The goal of slave voice training is to alter the slave’s speak into a pattern and inflection that her Master finds desirable and is befitting her position as his slave. She learns how, when and where to speak and when to remain silent. It is desirable for two primary reasons. The first is to make her easier to manage, and the second is to demonstrate to her that even her speech is controlled by her Master. There is a particular beauty in the speech pattern and voice inflections of a well-trained slave.
Her Master has the duty to establish rules that make the slave a more effective servant and to make her easy to manage. She is his property, and as such needs managed correctly. Voice training is one tool used for efficient management of his property. It provides an effective groundwork for higher level training. The Master controls communication which makes training easier for both the Master and slave.
This does not mean that a slave can’t express concerns or ask questions, communication between the two is necessary. It just means the Master has control of when and how the communication is done.
Voice training will insure that her Master has control of all conversation and not the slave, gives her a clear method and means to communicate to her Master, improves the sound of her speaking voice and gives her another way of expressing her submission.
Forcing a slave to adhere to a submissive speech pattern helps her focus her whole being on her slavery. It’s not just a behavioral change, but also a change of her thought process. In psychology it is often said the behavior changes attitude and attitude changes behavior. Therefore acting “as if” you are a slave held mold your attitude into being a slave. You feel your slavery by acting “as if” you are one thus shaping you into a slave.
Slave training is geared to molding and shaping a slave to serve her Master. It is one of the many ways a slave used to create within her the self-image of being her Master’s property. A Master takes command of how, where, and when a slave is allowed to use her voice.
Levels of Speech Patterns a slave will learn in voice training:
Generally, the slave will have to learn two or more different levels of speech patterns. Usually in the highest level, the slave remains silent until spoken to and if not spoken to, must ask for permission to speak. Her speech at the highest level is directly under the control of her Master.
Usually there is at least one lower level of speech. At a lower level, the slave usually has permission to speak, but still must use a protocol that will usually involve calling him “Master” or “Sir”. My personal speech modes (levels) are covered in the “MASTER’S Domain” section of this website. I use three slave modes.
Usually in training, the slave’s voice is first restricted, then granted back on a limited basis and taught the details of the different levels of speech. Removing her speech first, causes her to focus on the relearning process more. She has to learn the new patterns of speech in order to communicate.
Infractions are often punished immediately, but punishment alone is not a good method of training. Encouragement and praise are often more effective than punishment. The speech patterns are not normal, but a slave usually adapts fairly fast to the different levels of speech.
EXAMPLES OF TWO DIFFERENT LEVELS OF COMMUNICATION in voice training:
Examples of Required communication in a Higher MODE such as the slave mode: Speech will change depending on the MODE a Master has placed his slave in.
A) “Master” is the Master’s role, title, and name. A slave will always refer to him only as “Master”, “The Master” , “my Master”, “Sir”, or “my Owner” depending on how it is being used in a sentence and to whom the slave is speaking.
B) A slave’s reference to herself is always “Your slave” or “Your property” or “she” as a secondary reference when speaking to her Master. When speaking with others, a slave refers to herself as “this slave” and uses “she” as a secondary reference. A slave will never use the words “me”, “my” or “I”. The only exceptions are that a slave can say “my Master”, “my slave sister”, or “my slavery”
C) A slave says “Sir, Yes Sir, and Thank You Sir!” every time the slave:
1) Is given any order.
2) Is told any piece of information, even if it doesn’t affect her.
3) Has her speech or behavior corrected or explained.
The slave says “Sir, No Sir, Thank You Sir!” when her response is negative.
The slave may occasionally strengthen the response by responding, “Sir, Yes Sir, Thank You Master Sir!” Another alternative when answering a question for information only is “Yes Master, Thank You Sir!” These variations are intended to only be used appropriately and cannot become a substitute for the normal response of “Sir, Yes Sir, and Thank Your Sir!”
D) The slave can answer any yes or no question asked of her by stating “yes/no Sir” and will respond to assuming a position with only “yes, Sir” (example: the command – kneels – will be answered –“yes Sir”)
E) A slave never speaks unless spoken to. When the slave feels a need for the Master’s attention, the slave comes into the Master’s consciousness by:
1) PRESENTING herself (see section of Presenting to her Master).
2) Immediately asking only one time “Master Sir?”
The slave expresses her request for the Master’s attention regardless of what the Master is doing at the time. The request is presented in such a way as to NOT disturb what the Master is doing at the time, but sufficient to make the Master aware of the request.
3) Awaits the Master’s acknowledgment.
4) If asking a “yes” or “no” question says “Sir, do You wish Your slave to…, Sir” (whatever yes/no question the slave has), beginning with “Sir” and ending with “Sir”.
5) If asking to go to the bathroom, asks “Sir, do You wish Your slave to go to the bathroom, Sir?”
6) The slave responds “Sir, Yes Sir, Thank You Sir!” no matter what the Master’s response to any question.
7) If the question implies an action, the slave, after the normal “Sir, Yes Sir, Thank You Sir!” she will do the action and present to her Master for further instruction unless she is told to continue.
8) If the question doesn’t imply the slave’s action, the slave must additionally ask “Sir, do You wish Your slave to continue Sir?” Again, the slave will respond “Sir, Yes Sir, Thank You Sir!” no matter what answer is given.
9) If the slave feels the need to ask a question that is longer than a yes/no question, the slave asks:
(1) “Sir, do You wish Your slave to ask a question Sir?”
