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August 3, 2013

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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.


Sacha writes:  First, I wanted to share that I have loved reading your books and learning to incorporate MBO’s into my life! What wonderful work you have shared with all of us! Thank you. Second, I wanted to share an MBO story with you, which happened the very first time I ever used one. I was working with a friend of mine, who suggested that I should request an MBO for help with an upcoming event. The event happened to be the oral defense of my thesis for my master’s degree.

My friend explained to me what an MBO was and how to use them. So I requested an MBO for my oral defense and asked that everything go perfectly and smoothly. I immediately heard a masculine voice saying in my head, “So granted.” I literally gasped, because that was not my inner voice in my head and I would never use language like that. The following day I had my oral defense. Not only did I pass my defense, but also I had absolutely no revisions to do to my work at all! I was later told by my Department Head that I should be very proud of myself, because it’s extremely rare to not have any revisions. In fact, it’s almost unheard of! Furthermore, I was the only person in my entire graduating class to not have any revisions! As you can probably guess, I’ve been using MBO’s “religiously” ever since.


Lee writes:  Just returned from a vacation traveling 2400 mile round trip by car. I did MBO’s weeks before I left for good weather, good times, safe travel, etc trying not to leave anything out and had a wonderful trip. We planned to leave on Thursday to drive back home taking two days to complete.

Well, on Wednesday morning we decided to leave by 3:00 that afternoon. Love the flexibility of driving instead of flying! We left on the first leg of our trip and made good time. The next morning I received an alert that the major road that we would have taken on Thursday was closed since 3:00 a.m. due to a serious accident involving two trucks. We would have headed out at 6:00 a.m. on that same road!  Traffic was a nightmare for hours to say the least. Other than some rain on the drive home we made good time.  Thank you many times over for introducing MBO’s to us!


Lee adds another:  Another MBO for you! We had a surprise birthday celebration to attend at 6:00 in the evening. We live about an hour and fifteen minutes away from the restaurant. Everyone was to be there by 6:00 and the birthday girl would arrive by 6:15. Someone traveling with them would text me when they were almost there and again when they were out front so I could let the others know when the guest of honor got there.  For some reason we left later than expected and had a wild ride so to speak.

First, my husband decided to take a different route because we knew we were going to come into a lot of traffic. That turned out to be a poor choice as the road was crowded with traffic so we detoured to an alternate route. We still had a lot of traffic but finally made it to the parkway. Traffic was moving at a good clip for about 30 miles when it all of a sudden came to a stop. I had asked for an MBO to arrive on time and a time compression, too, so tried not to look at the clock.

Traffic opened up and we made it to our exit with 10 minutes to get to our destination about six miles away, (had to peak at the clock).  We needed to go over a bridge and then two blocks and would be there. Nope. The bridge was backed up and traffic was at a standstill. We were able to detour around about four miles out of our way and pulled in the valet parking at exactly 6:00! Phew! Had a great time at the celebration and was so glad to know about MBO’s and time compression. Thank you for sharing with us this amazing gift.

If you’re running late for an appointment you can say, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for a Compression of Time until ____(time you need to be there), thank you!”  Then as Lee said, don’t look at your watch or clock in the car.  You’ll find you’ll arrive a couple of minutes early, as we are able to manipulate time.  


Katherine writes from Houston:  You told us to start with simple things like requesting a good parking spot and even though I’ve been requesting MBOs for years now, it never gets old to make that request at the very last minute and get it instantly. In Houston, the “best” spot may not be the closest spot; it’s the spot in the shade, especially in July and August.

Yesterday I realized that I had forgotten to ask for a good parking spot to a busy restaurant and retail center ahead of time, so I hastily asked while circling around for the second time. My request was not technically “correct” with the exact words you taught us, but it worked anyway. I said out loud, “Okay, Angels, how about a parking spot? In the shade!” I turned the corner and there it was, nice and shady. And the shade covered the whole car. I love my angels.


Chrissy in Brisbane writes:  I have another MBO for you.

My grandson turns 5 this month and starts school next year. My daughter suddenly realized that she had not registered him for a private school in their area – the local Catholic school.  As they are going on holidays soon, she thought she needed to sort it out before they leave. So we both said MBO’s for him to be successfully accepted and given a place for next year. These days, if you are not a ‘practicing’ Catholic attending mass every week, you have to be sponsored to get a place in the school.

She had to see the Greek Orthodox priest where Joshua was christened to sign his papers, which the priest did. Then she and Joshua had to have an interview with the principal where he was assessed for his level of learning. Normally the meeting takes 20 minutes, but hers took an hour – which to me is a good sign. By the end of the hour, he was granted a place in the school and she thanked the Angels profusely for once again granting her wish.

