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December 30, 2017

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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 who wish to learn how to use a very simple, yet powerful and effective spiritual tool 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 acronyms MBO for Most Benevolent Outcomes, GA for Guardian Angel, and BP for Benevolent Prayers (what you ask for other people).   My website is


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Be sure to participate when I ask you to say a Benevolent Prayer out loud, but are you also saying the Daily BP each morning as I do?  Theo says this is one of the most important things you could do for yourself not only for this life, but all the others you have lived or will live on earth, as they are all happening at the same time.  Print it out and put it on your bathroom mirror to remind you.  Here is the link:  Here is an example of a BP for everyone to say today: “I ask any and all beings to intervene in the most benevolent way to stop any terrorist attacks before they happen anywhere in the world, to respect other religions, and for there to be peace in the world, thank you!”



I’ll begin this Blog with two MBO stories of my own.  On December 23rd, my daughter, son-in-law and granddaughter were flying from DFW to Jackson Hole, Wyoming to visit his relatives.  I went with them in their car to the airport to drive it back to avoid the high cost of parking for the week.  Naturally I requested a Most Benevolent Outcome for our drive and to arrive in plenty of time for them to check bags and get through the TSA checkpoint in plenty of time for the flight.

I was sitting in the back seat with my granddaughter in her car seat, with my son-in-law driving.  Suddenly in the middle of our lane on the 121 Tollway there was a large box or crate wrapped in camouflage.  My son-in-law quickly slowed down and changed lanes, avoiding the box.  Just ahead of us was a pickup truck working its way over to exit with its hazard lights on.  It was obvious that this was the truck that lost its load.  I did say a Benevolent Prayer (BP) for him to get back before someone hit the crate, even though I noticed there were no exits close by.  My son-in-law also missed the DFW exit and had to cross the freeway at an overpass and wander back to the airport.  Still they had no problem in arriving at the gate in plenty of time for the flight.

For their return to the DFW Airport, the flight was scheduled to arrive on Friday evening at 5:40 pm, right in the middle of Friday night drive time.  We checked to see the flight status and they were 29 minutes late in getting off, but later in the flight they made up the time and were scheduled to arrive one minute late at DFW.  I requested a Most Benevolent Outcome to arrive at the perfect time to pick them up and included in the request for their bags to be some of the first up in the carousel.

I left at 5:30 pm for the 30-minute drive to DFW.  Traffic was heavy, but flowed along at 70 MPH.  Upon arrival at Terminal C, I drove into the parking garage that allows for one hour parking and found one close to the crossover to the baggage claim.  Just as I parked, my cell phone rang and my daughter said she saw me pass in front of them.  I got out and went across to the bag claim, and they already had their bags, but were missing the car seat and stroller, along with another family who was missing two car seats.  Within 10 minutes up came the car seats and stroller, and off we went to the car.  After loading, I thought I would be in the back seat again, but my son-in-law did not have his night vision glasses with him, so I drove back home, naturally requesting an MBO for the drive, which was uneventful, with the traffic again moving at 70 MPH.  


Rikki in Tucson writes:  Hi Tom– Happy life to you — I had the most incredible day today, thanks to MBO’s!!!

I have been looking for my “lost” driver’s license for two weeks now — took my purse apart — took my wallet apart more than once — called the pharmacy — twice and then the other day it occurred to me to say an MBO again for the license — so I did — a couple days ago.

I found myself going to Pharmacy today and really was not wanting to go so close to Christmas but I just had too — in fact it seemed like I really “had to go.” Before I left the house I said an MBO for transportation to and from and left it at that.  So I get to the pharmacy –was picked up by a driver that already remembered me from last week — that was nice – safe, and all; got to the Pharmacy and again asked them to see if they had found my driver’s license — na-da.  I was very distraught about it because I have never in all my 55 years of driving ever lost a license!!!

