Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Three... two... one


He likes compliance... preferably speedy compliance. Unfortunately while one is compliant... the speedy part... well time is relative isn't it? Who's to say that the compliance isn't instant... in one small slaves mind at any rate? The real trouble is, as far as one can see, that our minds don't sync up better. To that end He has started the three... two... one method of compliance.

Now personally one doesn't really get the whole humiliation thing. There are probably things that He does that some would find terribly humiliating... usually things that one looks at and can understand how some might find it that way as an intellectual understanding. It just doesn't make one feel that way... at all. This gets one a step closer to understanding the idea.

Oh not that He is using a method that is usually used on children. It probably doesn't push those buttons because there is no past relationship with it. No, what one finds just a little bit... uncomfortable... is how quickly the body is complying while the mind is still analysing the odds. In fact it is kinda disturbing...

See normally when He asks for something the brain calculates the odds... if one says no, what will the outcome be? It is automatic. There are no doubts that He won't come across and smack one into compliance... just that well... analytical brains... odds are utterly irresistible. For some reason Him counting those numbers bypasses that part of the brain, and the body is responding while the mind is watching. It's unsettling being bypassed like that. It makes you feel utterly out of control and that is... disturbing. There is something terribly Pavlovian about it.

3 comments:

littlemonkey said...

More than unsettling...

I'm going through a similar, disturbing, stage. My body acts on his command while my mind is left yelling, "Wait, wait!!!". At least I don't salivate at the sound of his voice...oh, wait, I do. sigh.

Master's piece said...

Solemnly hands littlemonkey the dog tail butt plug :(

Dina said...

There is something terribly Pavlovian about it.

As long as you won't develop excessive drooling--you'll be fine. :)