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August 17, 2013

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 8-17-13




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).   


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


Dan in Calgary writes:  Hi Tom, just got back from doing a 3500 Kilometer round trip motorcycle run to Sturgis with a buddy. I did my MBOs well before leaving, covering everything from weather to food to accommodations to safety….well, everything!  In a nutshell, everything went perfectly! We had amazing weather (just a few minutes of rain on our first day out, but we ducked under an overpass!). Mechanically, we had no problems at all and never got into any accidents, or felt unsafe at any point. We met many interesting ‘characters’, saw amazing motorcycles and had a wonderful time taking in the sights, sounds and smells of the 73rd annual event.

I guess I did have 3 specific MBOs for me, one in relation to me doing a room booking at a ‘full’ motel and how the desk clerk ‘found’ us our rooms. Also, when my buddy thought we should press on into a cloudy horizon and I convinced him to get a motel room, it was amusing to see it rain 5 minutes later, while we were unpacking our gear in the room. And, as we were leaving, I decided to put my helmet on that had a visor, while my buddy did not. Minutes later, it began to sprinkle a bit and he pulled over to do the same, remarking that I must have had a premonition or something……thank-you times 3 to my GA for a safe and wonderful trip!


She asked me to call her Beth writes:   I have two MBOs.

MBO#1  I’ve been entering photography contests for several years. I’ve won several 2nds and 3rds, but never a 1st. Recently, I entered a bird image that I thought was very good.  I asked for an MBO for a 1st place, and even better than I expected. Well, not only did I win that 1st in tough competition, I scored the highest points I’ve ever made in any contest. Plus I won 3rd highest score overall. And I won a 3rd place in another category. Wow what a day! I said lots of Thank Yous for that experience!

 MBO#2  I have a friend who rescues kittens, and sometimes tiny ones are dropped off at her door. She has this little 3-week old that was doing well until he began eating a little dry kibble. He became very constipated and listless. She had taken him to the vet and back home. But he still could not pass the dry fecal matter. He was very red and swollen, and in a lot of pain. She was afraid she would lose him.  I said a Benevolent Prayer that he would be OK.  Next morning, she emailed me that he had indeed gotten rid of his huge “load” and was feeling great like nothing had ever been wrong. A day or so later, he started feeling poorly again, even though he was now on canned food. I said another Benevolent Prayer, and he recovered once more! He’s is now doing fine and almost ready for his forever home.

The MBOs have changed my life for the best! Thank you for sharing this amazing technique!


Lisa writes from Houston:  My newest daughter-in-law’s younger sister has just moved here from Oklahoma to attend grad school, and was looking for a job. About a week ago I took her out one day and drove her around the more interesting parts of town that she would not find on her own, like the Asian section, and the area where all the knock-offs are sold. We had fun.

Anyway, she mentioned that she had had several job interviews but no final offers and there were three jobs she was interested in. She told me about them, and I asked which was her favorite. Then I said a BP for her, with her permission, that she get offers from all three and take the one that was in her best interest career-wise. About 4-5 days later she got all three job offers, and took the one that fit best with her career goals. As a bonus, the office is in a gorgeous high-rise over the “Water Wall” here in Houston, and was also the office nearest where she is going to grad school. So the commute will be the shortest.  

Pretty amazing outcome!


IPS in Bombay India writes:  Sir I would request you to add my two MBOs in your newsletter…

1. Electricity had gone in my office area… I requested an MBO, it came back on in 2 minutes.  Otherwise it normally takes at least half an hour or one hour to come back.  Thank You Guardian Angels and Thank You Divine!

2. One more awesome MBO Experience….

Past some days I have been parking my car near a NO Parking Sign, which is not allowed.

So I Requested a MBO… “Dear Guardian Angels, I request a Most Benevolent Outcome that my car is protected from unwanted energies, Traffic Police & RTO Police. Thank You. And may it be even more better than I can hope for or expect and it is done. Thank you, thank you, thank you, love n light, love n light, love n light !”  And it is there the whole day…. 🙂


Yvette writes:  My sister-in law lost her engagement ring 3 weeks ago in the supermarket.  I said some Benevolent Prayers that her ring would be found sooner then she hoped for or expected.  Last week my brother found the ring in her car under a piece of carpet! He said he’d been meaning to search the car but hadn’t got around to it!


Jackie writes:  This week I was worried about a presentation I was told to give but hadn’t had much time to prepare for. I did various MBOs (I tend to ask in many different ways, in case I miss something haha). I finally realized the night before that I never actually asked who was running the meeting. By the time I found out all the presentation slots were full so I didn’t have to do the presentation. Instead I will be doing it in front of smaller groups of people, and I have more time to prepare now.


Luisa writes from Spain:  I got your book The Gentle Way II less than a few weeks ago and I started using MBOs immediately.  I love your book so much, thank you for sharing with us all such an amazing gift.

