Benevolent Outcomes: Request for the Light to Shine Through the Cracks
Benevolent Outcomes: Request for the Light to Shine Through the Cracks Tom T. Moore
From Tom: I requested a number of most benevolent outcomes (MBOs) on our recent trip to Mt. Ida, Arkansas, for a speaking engagement. I was concerned that it had been raining before our trip, so I requested an MBO for no rain during our drive and, naturally, an MBO for the whole drive. There was hardly a sprinkle.
Next, when we took a winding highway off Interstate 30 into the Arkansas mountains, my GPS stopped working, as there was no cell phone service. I stopped at a farmhouse to ask for directions after I took a wrong turn. This put us back in the right direction. We were quite happy to see the Mt. Ida sign ahead.
On Saturday morning, there was a brunch held on the mountain while the group dug for crystals. The skies opened up with a deluge, but at least we were not on the top of the mountain with the thunder and lightning. So we ate breakfast together, and I spoke for one-and-one-half hours about Atlantis, Lemuria, and ETs. The next morning, I gave a four-hour workshop.