When I first heard of Most Benevolent Outcomes, I thought, couldn’t he have found a more accessible word than Benevolent? Who uses that word anyway?
Then I put the phrase into action. To my surprise, it worked!
I bought Tom’s book The Gentle Way several years ago and have read it a couple of times. Now I use MBOs as part of my everyday practice. I use them when I park the car. Before driving anywhere, jumping on a conference call, getting in line at the DMV, and emailing Tom T. Moore asking him to be on Butterfly Kisses Podcast!
Funny story – I sent the request to his international film distribution email, and his wife came across it. The next day, he responded, “How could I say no to someone who has already read my first book!”
This interview with Tom T. Moore airs on the first anniversary of the Butterfly Kisses Podcast, and I am beyond thrilled!
Tom said he began Most Benevolent Outcomes as an experiment and discovered they worked. He wanted it generic enough that anyone, no matter their religious beliefs or affiliations, could use it, which is how he came up with the word benevolent.
His angels told him that the power of the spoken word was essential to requesting an MBO. It can be whispered or written down if needed, but it’s not as effective as saying it aloud.
MBOs work with our soul contract as well. Incorporating them into our daily lives will help keep us on our soul’s path that we agreed upon before incarnation.
Other benefits of Most Benevolent Outcomes include lowering stress and fear and steadily increasing our vibration level. And a pleasant side effect is it has a radiant impact on others if they are around us. For example, if we ask for a most benevolent outcome for a safe ride into work and have people in the car with us, they will benefit from that MBO.
Also, learn about Tom’s most recent book, The Gentle Way with Pets: Angelic Help for Your Animal Companions, and how benevolent outcomes can help you find and care for your beloved pet.