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May 2, 2015

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 5-2-15


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I just completed and submitted to my publisher my book tentatively titled ATLANTIS & LEMURIA—Their History.  It should be in stores by this coming fall.  

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

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:  Here is an example of a BP for everyone to say today:  “I ask any and all beings to aid and protect all those in harms way from the violence of terrorists or war, thank you!”


Last night I had a dream on being on a plane that was coming in for a landing and for some reason it could not land and then went into a tunnel.  I expected to hear the wings being ripped off and so I said (still in the dream), “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome!”  Theo (my GA) has told me that when we return to our bodies from dreaming many times it’s converted to being on a plane traveling back. 

But that reminded me that if you have a disturbing dream that you recall, you can request a MBO that if the dream pertains to anything in your waking life it will be a benevolent outcome even better than you can hope for or expect.  Many dreams are precognitive, so this is good practice for setting up your future to be less stressful if you do have a challenge coming in your life.  As Theo says, challenges can be like brick walls in your path, or by requesting MBOs you can turn them into large speed bumps.  Give it a try the next time you have a disturbing dream.  


Lee writes:  The area I live in has been in a rain deficit with rain to the north of us and rain to the south and relatively dry in the middle. Last night, once again, the weather map was showing very little rain in our area for the overnight. Before I went to bed I said an MBO for good, beneficial rain in our area. I woke up this morning to almost an inch of rain in the rain gauge and when the news showed the rain amounts for a three county area we had the most accumulation. I thank you, my grass thanks you, my flowers thank you and the aquifers thank you!


I’ll call her Jane in Oregon writes:  I look forward to reading the newsletters and to forward them to my friends.  I say MBO’s daily for traveling, safety, parking places and safety from other people’s emotions.

I sometimes get worried about my future income and I think some of it comes from my neighbor’s worries that I can feel (especially if the feelings come out of the blue).  I could not sleep and said multiple MBO’s and MB prayers so I would be protected from living on the street as I get older.  This made me feel better and I slept and forgot about it all.  The very next morning I was at my friend’s (she is 97) home and she told me there was an envelope for me from her daughter.  Inside was full of $20’s adding up to hundreds of dollars!  She was appreciative for my helping her mother!  I told my friend about the trouble I had sleeping because of money problems and I started to tear up.  I immediately thought of you and your MBO’s.


Andre’ writes:  This morning I briefly formulated an MBO for a productive work day and if possible a new PC to install. I sometimes get to do such tasks for colleagues.

Yet when I was done with two meetings after lunch this beauty (a new computer) was waiting on my desk! And it isn’t for a colleague, but ALL MINE!!!

I won’t comment on the types of machines involved (my old HP vs. a new Dell), but they hold syncs as well.


Raymond in Arlington Texas writes:  Thanks for your blog.  I look forward to each new issue and I have enjoyed reading the old ones.  I am not sure if this will qualify for an MBO  entry, but I will share the only experience I can reply that is similarly related.

Several years ago I bought my first house. I was trying really hard to do everything right and stay within my budget in spite of all the new expenses of setting up a new home.  Deposits, curtains, cupboard full of groceries, bushes and flowers for the yard etc.

I had a budget and a savings program that I was proud to have not deviated from. But one month, I had more month than money.  I had about 4 days left in the month, but I had 20 dollars in my wallet and half a tank of gas.  You know you are talking to a man who is budget minded when he includes the gas in his car as an asset.  I had plenty of money in my savings account, I just did not want to dip into it because I had not done that for 2 or 3 years.

I went to bed at night for 2 or 3 nights and prayed for others and good health.  And at the end I asked God for a little more money to help carry me through the month, or at least circumstances to help me out.  I told him if a plane flew over my house and dropped a bag full of cash that would be okay with me……

The next day, I had to eat breakfast at Burger King because of circumstances.  I cringed having to break that twenty dollar bill. I was walking through the parking lot and I thought I was lucky because I saw a dollar bill on the ground.  It was in the middle of the parking lot and in full view of everyone. I reached down to pick it up and noticed it was folded over. I unfolded it and thought I was lucky because I saw a zero and realized it was a ten dollar bill.  I realized it was folded twice, continued to unfold it and saw it was a hundred dollars !  Yeah, me!

I was grinning like the Cheshire cat.  A hundred dollars is a lot of money.  I looked around and did not see anyone else in the parking lot.  I went inside BK and ordered my breakfast.  I told myself that if I saw anyone run inside and look anxious I would ask about the money and potentially return it..  But I did not see anyone, so I kept the money.  My breakfast tasted much better after that and everything ended well.

Fast forward about four years.  I went to the drive thru of a bank to use the ATM machine on a Saturday morning.  They had a concrete pole in front of the machine so you don’t hit the machine.  This is a common site.  What was uncommon is that the wind was blowing about 60 mph that morning.  I had to lean my entire body out of the car to use the machine.  The pole put extra distance between us. It was quite a physical feat to use this machine. The machine finally dispensed the money and when I grabbed it (5x $20), the wind gusted and blew the money out of my hand–all of it–all one hundred dollars.

I sat there for a couple of seconds, stunned at what happened and watched it blow across the vacant parking lot.  I was stunned at how far and how fast it was getting away from me.  Dollar bills travel fast and far in a wind storm.  I was impressed with Mother Nature that morning. The money was blowing in 5 different directions.  I pulled away from the ATM machine and began to strategize how I was going to recover my lost personal fortune.  

All of a sudden a minivan pulled over like it was driven by a woman who just discovered coupons, Black Friday Discounts and had recently graduated from a NASCAR certified driving course.  She pulled that minivan off the main road and handled it well enough to make any F1 driver proud. A door swung open and her 2 minions ran out like the house was on fire.

I saw a girl of about 10 and her little  brother  was about 6 or 7.  The girl scooped up 3 of my Ben Franklins and the little brother got the remaining two.  They ran back to the van with the money held high in their hands like it was a trophy, like they were holding a large mouth bass at a fishing tournament.  They could not have been more proud. You would have been impressed to have seen how fast they negotiated the course. These kids were not raised on computer games.  They were athletes.  I had a brief glimpse at Mom and she was smiling and laughing.   The door slammed shut and they returned to their daily lives–a bit happier and richer at my expense.

But I honestly did not mind.  It was funny to watch those kids run across the parking lot with their new found wealth.  The joy on their faces was worth every penny.

Then I thought about the hundred I found a few years earlier. I decided it was a break even situation and figured the money I found earlier was a loan and not a gift.  I concluded that the money I found was supposed to end up in those kids’ hands after all.  Maybe it was God’s way of paying it forward that is so popular today–for the Most Benevolent Outcome!


Lee writes:  Went to get new glasses and sunglasses yesterday. I said an MBO for the perfect pair and at a price far better than I could hope for or expect and also for a nice experience while I was there. The two pairs of glasses, with several upgrades, cost only a little more than the one pair I got last year and I had such a wonderful time with the two technicians! We talked about essential oils, herbs, natural cleaning options, natural remedies, MBO’s, and recipes. Never had so much fun buying glasses!


BlogIf 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 nothing 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 AudienceI be your FRIEND ON FACEBOOK yet?  Please do so.  I do give extra information there.  I also post on TWITTER.

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

Have a Most Benevolent Week!


Tom T. Moore

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