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TitleKreiter, John - Create a Servitor, Harness the Power of Thought Forms, 2014 (1)
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Table of Contents
                            Introduction
Chapter 1: What Is a Servitor?
Chapter 2: What Can a Servitor Be Used For?
Chapter 3: Creating Your Servitor
	Statement of Intent
	Appearance, Purpose and Powers
	Drawing
	Name
Chapter 4: Charging Your Servitor
Chapter 5: Casting Your Servitor
Chapter 6: Controlling Your Servitor
Chapter 7: Dangerous Thought Forms and How to Deal with Them
Chapter 8: Questions and Answers
	Why does the name of the servitor have to be secret?
	I thought you had said that vibrations are not important?
	How big or small should I make my servitor?
	Can drugs help in creating a servitor?
	How do you dissipate a servitor?
	Can you create a servitor to be self-sufficient?
	To create a servitor do you need to see it?
	The first time I tried creating a servitor it worked great but now I can't seem to get it to work anymore. What am I doing wrong?
	Do I need a new servitor every time?
	How long should I wait before I send out my servitor again?
Conclusion
                        
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The answer to this question depends on what the servitor's task is, and how critical it is in your mind. There is a great variety in this, for
example; if you have created this servitor to protect your home and have sent it out on its mission, you could wait for perhaps months
before you decide to send your servitor out again. Now, it could be that you feel threatened for some reason and therefore decide that
you need greater protection, in which case you would then send your servitor out more regularly; that is you would recharge and re-task
this servitor more frequently.

If you have created a servitor to get something you desire, then it could be that you will want to recharge and re-task your servitor far
more frequently. As you can see most things are subjective but I would say a general rule would be that you should charge and task your
servitor no less than every three days. In other words you should wait a minimum of three days before you call your servitor back to you
to re-charge and re-task.

Quite usually, mental work like the one that you are performing when you create a servitor to do your bidding, requires time. There is
always a time lag as thoughts coalesce and go through the process of manifesting into what we would consider physical reality. This time
lag varies in length depending on the intensity of the thoughts involved. Since a servitor is a highly charged thought, it often does not take
long before it is able to accomplish its task for you. This is not always the case though because every circumstance is different and for
your intention to be fulfilled in one direction, it is usually the case that the servitor must fight against an opposing intention. Great
opposition to what you desire, means that your servitor might fail or that your desire will take longer to be fulfilled.

As a general rule then, send your servitor out every three days if you are feeling anxious about what you desire, having complete faith in
your servitor and its abilities during these three days. At the end of the three days, call your servitor back using its magical name,
recharge it and once again send it out to do your bidding. Continue this process until you get what you want. If you are more relaxed
about the outcome, or the outcome is one that cannot be quantified easily, try and send your servitor out every 15 days or so.

These are general rules of course, and it is up to you to decide how often you wish to send out any particular servitor to do your bidding.
Remember though that a servitor needs time to do its work so do relax and let it do its job. Also, creating/charging/tasking servitors can
be an intensive process and can cause a lot of tension within, which is never a good thing when it is dragged out too long. If you're
sending servitors out all the time, you could really stress yourself out, which is very detrimental to your health. Believe it or not, a hernia
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As you can see, creating a servitor is not a complicated thing in the sense that it does not require some kind of critically complex
ritualistic act. It does though require intense mental focus, coupled with the ability to play with your beliefs. It is up to you then to practice
this intense psychic focus so that you too can be successful at creating a powerful thought form to do your bidding.

As a teacher of these methods, to me the most amazing part of servitors is the fact that they open up a person to the incredible potential
of directed thoughts. Usually even those who believe in the power of thought and try to live accordingly, find it very difficult to truly grasp
the great potential of our imagination and thought. But through the contemplation and creation of servitors, a person is able to discover in
a more direct way that he/she is indeed a very powerful creator.

It could be that you find yourself on the fence when it comes to believing in the power of thought. If this is the case then I challenge you
to take the plunge and create a servitor today. OK, you don’t have to do it today but I do hope that you consider trying it as soon as
possible.

Can you believe in something that you don’t think is real for 10 minutes? Can you pretend, like when you were a child, and just play a
game for a little while? Pretend for a little while and let your servitor go out to do your bidding; you have nothing to lose, it’s just a game
after all. BUT, if you do end up getting what you wanted, please try to consider the possibility that there is more to this thought
manipulation stuff. Don’t be like the average zealot skeptic that will ignore experiences that do not suit his/her world view. Life is
magical, you are magical, so take your place as the amazing magical creator that you are.

Perhaps you already know what many seem to have such trouble accepting; that thoughts create reality. If that is the case then I hope
that this manuscript helps you by showing you one more amazing way to manipulate the world around you. With a little practice and
effort, you will be amazed at the power that you now have now at your disposal. Servitors represent a fun and powerful way of working
with those laws of thought that you may have come to know and are now trying to use to your benefit.

There is so much mystery out there. There is so much that we don’t know. A servitor will help you remember what you knew so well as
a child, something that you know so well deep inside yourself; that you are a magician that can create new worlds.

“Disbelief in magic can force a poor soul into believing in government and business.”

― Tom Robbins

“The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper.”

― W.B. Yeats

“No, I would not want to live in a world without dragons, as I would not want to live in a world without magic, for that is a world without
mystery, and that is a world without faith.”

― R.A. Salvatore

“Scientists have calculated that the chances of something so patently absurd actually existing are millions to one.

But magicians have calculated that million-to-one chances crop up nine times out of ten.”

― Terry Pratchett

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