If you’re like most people, you consider your pets a part of your family. You love them and receive a lot of love in return, and you are sad when they are sick or lost even for a short time. Below, I will give you some unique advice on how to reduce stress levels when events seem worrying or even in a crisis situation with a loved family member.
About ten years ago, while reading spiritual articles and books, I kept remembering the word “benevolent” used in stories about Guardian Angels and their relationship with us. One day I read a suggestion to ask for a benevolent outcome for events in your life. I decided to try it out, and was surprised how PERFECTLY it works for everything, from small requests such as a parking space next to a busy restaurant or a seat in the subway to very important situations in business and personal life. After making this request between 10,000 and 15,000 times over the years, I am convinced that my Guardian Angel is there to help me live a gentler life. We just have to ask.
So how do we use these requests with pets? For example, one of my dogs Sandy, will roam the neighborhood if we accidentally leave the gate open, which of course at least can mean the permanent loss of a sweet, beloved dog. When that happened, I immediately prayed out loud, “I ask for the Most Benevolent Outcome to find Sandy safely. Thank you.” You always thank your Guardian Angel and make the request with emotion, because it is the best. Asking for Benevolent Results always relieves stress and worry, because I know I will find them.
When it’s time to add a pet to the family, you say, “I ask for the Most Benevolent Outcome to find the perfect pet for our family. Thank you.” When you go to an animal shelter, one of the staff members may show you a pet that just arrived that morning, even if it was just a few minutes before you arrived. Or you will just be drawn to one particular animal that in your heart you know is the perfect companion for your family. Even before you leave, one of your friends calls to tell you about the new litter. Your Guardian Angel works in an amazing way, and I can guarantee that it’s FUN to sit and see how the pieces of the puzzle come together when you make a request for MBO (as I call them). Remember that asking for a Benevolent Outcome should be good for all concerned.
Next, you can ask Benevolent Results to choose the right food and vitamins for your pet. And you can get a Benevolent Outcome for a visit to the vet. When your pet is sick, it can cause you to worry and worry about their well-being. A woman told me how her cat had recently been in distress, so she took the cat to the vet and asked for an MBO that the cat would be fine. He was very relieved to be told by the vet that the problem was easily treatable.
One of our previous female dogs had parvo type disease which is fatal 99 out of 100 times. We ask for Benevolent Results for her recovery, and then have the “inspiration” to start feeding her a large amount of the same vitamin E that we take for our health. His blood count slowly increased until he recovered.
I’ll give you something else to use when you see animals on TV that have been injured, tortured, or trapped. You can feel quite frustrated because you cannot personally help the animal. But you can say out loud, “I am asking anyone and all beings to help this animal and comfort, help, and assist this animal in any way possible. Thank you.” These requests are not made by Guardian Angels, but by other Angelic beings, and DIRECTLY. You do not limit your request to humans, because it may be other animals or Angelic beings who actually help the animal in distress. Then you will feel better if you at least did something to help the animal. This belief will be higher if you have asked for Benevolent Results in your life, so you know from direct experience and knowledge that makes this request really possible!
Your life with your animal friends will be easier and less stressful if you ask for Benevolent Results since you decided to add them to your family and all life with you. I wish you all a Good Life!