The demons themselves have on multiple occasions told me I must COMMAND them. Not ask, not pray, not beg, not anything other than COMMAND. I’ve been yelled at by Azazel when I got disrespectful with him. My false self was throttled by Santa Muerte for being disrespectful. I’ve had my arse kicked by the Dead for being disrespectful. I’ve been chided by Lucifer for being slightly disrespectful. Guess what? None of these incidents occured when I was commanding them. They occured at other times. Not once have I had my arse kicked or been told off for commanding them. These are ancient and wise beings who truly understand the meaning of respect. They clearly don’t feel disrespected when commanded in the manner I described.
I used to find commanding to be disrespectful. But these days, I know that one can command another backed with full respect.
It’s that easy.
Commanding doesn’t mean you yell at them. Or bark orders at them. Or anything like that. Commanding isn’t the same as micromanaging, which is what spirits don’t like.
One can respectfully state a command quietly, intently, and with authority.
What is authority? It’s knowing for sure what you want, what you intend, that you have the right to make the change to your reality, and knowing that what you command will come to pass at some point.
Imagine you’re the captain of a starship. You have crew, and the senior ones are answerable to you. Think of how you would respectfully, calmly, and confidently give a command to any one of them, knowing your own authority.
You can command without viewing them as slaves or servants. But they did sign up to be of service, they enjoy getting to work, and as long as you recognise them for what they are and their power, and you treat them well, it’s fine.
It’s time to get over the whole idea of disrespecting them by commanding them.