There are simple rules to follow when you request Benevolent Outcomes in your life. You must request the assistance, as your Guardian Angel is not allowed to assist you unless you ask for help. It must be benevolent for not only you, but for all those involved in the request. Even if you request something that is not benevolent either in error or on purpose, it won’t work. It must be said out loud or in writing, as this is a physical world. You need to say it with some emotion and say, “thank you” to your Guardian Angel at the end of the request. And remember, you can never run out of requests or make too many requests. I’ve been requesting Benevolent Outcomes for 14 years, so I KNOW they work from experience, as I’ve requested MBO’s somewhere between 10,000 and 15,000 times. Requesting Benevolent Outcomes is a very, very old spiritual practice that I’ll explain below.
Begin with simple requests such as a parking space near a busy restaurant or store. As an example, recently my wife and I went to a press screening of a movie that was being screened in a theatre located in a busy shopping center. I said, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for a parking place near the mall entrance, thank you!” When we arrived, there was “my” parking space waiting for me at the end of the row nearest the mall entrance. I recommend starting with these simple requests so that you get immediate feedback that these requests work.
When you know they work, then you can use them for more important things. My wife and I decided that we wanted to “downsize” our home, as both our children have graduated from college. My wife kept dragging me to see one house after another during the middle of our workday. I started requesting a Benevolent Outcome to buy each house, as I knew that my Guardian Angel would not let me buy the wrong house after those requests. We even made an offer on one and someone paid the full asking price, which is almost unheard of in these down market times. Finally, after this I said, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for the PERFECT HOUSE for us, thank you!” Naturally the next day she found the house and we were able to buy it at a great price, as the family had already moved to Atlanta.
In that same vein, Jacqui in Australia emailed to say that she was going to renew her lease on an apartment (or “flat” down under) in Melbourne and was really afraid they were going to increase the rent, as they had all been going up recently. So she requested a MBO (as I call them) for the same rent as before. They renewed her lease with no increase! She said that’s unheard of right now in Melbourne.
Linda, in the New York area, emailed several times really frightened because she was out of work. I suggested several MBO requests to make, such as “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for the PERFECT job for me, thank you,” and before interviews, “I request a Most Benevolent Outcome for this job interview, and may it go better than I can hope for or expect, thank you! She emailed not long after to tell me she got the job she applied for. It was right in her field of expertise in medical technical writing.
Rick wrote, “Good MBO yesterday. Every day before I go to work, I request a MBO to arrive safely at work, and in a timely fashion. I work in the Wachovia Center, the home arena of the Philadelphia Flyers and 76ers. The Flyers played a day game yesterday, and I worked earlier than scheduled. Parking down there is a nightmare for Flyers’ games. I expect to park somewhere far away, just short of a small cab ride. I added to my daily MBO that I would have a parking space available to me close to the front door to our office. Sure enough, a ten-minute ride through the parking lot, looking for ANY space was reduced to 30 seconds --- three spots within several feet of each other were available to me. They weren't close to the front door, but they WERE in an area where we're supposed to park on game days, anyway (our normal parking spaces in the arena parking lot are reserved for season ticket holders on game day). To top it off, I left work last night requesting an MBO for green traffic lights on the way home, and every light was green.”
When I did my first “active” meditation (which anyone can do with some practice) in 2005, I was told by a Shaman in the 1600’s (who also gave me the title of my book—THE GENTLE WAY) that I was requesting Benevolent Outcomes at that time as a Shaman myself. So if requesting MBO’s is at least 350 years old, how old is it? I was recently told that requesting Benevolent Outcomes dates back thousands of years before our recorded history. Here’s what I asked and my Guardian Angel Theo’s responses:
Theo, you previously said that I was either the first or one of the first to request Benevolent Outcomes. Did a person teach me this, or was it by inspiration, or in a channeling?
"Good question Tom. You were taught this by inspiration. You did not channel this. You were inspired or rather I whispered in your ear that you could do this."
What were the circumstances and how long ago?
"Oh quite a few thousand years. Yes, this dates all the way back to your days in Atlantis where you had a group of followers and you were given a way to show them this gentle way of living. Neither you nor they were caught up in the dramas of that time period. You led fairly peaceful lives. So you see, these requests for MBO’s as you call them are from a long, long time ago, yes?"
Yes I see. How many people practiced the Gentle Way back then?
"Actually there were over one million people. It was quite popular with the average person, not the scientists and priests of that day."
It’s a simple way to live your life in a non-violent manner, as if you stepped onto a much easier path to follow through life. Try requesting Benevolent Outcomes. I think you’ll find a Benevolent Universe waiting for you too!
About the AuthorTom T. Moore is an entertainment industry CEO and speaker. His books, The Gentle Way: A Self-Help Guide For Those Who Believe in Angels (ISBN # 1-891824-60-0, Light Technology) and The Gentle Way II: The Story Continues give many more suggestions for requesting Benevolent Outcomes. Visit his website at www.TheGentleWayBook.com.