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December’s a great month of parties, dinners with friends, and reunions with families. But it can be a highly stressful time when you’re in charge of the dinner, or you have to travel, or you and your family are worlds apart in lifestyles or beliefs.

 About 10 years ago, in reading spiritual articles and books, I kept noticing the word “benevolent” used in stories about angels and their relationship to us. One day I read a suggestion to request benevolent outcomes for events in your life. I decided to try it out, and was amazed how perfectly it worked for everything, from small requests such as a parking spot next to a busy restaurant or a seat on the subway to the really important situations in my business and personal life. Guardian angels are there to assist us in living more gentle lives. We just have to ask.

So how do you request benevolent outcomes from your guardian angel? If you are cooking for your friends or family, consider saying, “I request a most benevolent outcome that the food I prepare will be perfect for my group, and that our time spent together will be enjoyable. Thank you.” Always thank your guardian angel. The more positive emotion you can put into your requests, the better.  Speak your request out loud or put it in writing. Remember that the requests have to be benevolent for not only you, but also all those involved in the request. This is your best friend you are talking to —  you can speak directly  and in simple terms.

Here are some benevolent outcomes you can request for the holidays:

That the drive to the airport or your destination will  be safe and free of traffic;
That the check in at the airport be fast;
That your luggage will arrive safely and on time;
That you speed through the security line with no delays;
That your plane and any connections you make be on time;
That  you sit next to someone interesting, or, if you need to sleep, next to someone who will not want to talk;
That your friends or family are there on time and easy to find;
That you remain safe from injury in all your holiday activities.
That your visit with family or acquaintances be delightful.  (Yes, it’s okay to ask for what might seem impossible! )
When you make these requests, what I call the “Radiant Effect” can occur. Many of these requests will be benevolent for all of those around you. When you request a pleasant time with someone who has caused everyone problems in the past, it creates a much more pleasant time for everyone. Simple requests like these can lower your stress and make your family’s holiday much more congenial and joyful. 

Tom T. Moore’s book, “The Gentle Way: A Self-Help Guide For Those Who Believe in Angels” (Light Technology) gives many more suggestions for requesting Benevolent Outcomes. www.TheGentleWayBook.com. 

December’s a great month of parties, dinners with friends, and reunions with families. But it can be a highly stressful time when you’re in charge of the dinner, or you have to travel, or you and your family are worlds apart in lifestyles or beliefs.

 About 10 years ago, in reading spiritual articles and books, I kept noticing the word “benevolent” used in stories about angels and their relationship to us. One day I read a suggestion to request benevolent outcomes for events in your life. I decided to try it out, and was amazed how perfectly it worked for everything, from small requests such as a parking spot next to a busy restaurant or a seat on the subway to the really important situations in my business and personal life. Guardian angels are there to assist us in living more gentle lives. We just have to ask.

So how do you request benevolent outcomes from your guardian angel? If you are cooking for your friends or family, consider saying, “I request a most benevolent outcome that the food I prepare will be perfect for my group, and that our time spent together will be enjoyable. Thank you.” Always thank your guardian angel. The more positive emotion you can put into your requests, the better.  Speak your request out loud or put it in writing. Remember that the requests have to be benevolent for not only you, but also all those involved in the request. This is your best friend you are talking to —  you can speak directly  and in simple terms.

Here are some benevolent outcomes you can request for the holidays:

That the drive to the airport or your destination will  be safe and free of traffic;
That the check in at the airport be fast;
That your luggage will arrive safely and on time;
That you speed through the security line with no delays;
That your plane and any connections you make be on time;
That  you sit next to someone interesting, or, if you need to sleep, next to someone who will not want to talk;
That your friends or family are there on time and easy to find;
That you remain safe from injury in all your holiday activities.
That your visit with family or acquaintances be delightful.  (Yes, it’s okay to ask for what might seem impossible! )
When you make these requests, what I call the “Radiant Effect” can occur. Many of these requests will be benevolent for all of those around you. When you request a pleasant time with someone who has caused everyone problems in the past, it creates a much more pleasant time for everyone. Simple requests like these can lower your stress and make your family’s holiday much more congenial and joyful. u
Tom T. Moore’s book, “The Gentle Way: A Self-Help Guide For Those Who Believe in Angels” (Light Technology) gives many more suggestions for requesting Benevolent Outcomes. www.TheGentleWayBook.com. 

 
 
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