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January 8, 2022

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 1-8-22

INCLUDED IN THIS BLOG
• MBO FOR BACK PAIN
• MBO FOR ACCIDENT AT WALMART
• MBOs OR BPs FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT?
• MBOs FOR LOST LOVE

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 http://www.thegentlewaybook.com/index.htm

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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: http://www.thegentlewaybook.com/signs.htm. Here is an example of a BP for everyone to say today: “I ask any and all beings to aid and assist in bringing peace to the world, thank you!”

MBO FOR BACK PAIN

Aravind in Australia writes: This may sound bizarre:

For about two months, I had a constant painful backache whenever I go to bed or do normal work activities. The pain would come and go. I went to doctors and physiotherapists to relieve it but it kept getting worse and worse. Exercises didn’t really resolve the problem.

I was about to book to see the chiropractor when I thought of saying the MBO three days back.

The MBO went along the lines: ‘I request to be free from my spinal pain and may the results be better than I hope for or expect.’

On 29th Dec night I said the MBO and went to bed with the usual excruciating pain. When I woke up the next day there was no pain. I’m not sure if the pain would come again but I think it is what it is now. A good relief!

MBO FOR ACCIDENT AT WALMART

Linda writes: I have practiced The Gentle Way and followed you for many years. I routinely request benevolent outcomes.

Recently, I had a fender bender collision in the Walmart parking lot. I was hit by a 92 year old friend. She said she thought she ran over a log. We called the police for an accident report. The police came. They agreed that she hit me, but when the accident report came back it did not assign blame, because Walmart is considered private property. I notified my insurance carrier who agreed to wait until I talked with the other person’s carrier. They refused payment because I was coming across the parking lot and she was heading down the isle. The adjuster asked questions that did not allow for the fact that I had stopped in the lot to look for a space.

There was nobody on either side of my vehicle when she grazed my fender. I called him back immediately to tell him this, but his line was busy so I left a message. I struggled with this for several days, actually losing sleep over it. All the time I was requesting most benevolent outcomes for the highest good of all concerned. I worried that because of her age, her children might not allow her to drive anymore. I worried that my insurance would go up if I filed with them. I decided to pay for the damages myself and later try to prove my claim in small claims court if necessary to get her insurance to pay. I talked to the local body shop and he quoted me a figure which I understood to be nearly $9000. I decided to just do it. My insurance deductible by my choice was $1000. I told him to fix the car.

When the car was fixed, they delivered it to me and handed me the bill. It was for less than $900, not $9000! This was less than my deductible! I knew right then that this really was for the highest good of all concerned. My friend would not lose her driving privileges. I could easily pay for my part. I would not put any more energy into this by taking the insurance company to small claims court. Once this was settled in my mind, I began to sleep well again. I consider this to be my biggest example of Most Benevolent Outcomes to date.

MBOs OR BPs FOR MEDICAL TREATMENT?

Deb in Lakeland Minnesota writes: Every day I’ve been saying MBOs for Sandy for her fluid sessions to be successful, etc. Most days they work perfectly, but some days they don’t. Then I wonder if I need to be saying BPs instead? (She needs to have fluid infused almost every day for her kidney disease.)

Is it normal for MBOs or BPs to not work all the time? Do I need to say BPs instead?

On a different topic, I just got your pet book today and I’m so excited to read it. Thanks for all you do.

MBOs are specifically for you. Benevolent Prayers or BPs are for others. Therefore, form it as a BP. You could say out loud, “I ask any and all beings to aid comfort and assist Sandy for her fluid sessions to work even better than we can hope for or expect, thank you!”

MBOs FOR LOST LOVE

Susan writes: I request MBOs for lots of things, big and small, especially when I misplace objects that I need to find or for when I want difficult situations to have the very best outcomes. Without fail, every one of my MBOs has worked out except for one notable one: Nearly two years ago, the man with whom I was involved for 18 years broke up with me out of a simmering resentment and then moved a disabled woman that he hadn’t seen in 45 years, who lived out of state, into his house as his new romantic partner!

Ironically, his time with this woman hasn’t been especially happy, as she is controlling and manipulative, and she has persuaded him to pretty much cut all ties to me. Then she goes on his Facebook wall and brags about how she has him all to herself. It’s cruel, to say the least. I hear from mutual friends how he is doing, and it doesn’t sound like he’s happy. Yet he stays with her. He even has admitted to me that he’s in a pickle.

This unfathomable situation has left me greatly depressed and I frequently request an MBO that he come to his senses and return to me. My heart tells me he’ll be back, but two years later, I see no sign of that happening. Of all the MBOs I’ve ever wanted, this is THE ONE I most want to happen! I would gladly trade in every MBO I ever requested to have this one granted. What are your thoughts on this? Why is this MBO denied me? Is all lost? I am 61 years old and feel like I can’t get beyond this at this late stage of the game. Your insight and wisdom are greatly appreciated. Heartbroken in Long Island.

Here we get into past lives. In a past life, you could have abandoned him (or her) for someone else, so this is balancing. I suggest you request two MBOs. The first one would be: “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome to sever all energy cords no longer in my best interests, thank you!” Then I would say this MBO out loud too: “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for the PERFECT man for me, thank you!” If it is him, he will return, and if that’s not him, he will fade away, opening the door for someone to come that will love you. Be brave.

SPECIAL NOTES AND REMINDERS:

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