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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, comfort, and protect the citizens of Iraq and Syria from harm, and to bring peace to this region of the world, thank you!”


Jane in Switzerland writes:  After I moved into my new apartment, I needed a new Computer Table for my small budget, so I asked an MBO. I later went out for a walk to discover the stores in the neighborhood, as I am new and do not yet know this little town. By random I saw a store/shop where they had tables outside and there was a sign “50% off all tables”; I saw a perfectly nice computer table, it was written 49.90 price, and I thought that is already the half price of the old price–good.

So I chose it and talked with the sales person, explaining I just moved in 5 minutes from there store but had no care to transport it. That sales person was so nice, immediately offered to drive the table to my home with his car, I thought this is soooo nice. Then I went to pay for the table and still thought the table costs 49.90, but it came out that was the old price and they told me I got to pay 24.80 – that is truly more than a good deal :-))


Sandra writes:  Here is my MBO.  Of course I always request an MBO when going away from home, as well as the daily “expect great things.”   We have what we believe are our lucky numbers, particularly the number 9.  Well, there are three other numbers we consider lucky too, and I always see these numbers on license plates when we are driving much more than one would consider average..  When riding with someone else and we are talking, the numbers will be there even more, in front of us or beside us or passing us.  Of course every time I see these numbers I tell myself, the angels are giving me a signal that they are there.  That is such a boost to the spirit and reminds me of their unfailing support at all times.


Michael writes:  As of last Friday, the total projected cost of plane tickets for this Christmas, for my family, was higher than I’ve ever seen it.  As of yesterday, somehow, the price came down $1,000, about 25%, to about what I paid last year.

I do nested MBO’s, i.e. for the day, week, month, year, decade, all instances of myself in creation, including alternate selves, past, present, parallel, future, and so on.


Linda writes:  I just wanted to write a quick little note on a recent MBO.  My laptop is about six years old and was functioning very slow with the internet connection becoming stuck and me having to reboot it many times.  I was wasting so much time that I avoided using it in the first place.  I had inquired about the company’s technical support program as the original tech support had expired and, I found it costly. I even looked into renting-to-own a new one, but something kept me from doing so.

Finally, one day I gave in and called for help. In desperation, I asked for a MBO to have the computer serviced for the best low price possible so I could keep it for a few more years. The company offered a one shot deal.  They would service my computer and all its issues for a one time fee. I felt I had no choice. I called and was connected to a very helpful technician who synched into my computer and went to work.  He told me I did not need to purchase a new one, that after it was serviced, it would be good for quite a few years.  He was so fast, in about forty-five minutes, it was done.  I had three days to check the usage before the contract ended.  I thanked him and started checking how my laptop functioned.  It as much faster and no more getting stuck.  It felt great. I was very pleased. It was worth the price of the one time deal.  

The next day, I was on the computer again and when I tried to shut down, it would continue on.  I quickly called the company that serviced my laptop and explained the situation.  This new technician went through his program and after about five minutes, asked me a few questions about what was showing on my screen.  He then asked me to please wait a moment while he spoke to his supervisor.  Two minutes later, he came back and told me, there was a problem with my hard drive.  I would have to obtain help from a local company in order to have the hard drive replaced!  His company would be happy to reimburse me for the fee I had paid for service.  I didn’t get upset for some reason.  I just said “okay.”  

As I went back to use my laptop, I found that everything else was working fine, and although I have to shut it off a different way, it does not affect the function at all.  So although on their end, they thought they damaged my hard drive, it works fine.  I did not have to pay for the service and I have my laptop for many years now!  I am so grateful.  It’s amazing how things work out when I use MBOs.  I have shared the gift of MBOs with friends and my mom who is starting to use them herself!  

Thank you again Tom, for your selfless generosity of spirit.


Michael writes:  I was flying, recently.  I really, really don’t like turbulence.  I used to use a longer method, which would take about 2 minutes to clear turbulence.

Last flight, I used MBOs.  Immediate response of no turbulence.  I was waiting to go to the bathroom, turbulence meant I had to go back to my seat, I did an MBO, turbulence halted, I went back to the bathroom.

I like going to stores that sell salvage, and odd lots.  I love doing MBO’s prior, just to see what happens.  My brother does even better.  He bought a fake Rolex, at such a place, for $60.  That’s reasonable.  Then, it turned out to be real…  a special edition, so they couldn’t identify it for what it was.


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Have a Most Benevolent Week!


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May 8, 2010

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Welcome to this week’s edition of my Benevolent Outcomes Blog, and welcome to everyone who signed up 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!”

Subscribing to this blog is easy, just go to .  I also email a weekly newsletter with more advanced topics, which you can subscribe to by going to  You can also read 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.
Attention everyone living in the Ft. Worth Metroplex.  I will be speaking at the Satori group get-together (everyone’s invited) May 14.  Details down below.

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: I will be having my first LIVE GLOBAL WEBCAST on Thursday, May 20. See the details down below.  You’ll be able to ask questions, so please tune in.  It’s F.R.E.E.!

Now for this week’s inspiring stories.


Each year I travel to Cannes, France for an international TV and Video market held there.  The one I am writing about was an uneventful trip (thanks to requesting Benevolent Outcomes) with two exceptions. I had the little “whisper in my ear” from my Guardian Angel Theo in Frankfurt while waiting for my connection that my watch was going to stop working, and I remember thinking (I was foggy from being on a plane overnight) that at least it had lasted for 20 years. Then I awoke from a nap while waiting and discovered the watch had stopped and it was only 25 minutes until boarding time.

