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October 23, 2010

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 10-23-10




Welcome to this week’s edition of my 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).

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I changed her name for privacy to Joan writes:  Can you please help me create a benevolent request?

We have been in business for over 20 years, and it’s slowly but steadily going downhill – we have financial commitments and employment commitments and need assistance urgently.  My husband says he is doing all that he can to turn it around, and I am sure you have heard it all before, but I am afraid.

I have been using the request: “I request a most Benevolent Outcome for improving my financial situation and improving our business. thank you.”

I am a newbie to this benevolent bit, and only found your site today – but want it to work, and quickly – so want to get it as effective as possible

Is there a better way to put it? And does Theo have any advice?

I love what you are doing – I use the parking request regularly (I have a rhyme:  Parking Fairy, Parking Fairy find a park for me… near the *place*, near the *place*, near the *place* it must be) and amazingly it works, even if I visualize the park before I get there!

You can also say, I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for being able to pay all our bills this month, thank you!”

I also have a sign on my website you can print out.  Click on Signs and then print out the EXPECT GREAT THINGS “mantra” as my readers call it.  My Guardian Angel Theo says it acts like a MBO request but it allows your own GA to come up with things that you never thought to ask for.  I find that in saying it each day I have people calling me out of the blue to do business with us.  Give it a try!


Vicki writes:  My husband Jon and I have been using MBO’s daily now for about a year.  We have had some really positive results, some of which I have emailed you in the past and I read them in your newest book.  How cool is that!

We also use the “I expect great things” each day with good results too.  Recently, Jon took his car in for warranty service.  There was a starting problem that occurred twice but BMW could not reproduce and none of their computer tests indicated a fault.  They won’t typically repair something unless it shows up as a fault code on their system.  Jon thought of a new battery, he said it just popped in his head and he attributes that to the angels.  After some haggling with BMW they did replace the battery, so now we know the Angels are good at car repairs too.

Jon had another good result of the compression of time.  He was leaving the hospital in Houston.  He takes an hour long bus ride from MD Anderson in Houston to Hobby airport plus another twenty minutes for TSA.  He did not get out of his MRI and into the bus until 650pm.  He was trying to make an 8pm departure.  The compression of time worked so well he got to his flight and they had not even begun to board the aircraft.

Another recent MBO that had the Angels handiwork written all over it was when I was flying home from Tyler to Dallas.  My ride to the airport was delayed so at the last minute I was scrambling to find a new ride.  My new ride arrived a bit on the late side so I was in a dead run to get to my 6pm flight. I did arrive at 530pm and I was not checked in, flying standby and had a bag to check.  No one was at the ticket counter to help me.  I noticed a sign that said the counter closed at 530pm.  I went to the airline kiosk but it too rejected my check-in.  A woman from the TSA came up to help me and said she would find someone for me.  In about 15 minutes a guy came to the counter and he checked me in and my bag.  Without the Angel’s intervention I would never have made my flight.  There seems to be a pattern here for us with Angels and airports.


I subscribe to Google’s word service that informs you of the use of specific words.  They listed this blog by Mark Ament who writes on holistic healing and natural health. His Ebook “Nature’s 3 Most Powerful Remedies” is available for free back on his site:  This is reprinted with his permission.

Last week before I left the U.S. for the long journey across the Pacific to Bali, I stopped into a bookstore and picked up a copy of the magazine “Sedona Journal of Emergence” for the flight.    Thumbing through the pages, a small article near the back caught my attention.

It’s a compilation of stories from surprised, grateful and very happy readers who have been using the “most benevolent outcome” process to improve their lives.   The little tool comes from Tom T. Moore who investigates the phenomenon of angels.   He’s been using the process now for at least a couple of years and has seen it reduce stress and fear and make his life a lot easier.   And so have a lot of his readers.

Here’s a small example of how I used this tool the other day.

Back in Bali, I soon discovered, to my dismay but not my surprise, that the internet in my office was no longer working (even though the wireless router was working fine in other parts of the house).   My knee jerk natural reaction was to immediately go into “fixing” mode and try to get it repaired right way.   But “most benevolent outcomes” was fresh in my mind.  I decided to give it a try.   I stopped what I was doing and asked out loud:

“I’m not sure why the internet is not working and I request a most benevolent outcome for repairing the internet. Thanks!”

With that simple phrase, I noticed that I felt better and less stressed about the situation.  A little while later I decided to leave the office and go into town to take care of some other business. The on my way home I happened to pass my favorite computer store and found myself stopping the motorbike at the front door. I explained the situation to one of the technicians who then offered to come to my house and see if he could fix it himself. He said he’d be there in about 45 minutes.

Now, if you’ve never been to Bali, you probably don’t know about the concept of “rubber time.” It basically means that 45 minutes could be an hour or maybe even two or three and quite possibly never. Living here, you quickly learn to make sure you have other things to do when waiting for an appointment.

I was surprised when the tech pulled up in front of the house less than 45 minutes after we met in the store! We spent the next 1/2 hour together trying to get the net working. After eliminating everything else, he determined that it must be that the cable I had running to my office was bad. I agreed and he started packing his tool kit. As he was walking out to the door, I asked him how much I owed him and he said, “don’t worry about it.”

Heading back to the office, my first thought was to rush down to the computer store and buy 30 meters of outdoor cable this time (my office is detached from the house and the current cable runs through a jungle of plants). Instead I changed directions and went to the kitchen and had a drink. While I was drinking, I remembered that we had another long run of internet cable leftover from a previous company we had used. It was outdoor cable and since it wasn’t being used I decided to pull it off the house and possibly use it for the office.

I wrestled the cable off of the walls and out from under the roof tiles and about 20 minutes later I had it on the ground.   Stretching it toward the office I was sure I had my problem solved.   But the cable  came up too short.   Now,  I know myself and normally that would have upset me.    I was surprised when it didn’t.  I rolled the cable up and tossed it aside and then found myself observing the wireless router and looking for some other solution.   I noticed that it had an extra 10 meters of cable on it or so. I simply moved it closer to my office and see if the wireless would work. I did and “presto” I had internet again. The total cost to me was a little bit of sweat and labor and absolutely zero dollars.

A small example of a larger principle:

I know that it’s a pretty insignificant example, but restoring my internet and actually making it work better than before for no cost certainly was a “most benevolent outcome.” I think what grabbed my attention the most was how I behaved so differently than I might have normally – which most likely would have involved buying new cable and spending a few irritated hours running it.

Since then I’ve been requesting “most benevolent outcomes” (or MBOs) for lots of things in my life.   Not everything is coming out exactly how I had envisioned it beforehand, but it does seem that things are really working out for the best.   And the practical details of life are getting easier.   For me, just like Tom T. Moore, the tool is  reducing fear and stress and lightening things up a lot.   Thanks Tom and thanks all you guys out there working on this.

If this article resonates with you, I hope that you give most benevolent outcomes or your version of it a try.   There may just be someone out there just waiting for the chance to help!

Actually I’ve been requesting Most Benevolent Outcomes (MBO’s) for 14 years now, so I KNOW it works PERFECTLY! But it requires you to request them yourself for your own knowledge and experience.  I also write a monthly column for the Sedona Journal of Emergence.


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