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November 17, 2012

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 11-17-12


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).


Looking for a gift this holiday season?  Keep in mind The Gentle Way books make great presents.  They’re easy to read and absorb, and really does make life easier. 

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


AnnMarie writes:  Hi Tom!   I have an MBO story!  Just came back from a trip with friends to Las Vegas who were flying into DFW then, then had another flight to catch to get back to their home!  Flight out of Vegas to DFW was delayed 45 minutes, which was only going to give them 15 minutes once they landed to connect to their other flight!  They were worried that they wouldn’t make the connection.  So we did an MBO that they would be able to, connect with out changing terminals and that it be better than they could expect! When we landed at DFW, they immediately ran and checked with the flight attendant to find out where they had to go to connect only to find out that it was the Same Plane they just got off, That gave the a few minutes to get something to eat and get back on and flew safely back home!!  Great MBO better than they could have expected!    We also did an MBO for another couple that actually had to go from terminal C to terminal A with that 15-minute time frame!!   Intending that they held the plane for them!


Marie writes:  I have a MBO for you.  Two days ago my friend ended up going to the hospital, due to high stress, exhaustion and nervous breakdown.  He collapsed at work.  The following morning, I found out that he was in bad shape, emotionally. The doctors were very concerned for him.  So he asked me to help him by sending angels his way.  So I said, “Guardian Angels, I request a Most Benevolent Outcome that with your healing, he will get better in no time, and please be with him, better than I expect and hope for you, thank you.

Lo and behold, the next day, he told me that he was being discharged from the hospital and he was feeling better already!!  In that moment, I said Thank you Angels!  

Thank you Tom.


Beverly writes:  Good Morning Tom!  Is it necessary to say the same MBO every day till it comes true?  If your asking for something to happen before the end of the year…. is once enough to say it?

My Guardian Angel (GA) Theo says you only have to say it once, but they understand humans are fearful, so you can say the request as many times as you wish.  You are not “penalized.”


Lee writes:  Tom, just had to stop in the middle of what I am doing to share this MBO! I am putting up my Christmas tree that is pre-lit with lights. One section would not light and I could not find the plug to connect the two sections. After searching the tree for about 15 minutes, I stepped back and took a deep breath. MBO’s! I really need to remember them before the fact! I said one to find the connection quickly and reached my hand into the tree and hit a light bulb. The tree section flickered on and then went out. I quickly changed the bulb and all lifts are on! There are 700 lights on this tree and my hand went to the exact one that needed replacement! Thank you for your gifts to us, Tom and now I will say an MBO to remember to say an MBO before I do something! You are the teacher and I am the student and I must remember my studies!


Aileen writes:  Was needing a pair of shoes, lifted it up for a MBO and received a brand new pair.  Also have been continually asking for MBO with speedy connections for public transportation when I travel. Have been receiving them with Grace and Ease.

Also requested a MBO for financial prosperity and received an increase in abundance.  Oh yes, and the most important is the safe, healthy arrival of my latest grandchildren.

These are just some of the shifted outcomes that have entered my life since being introduced to the MBO connection.  Thank you to all concerned.


Melody writes:  Tom, this isn’t a lifesaver, but it is a time saver. Whenever I go to Wal-Mart and see the lines at the checkout, I say a MBO to be checked out quickly and efficiently. EVERYTIME a cashier will come get my cart out of the line and take me over to her station that she is just opening up. It happens way too often to be coincidence!


Frediricka writes:  Can you suggest an MBO for me to ask that I be able to work at home instead of at my present job and earn a good income? Perhaps someone on the blog has had success with one?

Many on my Xmas list are going to receive The Gentle Way this year. Certainly has helped me change my life direction and I know it will theirs.

Have a great weekend and thank you for this wonderful work.

I would suggest you say, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome to be led to a job that will allow me to work at home, and may the results be even better than I can hope for or expect, thank you!”

And thanks for giving my books as gifts!


Nancy writes:  I was at CVS getting Tim some OTC cold/sinus medication that the government requires a driver’s license and a signature for, and the machine that they swipe the license through wasn’t working. So I said an MBO under my breath for the machine to work, to complete the sale and to work out better than I could hope for or expect, and you guessed it-suddenly it worked and I was done!