(2) Awaits the Master’s response.
(3) Says “Sir, Yes Sir, and Thank You Sir!”
(4) Asks her question if the Master’s response was affirmative.
10) If the slave feels the need to make a comment, she asks:
(1) “Sir, do You wish Your slave to make a comment Sir?”
(2) Awaits the Master’s response.
(3) Responds “Sir, Yes Sir, and Thank You Sir!”
(4) Makes the comment, if question answered in affirmative.
F) When the slave is already engaged in conversation with the Master, the slave doesn’t have to enter the Master’s consciousness by saying “Master Sir?”
G) When the Master has asked his slave a question, the slave doesn’t need to ask the Master’s intention regarding making a comment,
H) A slave refers to other slaves as “slave”, as “slave (first name), “slave sister”, or other identifiers or name defined by her Master.
I) “Sir, beg Your pardon Sir” is the only way a slave expresses her accidental activities. A slave never says “sorry”, or “excuse me.” It would be appropriate for a slave to use “Beg Your Pardon Sir” in a crowd when she has bumped into another.
J) “Sir, beg Your pardon Sir” is also the appropriate response when a slave didn’t hear or clearly understand an order. A slave says “Sir, Yes Sir, Thank You Sir!” only when she fully understands the explanation or order and when she feels the appreciation for having it given to her.
K) A slave enters into a conversation in the Master’s presence by asking
“Master Sir?” “Sir, do You wish Your slave to make a comment Sir?” This allows the slave into the conversation. The Master might also directly invite the slave into the conversation with a sign, a word, a look, or a nod which indicates the Master’s order to speak. The slave, as always, responds “Sir, Yes Sir, Thank You Sir!”
L) When speaking with the Master, every sentence is begun and ended with the word “Sir”, and EVERY pause filled with “Sir” whether for a breath, a new thought, or any other purpose. When there is more than one thought to express, the slave can use a single “Sir” between sentences so that two “Sir’s” aren’t expressed together. Thoughts are expressed clearly, succinctly, and without run-on. Each thought is ended, rather than held with “you know”, “uh” or any other holder of speech. No holder of speech is ever used except for “Sir.”
M) Slaves are free to speak between themselves, even in the presence of their Master, so long as it is not distracting, does not compete with what the Master wants to express, can be immediately and easily interrupted by the Master interjecting and doesn’t interfere with the position the slave is currently holding.
N) A slave can always ask for clarification and understanding. She can ask if the Master is ready to receive her comments, but a slave does not ever argue!
O) In writing, any reference to a slave is always in the small case, even at the beginning of a sentence. References to persons of respect are always capitalized. The use of “I”, “me”, and “my” applies to writing, the same as in speech.
P) Every question a slave asks regarding the Master’s intention becomes an order once the Master answers and should be followed with “Sir, Yes Sir, thank You Sir.”
Q) A slave PRESENTS herself to say with her presence that she has completed all orders, has no need for the Master’s attention, and is ready for the next order. When all current orders are complete, the slave comes within the Master’s line of sight, and presents herself. If the Master is sitting or lying down, the slave presents herself in the standard way, fully PRESENTED, on her knees. When the Master is standing, the slave has the option to PRESENT herself STANDING, but can always fully PRESENT herself whenever that is what feels natural. At this point, a slave may be sent to “her place” to remain until needed. The slave will quietly remain in her place until given an order. If the slave wishes to speak while in “her place” she must say “Master” clearly to be heard and await his reply.
R) When a slave feels the need for food or drink, the slave always asks her Master his need first, then adds, “and Your slave?” A sample behavior would include:
1) PRESENTING appropriately, either full or standing.
2) Asking “Master Sir?”
3) Awaiting acknowledgment.
4) Asking “Sir, do You wish Your slave to get You some wine Sir?”
5) Responding “Sir, Yes Sir, and Thank You Sir!”
6) Then adding “and Your slave Sir?”
7) Again responding “Sir, Yes Sir, and Thank You Sir!”
LOWER MODE OR LEVEL EXAMPLES OF COMMUNICATION:
Service Mode – BEHAVIOR:
1) Addressing her Master:
The slave will address her Master as “Master” or “Sir” in this mode.
The slave will use!
“Yes/No, Sir “when responding to a question.
And “Yes, Sir”, when told an order. NOTE: This is different than the “slave mode” where you would say “Sir, Yes, Sir, Thank you, Sir” when responding to an order.
Examples of conversation with her Master in this mode:
“Sir, Your slave is going to the store, do you wish anything? She hopes to return in about 20 minutes, Sir”.
If part of a conversation “Do you wish to have a glass of wine, Sir?”
And “may your slave have a glass of wine, Sir”
If her Master is not engaging the slave in conversation the slave will say “Sir” before making a statement to get his attention. – “Sir, Do you want a glass of wine, Sir.” – If in conversation with her Master the first “Sir” is not necessary.
“Dinner is served, Sir”
It is never wrong to use “Sir” before and after making a statement to her Master.
2) Referring to her:
The slave will refer to herself as “this slave” or “your property” at all times in this mode. The slave can also refer to herself as “her” Example: “Sir, this slave is doing well on her driving below the speed limit as her Master ordered. Your property does not need punished for speeding, Sir.” The use of “I” or “mine” or “my” is not permitted.