Author Topic: tulpa for healing  (Read 11754 times)

tulpa for healing
« on: July 02, 2015, 02:33:03 AM »
i apologize first if this topic doesnt belong here and or brakes some rules of the forum. sorry if it does.  i have possible sleep apnea . i say possible couse im not fully sure if it is apnea or some other sleeping disorder. technicly i was able to rest out and sleep out good weeks ago but suddenly im not anymore.   i wake up tired and exhausted and i cant sleep pass the certain times like half 8 or 8 in the morning and i cant fall asleep before 11 or half 12 at night or earlier and even if i could i dont know if it would help or change anything. also i have tried to sleep in daytime but no matter how hard i try it doesnt work out.  so after this long story i would like to ask how i could create tulpa fast and easy to help with this issue or can someone create a tulpa for me and send it for me to help me with those issues. i would be grateful. if this post doesnt fit here or brakes some rules then sorry. if nobody cant or doesnt want to help thats fine to. all help and responses are appriciated.

Re: tulpa for healing
« Reply #1 on: July 02, 2015, 08:53:26 AM »
This fits Questions and Answers better, so I will move it there.

A tulpa doesn't necessarily fix anything, they're not some magical beings capable of that. They also shouldn't really be created just to help you with your issues, they are your friends rather than tools to use. You also can't send a tulpa to another person, as said, they are not magical beings capable of that and technology of today doesn't really allow us to send parts of our imagination to other brains.

Go see a doctor for your issues.

Re: tulpa for healing
« Reply #2 on: July 02, 2015, 10:43:48 AM »
thanks for your reply and i would understand why you would say to me to go to doctor but it isnt that easy for me. you see my family doctor is a dork who doesnt send anyone to any other doctor if needed. for her playng donctor is way more important than being one. i have also red that tulpas are tought creatures made by toughts and they can be sent to others with good healing toughts so i think its possible to do. if you think it isnt then its cool.  i respect that.  if anyone can send me tulpa then please do so. i would also treat tulpa as a friend and friends need to help eatchother in hard times.  thats whats friends are for dont you think. but thanks for your input.

Re: tulpa for healing
« Reply #3 on: July 02, 2015, 12:48:48 PM »
You can read a lot of shit online. I wouldn't suggest believing a lot of it.

Re: tulpa for sexual
« Reply #4 on: July 02, 2015, 01:06:31 PM »
thanks for your reply and i would understand why you would say to me to go to doctor but it isnt that easy for me. you see my family doctor is a dork who doesnt send anyone to any other doctor if needed. for her playng donctor is way more important than being one. i have also red that tulpas are tought creatures made by toughts and they can be sent to others with good healing toughts so i think its possible to do. if you think it isnt then its cool.  i respect that.  if anyone can send me tulpa then please do so. i would also treat tulpa as a friend and friends need to help eatchother in hard times.  thats whats friends are for dont you think. but thanks for your input.

Take anything Colonel says about tuppers with lots of salt. He has ethics about tuppers, you see, and is quite willing to openly tell people what tuppers are and aren't for.

That's where I come in, so that you won't be led astray by such statements. Here's the truth, and only the truth: you can create a tupper for any reason you want, use it for any reason you want, and get rid of it for any reason you want. Other people feeling ill about you doing things with your imagination shouldn't dictate what you do in your mind. Tuppers are a personal thing, first of all, and are different to everyone. The one trait that tuppers tend to share is that the hosts carry a strong illusion of their tuppers being autonomous. This in turn is often due to the hosts wanting to believe that, and once that conviction becomes set in stone, it becomes very hard for the hosts to remove the tuppers again. But why would they? They've come to believe their tuppers are separate and unchangeable, and form a good friendship in 99.99% of cases. That's all fine and well, but it often results in ethics happening. And ethics are shite, because they limit you.

That's not to say creating a tupper that feels autonomous without falling prey to ethics is impossible; rather, I just recommend creating a tupper from habit instead of narrating out into thin air and waiting for something to happen out of the blue. You're welcome to read my guide for more information about that.

"Sending good healing thoughts" isn't that simple. For it to happen, both the sender and receiver have to be gullible enough to believe it works. If you're a skeptic who will just go like "I don't feel any different." if someone tries to "send" a tupper to you, I'm quite sure the attempt would be a waste of time. On the other hand, if you're more likely to say something such as "I think I'm feeling something now." when subjected to the same procedure, it will probably work, because you believe so. And you seem to be quite interested in it, so there's a fair chance it could pay off in your case.

