TOOLS FOR ABUNDANCE
TOM T. MOORE
There are tools that you can use for having abundance in your life
that you might not be aware of. They include: astrology, recording
dreams, meditating, requesting Benevolent Outcomes, and expecting great
things. Here’s how I’ve utilized them.
When I was 17, I decided I wanted to be worth one million U.S. dollars
by the time I was thirty. My Dad didn’t have very much money,
and I had to work in a supermarket my last two years in high school
just to pay for my first year of college. Even with a small band scholarship
I had to live illegally in the dormitory the first year. I earned money
in college washing dishes, selling men’s clothes, and as an apprentice
electrician. My major was Finance, as I thought that would surely help
me achieve my goal.
Besides working, I chose as my extra curricular activities being on
the Entertainment Committee, Dance Committee, and The All University
Trip Committee. Little did I know those interests would turn into my
two major careers.
My first career took off after I returned to Dallas following my Army
discharge (which helped pay my college tuition the last two years)
in the late 1960’s. I took various jobs—selling insurance,
pots and pans, knives and keys, townhouses, and newspaper advertising
to pay bills as I started a tour company—a singles snow ski club.
This eventually grew to over 1,400 people, but while still in its growth
stages I picked up the local newspaper one day and read a story about
a local astrologer that was predicting the Dallas Cowboys football
team would not go to the Superbowl that year, and he gave 10 reasons
or so why they wouldn’t. But he did say they would go the following
year. I had never read anything like that, so I tore the page out and
put it in a desk drawer.
At the end of the football season I took the page out of my drawer,
and he had been correct on approximately 80% of the reasons why they
didn’t win enough games for the championship. I didn’t
know how he was able to do that, as all I had read were the daily predictions
that most newspapers print. So one year in advance, I reserved 300
airline seats from Dallas to Miami, Florida, site of the next Superbowl.
I also started learning more about astrology and started having my
ski club parties on days with beneficial aspects. This became my first
tool for abundance. The parties were greatly successful, the ski club
grew and I had many more people on the ski trips. Then the following
January the Dallas Cowboys did go to the Superbowl for the first time,
and I was the first tour operator in Dallas to ever run a trip to the
Superbowl. I made quite a bit of money—enough to purchase our
first duplex—and start a travel agency to handle our many ski
trips. The travel agency expanded into Las Vegas and Cayman Island
trips, and my company evolved into a wholesale and eventually international
wholesale tour company. We ultimately sold the company to a conglomerate
In 1979 I started recording my dreams on a daily basis. After only
a couple of weeks I had a vivid dream of an explosion and a woman and
some men involved. It was so vivid that my wife and I changed the itinerary
of a trip we had planned to Manila for a world conference of travel
agents and added extra days to Taiwan and Hong Kong.
The first day of the conference terrorists exploded a bomb in the
front of the hall where I normally like to sit. They arrested a woman
from the Philippine trade office in Los Angeles and four men. After
that I’ve recorded my dreams every single morning, keeping a
dream journal, flashlight, and a dreamer’s dictionary handy.
I’ve had many precognitive dreams since then, many about my business--
another tool for abundance.
After selling our tour company, I began licensing films and TV programs
internationally. The business grew and I thought that was the only
thing I would be doing until retirement. But then I read an article
in a magazine where Robert Shapiro channeled that you could request
benevolent events to happen in your life; I decided to try it out and
it worked PERFECTLY! From small things like requesting a Benevolent
Outcome for a parking space to really big things in my business. I
would simply say, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome (to or
for)…., thank you!” and it was magical what would happen.
But I seemed to be the only one out there doing this and it made we
Eventually, during a Dick Sutphen seminar in Sedona, Arizona, we were
put into an altered state, I contacted a Shaman living in the 1600’s
and he told me I had been a Shaman then, and that I had reincarnated
in the 20th century to “reintroduce” people to THE GENTLE
WAY. This became the title of the book he said I was supposed to write.
Was I surprised! But I did write it and found a publisher. And I continued
my “active” meditations as I call them where I constantly
ask questions about the world and my life—a great tool to use!
The last tool I’ll mention I just discovered recently. Each
morning I say, “I’m EXPECTING great things today, great
things tomorrow, and great things all this week, thank you!” I’m
told in my “active” meditations that this opens the door
for your own Guardian Angel to be creative in assisting you. You’ll
be amazed at the results you’ll have by saying this each day.
So you have many tools to assist you in this life. You can stay on
that dusty, rocky road, or try a different path and explore! Have a
About the Author
Tom Moore is an entertainment industry CEO, who distributes motion
pictures and TV programs internationally. His book, The Gentle
Way: A Self-Help Guide For Those Who Believe in Angels (ISBN #
1-891824-60-0, Light Technology) gives many more suggestions for
Benevolent Outcomes. Visit his website at www.TheGentleWayBook.com.