They never fail!

Oh, and as an added extra – today my supervisor was looking for some paperwork for the auditors and could not find what she wanted. After about 30 minutes of  looking for it, she was getting a bit anxious so I told her she should say an MBO – which I said for her out loud to demonstrate what to say. Within 5 minutes, she had found exactly what she was looking and the best bit was, she said, “THANK YOU ANGELS” out loud. I smiled and thought that was just brilliant because I never know what people think when I suggest that they ask the Angels.

Still sounds as if the MBO you requested for the Perfect job is still working (Chrissy had written before).  


Hilda in Miami writes:  I have been reading your newsletter for about 3 years and I look forward to it every Thursday.  I have had many MBO’S give me very good results. I write them down when I make a request and I am home.  I love it when I read them later and find I have forgotten a requested MBO that turned out just fine. I always request a parking space I can get in and out easily.  It works well when I remember to ask ahead of time, not too well when I forget and make a last minute request.
My most remembered MBO was 2 years ago at Christmas time when I was shopping at the grocery store on December 24, for last minute items I had forgotten.  Parking spaces are all taken in the parking lot but I had made a last minute request for a parking space where ever!  I found one just out of the parking lot on the street and was very thankful!
When I went in the store I found a shopping cart miraculously, the store was jammed with shoppers.  I picked up the few items and was on my way to check out when I saw a last minute special on wine that was too good to miss. I put 4 large bottles in my cart and checked out real happy to find such a bargain.
When I was wheeling my cart in the parking lot I realized I couldn’t go all the way to the car with the cart, it would stop at the end of the sidewalk so I quickly said an MBO for help getting my groceries to the car.  When I got to the end of the sidewalk and I stopped I asked a man if he could help, he said he couldn’t leave the front of the store we were at, his boss was watching, he had stepped out to help a customer, but I wouldn’t need any help if I just turned my cart around and pushed it to the car!  Wow, help comes in the most unexpected ways, I did as he said and got my groceries in the car, returned the cart and I gratefully thanked my guide as I safely drove home!  I have used this trick with the cart several times since, what a gem of advise.


Gautam writes:  I had a major breakthrough in giving one consistent MBO for 4 months before it manifested. I had applied for setting a business abroad, & my government needed me to first show 3 years of profit in my company before giving permission, yesterday after 4 months of MBO they officially decided to accommodate me without that condition. I am very grateful.


Sandy writes:  I said an MBO for a quick easy trip to the dentist. Pretty healthy gums for a middle aged lady, and only two tiny cavities. My next trip will be for three crowns under sedation. That is for a later MBO.


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April 23, 2010

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Welcome to this week’s edition of my Benevolent Outcomes Blog, and welcome to everyone who signed up 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!”

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  You can also read a couple of sample chapters of my first book to give you more suggestions on requesting Most Benevolent Outcome (MBO’s).  Please forward this blog to your friends if you enjoy reading it.  Now for this week’s inspiring stories.


When my daughter had her wedding, anyone who’s gone through this experience knows how stressful it can be.  So here are some Benevolent Outcomes that happened by requesting them.

First was my wife’s search for a dress for the ceremony.  As Dena and I work together in our business, this means we had to take off from work to look for one.  Both she and I requested a Benevolent Outcome for quickly finding the PERFECT dress for her and that it would be better than we hoped or expected. In Dallas there’s a store with all sorts of beautiful gowns and dresses for all occasions called Terry Costa.  She’s the ex-wife of Victor Costa, the designer.  When we arrived we went directly to the sales section, as we didn’t feel the dress would be worn again for some time (if ever).  We found a beautiful dress that was originally offered at around $300 that was on sale for $120.  Then the sales lady, to our surprise, took off 50% to drop it to $60! It still needed altering, but so would have all the other dresses.

Then my son and I were to pick up our tuxes this past Thursday.  Naturally I requested a MBO for the drive there and that the tuxes would fit properly. They did fit well, and we left to return a bad laser printer to the Fry’s Electronic store about an eight minute drive back to the north.  As we were walking into the store my daughter called, and said the store had called saying I left my tux shirt on the chair there.  I was surprised, but sent my son in to get the printer while I drove back to the store, wondering why I didn’t get a Benevolent Outcome.  When I arrived, the owner said that our handkerchiefs had “just arrived.”  I’m quite sure he forgot to give them to us, so that was a good MBO that I had to return!  And when I arrived back at Fry’s they still hadn’t found the one printer, which was the only one left on sale.  Both my son and I requested MBO’s and finally after another 30 minutes they found the printer behind several other boxes of printers.

