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How does a slave trainee change to a slave?  A Master must develop methods for changing his slave girls thinking.  Her thinking is altered to the point she sees herself as your slave.  During training many idea, thoughts and believes will have to be challenged and dispelled.  REBT gives you a look at a method of changing beliefs.  In truth,  you probably already you it; you just don’t use the name.

Adapting REBT to slave training can be a very powerful tool to assist the Master in making long term changes in the thinking of his slave.

Changing beliefs is the purpose of REBT. This is accomplished by first identifying a belief then disputing the belief.


REBT as adapted to slave training is based on the principles:

1) A slave is responsible for her own emotions and actions and held accountable by her Master.

2) A slave’s thinkings causes emotions and behaviors.

3) A trainee can learn the skills slavery and with practice, make them a part of herself.

4) A slave is to learn a deeper acceptance of her Master and through her slavery gains a greater satisfactions in herself.

REBT challenges undesirable thinking that in turn changes emotions and behavior. REBT uses the A,B,C,D,E,F method to change thinking about a thoughts that disturb emotions.

The letters **A-B-C-D-E-F are short for:

A = An activating event: (The event that happen to cause the emotion and/or behavior).

B = Belief about “A”: What a slave things about an event “A” causes reaction “C”.

C = Behavioral consequence caused by “A & B”.

D = Disputing the wrong or unwanted belief at point “B” Changing belief “B” to belief D .

E = Elimination of negative behaviors as shown at “C” to the desired behaviors “E” by challenging “B” and the undesirable actions demonstrated by “C”.

F = New Feeling resulting from D and E as it effects A.

Restated, it is also defined as:

Building Blocks slave training:

A) Activating Experience;

B) Belief about A.

C) Consequence of A+B=C (emotional and behavioral).

D) Dispute (Changing B) (examining the old belief about A and changing it to E).

E) Effects (new belief that is activated by A).

F) New Feeling (new emotional reaction and behavior to A) A+E=F.



The activating event (A) plus the belief about the event (B) cause Behavioral consequences (C). (A+B = C).

To change the behavior, the (B) belief about the activating event (A) must be replaced with a new one by disputing the old belief (D). This changes the old behavior (C) to a new behavior (E), which causes a new feeling (F). (A+D = E) which causes F.

In short, it’s finding bad thoughts and replacing them with good thoughts, which causes a change in behavior. The concept is only common sense.

Interfering (wrong or unwanted) belief.

Beliefs that interfere with the goal of complete ownership of your slave must be identified and disputed. Again these are all common sense applications. However, if you are aware of the types, it’s easy to recognize what misguided beliefs your slave holds and how to dispute them. The disputing can be very confronting in nature.

Type of dispute:

A) Functional: Disputing the function of the belief in her slavery.

B) Empirical: Disputing factual components of the belief as it relates to slavery.

C) Logical: Disputing the logic used by the slave to hold on to beliefs.

D) Philosophical: Life satisfaction issue. Happiness lies in your slavery instead of the belief.

E) Forcing a coping statement: Arriving at a statement to dispute the belief.

F) Modeling others as a way of disputing your beliefs.

G) Weighing advantages and disadvantages of holding on to belief.

H) Homework: Have slave identify Interfering beliefs and prepare disputes.

I) Reading assignments on the lifestyle.

J) Helping hand – Often by having the slave assist other slaves it can dispute her belief.

K) Reframing: Look for positive aspects of belief as they relate to her slavery.

L) Stop and Ask: At various points in training stop and ask; “what are you thinking’?


Identifying appropriate beliefs to replace interfering belief (Rational Emotive Imagery):

A) Forceful Coping Statement: A statement focusing on the new belief that is repeated.

B) Forceful repeating interfering belief, often reinforces new belief.

C) Role Playing: Have slave replay event using appropriate belief.

D) Unconditional self-acceptance of who you are: A slave.

E) Encouragement for positive acceptance of appropriate beliefs.

F) Encounter Exercises: Have slave discuss areas where new belief would be challenging.

Behavioral reinforcement of appropriate beliefs:

A) Reinforcement exercise: Task that forces use of new belief and reinforce it’s use.

B) Penalties: Self imposed or by the Master for not using new belief.

C) In Vivo Desensitization: Confronting and doing tasks that challenge (fear) new belief.

D) Staying in difficult situations and not acting with interfering beliefs.

E) Acting on new appropriate beliefs: And teaching not to react to interferences.

Maintain New Appropriate belief:

A) Reinforcement: Encouragement.

B) Teach slave to keep thinking and thinking new belief.

C) Work and practice, practice, practice, and practice.