Skip to Content

Building A Servitor To Defeat Addiction

Please note that posts on this site may contain affiliate links

Are you struggling with an addiction? Do you feel like it’s taking over your life and you can’t seem to break free? Well, don’t worry – help is here! Introducing the servitor, a powerful tool from chaos magic that can help you defeat your addiction.

With the Servitor, you can take control of your life and break free from the chains of addiction. It’s time to take back your power and start living a healthier, happier life!

The servitor is like a personal assistant, designed to help you achieve your goals and overcome any obstacles in your path. It’s like having a magical friend who will be there for you every step of the way.

The servitor can be programmed to work within specific circumstances, or to be operating continually. This means that you can set it up to help you stay on track and resist temptation when it arises. It can also be used to help you focus on positive activities and behaviors that will help you break free from your addiction.

You can also use the servitor to interact with negative aspects of your psyche, such as habits, shortcomings, faults, and revulsions, rather than positive desires or intentions. In doing so, you can bind or banish them to eradicate them from the psyche and break free from your addiction, or simply interrogate them and integrate them into your shadow self.

Magical servitor next to a candle on an altar table

Building a Servitor to Defeat Addiction

Are you ready to take the plunge and build your very own servitor to help you defeat addiction? It’s easier than you think! Here are some tips on how to get started:

  1. Start by deciding what your goal is. What do you want to achieve with your servitor? Do you want it to help you stay focused, resist temptation, or focus on positive activities? Make sure that your goal is clear and specific.
  2. Next, decide how the servitor will operate. Will it be running continuously or only when certain conditions are met? This will help determine the programming of the servitor and how it will interact with its environment.
  3. Now it’s time to create a visual representation of your servitor. This can be anything from a drawing or painting to a sculpture or even an imaginary creature in your mind’s eye. This will give the servitor an identity and make it easier for you to connect with it emotionally.
  4. Finally, program the servitor with instructions on how to achieve its goal and set up triggers that will activate its behavior when needed. Once this is done, all that’s left is for you to activate the servitor and let it do its work!

Step 1: Identifying the Problem

What are you struggling with that you want to change? Is it an addiction, a habit, or something else? Identifying the problem is the first step in creating a servitor to help you overcome it.

Step 2: Setting Goals and Intentions

Once you have identified the problem, it’s time to set some goals and intentions for your servitor. What do you want it to achieve? Do you want it to help you stay focused on a task, resist temptation, or focus on positive activities? Make sure that your goals are clear and specific so that your servitor knows exactly what to do. You can also set up triggers that will activate the servitor when needed.

Step 3: Deciding How The Servitor Will Be Fed

Once you have identified the problem and set your goals and intentions, it’s time to decide how the servitor will be fed. This means deciding what type of energy or power source it will use to operate. You can choose from a variety of sources such as mental energy, emotional energy, spiritual energy, or even physical energy.

Step 4: Creating a Visual Representation

Now it’s time to create a visual representation of your servitor. This can be anything from a drawing or painting to a sculpture or even an imaginary creature in your mind’s eye. This will give the servitor an identity and make it easier for you to connect with it emotionally.

I like to use shrinky dinks to create a physical representation of my servitor. They are durable, easy to carry around, and don’t take up a lot of space. You can even use them like runes when you need help but don’t know which servitor to turn to.

Step 5: Programming the Servitor

Once you have created a visual representation of your servitor, it’s time to program it with instructions on how to achieve its goal. This can be done by writing down the instructions in a notebook or using a computer program such as Notion or Evernote. Make sure to include triggers that will activate the servitor when needed.

Other things to keep in mind when programming your servitor include:

  • Setting a timeline for when the servitor should start and end its task.
  • How the servitor should respond to your addictive cravings.
  • Making sure that the instructions are clear and concise.
  • Setting up rewards or punishments for when the servitor succeeds or fails in its task.
  • Setting up a system of checks and balances to ensure that the servitor is working as intended.
  • Making sure that the servitor has access to all the resources it needs to complete its task.
  • Allowing for flexibility in the instructions so that the servitor can adapt to changing circumstances.

Step 6: Activating The Servitor

Once you have programmed your servitor, it’s time to activate it and let it do its work! This can be done by visualizing the servitor in your mind’s eye and giving it a command to start. You can also use rituals or spells to activate the servitor if you prefer.

When activating the servitor, focus on your intention for the servitor:

  • Visualize the servitor achieving its goal and imagine how it will feel when it succeeds.
  • Focus on the positive outcomes that will result from the servitor’s success.
  • If you have set up punishments, visualize the servitor being punished for failing to achieve its goal.
  • Have your servitor affirm its commitment to you, and your commitment to it.

There are many ways to activate a servitor, including:

  1. Focusing on the servitor and its purpose while on a run.
  2. Using orgasm to empower the servitor.
  3. Using meditation to connect with the servitor and give it instructions.
  4. Creating a ritual or spell to activate the servitor.
  5. Creating an activation sigil and burning it.

Step 7: Monitoring The Servitor

Once the servitor is activated, it’s important to monitor its progress and make sure that it is working as intended. This can be done by keeping a journal or log of your experiences with the servitor and noting any changes in your behavior or attitude.

You should also check in with the servitor periodically to see how it is doing and provide feedback on its performance. This will help you to refine the instructions and make sure that the servitor is achieving its goal.

Creating a servitor to defeat addiction is an effective way to take control of your life and make positive changes. By following these steps, you can create a powerful ally that will help you stay focused on your goals and resist temptation. With the right programming and visualization techniques, your servitor will be able to help you overcome any addiction or habit.

    eBook exclusive: Working With Hekate During The Full Moon

    X