Bound by the Master's will, (command/phrase); refers to a slave being commanded to hold position, as though bound, hands clasping opposite wrists until she is released.
She wore the "bonds of the master's will." Grunt had put her in them. She could not rise to her feet. Yet there was not a rope or strap on her body. She was "bound by the master's will." She could not move from this position unless, at the word of a free person, she was freed from it. To break the position otherwise is to be instantly slain.
Book 18, Blood Brothers of Gor: Page 248
"Yes, Master," I said.
I must now keep my hands or wrists in contact with one another, and behind my back. I was now "bound by the master's will." I could not separate my hands or wrists from one another now without permission."
Book 22, Dancer of Gor: Page 227
Afterwards he permitted me to lie by his side, “bound by the master’s will,” I crossing my shackled ankles, and holding my hands behind my back, my left wrist held in my right hand.
Book 31, Conspirators of Gor: Chaper 17