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February 18, 2012

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 2-18-12




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).


I hope to send this blog out early next time, as I am scheduled for arthroscopic surgery February 24.  So please send in those MBO stories early—preferably in the next two or three days.  

Have you bought one of The Gentle Way books yourself yet?  If not, why not?  This should be on your 2012 Resolutions List.  Use one of those gift cards to treat yourself and make 2012 the best year ever!  On the old MBO forum one lady just 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.

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  Here 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.  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.   

If you like forum discussions, the one I have recommended has closed, with all the threads closing too.  I will try and have a couple of recommendations for you soon as to where most of the people who have been posting are headed.  

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 a couple of stories of my own.  My wife reserved a private room for our group at a local restaurant for the second Valentines Day in a row.  It’s decorated in red and is adjacent to the dance floor.  It has heavy glass doors so the live music is not too loud but we can at least hear it, as you cannot hear the music in the main dining room.  One of the couples had a death in the family and had to drive to Houston for the funeral, held on Valentines Day.  To complicate matters my wife called to confirm the room and was told it had been given to someone else at the last minute.

We arrived early, prepared to at least give the manager our opinion regarding the unfairness of giving our room away to someone else.  Naturally we requested a Most Benevolent Outcome and for the results to be even better than we can hope for or expect.  We went to the reception desk and the manager was there manning it.  We gave him our name and he immediately said our table in the red room was ready.  When pressed he said they knew we had been reserving the room in the past, and asked the other group if they would like to have the “black and white room,” and they did, so we had our room back!  The band was also late in starting, so we had plenty of time for great discussions with our friends—a nice MBO Valentines!


I had a scheduled interview Thursday on Skype with video, which I’ll hopefully post during the coming week.  When we began the interview, Remy, the lady interviewing me kept having to stop the interview and start over, as Skype kept freezing.  Finally she decided to download an upgraded version.  I decided it was time to request a Most Benevolent Outcome to have a problem free interview with the results even better than we could hope for or expect.  

When she called me back, we sailed through the interview with not one problem, and we both were able to concentrate on the interview to explain requesting MBO’s to her audience and for any of you who wish to watch it next week.  


Jackie writes:  For weeks my wife has had a knee problem where the swelling and pain just wouldn’t go away. Finally we reached a point where we needed a specialist fast or we’d go to the ER. I did an MBO because I knew how unrealistic it was to find an orthopedic surgeon on a Friday. I went down the list of options in the insurance and started calling. The first one wasn’t open. The second couldn’t see her until the next week at the absolute earliest. The third said come on down! They worked us in on a Friday afternoon, staying late without any glaring looks or resentment. The doctor was remarkably gentle, gave her a cortisone shot so she could start getting relief, showed her an exercise to start physical therapy, and even diagnosed her other knee with a partial tear. Not only did she learn her injured knee wasn’t torn, she learned what was really torn in her ‘bad’ knee! She’s been slowly improving and strengthening while we await the results from the MRI, just to be sure.  

This MBO result left us both so grateful! It renewed my hope.


Karen writes:  Regarding MBOs, I wake up each day and request the MBO for my day, often without being very specific.  You just never know the form such will take.  

Yesterday, I had clients scheduled for 4:30 and 5:30 pm and someplace to be by 7 pm.  Needless to say, I had forgot I needed to pick up my daughter at 6 pm–not after 6:30 pm.  Well, my 4:30 did not show and when I called him, he said he thought the time was 5 pm so we rescheduled; I contacted my 5:30 pm client who was enroute and could arrive early.  At this time it still had not dawned on me that I needed to leave the office about 5:50 pm to pickup my daughter on time.  At 5:45 pm as I was nearing completion of the session it finally dawned on me that I needed to leave the office in 5 minutes–without the no show I would have had to cut the session for this client short but as it turned out, she got a full session!  

I’m sure others have similar experiences in their daily lives but since you asked, thought I’d mention it anyway to acknowledge the angels who are always watching out for my good.  I’m thankful and grateful for the angels who are always watching out for me and helping to orchestrate my day to serve the highest good of all concerned!  


Teresa in Austin writes:  Twice I have been dreaming and something unwanted  was happening to me and I was lucid enough in the dream state to request a most benevolent outcome.  It happened last night, I dreamed I was losing my balance and falling a good distance  but said the MBO and never fell.  In fact, the dream shifted and I was in another dream with people that I remembered clearly in the dream but have never met in this lifetime.  I wonder if that was some sort of “bleed thru”
from one of the other time lines.  Anyway, I just wonder what happens when we request an MBO in the dream state?

I asked my Guardian Angel Theo about this during my “active” meditation as I call it.

Theo, what happens and why when people request MBO’s in the dream state?

Yes Tom.  Part of it is review and reinforcing the importance of requesting MBO’s.  Another part may be that you are teaching others either in a class or simply one-on-one teaching.  There are other people on earth that this person perhaps thinks about and wishes to explain what MBO’s are and how they can be beneficial to one’s life.


Nancy writes:  One evening after work, Tim was on the computer and I was reading nearby.   He suddenly expressed great frustration with the computer.  When I asked him what was wrong, he said that the “H” key was refusing to work.   So I promptly said an MBO for the key to work, and went back to reading.   A short time later, I looked over and Tim was working away.   I asked him if the “H” key was working, and he said yes.   I asked him when he was going to tell me that, and he looked surprised and said that he had just gotten right back to his work.   I laughed and told him that it wasn’t as though I didn’t know that it was working-all I had to do was to look at him!    

I have repeatedly said MBOs to get along better with my supervisor where I teach, and to increase my income.   My teaching hours were cut to 2/3 time this year from full time.   Recently, the 3rd grade teacher, who is fairly new, has had to request a leave of absence due to a number of health issues.   As one of the Faculty Association Co-Presidents, I have helped to get her authorized to use the Sick Leave Bank.   She is a single mother and this has been hard on her, so I have also said MBOs for her health too.    However, in the midst of all of this, I was also given her Remedial Teaching hours, and am now temporarily teaching about 6 hours above 3/4  time.   The temporary income has just started coming in, and it is a huge help!

Thanks for all that you have taught me, Tom!


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Have a Most Benevolent Week!

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