As I sat there waiting for the driver to pick me up, I eyed some candy bars over by the cashier — I debated because I shouldn’t have one –but it just seemed like I was to buy this candy bar, and so I did.  When the cashier gave me my change, lo and behold I opened my change purse and there smiled my driver’s license at me!!!  I was overwhelmed in the good way – TY, TY, TY!  I told the cashier that was the best candy bar I ever – ever bought!

I use my debit card so much I don’t use change — but apparently I did last time and didn’t remember — so I was thrilled — wondering yesterday how in the world was I gonna get a new one in Arizona etc., etc. — ha!!!  MBO, eh?   Then the driver called to tell me he was coming and poof, it was the same man that had picked me up to begin with!!!  He even said, “Gee what gives???  This never happens.” — LOL LOL  — I just smiled and inside I said — TY, TY, TY to the MBO GOD!!!  Love and best wishes to all for!!!  Amen.

Rikki lives in a large retirement community.  


Lee writes:  I have asked for many BP’s for my sister as her health deteriorated this year. On Friday she was admitted into the critical care unit again. I did a BP for her recovery or the best outcome. She continued to decline so I said a BP for a peaceful passing. On Christmas Day she quietly crossed over with a small, calm exhale of her last breath. I am grateful for everyone who said prayers for her this past year. Thank you and thank you Tom for this beautiful gift of Benevolent Outcomes.

I know she is still with me as the next day when I went outside I saw the most beautiful, vibrant Monarch butterfly. It flittered around me for about 30 seconds before heading off.  That was my sister’s favorite butterfly and once when she was out at the beach, one landed on her finger as she was pointing at something and sat for a minute or two.


Severine in China writes:  Here are some BPs and an MBO.

1. BPs for last minute medical appointments before Christmas holidays. My Dad and grand ma were not feeling well this week.  My Mom had to arrange last minute appointments with several specialists (physician, dentist and osteopath). We requested BPs to assist them in getting all their appointments booked successfully on Monday and that their health improves. Between Tuesday and Thursday visits have been made and they feel already better.

2. MBO to spend quality time and fun shopping with friend.
Two days ago I agreed with a friend to go shopping. Then she called me saying that a colleague of hers might join us. For some reason that I can’t really explain, I didn’t feel comfortable about this idea. As soon as we hung up I requested an MBO so that my friend and I would have a great shopping–just the two of us–if it is for the highest good, thank you; and I requested to still have a good time if the colleague had to join us, if it was for the highest good too. I finished the MBOs saying, “I expect great things”. The next day my friend texted me saying the colleague had another plan:)

Today we enjoyed a great shopping day! I am so grateful for this gentle practice you taught us, Tom.


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Have a Most Benevolent Week!


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May 21, 2010

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 5-22-10

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!”



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In the first chapter of my first book I related how we generally think of Guardian Angels—that they are only there to step in and assist us if we’re in trouble.  As you’ve read in the book and in these blogs, that’s not the case.  They’re available to assist us JOYFULLY at any time from the smallest requests to really serious ones. Here’s an example of something that happened to me in February a couple of years ago.

I have a time-share in Park City, Utah that I use each year to go skiing.  This time my Sweetwater Lodgeson and were going to leave on Friday and fly up to Salt Lake City for a week of skiing.  The Friday before departure I suddenly received an email from the resort company, which manages the condominium complex; it stated that a retaining wall was in danger of collapse, and they had to cancel my reservation along with a number of others.  Panic City!  This is a very busy ski week over the President’s Day Holiday and I knew that Park City would be heavily booked.

I immediately requested a Most Benevolent Outcome for the problem to be resolved, picked up the phone and contacted the resort association.  I was first offered a condo in Salt Lake City—45 minutes and over a mountain pass from Park City, then a condo at a smaller mountain again about 45 minutes from Park City, and finally a condo about 20 minutes away.  I said, “Keep looking,” so the lady said she would call Monday or Tuesday.  I admit I was worried, but I said, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for a condo in Park City, and may it be even better than I can hope for or expect, thank you.” When you add the “and may it be even better than I can hope for or expect,” you allow your guardian angel to come up with some amazing results that you would never have thought to request.

