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November 30, 2013

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 11-30-13

·    MBO FOR JOB  




Welcome to the 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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Master Your Life on  This book contains all my columns from The Sedona Journal of Emergence for the past three years, separated into chapters such as Travel, Home Repairs, Career and Work, Relationships, and Weather & Natural Disasters.  Many of YOUR stories are in this book.  It’s very inspiring.  352 pages!

Please email me your MBO stories to show others how to use this simple tool to TomTMoore6(at)  Now for some inspiring stories.  


When I attend a movie, I like to sit in the very middle seat on the row that is even with the middle of the screen.  So each time we attend the movie, before I get in the car for the drive, I request a Most Benevolent Outcome (MBO) for the drive to the theatre and for PERFECT seats for us.  

I was reminded of this yesterday when we went to a movie.  Of course, this was part of the Thanksgiving Holidays, and most of the theatres were jam-packed, but this movie had been on for a while and I thought it would not be crowded at all, so we left a little later than we would have for a first-run film.  I did not take into account that this was the first showing of the day (at 2 pm), and would be the lowest price of the day for the film.  When we walked into the theatre, two people were in my middle seats, so we had to sit three seats over, leaving one seat between the lady and me.  

The MBO was that the theatre filled completely to the point people were sitting on the first row, and I personally saw five people leave the theatre to ask for a refund or to see another movie.  The lady even had to move over one seat to make room for a family on the other side.  So a really nice result considering my mistake.  


Dan in Calgary writes:  I’ve been having some home renovations done. Today I had the painter come in and finish up the staining of the baseboards. He went right to work in the unfinished basement to do the staining, then after about an hour he was finished and had to leave for another job. Unfortunately, he had misplaced his keys and spent about 15 minutes looking for them. He was starting to get stressed, as he was late for his next job.

I went downstairs and looked in the one place he laid down his coat, but nothing there. Then I asked for a MBO to find his keys quickly and easily. Amidst all of the mess and stacks of stuff everywhere, I literally then glanced down to a pile of books and they were sitting right there. He was stunned I found them, I on the other hand, was thankful.


Nancy writes:  Hi Tom.  Here’s an MBO from a year ago if you’d like to share it … I addressed my Christmas cards last year and placed stamps on the envelopes. I ran out of stamps with about 15 envelopes left to finish. I placed the stack of envelopes on the counter to take them to the post office and get the additional stamps I needed. My mom (who lives with us) decided to help me out and took them herself but did not notice there were still some without postage stamps.

When I found out that Mom dropped them at the post office I quickly said an MBO ‘I request a most benevolent outcome for the Christmas cards that we sent out without stamps to arrive at their destinations without them being returned to me first and that the outcome is better than I hope for or expect.’ I was a little doubtful but they were delivered to their destinations without the stamps. Except for one, which I had sent out of state. I love my MBOs! Thank you for all you do, Tom!!


Nina writes:  I have tons of MBOs on an almost daily basis.  Just the other day, I was running late from a premiere in Hollywood to a Jaguar car-unveiling event in Playa Vista at 6 pm full rush hour. The PR people were nice to me and gave me a prime spot in the front row on the carpet, third spot in; all other photographers were in place and they would not move a couple inches to the side to let me fit into my position – no worries I thought, I am meant to get lucky when they are nasty to me, so I stood in a second row, where I could see who is coming in and then photograph them as they approach.  

Hard to get pictures over tall guys on the carpet however.  It took very little time for Simon Cowell to arrive; as I saw him walking up I noticed he had a lady with him.  Great, started shooting and noticed that the lady was not pregnant (but his new girlfriend is pregnant).  He came with his ex girlfriend (naughty man) to this party and another ex of his was already there (she works for EXTRA TV and interviews him often) – so thanks to the mean guys I got a lucky break.  And not worrying about it helped as after many good MBOs I learned, that when there is a so-called roadblock, there is a good reason for the better!


Paul writes:  I love your newsletter. It is always full of new and amazing information.
I use MBOs frequently. They have really saved my bacon in work situations, especially when I may have forgotten to do something important or perhaps am expecting a difficult conversation. The dire consequences I feared never come about due to my MBOs.

There are so many times you can use MBOs at work we can’t cover them all here.  You’ll find many stories in my new book THE GENTLE WAY III:  Master Your Life.  You can request MBOs for meetings, for a good day at work, and if you are on commission, for great sales.  You’ll see the largest sales walk through the door just as it’s your turn to take the next customer.  


Lee writes:  Thanksgiving. A day with a multitude of personalities coming together under one roof! Said an MBO for a peaceful day as we were having a very mixed crew for dinner and more for dessert. All went well and someone even brought their dog and all of the dogs got along very nicely. My one very skittish little poodle even let someone pick her up and cuddle her and she is not a cuddler!  So the food was delicious, the company was delightful and the day ran smoothly. Thank you and a Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!


Monica writes:  I’ve had lot’s of MBOs Tom! I’ve been sharing MBOs with family and friends, and those family and friends are sharing with others.  Soon MBOs will take over Humanity and the world will be a better place. Thank you Tom for all you’ve done.


Sherry-Ann writes:  This week I will put MBO’s to the test. The job with the City and County didn’t work out. Neither did another job after that. For the next 7 days I will commit to using MBO’s and BO’s for everything that I need. I will keep track, and let you know the results by next week Friday. In other words, I’m going to either pee or get off the pot. I know that they work but I will really work it. Thank you!

Sherry-Ann, sometimes a job like those two are just interim jobs to prepare you for a great job.  When I was starting my first business (at that time I didn’t know about MBOs) I would just take any job to pay the bills, and the companies were happy to have a college graduate in a job that did not require one.  But I learned lots of things in those jobs, so it helped me in my small startup.  

There may be another interim job before the really good one.  Just also keep in mind businesses do not like to hire people just before Christmas, unless they’re desperate, as they have to pay you for holidays, so many businesses hold off until after January 1.  Just request a Most Benevolent Outcome for the PERFECT job for you!


FacebookIf you are new to requesting Most Benevolent Outcomes (MBO’s) and asking for Benevolent Prayers (BP’s) for other people, you may also wish to SIGN UP FOR MY WEEKLY BLOG, which has On Airnothing but GREAT MBO stories from all over the world.  I typically post this one day after the newsletter goes out.   And have you requested that I be your FRIEND ON FACEBOOK yet?  Please do so.  I do give extra information there.  I also post on TWITTER. 

If you know of Expos or groups looking for FEATURED SPEAKERS, let me know, or have them contact me.   And if you listen to any good TALK RADIO SHOWS that you have not heard me on yet, let me know about them. 


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Keep sending those success stories in, as they inspire others to live THE GENTLE WAY!

Have a Most Benevolent Week!

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