The Gentle Way Book

The Gentle Way Book



Tom T. Moore


Hi everyone! I’m sending this newsletter out early, as I’m headed for Sedona, Arizona and the Kryon Summer Conference. I’ll be signing books there so come say hello if you're attending.


My daughter was married last Saturday, and anyone who’s gone through this experience knows how stressful it can be. So here are some Benevolent Outcomes that happened by requesting them.

First was my wife’s search for a dress for the ceremony. As Dena and I work together in our business, this means we had to take off from work to look for one. Both she and I requested a Benevolent Outcome for quickly finding the PERFECT dress for her and that it would be better than we hoped or expected. In Dallas there’s a store with all sorts of beautiful gowns and dresses for all occasions called Terry Costa. She’s the ex-wife of Victor Costa, the designer. When we arrived we went directly to the sales section, as we didn’t feel the dress would be worn again for some time (if ever). We found a beautiful dress that was originally offered at around $300 that was on sale for $120. Then the sales lady, to our surprise, took off 50% to drop it to $60! It still needed altering, but so would have all the other dresses.

My son and I were to pick up our tuxes this past Thursday. Naturally I requested a MBO for the drive there and that the tuxes would fit properly. They did and we left to return a bad laser printer to the Fry’s Electronic store--about an 8 minute drive back to the north. As we were walking into the store my daughter called and said the store had called and said I left my tux shirt on the chair there. I was surprised, but sent my son in to get the printer while I drove back to the store, wondering why I didn’t get a Benevolent Outcome. When I arrived, the owner said that our handkerchiefs had “just arrived.” I’m quite sure he forgot to give them to us, so that was a good MBO that I had to return! When I arrived back at Fry’s they still hadn’t found the one printer, which was the only new one left on sale. Both my son and I requested MBO’s; finally after another 30 minutes they found the printer behind several other boxes of printers.

My wife went out searching for a rehearsal dinner dress (after requesting a Benevolent Outcome) and immediately found one on sale for $22—and it looks great!

I thought I lost my reading glasses and prescription quality sunglasses in the hotel. I requested a Benevolent Outcome that we would locate them, and my wife found them in a suitcase pocket that I was sure I had searched three times. What a relief!


Ellen writes: On Mother's Day here in Canada our church provided the gift of bedding plants donated by a local nursery. They looked pretty worn, but I picked a 4 pack of pansies. I asked for a benevolent outcome when I planted them in poor weather. They are doing beautiful; fresh and healthy.

That was the second time I asked. The first time was amazing. Medical here is free but the waiting for an appointment except for an emergency is long! I had been trying since April to get an appointment for a check up in May and then in June when that didn't work out. Finally on Friday, 3 weeks ago, I had just ready your article and asked for the doctor’s office to call that they found an appointment for me in June. 90 minutes later, the receptionist called that my appointment was for June 11th. That made a believer out of me.

As I responded back to Ellen, be sure to request Benevolent Outcomes for everything in your daily life, so you won’t forget to request a MBO when you really need one. This is a habit that must be formed, or you’ll eventually forget and go back to just being the ping-pong ball bouncing back and forth from hit after hit.


Harry writes: I was scheduled to drive my Step-Dad from Mt. Pleasant, TX, to Tyler on Tuesday May 6th for Eye Surgery. On Monday, May 5, I drove to Red Oak, TX to the Shooting Star Ranch and Retreat to take pictures of a site location for a Labyrinth our group wishes to build. I also took all my massage equipment so I could give the owner of the retreat a massage.

I asked for an MBO for the trip, and when I got there and stopped to open the Horse gate to let myself in, my car transmission only buzzed when I put it in drive to move through the gate. I tried several times with the same loud buzzing. Then I pulled the gearshift to the low gear and the car moved forward slowly through the gate. I stopped, got out and closed the gate, and continued on to the house in low gear.

As the lady came out to see who was there, I told her what had happened. Then I said..."And I asked for a Most Benevolent Outcome for this trip today!"

To make a long story shorter, I had a tow truck come and take the car to the transmission garage in Garland near where I live, and made arrangements with my son to come pick me up that afternoon with all my massage equipment.

When I got back home later that afternoon, I contacted my Step-Dad to let him know what had happened, and to see what time I had to be there the next morning to make it to his appointment on time. His appointment was at 7:45 AM--which meant I would have to leave my home at 4:00am to get to Mt Pleasant by 6:00am so we could leave at 6:15 for Tyler.
Then it hit me--Here was my MBO!!!!!!!