On Tuesday, she called and said she had a studio condo IN THE SAME COMPLEX that they obtained from another resort company on trade, and had not yet been rented.  The only problem was that it was a Saturday-to-Saturday stay and not Friday-Friday.  I requested another MBO when I called Delta to change my reservations.  When I originally booked, I had to use 100,000 miles for the two tickets, as the inexpensive 25,000-mile seats were already gone.  When they checked on Saturday, the same flight was available; for the Saturday return, an even better timed flight was available, and they BOTH had 25,000 mile seats available!  I was able to redeposit 50,000 miles to my account for a future trip for $75 per ticket.  Now THAT’S what I call an “even better than I hope for or expect” result!

Some of you who are not requesting Benevolent Outcomes on a daily basis may not realize that your Guardian Angel constantly tries to gain your attention and let you know they’re there.  I’m sure you have heard people mention that whenever they look at a clock, it invariably says “11:11” or some other constant time.  This may have happened to you too.

As I’ve had to travel a lot first with our international wholesale tour company and then with our international film distribution business, I would always seem to wind up in rooms with five as the sum—23, 32, 104, 203, 311, 401, etc.  I did notice and would smile with recognition—ah, there he is again.

Also, since I’ve been recording my dreams every morning since 1979 many times there would be some song that I had not thought of in some time, which would be in my mind as I awoke.  It was normally some love song—my Guardian Angel sending me its love.

This came to mind as my son and I took a taxi to the DFW airport for our ski trip.  The night before, for some reason I started thinking and then singing an old Bob Seeger tune “Night Moves.”  This was a favorite of mine back in the years I owned a convertible sports car.  I would crank up the volume and sing along.

The taxi driver had picked us up once before.  He’s a tall guy with long graying hair.  He doesn’t wear a belt and has to constantly hitch up his jeans–sort of an aging hippie.   After we departed, he popped in a CD, and of course it was Bob Seeger; and the last song we heard before he dropped us off at the airport was “Night Moves.”  Theo was saying hello again.

So watch for those “ah-ha” moments.  Your guardian angel is just reminding you it’s there.  And if you’ve begun requesting Benevolent Outcomes on a daily basis, you’ll be reminded every time that there is a loving being watching over you. This can happen hundreds and even thousands of times.

By now you’ve probably noticed that I give you a lot of information about my personal life.  I do this to show you how you can request Benevolent Outcomes in your personal life, and what a difference this makes.  The Master of Love taught in parables, so I try and do the same.

The week after the ski trip I had a heart operation (or “procedure” as I like to call it).  When I had congestive heart failure in September of 2006 (which I’ve written about in my second book) I had two procedures to stop my racing heart, with the second one successful.  Since then I’ve slowly gotten off all my medicines with the exception of two.  But I found that I was experiencing short term memory loss and it was very embarrassing at times—especially in business meetings.

I finally complained to my doctor—an electro-physiologist.  He said that one of the medicines I took did have “neurological side-effects,” and gave me two options.  One I could go into the hospital for two nights while they tested a new medicine on me to replace that one, or two I could go in for one night for a four-hour procedure called a “pulmonary ablation” (you can Google that if you wish).  He sends catheters up a vein from your groin into first the right ventricle and then the left and basically scars the tissue causing the irregular heartbeats.  I chose the latter; as he said I could be off all my medicines after this procedure, even though it only has an 80% success rate.

Naturally I requested a Benevolent Outcome and requested that the results would be “even better than I can hope for or expect.” When I went in the hospital for the procedure at 6:00 am last Wednesday, I had NO FEAR–just a little trepidation from being in a hospital again.  Just before the anesthesiologist put me under, I said a Benevolent Prayer that the doctor and his surgical team would do a perfect operation and that the results would be better than they expected.

I was told later that after the doctor completed the procedure they run your heart beat up to 300 beats a minute, which is where most hearts start to “A-fib.”  My doctor said that my heart would A-fib for a second and then went right back into normal rhythm.  So the procedure was a total success—which is what I term “even better than I hoped for or expected!”


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Have a Most Benevolent Week!

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