Ah, those little mundane things that make life easier!


Marie writes:  I have a MBO for you.  On Wednesday, I had to get my car fixed at a mechanic shop. I didn’t have a lot of cash on me, so I wanted my car fixed by a good mechanic.  I said, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome that my car gets fixed for under $100.00, and to have a good mechanic to fix the problem, better than expected and hope for, Thank you.”

So around noon I went to pick up my car. The mechanic said, “It’s fixed.” He charged me $94.00!! Thank you beloved Angels.   I am always saying MBO’s. I’ve been doing them for about 7 yrs now.  I lost count how many requests the angels have requested. My older daughter, 14, also says MBO’s. I also do BP’s.


Darlene writes:  Tom, I was losing my job of 23 years due to our government contract for vaccine research not being renewed. It’s a long story; but suffice to say, my boss found some funds to keep me on so I could look for a job while I had a job even though I was cut back to 60%. My blessing was that, in addition to retaining my job, I retained my benefits. Our last day on our contract was July 15th.

As an aside, last December 8th, an anesthesiologist killed me when she lacerated my trachea and blood and blood clots filled my lungs. I had stopped breathing. The miracle of that was that my surgery had been delayed so my surgeon sprung into action and called the chief of pulmonary who cleared my lungs and revived me. I lived (duh), but within a couple of weeks, I found out my job was also dead.

I started submitting my resume in January. I was stunned that I had absolutely no phone calls, bites for interviews, etc. even though I was submitting job applications like crazy and networking. The month of May was upon me and I had not one nibble, not one! I was doing MBOs like a cuckoo woman. Nothing.

Finally, I saw an ad at my institution that was right up my alley. I am a certified clinical research professional and have also worked the administrative side for almost 25 years meaning I had both strong research and administrative skills that I had utilized constantly. This job would be supervising six research coordinators with the added plus of getting to flex my administrative skills and learn new skills at an age when most people are looking at retirement as an option.

I granted my first interview in May. The professor/investigator is a wonderful woman and I had a good feeling about her. The office was nice and private with a private bathroom no less because they were converting an old patient room into the office of the new employee. I interviewed and synchronicity was on my side. This doc had been a fellow under the doctor for whom I’d worked all these years. She respected him and figured if he’d kept me, I must be an OK gal. I asked my other doc friends if they knew of this person with whom I’d interviewed and they almost all said yes and they personally phoned her on my behalf. I was called in for a second interview in July. I asked how many serious contenders I was up against and they said there were two or three other serious contenders. I was called again in September to interview the head administrator. Again, I was told there were two to three serious contenders. We had coworkers in common even though we’d both worked at the same school for about 25 years and had never met one another. That was my toughest interview.

I continued to do MBO’s; however, in the interim I started getting calls for other job interviews (lots of them). So I changed my MBO requesting the job that would put me on the path on which I am to travel. I was finally offered the job in late September and began on October 10th. I retained all my benefits but did take a large pay cut (~$11K/yr). I am learning a lot and this job would have been perfect if only the pay had been at least what I’d been previously making. The economy has caused rollbacks on wages but I have a wonderful new boss and the crew seem so nice and welcoming. I feel certain that in no time, my worth will be recognized and I’ll recoup my lost wages and, hopefully, make some gains as well. Oh, and here’s the most amazing part of the story. My institution has laid off over 3,000 people in the last two years. The job for which I applied had over 1,000 applicants. I got the job that was over 1 in 1,000. BTW, my boss verified this fact to me on Wednesday.

Every day my commuter bus would pass the VA and I would envision myself working there. I’m waiting for my fingerprinting and background check to be completed so I can settle into my new “home” but meanwhile, because I did not burn any bridges, I am able to work from my old office of 23 years. My old department even let me keep my laptop to take to my new position. I’m blessed, indeed. Between MBOs, creative visualization, networking, asking for recommendations, getting strong letters of recommendation from other investigators, and tireless searching for a new job, I got the job! I got the job!!!


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