If I had not traveled to Red Oak that morning, and just stayed home, and then left for Mt Pleasant the next morning, there is a good chance that my transmission would have "died" somewhere between Greenville and Sulphur Springs in IH 30 around 4:30 am in the middle of nowhere. Then I would have been in a panic to contact my Step-Dad that early in the morning and have him find someone else on such a short notice to take him to Tyler, and then wait till daylight to get my car problem corrected.

As it was morning, no panic mode set in; and emergency procedures were handled expeditiously. I had the car in the shop by noon, and didn't get it back till Friday. And my younger sister took the day off and carried our Step-Dad to Tyler in my place.

Sometimes MBO's are blessings disguised as difficult problems, but they are indeed blessings because they avert other more difficult situations!

I couldn’t have said it better myself, Harry!


Theo, Was the music simple or did they also have complex orchestrations?

Both. Again they had developed to a point where they had orchestras, as it is but a step from small groups to those groups joining together to make a variety of musical arrangements.

How tall were the tallest buildings?

No more than 10 to 12 stories in height, Tom. There were not so many people per square mile as there are today, so there was not the need to build up vertically.

Did they have elevators?

Quite so.

Did the Atlantians have dogs and cats?

Yes they had pets—dogs and cats as you have now. They have always been with you since the start of time.

Did they have more exotic pets too?

Not so much for the common people. Keep in mind that the “things” as they called them sort of went under the category of pets—they did not look upon them as humans, but would grow attached to them. This especially came true after the things were ensouled. Then there was movement to correct these genetic failures if you will.

Did the Atlantians correct the genetic failures of the “things” by DNA manipulations?

Yes, most certainly. They were advanced enough by that time to correct these problems in that manner. They are or were still ahead of you in this department, but you are quickly catching up.

Did they have motion pictures?

Yes, in a slightly different form Tom, but the presentation looked about the same.

In Atlantis was I ever in the movie or entertainment industry in any form?

Most definitely. That’s another reason why you were chosen and volunteered for this life, as you had the prior experience.

What did I do?

Yes you would be more of what would be termed today a producer and director. It was close to what they do now, but slightly different. You also were an actor in one life, so you see you had a well-rounded understanding of the business.

Did the dress on Atlantis mostly stay with tunics or robes, as we might call them, or did the dress evolve into more modern types of clothing as we have today?

Good question Tom. Yes, the people of Atlantis did evolve from primitive loincloths and such through the stages of robes and tunics to more modern wear—at least their concept of modernity. The priests and such did continue to wear these fine robes and such in all their public appearances, but the population itself wore clothing more appropriate for work. Loose fitting shirts and slacks for men and yes, dresses for women. Many of the styles that have been present in your more modern times first appeared during the days of Atlantis, and the designers of today—some of them at least—spent one or more lives in Atlantis.

What about ground and air vehicles? Did they have the equivalent of our cars and trucks in their more modern era?

Yes certainly—and with different power trains than you have now, as they used crystals to power everything back then. And of course they were more involved in magnetics, yes, than today. It was a combination. So yes there were ground vehicles both for the public transport and private transport, although certainly not as many as you have today.

How early did the airships come into use in Atlantis?

Very early. Certainly 50,000 years ago but more like 60,000. After all, you developed flying within the last two thousand years, so it’s not too large a stretch to understand that these people did the same.

What about the size of the aircraft?

Similar in size to the ones today. Different shapes of course, but the capacities were about the same along with a variety of sizes.

Yes. Were the power supplies internal or external for the airships and such in Atlantis?

Yes, they were external, receiving their power from central sources as if they were locked in on a signal. Very hard to explain in your today terms, but these rays of energy were sent out and the ships tapped into these energies.

You mentioned that the Atlantian aircraft were not the same shape as those today. Were they blimp shaped, half-moon, saucer, globe, or what sort of shape?

Good question Tom. They were more saucer shaped, but able to carry a fairly large number of people inside the craft.

Were the Atlantians visited by extra-terrestrials?

Certainly—many times. That was the major reason the Atlantians adopted the saucer shape for their aircraft. They were copying what they had seen in the skies.

Did the Atlantians ever achieve space travel themselves?

No, not in the way you mean—more like sub-orbital, as they had to rely on those external power sources, which had their limits.

So was the contact with the extra-terrestrials major, or did the extra-terrestrials look on these people knowing that they would destroy themselves so they kept a distance?

