The purpose of slave training is to Train a slaveto serve obey and please her Master. slave training is not just changing her behavior.
Before a slave can be collared as property she undergoes a process of turning her into a slave through training. When using B.E.S.T. slave training the slave girl must be consider as a whole (the entirety of her being is trained). Every slave action involves thinking, emotions and behavior. This website is intended to be a manual on the theory of slave training more than the practice. Slave training is as much an art as a science. I provide the science and you provide the amazing art that creates the beauty of her slavery to you.
slave training using B.E.S.T. = Behavior + Emotions + Self-image + Thoughts.
In the Theory section, it is stated that the major goal of slave training is to reeducate and reorient the slave to better serve, obey and please her Master. This section shows how to accomplish the two major overall goals.B.E.S.T. focuses on four major areas of training. The areas are the slave’s behavior, emotions, self-image, and thoughts.
Training a slave is not just changing her behavior. she must be consider as a whole (the entirety of her being is trained). Every action involves thinking, emotions and behavior. Because her behavior, emotions, self-image and thoughts are all interconnected, they are an important considerations in training. Goals can be set and training methods applied to each area.
Overview of B.E.S.T. slave training concepts used in training a slave girl
A brief view of each area follows: (a detailed look at each area can be viewed by clicking on the title)
behavior. Behavior is what we say and do. Behavior can be observed, described and recorded. Behavioral training involves not allowing the slave to freely own her space, time, physical actions, privacy and relationships with others. A Master trains his slave to say and do what is pleasing to him. The long term result of training a slave is a shift in emotions and thinking to ones that fully reflect her slavery. In short, acting like a slave and acting “as if” you are completely owned helps a slave grow into slavery and become owned.
Emotions mean the feelings a slave has related to slavery or a particular event or action you take. Emotion are based on how we perceive and value the event or action.
Emotions are the main driving force in any individual and it is important to consider what emotions a slave feels and establish a plan to modify unwanted emotions. A harmful or counterproductive emotion is viewed as a process of wrong perceptions or valuing (thinking).
Sensations of the five basic senses are included with emotions because they are often a window to emotions. These could be feelings of pain, nervous feelings, or headaches. The sensations of the body can be effected in a positive way with proper techniques in training.
Emotions are known to be a driving force for motivations and therefore can’t be ignored.
A master is not training a slave girls self image directly but his actions foster more self worth feelings. Self-image is the way in which we view ourselves. The objective is for a slave to feel “at home” and at peace in her slavery. Training will be directed to enable the slave to have a positive self-image about her slavery. A positive self-image is necessary before a Master can own his slave’s spirit.
A slave’s self-image is an important part of private logic. Private logic is discussed in a separate section. slave training should develop a self-image of “being a slave.”
We first think (perceive and value), then feel, and then act. What we believe about a subject or event (stimuli) causes what emotions we have and this in turn causes what behavior is displayed. How we value a stimuli is often already stored in a memory bank based upon prior experiences.
Often how a slave perceives a stimuli and how she values it has to be examined if her attitude about the stimuli is counterproductive. Either one or both may be wrong and cause the wrong emotion to be applied to the stimuli.
These thoughts are defined within as core thinking. Core thinking in some way provides an almost automatic responses to an activating event which causes a reaction by us. An example: Someone being called a son-of-a-bitch can cause a wide range of reactions in individuals. It depends on the individual’s core beliefs about the words son-of-a-bitch.
Analytical, cognitive-behavioral and choice techniques can be applied to core beliefs and higher levels of thinking. **REBT is the Cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques that are described within this discussion, but others are effective as well.
One of the Keys to a slave’s development is to present new ideas, beliefs and behaviors to her in a way that she can see a value in her changing behavior and actions to better serve, obey and please her Master. I f she feels she is better serving you by changing then training her is easy.
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