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May 28, 2016

Benevolent Outcomes Blog 5-28-16


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!”


Laurie writes:  The insane TSA backup at Chicago/O’Hare that was in the news recently (5/15/16) reminded me of the miraculous MBO that I experienced on a recent trip to New York City. I requested an MBO for “an extremely short or non-existent wait in line at the TSA at the airport” for my return trip through LaGuardia Airport (a major New York airport). I used this wording without thinking about it because I always say it for MBOs about a short wait in checkout lines at my local stores!  Well, I got a non-existent line at the TSA checkpoint at LaGuardia Airport! Even though it was noon on a Sunday, there were no other passengers or travelers, just me. I didn’t even have to go through that Beam-Me-Up-Scotty scanner! It all went so fast that I didn’t even remember my MBO request and realize it had been granted until I was walking toward my gate. Wow!


Daralyn writes:  This incident occurred a couple of years ago, but I never got around to telling you about it (I think I was too in shock, or it might sound too outrageous.) Each summer since I moved to Texas in 2006, I have driven back to Michigan, about a 3,000 mile round trip, to visit friends and family for a week. Since I learned about MBO’s from your Gentle Way book and in your column in the Sedona magazine, I always requested an MBO for a safe journey before leaving home.

On this particular trip, during the return segment driving through Louisiana, I noticed while removing CD’s that the dashboard felt unusually hot. I attributed this to the fact that it was hot outside, about 97 degrees, even though that was not a logical connection. When I crossed the state border into Texas, the “check engine” indicator light came on. I was not surprised, because it does that as a matter of course when I am 500 miles from a scheduled oil change, which I was. I made it home safely and the next day took the car in to the dealer for maintenance.

Imagine my surprise when I got a call from the mechanic telling me that not only was the radiator empty of coolant, but that the reservoir was empty too. By all rights I should have had an engine meltdown in the middle of a hot “Nowhere!” Thank you, Angels, thank you, thank you, thank you! Tom, I do believe we can’t afford NOT to say MBO’s. Thank you for all you do.


Bob writes from north of Seattle:  My husband, a friend and myself spent two weeks on the US Virgin Islands.

We had barely been on the airplane to leave from Seattle when my husband began to complain that his iPhone was acting odd.  Kept saying that the charging wires were not compatible to the device, or that he had his earplugs attached when he didn’t, etc.  By the third day on the island, we were buying new charging wires because nothing would charge his phone properly.  By day twelve of fourteen, his phone was totally dead and nothing would charge it.  We both said MBO’s hoping to find a fix or at least resolve the issue quickly.  We arrived home last night and first thing this morning, we were off to the phone store.  They agreed he had a problem, looked up our contract, and insurance covers everything and he will have a new phone on Monday or Tuesday..a one or two day turnaround for something we thought would be much longer and costly.

When we left St. Thomas yesterday morning, we flew on a small commuter airline to San Juan, Puerto Rico to catch our flight to New York and then connect to Seattle.  As we were sitting on the commuter plane, we happened to look down on the tarmac as they closed the cabin doors so we could leave, when we noticed all of our luggage was sitting in the luggage carts, unloaded on the airplane.  When we questioned it, we were told that the combined luggage of twenty people was too heavy, so it would follow later.  So, we all said MBO’s for luggage meeting us when we got home.  

We watched the connection plane being loaded with luggage and we didn’t see ours, so we kept fingers crossed and kept going.  We arrived in Seattle and we went down to the baggage area and got off the small carry-on we had taken, then we stepped into the baggage claim customer service area to explain our problem.  When we had checked luggage in originally with the commuter airline, we asked if the luggage could just be pushed through to Delta Airlines all the way.  She said she could so we gave her the flight numbers for Delta.  We are now at the Delta Customer Service and she found nothing showing we had any luggage at all other than the one carry-on.  She gave us the look of…you are truly screwed.  

At that moment, my husband happened to look out the window in her room and saw our luggage being wheeled through the door near the carousel.  We went out and the guy pushing them out, said that the pilots had had someone pull them from the front of the plane and move them to the baggage area.  No one seemed to have a good explanation of how they got to Seattle.  


Raymond in Dallas writes:  I have an MBO story for you.  I was speaking to my neighbor the other day and she told me she lost her job when the company was bought out and they laid off 1/3 of the people.

She is about 45 and single.  She has to depend on herself and was pretty depressed about losing her job.  She had an interview last week and commented on the job search being more difficult than she thought it was going to be.

I left her and privately said that I hoped God would help her find a job soon that was suitable to her interests. I asked that she find a Most Benevolent Outcome for her situation, a job that was fulfilling and close to home.  Her last job required a one hour commute in the Dallas area.

I spoke to her briefly last night and she said she got a job in the local area. Her spirit and personality was much brighter.

I ‘m not sure if the MBO was responsible, but I’m glad that I was able to help with the resources I had available and it worked out for her.


Michelle in Baltimore writes:  I hope you and yours are doing well. I seldom use MBO requests. Not because they don’t work for me, but because I seldom need to specify my desires. What normally occurs is I define a need and then sent out the request for that particular issue to be resolved. It is effective for me, since my angels and I work so well together!

However, there are times when only an MBO or BP will work. In March, I requested a MBO for GREAT weather for our upcoming family cruise to Bermuda. It would be a reunion in Bermuda with our family on the island.  I said the request and forgot about it until the week we left port. Weather in Baltimore has been cold and wet. Cold enough to have the heat on, constantly. When we left Baltimore, it was pouring rain.

I anxiously tracked Bermuda weather, it was rain, rain and thunderstorms forecast for our arrival on Monday May 26th. It was STILL raining an hour before we docked. But by the time we departed the ship, the sky had cleared. It was a sunny and warm 80 degrees. We did get a brief shower around 8pm, but that cleared up quickly. On Tuesday, it was warmer and still sunny. I got word upon arriving home that the showers moved back in not long after we set sail. Our return trip home was bright and rain free. So for this request, I give my angels a 10+. I was so certain the rain would ease and the sun would shine, I packed 4 pairs of sunglasses! I got to wear all of them!  Thanks Tom!


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Have a Most Benevolent Week!


Tom T. Moore

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