Good question, Tom. They did keep a certain distance, as these people were in a process of breaking up their continent with these destructive rays, when used against each other; the extra terrestrials wanted to have nothing to do with the situation after they saw it was hopeless.


There will be no new videos this week, due to our trip to Sedona. If you haven’t viewed the three on the website now, check the out. The latest one I posted is TOOLS FOR ABUNDANCE, Part 1. This one covers EXPECTING GREAT THINGS and COMPRESSING TIME. I’ve already had some nice feedback on that one. I’m also posting them on Youtube.

You can also find the new article that I wrote for several regional and international magazines by the same title under Articles and News. You won’t see this article for 6 weeks to 6 months in the publications.


On Monday, June 16, at 6:00 pm PDT on , and then again on Tuesday, June 17, at 3:00 pm PDT, 4:00 pm, MDT, 5:00 pm CDT and 6:00 pm EDT on I’ll be on Rev. Therese Inzerillo’s INTUITIVE LIVING show. It will be archived on both websites after the broadcast dates. Rev. Therese requests Benevolent Outcomes in her life so we should have a good time.

On Wednesday, June 18, at 11:00 am PDT, 12:00 pm MDT, 1:00 pm CDT, and 2:00 pm EDT on , I’ll be the guest of Dick Sutphen on his METAPHYSICAL WORLD OF DICK SUTPHEN. I was a guest of Richard’s last year and had a fun time. I’ve known him forever and as you’ve read before I highly recommend his meditation CD’s, as I consider him the best hypnotist I’ve ever found. Our topic of discussion will be TOOLS FOR ABUNDANCE. He will archive the show shortly afterwards, so you should be able to access it at any time after 24 hours, in case your schedule does not allow you to listen to the live program.

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This was sent to me by a subscriber whose name I lost. My apologies!

This is something to think about when negative people are doing their best to rain on your parade. So remember this story the next time someone who knows nothing, and cares less, tries to make your life miserable.
A woman was at her hairdresser's getting her hair styled for a trip to Rome with her husband. She mentioned the trip to the hairdresser, who responded:
' Rome ? Why would anyone want to go there? It's crowded and dirty. You're crazy to go to Rome . So, how are you getting there?'
'We're taking Continental,' was the reply. 'We got a great rate!'
“Continental?' exclaimed the hairdresser. ' That's a terrible airline. Their planes are old, their flight attendants are ugly, and they're always late.
So, where are you staying in Rome?'
'We'll be at this exclusive little place over on Rome's Tiber River called 'Teste.'
'Don't go any further. I know that place. Everybody thinks it’s gonna be something special and exclusive, but it's really a Dump, the worst hotel in the city! The rooms are small, the service is surly, and they're overpriced.
So, whatcha' doing when you get there?'
'We're going to go to see the Vatican and we hope to see the Pope.'
'That's rich,' laughed the hairdresser. 'You and a million other people trying to see him. He'll look the size of an ant. Boy, good luck on this lousy trip of yours. You're going to need it.'
A month later, the woman again came in for a hairdo. The hairdresser asked her about her trip to Rome.
'It was wonderful,' explained the woman, 'not only were we on time in one of Continental's brand new planes, but it was overbooked, and they bumped us up to first class. The food and wine were wonderful, and I had a handsome 28-year-old steward who waited on me hand and foot.
‘And the hotel was great! They'd just finished a $5 million remodeling job, and now it's a jewel, the finest hotel in the city. They, too, were overbooked, so they apologized and gave us their owner's suite at no extra charge!'
'Well,' muttered the hairdresser, 'that's all well and good, but I know you didn't get to see the Pope.'
'Actually, we were quite lucky, because as we toured the Vatican, a Swiss Guard tapped me on the shoulder, and explained that the Pope likes to meet some of the visitors, and if I'd be so kind as to step into his private room and wait, the Pope would personally greet me. Sure enough, five minutes later, the Pope walked through the door and shook my hand! I knelt down and he spoke a few words to me.'
'Oh, really! What'd he say ?'
He said: 'Where'd you get the lousy Hairdo?

See what requesting Benevolent Outcomes can do? I’ve had many great similar things happen to me on my travels. Read TRAVELING WITH YOUR GUARDIAN ANGEL in the Articles and News section on the website, If you enjoyed this newsletter, forward it to your friends. It's going around the world.

Have a Most Benevolent Week!

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