I have always believed in angel guardians, and I often feel the loving presence of mine right by my left side. Also I have always asked to the divine for help; I used to ask my requests to be for the good of all and harm to no one. Little did I know what I was doing! However I only ever asked for help with really important matters and often I forgot to ask for help even with serious issues.  

I have had some amazing experiences since I started using MBOs, really magical! From taking the wrong turn in IKEA’s warehouse only to find the right chairs we had been trying to find for weeks, to finding the right birthday present for my sister, to car parking and always choosing the peaceful time at the swimming pool where I go for my back problems, it has been a revelation for me and one followed with gratitude. However there is one MBO that I particularly want to share with you because it touched my heart more.

 Most Benevolent Outcome story

 I have a cat called Chicky, he is ten years old and he is the most sweet fur baby we could have wished for. He used to belong to my mum and when she passed away 4 years ago we, my husband and I kept Chicky. In himself Chicky is a miracle of love because he came into my mum’s life the year after my dad died, bringing with him joy and love. Chicky was probably born on the same day as my dad, the 22 of July, or very nearly so. My mum found strength and a reason to live on in Chicky because he was so sweet, tiny and so dependent on her. Chicky just appeared one day at the back of the house and he did not even know how to eat so my mum had to nurture him as you do a baby. So Chicky is very special to us.

Chicky was born in Portugal, and after my mum died in 2009, we took him with us to the UK, where we lived at the time. In May this year, 2013, we moved to Spain so Chicky came with us as a loved family member.

Some months ago I noticed that Chicky had a little lump on his back left foot but every time I tried to look I could not see anything and so I thought it was just his fur a bit untidy. However recently it became obvious that there was something wrong and I started to worry. Chicky does not  jump very high and even that he was avoiding plus our home is a three storey house and I noticed that he goes upstairs really slowly and prefers when I take him in my arms. Also one of his eyes has become very runny. I don’t deal with Chicky being ill very well, I panic and I cry because he just means so much to me, he is a loving connection to my mum.

So I asked for an MBO for finding the best vet that could look after Chicky and his needs. I looked online for a vet and found one that was not far from us and I loved the name of the clinic immediately, the name translates “A hairy One at Home”. However I found another vet clinic even nearer to us so I called this last one and I was told to go that same week. Well we could not find a big enough cage to carry Chicky, they just did not have any in the hypermarket or in the other shops around us, so we could not safely take Chicky and we did not go.

We kept looking for a cage to take Chicky and I kept asking for MBOs for this situation. On the Monday I felt uneasy about the first vet and I looked online again and I decided to call the very first vet clinic I saw, even knowing that it was further from us.

When I called the clinic, on the Monday, the vet told us to go the following day and she booked a particular hour for us to be there. We still needed the cage! So we rushed back again to the big hypermarket and …. “magical” surprise they finally had only one large cage big enough for us to take Chicky with no problem. On the Tuesday, appointment day, the first thing I did was to ask for an MBO for a parking space near the vet and for a good vet that could give Chicky the right treatments and help; I also asked for an MBO for helping the vet. We found not one parking space but two spaces, they were side by side and in the shade, so the car would not get too hot for when returning and we could take Chicky in his cage with no issues of space; and just a few seconds away from the vet clinic (when we returned from the vet I noticed that there was no free parking spaces to be seen).

When we got there we had to wait a bit so I immediately said and MBO for our appointment to be as near the time agreed as possible, my husband kept smiling at my MBOs. The people with the vet started to move and left within five minutes; their pet dogs had been treated and they were just chatting friendly with the vet but suddenly they ended the chatting and left happily. I felt trusting of the guidance but at the same time very unsure about this vet being the right one or not and I was ready to walk out if I did not feel happy about her ways. She seemed caring but around me all seemed a bit out of control with too many people and dogs barking.

Finally it was Chicky’s turn. The first thing I did was to introduce him as being called Chicky. The vet looked at me, smiled and she talked to Chicky calling his name and she loved Chicky. She was very careful and thorough and she told us that Chicky has osteoarthritis in his foot plus conjunctivitis in his left eye. She gave him a treat to eat and she was just amazed at how sweet Chicky is. She gave us medicine and filled a record card for Chicky, so that he is registered and we can return from time to time for check-ups. I was very happy and by now in my heart I did not doubt the guidance. I paid and I asked the vet for her name… it goes….her name was Angeles which translates to the English as Angels of course!!! I could not believe it. Wow…and then I got home and I sent a message about Chicky’s appointment to some of my most loved friends that I know care for him as I do. I used Whatsapp for sending one of the messages and for my surprise my friend Shani was using a profile pic with angels in it.

I am so grateful….thank you thank you thank you!!!! And thank you to you Tom for sharing so much wisdom and love from our angels.


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