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September 3, 2011

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 9-3-11




Welcome to this week’s edition of my 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).

Subscribing to this blog is easy, just go to .  I also email a weekly newsletter with more advanced topics, which you can subscribe to by going to  Here you can also read a couple of sample chapters of my first book to give you more suggestions on requesting MBO’s.  Please forward this blog to your friends if you enjoy reading it.  In the Articles & News section I have a new Search Function you can use to search all my articles and newsletters by simply entering a word or phrase.  And be sure to request to be my Friend on Facebook.  I give extra information during the week there.

If you like forum discussions, I’ve been asked recently to post on one devoted to discussions about Benevolent Outcomes.  Perhaps one day we’ll have a forum on the website, but here is the link to this one for now:

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


We’ll be flying to Orlando on Wednesday for a seven day vacation.  Probably two months ago I requested a Most Benevolent Outcome for no hurricanes.  The farther out you can request MBO’s I’ve found the more success you have.  When I queried Gaia, the soul of the earth, about this in my meditation she said she knew of the request and would comply “…as best I can.” So I have to take that as there being four or so possibilities:

1.    There will be no hurricane for Florida;
2.    If there is it will not affect us;
3.    I would see it would affect Florida in time to change the dates of our vacation;
4.    It’s on my soul contract to experience a hurricane and therefore I won’t be able to change the plans.

I think the last possibility is the least probable.  And my Guardian Angel Theo told me in meditation this morning Katia will start to swing to the north—we’ll see.

I also request MBO’s for a number of other things:
·    A MBO that the whole trip will be even better than we can hope for or expect;
·    A MBO to get decent seats on the plane 24 hours in advance;
·    A MBO that the taxi will arrive on time to take us to the airport at 4:30 am;
·    A MBO for our luggage to arrive and be early out on the carousel;
·    A MBO for no line at the car rental counter, and for a good car;
·    A MBO for our drive to our friend’s house where we will stay part of the time;
·    A MBO to find a way to send out my weekly newsletter and this blog;
·    Other MBO’s as we go along.

I’ll let you know how things went next time.


Sheila writes:  Can’t recall how I was led to your website but am so glad I was!  I was impressed by it and immediately ordered both your books.

My first two MBOs happened quickly and I posted to you on Facebook about same.  The next three also happened quickly. This was all within the space of two days.  Today was the 3rd day of using MBOs and the most amazing.  (I have been both a student and teacher of metaphysics for 35 years and haven’t ever had such consistently phenomenal results.)

This morning I took my car to the repair shop.  I did an MBO before I left home. I had to wait about 5 minutes for my son to pick me up at the shop, so I sat and chatted with a lady, considerably younger than me, waiting there.  She mentioned that she rescues animals–dogs, cats and birds.  I have a pet bird and have been concerned as to what would happen to her when I pass.  All my family and friends have dogs or cats, there is no one who could take my bird. So I asked the lady and she said she would definitely take her and gave me her phone number, which I’m passing on to my famiy. I mentioned to her that there are no accidents in the Universe, I was meant to meet her.  She said she guessed so, because she had brought her car in the day before and they were too busy to help her and told her to come back today!  As I left she said, “Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered”.

As I “floated” out of there, happy as can be, I did another MBO that my car would be ready around 1:00 p.m. (This busy shop was loaded with cars that were there ahead of me.) At 1:00 p.m. I got the call that my car was ready!

Thank you for sharing this with the world and for all the good you do!


Dan in Canada writes:  This last weekend I went down to London, England to compete in the Mind Sports Olympiad, which is like an olympics for the mind. It’s a week long event, with competitions in everything from Mental Calculations to Chess to Backgammon and many other events. I went to compete in the Creative Thinking category.Before I left I asked for an MBO and requested that I win Gold, and/or  finish in the top three. I tied the 3 time World Champion from South Africa for the Gold in the category. The fellow who came in 2nd/3rd was last year’s Gold medal winner, who was from Spain. Yes, a result better than I could’ve hoped for or expected.