When my wife went out searching for a rehearsal dinner dress (after requesting a Benevolent Outcome), she immediately found one on sale for $22—and it looks great!


Annie in Ft. Lauderdale writes:  “I just traveled to France and dreaded the flights. The planes are always very full and I usually never sleep for the 9 hours they last.
For my flight to Paris, I had requested an upgrade of any kind. Well, I slept during half of the flight, which was a major improvement. I asked for a similar or better outcome for my flight back to Miami. This one is still amazing me; the flight was far from full, had 85 free seats and my daughter and I were able to enjoy four seats each so we flew very comfortably and slept a lot. Even the crew had never experienced such a empty plane on that specific line!

“Another one for you: I had misread the time my high speed train (TGV) was leaving Aix-en-Provence by 30 minutes. I had told my older daughter who was driving us to the station that it was 7:46 am when it fact it was 7:16 am. We left home at 6:55 for a drive that normally takes over 25 minutes.  I asked for a time compression. We made it three minutes early, and the train was late by 6 minutes – something that never happens, as French trains are known to be on exact schedule.  Thank you so much for teaching the world about the MBOs.  I am planning on asking for bigger and bigger outcomes.”

If you’re running late, say, “I request a compression of time until _____, thank you!” Then DON’T LOOK AT YOUR WATCH OR CLOCK.  Simply drive there and you’ll be surprised to see how fast you arrived.


Ellen writes:  “On Mother’s Day here in Canada our church provided the gift of bedding plants donated by a local nursery. They looked pretty worn, but I picked a 4 pack of pansies. I asked for a benevolent outcome when I planted them in poor weather.  They are doing beautiful; fresh and healthy.

“That was the second time I asked. The first time was amazing. Medical here is free but the waiting for an appointment except for an emergency is long!  I had been trying since April to get an appointment for a check up in May and then in June when that didn’t work out. Finally on Friday, 3 weeks ago, I had just ready your article and asked for the doctor’s office to call that they found an appointment for me in June. 90 minutes later, the receptionist called that my appointment was for June 11th. That made a believer out of me.

As I responded back to Ellen, be sure to request Benevolent Outcomes for everything in your daily life, so you won’t forget to request a MBO when you really need one.  This is a habit that must be formed, or you’ll eventually forget and go back to just being the ping pong ball bouncing back and forth from hit after hit.


Harry in Texas writes:  “I was scheduled to drive my Step-Dad from Mt. Pleasant, TX, to Tyler on Tuesday May 6th for Eye Surgery.  On Monday, May 5, I drove to Red Oak, TX to the Shooting Star Ranch and Retreat to take pictures of a site location for a Labyrinth our group wishes to build.  I also took all my massage equipment so I could give the owner of the retreat a massage.

“I asked for an MBO for the trip, and when I got there and stopped to open the Horse gate to let myself in, my car transmission only buzzed when I put it in drive to move through the gate.  I tried several times with the same loud buzzing.  Then I pulled the gearshift to the low gear and the car moved forward slowly through the gate.  I stopped, got out and closed the gate, and continued on to the house in low gear.

“As the lady came out to see who was there, I told her what had happened. Then I said…”And I asked for a Most Benevolent Outcome for this trip today!

“To make a long story shorter, I had a tow truck come and take the car to the transmission garage in Garland near where I live, and made arrangements with my son to come pick me up that afternoon with all my massage equipment.

“When I got back home later that afternoon, I contacted my Step-Dad to let him know what had happened, and to see what time I had to be there the next morning to make it to his appointment on time.  His appointment was at 7:45 AM–which meant I would have to leave my home at 4:00am to get to Mt Pleasant by 6:00am so we could leave at 6:15 for Tyler.  Then it hit me–Here was my MBO!!!!!!!

“If I had not traveled to Red Oak that morning, and just stayed home, and then left for Mt Pleasant the next morning, there is a good chance that my transmission would have “died” somewhere between Greenville and Sulphur Springs in IH 30 around 4:30 am in the middle of nowhere.  Then I would have been in a panic to contact my Step-Dad that early in the morning and have him find someone else on such a short notice to take him to Tyler, and then wait till daylight to get my car problem corrected.

“As it was morning, no panic mode set in; and emergency procedures were handled expeditiously.  I had the car in the shop by noon, and didn’t get it back till Friday.  And my younger sister took the day off and carried our Step-Dad to Tyler in my place.

“Sometimes MBO’s are blessings disguised as difficult problems, but they are indeed blessings because they avert other more difficult situations!”

I couldn’t have said it better myself, Harry!

If you’re requesting Benevolent Outcomes for specific things in your life, email me if you have an interesting storyHave a Most Benevolent Week!

Tom T. Moore

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