Upon arrival in Cannes, I headed for the Rolex store nearby to see if it could be fixed (after requesting a MBO). I was having a hard time finding the address and stopped in another watch store to ask directions. After finding the store a few doors down, I was told it would take four to six weeks and a minimum of 400 to 600 Euros ($600 to $900) for the repair. I know prices in the USA are lower, so I headed back to the other store and bought the least expensive watch they had to tide me over until my watch is repaired. Had I not stopped in for directions, I would not have known where to go for a less expensive watch—a nice Benevolent Outcome!

The next night I ate at a pizza and Italian food restaurant near the “old” port in Cannes. There are a lot of these in the area, as Italy is just an hour drive or so away, just past Monte Carlo. I pulled my reading glasses out of the case and the lens on the left side, along with the screw, dropped out on the table. The screw rolled off the table and even with two waiters assisting me we couldn’t find it. I requested a Benevolent Outcome and luckily the print on the menu was large enough to read.

The next morning I asked the front desk where to have the glasses repaired, and was advised there was a store only one block away. The repair person replaced the screw and even the pads, which she said were yellow, and at no charge! It was a nice MBO. I do know from similar things happening like this before that I set these little challenges up on a higher self level in order to force me out of my routine, which also allows me to speak French; I am only able to use my French two times a year now. I used to also attend the Cannes Film Festival, but my lower budgeted regional films didn’t sell well there, as that is a market for art films and for films with highly recognizable stars, so I stopped attending.

After my book was published I started receiving emails from people with there own Benevolent Outcome stories.  One of the first was from David in St. Louis.  He said that he had requested a Benevolent Outcome for getting through a security line at the airport with no problems. When he reached the person who checks boarding passes and ID’s, she opened up a line that had only been used for airline crews and he was the first person through the line.  Then he requested a MBO for someone interesting to sit next to on the plane coming back from South Africa and had a great conversation with someone that put on metaphysical events.

The first time I tried it was coming back from Washington, DC from a bookstore convention.  I wound up sitting next to the buyer for a chain of bookstores and was able to show him my book and sell sheet, which resulted in sales.  With that success I have requested MBO’s to meet interesting people many times in my travels.

In Cannes, at the Italian restaurant I mentioned above, I requested a MBO to sit next to someone interesting, knowing that a lot of my colleagues were arriving for the market.  When I arrived I was seated at a table by the wall with empty tables next to me.  After my experience with my glasses, two young ladies came in to eat and instead of sitting one table away from me, sat down next to me.  We started talking and they were also there for the TV market, and came from Toronto, Canada.  The talk eventually led to a discussion about Benevolent Outcomes and one of the ladies, named Jenna, said that her mother had just returned from Sedona (one of my favorite places)!  Jenna and her friend Valerie said they would try requesting Benevolent Outcomes for their meetings.  A couple of days later I received an email from Jenna saying that the requests were going great.  In later emails she has continued to request them.

I also went to a reception the PBS station in New York has each market at a penthouse that overlooks the whole bay of Cannes.  I again requested a MBO to talk to someone interesting, and there were plenty of interesting people there. I eventually went to dinner with five ladies, mostly in South American sales and TV broadcasting.  One of the ladies promised to put me in touch with their dubbing service in Argentina and she told them to tell them to give me the same rate they have.   These are just examples of how many ways there are to request Benevolent Outcomes in your work and life.  Make it a HABIT!

Note on my last scheduled trip to Cannes in early April: I had bought my badge for the market and requested a Most Benevolent Outcome for my trip there. Then I kept hearing about how many of my potential clients were not going to attend, plus I had started negotiations on two extremely large deals for my company—either of which would surpass any normal business I would do at the market; I felt that I could not justify the expense of going and not being able to continue these negotiations and canceled my hotel reservation.

I’m sure you heard how people were stuck all over Europe and were not able to fly because of the volcanic ash cloud.  As you read above, I normally connect through either Frankfurt or Paris, and I would have been stuck in Cannes for at least an additional 5 to 7 days before being able to fly back to the USA, as I heard a number of my colleagues were.  This was DEFINITELY a big MBO for me!


MAY 14, FRIDAY—7:30PM—FT. WORTH, TEXAS—SATORI. This will be my third appearance at Satori, and this time I’ll not only talk about MBO’s, but I’ll talk about the predictions given to me for 2010 and beyond.  I’ll also have my new book there for signing.  For more information contact Phil Walthall at 817-222-1871 or

MAY 20, THURSDAY—6:00 PM PDT, 7:00 PM MDT, 8:00 PM CDT, 9:00 PM EDT, 9:00 AM SINGAPORE, 11:00 AM SYDNEY, 2:00 AM LONDON.
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prior to the broadcast at Click on “Join a Live Event”. Enter your name, Meeting ID: 271-620-369 (including dashes) and your email address. Then JOIN. I’ll talk about MBO’s and Predictions.  Hosted by Cindy Belmonte,, 805-520-3733 for your video conferences.  Ask me questions LIVE! Hope to see you there—and please invite your friends!

JUNE 21, MONDAY—6:00 PM-10:00 PM—SEDONA, AZ—Sedona Creative Life Center. Jam-packed evening where I go through all the simple spiritual tools you can use every day the rest of your life and conduct a guided meditation for you to contact your own Guardian Angel.  For more information and to register:


Don’t forget that THE GENTLE WAY II is NOW AVAILABLE for delivery on and is IN STOCK! Here is the link: .  You can also order it by phone at my publisher Monday to Friday.  Call toll free 800-450-0985.  It has twice as many pages as the first book.     The books are great for presents for family and friends for birthdays and other special occasions!  The first book is also available on  Either or both books can change lives!

Please email me (I’m also on FACEBOOK) your MBO stories, as they inspire others to live THE GENTLE WAY!

Have a Most Benevolent Week!

Tom T. Moore

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