As a matter of fact, the whole London weekend went better than I could’ve hoped for or expected. The hotel gave me a room upgrade as soon as I arrived….thank you! The exam result was perfect and they even had a film crew doing a documentary, which resulted in a lot of screen time for me; not sure where/if it will air, but was fun nonetheless.

My best story of the whole weekend occurred after the exam when I went to the Savoy bar and had a drink. The bartender was showing some old bottles of liquor to some other patrons and asked if I wanted some of the pre-Fidel regime rum. At  25 GBP a shot, I thought I’d treat myself to two drinks. Nice stuff, I thought. When I checked out in the AM I noticed what I thought was an anomaly on the bar bill. As I made my way down to check out, I hurriidly sent out an MBO that it all be resolved well. I then inquired of the manager why I should be charged 500 pounds for the 2 drinks. He informed me that yes, the price of $225 pounds per drink was correct for a 1932 pre-Castro rum….eeeeeeekkkkk!!!!!!!! After much blustering, embarrassment and a few more under-my-breath MBO’s, he graciously forgave the 400 pounds and charged me for what I thought I heard: $25 pounds per drink!!! Thanks to my GA for the whole weekend!


Bob writes from Conneticut:  I appreciate the info on the east coast earthquake and hurricane.  I’m on the CT coast… waiting for Irene and making my MBO’s.

I wrote back and suggested he say one requesting less wind and rain around him.

He writes:  Thanks, Tom.  This worked perfectly!!!  No major damage here.  My backyard looks like a disaster area…covered with small branches, twigs and leaves but no large tree limbs came down and no house damage.  We never lost electricity either.  While, within a half mile of my house, trees are down and electricity is expected to be out for a week!!

Nancy writes:  I live in Albany,NY, and we were dead center in the path of Hurricane Irene.   There has been tremendous flooding and power outages in the entire Hudson Valley and higher elevations, but we have stayed free of the flooding and the loss of power that has been so prevalent now.   I said MBOs for us, but also for everyone affected by this enormous storm. Every time I see something on the TV or internet that I feel could use an angelic boost, out come the MBOs!   I am the kind of person who likes to take action to correct inequities or problems, and this gives me that satisfaction.

Thanks so much!


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Have a Most Benevolent Week!

Tom T. Moore

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November 25, 2009






Hi everyone and welcome to this third edition of my continuing blogs about a simple, yet powerful spiritual tool you can use every single day to make your life less stressful, less fearful, and much more enjoyable!  You accomplish this by simply requesting Benevolent Outcomes each day for the mundane things like driving to work each day, for more important things like a business meeting or for having a good day earning tips or making retail sales, to the really important things in your life like requesting the PERFECT JOB for you, the PERFECT HOME for you, and the PERFECT MATE for you.   You can read two sample chapters of my book on my website

This blog covers my trip to Cannes, France from London in October on a business trip I take two times a year for a world TV and DVD market, as I do international film and TV program distribution.   It will show you how often you can request Most Benevolent Outcomes (MBO’s) for all sorts of circumstances.

I’ll start at the first, with my flight from London’s Heathrow Airport on KLM with a change of planes in Amsterdam.  I made the mistake of forgetting to ask for a Benevolent Outcome for going through security and was stopped by a security guy and asked to put my roller bag in the metal form to see if it fit.  The wheels made it too long by about one inch or less, and he made me run back to check the bag in at KLM;  I knew I had a problem because of the combined weight of the two checked bags was at the maximum allowed, even though I was traveling business class.

They said I was at my limit and were going to charge me 130 GBP (about $200) overage.  My only option was to run downstairs (along with my roller bag and briefcase) to a store at the far end of the terminal and buy a cloth bag to throw everything into.  Naturally by now I said, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for buying the bag and resolving this problem, thank you!”.  I bought the cheapest bag they had which was 15 GBP (about $24) and ran back upstairs and started transferring virtually everything in the bag over to the cloth bag.  I then attempted to check the small roller bag and it weighed a total of 4 kilos (8.8 pounds).  The supervisor said that they would have given me 2 kilos, but since it was 4 they were going to charge me 50 GBP ($80) for the overage.  I started taking literally everything out of the bag including tissues and putting it on the floor next to the bag.  The two supervisors were called away and the lady at the counter told me to quickly give her the bag before they returned and she checked it.  That was the Benevolent Outcome to that problem!

