your work to everyone. I haven’t read your book yet (I don’t think it is available here in the Philippines) but I have read all articles and newsletters in your web site. I’ve learned about your work a few months ago and immediately started requesting MBOs. I’ve noticed after a few weeks that life has become gentler – less stress driving, less stress at work and even the banks and collection agencies are more forgiving when I miss my payments. I also noticed that when I don’t get what I requested, I would get an explanation (or at least an idea) why. Here are a couple of MBO experiences I had involving rain (I’ve been having an urge for days to send you these stories and I think it’s my GA shouting in my ear).

My wife is a real estate agent and last month she had a client who wanted to look at two development sites. It had been raining since the night before the tour and when we met the client, there was no indication that the rain would stop anytime soon. So, on the way to the sites, I whispered a MBO for the rain to avoid the places we were going to. When we approached the gate of the first site the rain died down to only a drizzle and completely stopped as soon as I parked the car. As we stepped out the car the clouds above us broke just enough to show the sun while it still rained on the surrounding area. It stayed that way for more than two hours. Just as we were leaving the site, the clouds became dark again and it started to rain. The same thing happened when we got to the second site. The rain stopped and the sun came out again when we arrived and stayed that way for a few hours. The rain didn’t start again until we were already leaving. Of course I thanked my GA, the Sun and Gaia for the wonderful experience.

A few weeks ago, while I’m on my way home from work, it started to rain. Naturally I requested a MBO for the rain to stop for a while when I arrive – just long enough for me to get in the house without getting wet. I was surprised when the rain did not stop when I arrive but I trust the process. The next day at work I suddenly had an “aha” moment and suddenly realized what happened the previous night and why my request was not granted. I think my GA shouted in my ear because I wasn’t even thinking about the event. There is a stray dog that stays outside our fence. We can’t let it in as we already have three dogs that are very territorial, but we feed him and my father-in-law would set up a beach umbrella by the fence for the dog whenever it rains. Because it was raining when I arrived home, my father in law opened the gates for me and that’s when he saw the dog getting wet from the rain. So he set up the beach umbrella for the dog’s shelter. It turned out to be a most benevolent outcome after all. Now I know definitely that angels also look after our animal friends.

Oh, and I request a most benevolent outcome for these stories to help in any way someone new to requesting MBOs and help attract more people to the gentle way and may the result be even better than we can hope for or expect. Thank you!


Rhonda writes on Facebook: My husband and I use MBO’s and BP’s constantly, with great effect. I can’t tell you how many times I have found things using MBO’s. This weekend, I was putting together the 25-30 page newsletter that I do each month and I was having trouble coming up with a visual format that pleased me. I was grumbling about it to myself, saying things like, “This sucks. This doesn’t work. I hate this.” Finally, I realized I hadn’t done an MBO, and while I was fixing myself a cup of coffee, promptly said something like, “I request the Most Benevolent Outcome for inspiration for the newsletter format. Thank you thank you thank you.” I IMMEDIATELY thought of something, went back to the computer and came up with a stunning visual format. That made me happy the rest of the day! Thank you, Tom, for bringing this to so many people’s attention! Our angels rock!!!


Kostya in the Ukraine writes:  Yesterday was a nice sunny day; I had a nice walk on a Dnipro river. But my mother stayed at home for the whole day. This morning I woke up, saw another sunny day and requested an MBO for my mother to come out of the house today. In 30 min she said that she’ll go to a dacha. Great!

Just a reminder for anyone living in the northern latitudes.  Gaia says she’ll give you one sunny day a week, but you have to ask for it.  So early each week request a MBO for a Sunny Saturday!


Lee writes:  Hi, Tom. I have an MBO for you. My grandson has a “comfort” stuffed animal that we call his “Woobie.” He was getting ready for bed and we couldn’t find it anywhere. We looked high and low. Finally I remembered MBO’s and said one immediately for help in locating his most sacred possession. Within 3 seconds a thought popped into my head and I asked my husband if it was still in his truck from when he picked the baby up at nursery school. He went outside and looked and there it was in the car seat! Tragedy averted and very quickly!! I said thank you, thank you, thank you!!


Ann writes: My MBO story happened this winter. After going to bed one evening, I woke with severe acid reflux. I was quite sick and very disturbed. I thankfully remembered to do an MBO. The moment I said thank you, the acid reflux was gone immediately. I wasn”t surprised, but I was so thrilled that it worked immediately. I asked to remain free of this acid reflux, and I have not experienced it again. Thank you for sharing this wonderful tool with us to do MBO’s. I do them all the time about everything, and not only do they work, I feel so good about doing them. I have shared with many people and hopefully they will benefit from them also. I know some already have.  Thanks again for all you share with us.


Fredrick writes:  What could be a more benevolent outcome than coming back to Oklahoma thinking I would have to bury my father, but instead I’m taking him fishing! He is 96 years old, frail, and was in the hospital with pneumonia and end stage kidney failure. We were ready to order the flowers. Many people were praying for him in their own ways, but my sister was using Most Benevolent Outcomes. I had never heard of this, but felt it was something I could do, so I chimed right in.

Now, the physical therapist at his nursing center has organized a little fishing expedition for the two of us at a nearby lake for tomorrow. Dad has been my fishing buddy for the last 50 years. I don’t think he likes to eat fish all that much, but fishing was a way for father and son to spend time together. To go fishing with my father  another time is a precious gift for us both.

Thank you for teaching this great approach. 

Fredrick wrote later to say the fishing expedition had gone great.  They didn’t catch any fish which was a MBO for the fish.  


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