When disaster hits or lesser problems

@savypat (20248)
United States
July 29, 2011 2:05pm CST
If we can respond to trouble with a MBO, most benevolent outcome, request first before the panic sets in we will get help from unexpected sources. Studies have been made of this and it's true enough of the time for me to want to create this habit. All you do is say, I ask any and all beings to assist those beings affected in this disaster in_______________(state the place) in the most benevolent manner possible. This along with other's requests creates a powerful energy that is the focus of your request. You can request this for all around you and yourself. My attitude is I need all the help I can get and also want to send this where ever it is needed. So this is my answer to all the terror, tragic happenings on the news and where ever I hear of such. It beats just sitting there and wringing my hands saying so sad another murder, or mayham happening again. You might want to make this a habit of yours also.
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• Philippines
29 Jul 11
Nice. Is it like the butterfly effect? I didn't know this phenomenon. I'd like to test if this is true. I'll probably research it first so if you have a more specific name for this, that would be great to know.
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@savypat (20248)
• United States
30 Jul 11
The name of the man connected with this phase is Tom T. Moore You might be able to find a search on him. I tried both his e-mail and web site but couldn't get either to go through. Ever since I read about this, yesterday, this phase Most Benevolent Outcome, has been running through my head like a matra, it just seems so much better then praying for a specific outcome, which has always made me feel uninformed and inadequate. After all how can I expect an outcome which I have requested without all the facts? Even when praying for someone's recovery how do I know that the illness is not what is needed for that person to learn their life lesson? To me this MBO is so much more in tune with the universe.
• Philippines
30 Jul 11
Most Benevolent Outcome, huh. I'll look it up, then.
@bhanusb (5709)
• India
30 Jul 11
In disasters or bad days people should come forward with helping hands. The phrase 'each for all and all for each' should be our motto. Natural disaster or violence are occurring in some places of the world almost everyday. Sympathized people and peace lovers should get together and face these odd situations unitedly.
• Canada
29 Jul 11
Ive been doing something similar for years now. I know how to do Reiki and whenever i see something like that, I'll make a sign and wish them the best. I will do the same when I hear of someone being sick. I'll send some positive or healing energy their way by doing a sign specific to Reiki.
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@Pose123 (21671)
• Canada
29 Jul 11
Hi savypat, Yes, I sure do want to make this a habit and I think it is just a wonderful way to response, when there seems that there is nothing else we can do. Any sincere request sent out to the universe is always heard and responded to. I make it a habit, when confronted with some unknown in my own life and affairs, to always ask, what should I do here? Thanks for a great discussion. Blessings.
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@SomeCowgirl (32273)
• United States
29 Jul 11
I have heard this myself and seen it help before. Some people believe in prayer, some people believe in this, I have to say I believe in prayer but have seen this help before, it's a form of prayer in my opinion. In any case, you're right, doing more then just saying "such a sad occurence" definitely helps.
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@dorannmwin (36695)
• United States
2 Aug 11
I can't say that I do things in the way that you do. However, when I hear about any kind of disaster, I do pray for those people that are going through those problems. I figure that people that have faced disasters in their lives need all of the prayers that they can get. There have been times that I've prayed for people that I don't even know because of the fact that to me it seems like the right thing to do.
@paula27661 (15900)
• Australia
1 Aug 11
What a great post Pat! A good reminder that prayer is so very powerful and when many join together so much can be accomplished. Imagine what could happen if we all put our hearts and heads together and prayed for world peace all at the same time...It is such a shame to complain and be afraid when more than likely we hold the answer all along. Let us all pray for the good to overtake...