Next back to the security line and of course I requested a MBO.  The guy who had made me return to the airline counter let me up to the front of the line, even though he said KLM had not paid for “fast track.”  I made the flight with time to spare and had a pleasant chat with a lady to Amsterdam (naturally I requested a MBO for someone interesting to talk to).  I had a long layover in Amsterdam before taking the flight to Nice, which I spent in a KLM lounge with free drinks and food.

I had requested a MBO for my bags to come out quickly in Nice and they did come out in plenty of time to make the bus to Cannes, which was filled with people going to the TV market.  I had requested a MBO to sit next to someone interesting, and I wound up sitting next to the British chap I had sat next to on the plane from London to Nice last March!  We still may do some business.  He even dragged one of my bags to my hotel, as he was traveling very light (what a great MBO!).  I showed him where to pick up his badge on our way, as he did not have his yet, and I was able to pick up my Guide book with everyone listed who was attending the market; this meant I did not have to return to pick it up, a very nice MBO!

One problem I had before commencing my trip was that when the head of the New York Reed Midem office had left in May or June, the new people denied giving me a “Platinum” card which allowed me to have meetings in the VIP Club.  After experiencing congestive heart failure (and a MBO of a full recovery) in 2006, my doctor said he didn’t want me to have the stress of having a booth or “stand” as they’re called in Europe.  I decided I could use the Buyers Club if needed, but requested a MBO when I twice emailed the head of the TV department at Reed Midem requesting the Platinum card.  I never received a response from her, so as I TRUST MBO’s to work PERFECTLY, I knew the Buyers Club would be best, and it was.  I met several buyers there that were not on my list of 60 appointments I had for the 4 days of the market and we had meetings either when there were no-shows for appointments, or in the few remaining times I had left.  Needless to say I was exhausted each night, as I didn’t leave until about 7:00 pm.  I did reconnect with the two young ladies from Canada I mentioned in my weekly newsletter last year at the Buyers Club and they’re still requesting MBO’s.

Monday night I was invited to a buffet dinner at the Majestic Hotel Beach and requested an MBO for someone to talk to.  I met an interesting gentleman by the name of Julius who does the PR for the World Music Awards each year in Monaco.   He says I should be drinking a glass of water each day with cayenne pepper, so I’ll have to investigate that.

I shipped a box weighing 17 kilos to Frankfurt, so I would not have to pay 10 Euros ($14.70) per kilo overage on Lufthansa.  This proved to be a MBO, as I had to roll three bags to my hotel in Frankfurt from the train station.  More on that in the next blog.

I did a 45 minute walk each morning after the Cannes Market finished all the way from my hotel to the end of the sea wall at the “new port” as they call it and back.  I walked along the Croisette before sunrise, but still daylight.  It was interesting to see all the big hotels that line the Cannes beach, but also the cruise ships that lie off shore and all the people preparing the restaurants that sit directly on the beach for the day.  I requested a MBO each morning for my walk to be interesting and it varied each day.

Much work and deliveries happens, with the sidewalk washed each morning by the “city jet” crew with a small water truck that went down the sidewalk with them, the garbage men picking up the trash in the bins that line the sidewalk, the crew building a large temporary structure on the beach, probably for a large party for the upcoming Duty Free Market the following week, walkers, joggers, and even a homeless man that sleeps against the seawall I walk on top of heading for the huge yachts at the end of the wall.  He’s a real character that feeds the birds and somehow fixes what appears to be tea, in a glass cup and saucer.  I said “bonjour” to him each day and he cackled a “bonjour” back to me.  He had clothes and lots of other things spread out on the huge boulders that lie against the walkway below the sea wall. More about him in the next blog.

Until then, have a Most Benevolent Week, and a Most Benevolent Thanksgiving!

Tom T. Moore

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