A slave’s evaluation is based upon how well she serves, obeys and pleases her Master. If a slave is the property of her Master, then as property she has a value. This value it’s determined by her service to her Master. Slave training involves evaluating this performance based on service.   The evaluations are based on the progress and grown of a consensual slave that agreed to training after being informed as to what is required of her.

Image by Lehnert et Handrock

Image by Lehnert et Handrock

A slave’s Service has a two part meaning; behavior and state of mind.

Both are defined as follows:

A) Behavior:

Completing assigned work or duties for her Master (following orders). This is a significant part of being a slave. She is given an order or command and stops what she is doing and completes that order. It also may mean completing orders that take a period of time to complete.

The following of established rules and protocols (Pre-existing guidelines for behavior, work and duties). This can be rules of submission, behavior detailed in a contract, guidelines or oral prior instructions.

Being an assistant to, helping or benefiting her Master (Acting on behalf of or in conjunction with her Master, which involves her using her own judgment and intelligence for the pleasure and betterment of her Master) Being a slave is not always following orders each step of the way. It may mean that a slave is given a general order to complete a task and all the judgment and reasoning necessary to accomplish it is hers. Many slaves are given positions of authority in different forms by their Masters. She is expected to perform in this position of authority in a way that pleases to her Master. Being a slave does not mean you never use your judgment or intelligence again. In fact, it usually means that you are given ways to use both more than a submissive.

B) State of Mind:

Being ready to help and be useful to her Master (Being flexible and available). This willingness to accept spontaneous orders.

The active devotion to her Master (actual behavior).

1) (Worshiping her Master) – (love/admire/submit to) Service to her Master by her worship of him is a way she shows her devotion and her slavery. It is behavior that exhibits love/admiration/submission. By worshiping her Master she expresses her submission, devotion and the desire for his dominance. This may involve kneeling or face down positions, kissing his feet or other rituals.

2) (Commitment to her slavery).

a) A willingness to give her time, energy and effort to pleasing her Master and learning the skills necessary for her slavery.

b) She also has a loyalty to her Master and honors his dominance of her.


Observable objective of slave training that can be evaluated – service:

The observable objective of slave training is proper service. A Master can only truly judge a slave by what his five senses reveal to him. Try as he may, he is unable to completely see into his slave’s mind and heart. This is one thing he must accept and be honest with him about. He can’t hear her thoughts or feel the emotions a slave feels. He can only observe her behavior and come to a conclusion about what he sees. Demonstrating proper behavior is the best way a slave shows her state of mind to her Master.

Many masters downplay the use of contracts, written protocols and rules. In a goal oriented training formal documentation that details what is expected is very useful. It is especially useful during early stages of training. Providing a standard that can be studied and practiced fosters positive behavior and improves overall service. It also helps to direct her motivations.

I agree that providing written rules and guidelines will involve more work on the part of a Master. I disagree that it implies inflexible rules. The advantage is that changes in the written guidelines are more likely to be discussed, understood and obeyed by the slave.

If the objective is to change a slave from her current behavior to behavior that enables her to serve her Master better and in a way that pleases him, then written instructions are of great value. This assumes that a Master has a plan and is aware of what behavior he wants from her. If this is the case, rules don’t change that often.

The evaluation of a slave’s service is best judged upon standards that are clearly known by Master and slave. An evaluation plan can be formally or informally developed for each of the areas defined as service. An evaluation of her past and present service provides a way a slave can see her progress as well as highlighting areas that need improvement.

Training a slave is a process of re-educating and re-socializing her to serve her Master. A slave has to be educated as to how she is expected to behave and to socialize in the contract of her slavery.