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January 22, 2011

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 1-22-11




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 also email a weekly newsletter with more advanced topics, which you can subscribe to by going to http://TheGentleWayBook.comHere 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.  Please email me your MBO stories to show others how to use this simple tool.  Now for some inspiring stories.


Kathy writes:  I have to share where I prayed for a MBO when my husband called and said he was going to pick me up late because he was stuck in the deep snow. I prayed right after the call and within ten minutes he was unstuck.

I saw where he was stuck and there is no way he could of got out of there without help. God is so great and gives us so much help .  I feel closer to God when this happens because I get it. Thank you Tom for letting us know about this prayer and using your gift for the greater good.  It has helped me and all my loved ones.


I’ve included this for anyone in a similar situation where you are not on speaking terms with someone in your family.

Joy writes:  I realize I should be able to work this out myself by using the request for a Most Benevolent Outcome.  However, I guess I’m just not very patient…

I had a serious misunderstanding with my daughter which involved my granddaughter, and at that time my daughter texted to me that we should not talk to each other for while.  She still is not talking to me at this point and it’s been almost two months.  The situation being that the two of them, my daughter sent me a text picture of my granddaughter, which was very frightening to me and I over reacted.  I’ve sent e-mails and cards to her with no response.

My question is, should I continue to let this go and just wait for her to contact me? Or should I attempt to contact her.  I feel so unhappy that this situation has driven such a large wedge between us.  I’m heart-sick over it. I would so appreciate it if you could help me get this situation as soon as possible.

If you do contact her, say, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for my telephone call and that the results will be even better than you can hope for or expect, thank you!” And send her lots of love and white light and pink light!

I cannot advise you whether to contact her or not.  Let your feelings guide you.  Perhaps a few days of sending light before you do.

If you’ve never sent anyone light before, I can assure you it works.  Imagine sending white and then pink light from your heart to the person or persons you wish to send love to.  Imagine it completely surrounding them.

If you have been angry with someone, this does a lot of good for you.  Many years ago I had a competitor in business that was so nasty that I said, “Someone’s going to shoot that guy.”  On a trip to Mexico he was attacked by bandits and was shot and barely escaped with his life.  I was afraid my thoughts contributed, so I started sending him white light.  I was glad I did, as his wife hired a hitman who shot and killed her husband.  At least I didn’t have it on my conscience.


Luzmarie writes:  I have read your book and have taught my 7 year old son, Daniel, how to ask for Most Benevolent Outcomes. I have also shared your book with my friends– even the skeptics.

I need your advice.  I am a teacher of twenty years and have decided to apply to an Educational Diagnostician program within my school district.   I would have to quit teaching, but if I were accepted, I would get paid as a teacher while I finish the program (two years). With all of the educational budget cuts, I worry that the program may be cut midstream and I will not have any employment. I am a single parent and cannot afford to be out of work.

My question is this: How should I word my request for a Most Benevolent Outcome? From what Theo has said, angels cannot “tell you what to do nor can they make decisions for you”, but I really DO want my angel to help me decide whether to take the leap or not.

Please help me and/or ask Theo what I should say in my request. I thought maybe it should sound something like, I request a Most Benevolent outcome that I will be accepted into this program only if I will be allowed to complete it and will make more money in order to provide financial stability for my son,…” Would that be right? I want to make sure I say it correctly.

By the way, sometimes I say, ” I request a most benevolent outcome” just so I know my angel is listening, then I just say, ” that I become closer to you and feel your presence in my life.  I want to thank you for always being there for me. I love you, Thank you.”

I think her MBO request was as good or better than the one I was thinking of, which is, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for being accepted in this educational program if this is the most benevolent path for me, thank you!”

I also like her other MBO request.  You should get a “comfy” feeling when you say that.


Lois writes:  I have been experiencing a difficult time lately where money is concerned.  It has not been this “lean” for over twenty years, and I see so many other entrepreneurs experiencing this as well that I know it is not just me.

Last Saturday I felt I really needed a new purse that was a neutral color and the right size – big enough to hold my stuff, but small enough not to hurt my back by weighing me down on one side.  It needed a strap or handle long enough for me to put over one shoulder, so I can carry things in my hands while also carrying the purse.  I asked for an MBO to find a beautiful purse with all the features I needed for under $25.00, and went into a favorite discount designer store to find it.  I was in the parking lot when I asked for the MBO.  I did not find the purse, so I left the store and forgot all about it.

The next day I was running errands prior to meeting a friend.  It hit me that I should browse a different designer discount store while killing time waiting for our meeting time.  I usually do not go into that store.  When I went in, the purses were really picked-over.  There were not many there.  I looked anyway.  What I found blew me away.  There were two identical, gorgeous, well-known designer’s bags of the perfect size in a neutral color with a strap.  They had all the features I had asked for.  The price was under $25.00 including the tax.  I am still in awe.  I have never seen a leather bag by this designer under $70.00 in any discount store.  I bought one of the bags and every time I look at my miracle bag, I am reminded that miracles can and do happen.

While this may sound like a small event in the grand scheme of things, it is a huge reminder I will carry with me daily that miracles are possible even when we are not expecting them!

And I have been in business for a LONG time and the last two years were the worst in the 27 years I’ve been doing international film and TV program distribution, but I am seeing definite signs of recovery, including the largest sale we made last week in over two years.  So keep requesting MBO’s folks in your business and work!


Renee writes:  Once again, I’m being “nudged” to share with you another MBO experience I had in the first week of November this year.  I was on my way home to Lake Tahoe from a weekend visiting a friend who lives in the foothills of Northern California a couple of hours from Lake Tahoe.  And since I had bad tires, I was doing MBO’s the whole trip to and from. (As you are aware, I had a similar experience back in October 2008 with the first snows going over a mountain pass to Reno.  This story is also in your second book.  And incidentally, I still had the same tires on my car.  You would think I learned my lesson then, but have not been able to afford new tires until now.  An early Christmas present from my husband.)

Well, I had good weather on the trip going there, but was not as fortunate on the way home.  The previous night it poured down rain and it continued until I started my journey home the next morning.  (I also knew I was going to have to face snow conditions going over Donner Summit.)

It was in my first hour into the trip that I was following a motor home with a few cars behind me when the opportunity came to a passing lane on a hill that ended with a sharp left turn.  The section of road that I was on was damp but no rain and no standing water on it.  I accelerated to pass the motor home and the car that was behind me was right on my tail to pass me, but the lane ended suddenly and I braked for preparation to make the turn and completely lost control.  I went into a skid in the oncoming lane about to go over an embankment at the same time turning the wheel in hopes to avoid that rollover and found myself doing a 180 heading in the opposite direction.  The next thing I knew I was sliding into the guard rail, which I missed only by inches, and only to find I was heading straight for the car that was behind me for a head-on collision, which he squeezed into the opposite lane just by a hair to avoid me.  And then I was in the other lane going down the hill as the other motorists passed me by.  I immediately pulled over and was so shaken by the experience that I knew then my GA was working overtime with divine intervention, which is the only reason how all of that could of happened with no incident — only we know (wink-wink).

Just think for instance, if another car was coming in the opposite direction at the same time.  That would of been a big mess.  Needless to say I did make it home safely through the snow over the summit.

So once again the radiant effect of saying MBOs was in action.  Because no one or thing got hit in all of that.  And you can imagine if I did not use MBOs, this could of been a fatal accident for any of us involved.  Thank you, thank you, thank you to my GA and Tom for all the great work and getting this important teaching to the world.


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Have a Most Benevolent Week!

Tom T. Moore

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