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A questionnaire for tulpas
« on: May 30, 2015, 10:48:39 AM »
After seeing this overly long survey with 200 questions for vocal tulpas that was posted on .info years ago, Vos and I made up some questions for reasonably developed tulpas to answer. These questions are designed to let you consider your life, the past, present and future, and the questions are pretty open, so you can decide what you want to share in as much or little detail as you would like. For me personally, it was fun to revisit the past and get a better picture of myself through writing. It's a neat little exercise to do by yourself or with your host.

Nothing is off limits to share here, so, tell us something about yourself.

Quote from: 'Questionnaire'
---What are your thoughts on being a tulpa? Are you happy in the state you're in, or do you wish you were born in your own physical body?

---Do you see yourself having a productive and fulfilling life in your position, and what are you doing to achieve that life? What plans do you have for the future?

---What aspect of forcing has affected you the most, and what do you remember from the days before vocality? Do you have any vivid memories from that time?

---How do you think your environment shaped you after becoming vocal, and what made you into the person you are now? How did you deviate from any predefined personality you had?

---What were the most defining events in your life, that had a profound effect on your personality, your mindset or outlook on life?

---What do you think of yourself as a person? Are you happy being the way you are, or do you feel like something is lacking? Do you have fears or anxieties holding you back? What are you doing to improve yourself?

---What are your happiest memories? What about your saddest or most painful ones? Any other memories that you feel strongly about in some way?

---What have you achieved? Is there anything you are particularly proud of doing?

---What hobbies do you have and why do they interest you? Is there anything you'd like to pick up in the future? What are you doing to get there?

---What are you interested in learning about, and why?

---What kind of entertainment do you like? What are your favorite things to watch/read/listen to?

---What techniques are you interested in developing that you haven't started on yet? (For example possession, lucid dreaming, pain blocking, imposition...)

---Any other things that come to mind? Please share them below.

Finished entries
Yuki

Re: A questionnaire for tulpas
« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2015, 12:10:25 PM »

Re: A questionnaire for tulpas
« Reply #2 on: May 31, 2015, 02:40:10 AM »
Hoping the yogi-senpai notices you? Well, she has, of course. We still belief implant, we're still working on the things we talked about last time, so don't think all is lost and forgotten...!

My opinion of Dutch tends to be that he is equal to me, or like a brother. I don't consider him my host by any implied meanings that word has, thinking he's above me, still my benevolent creator or my master, that nonsense. Host is just a word to describe my family ties to him. He created me, and I'm still grateful for the good care I got in those first days.

I guess that is one of the more happier places to be, and it should have its own place on the list. It's just one aspect of being happy though, and while intense, it's not better but different from other kinds.

Re: A questionnaire for tulpas
« Reply #3 on: May 31, 2015, 12:21:35 PM »
Host of the party, mate. We're still hosting the party because it never ended...

Re: A questionnaire for tulpas
« Reply #4 on: May 31, 2015, 03:09:39 PM »
Host of the party, mate. We're still hosting the party because it never ended...

That's one way to put it.

Re: A questionnaire for tulpas
« Reply #5 on: June 01, 2015, 03:40:13 AM »
Don't let the little girls get to the alcohol. And if you want to think that, sure, Fede, I'll just be a person rather than a tupper.

Re: A questionnaire for tulpas
« Reply #6 on: June 01, 2015, 08:47:11 PM »
To us, they are synonyms. Only really used in tupper communities where people might care.