Instead of doing that, though, I'd recommend just making a tupper on your own. A tupper that can help you cope with your sleeping problems in some way. There's absolutely nothing wrong with doing that. Have it be a tupper that could make you as comfortable as possible whenever it would be present. Like a sort of aura or something. Then it could use that ability whenever you want to fall asleep. Or maybe you could try to delve into lucid dreaming and establish the tupper via dreaming, and have it help you stay asleep. I dunno. Just thinking out loud. Your imagination's the limit.

Re: tulpa for healing
« Reply #5 on: July 03, 2015, 12:56:46 AM »
how do you know its shit. have you ever tryed any of it. sending tought creatures is possible and tulpas are tought creatures btw

Re: tulpa for healing
« Reply #6 on: July 03, 2015, 01:01:02 AM »
fede thanks for your reply.  it was insightful. im indeed skeptical but im tryng to change that skeptisism. if someone would be willing to send me tulpa then i would be willing to try to belive it and not be so skeptical. it would not hurt to try but thanks for your response. i may try to do tulpa myself but i dont know if im strong enough and good enough to do it.

Re: Tupla for eating
« Reply #7 on: July 03, 2015, 02:12:58 AM »
fede thanks for your reply.  it was insightful.

I hope it made sense. I'm better at phrasing myself some days than others.

im indeed skeptical but im tryng to change that skeptisism. if someone would be willing to send me tulpa then i would be willing to try to belive it and not be so skeptical. it would not hurt to try but thanks for your response. i may try to do tulpa myself but i dont know if im strong enough and good enough to do it.

What you have to remember is that even if you were to partake in a tupper-sending experiment, you'd still be creating the tupper in your mind on your own. The tupper wouldn't just be transmitted through the air and land directly in your head; you would just believe so hard a tupper transfer is imminent that you would cause it to happen in your head by yourself. Tuppers are things in your mind, nothing more.

Sure, we're able to transmit some kind of data and influence each other thanks to radiation of various waves from our body, but the information is primitive and could never in a million years be sophisticated enough to contain an entire concept (a tupper). If you've ever heard of someone sending a tupper to another person, it's simply because the one receiving the tupper was credulous enough to accept the idea of them "receiving" a tupper. They believed they had received a tupper, and their belief is what created the tupper in their mind, not the transfer. There was no transfer of any tupper. Maybe a transfer of some other stuff, but definitely not something as complex as a mental entity.

So, when I recommend that you're better off making a tupper on your own, it's simply so that you can skip the step of having to involve someone else in the process of creating your tupper. Just make it on your own instead of delving into an experiment where someone attempts to "send" one to you. Plus, if you make it yourself, it becomes more personal. There's no need to complicate the process with all kinds of mental experiments.

Also, I don't think Colonel meant that it's shit. Just that you should take everything you read online with a grain of salt. Anyone can write anything online, but that doesn't necessarily mean what they write is true. It comes down to how willing you are to assume good faith in people.
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Re: tulpa for healing
« Reply #8 on: July 03, 2015, 02:32:15 AM »
thaks for your response and yes i think  he has a point that not to belive everything i read online . im kinda afraid to create the tupper couse it might be to hard for me and its hard for me to keep away toughts what could get in a way of creating one. what would be the fastest and easiest way to create one

Re: tulpa for healing
« Reply #9 on: July 03, 2015, 08:11:48 AM »
There is no single method that is the fastest for everybody. You're just going to have to try things and see what works for you.

Re: tulpa for healing
« Reply #10 on: July 03, 2015, 08:36:12 AM »
im tryng my best and try to do what i can.  creating tulpa is difficult and time taking progress as far as i have studied it.

Re: tupper for dicking
« Reply #11 on: July 03, 2015, 08:54:44 AM »
It depends on what you want. If you have a clear idea of what kind of tupper you want, parroting is the most efficient approach, largely because it's the most direct one. If you don't have a clear idea of what kind of tupper you want, though, then narration is usually the best alternative.

Parroting can be summarised as simply imagining your tupper in your environment or in a wonderland, have the tupper employ the personality, form, voice, etc. you want it to have, and interact with it as often as possible. Narration is the same, except instead of making the tupper do things instantly, you put as much restraint on yourself as possible and instead just talk to the tupper, and let it respond or react on its own when your imagination sees fit to make it do so.

Re: tulpa for healing
« Reply #12 on: July 04, 2015, 01:18:54 AM »
thanks for the explanation . i think i try parroting couse its easier for me to do

Re: tulpa for yep
« Reply #13 on: July 04, 2015, 09:04:42 AM »
Excellent.

Re: tulpa for healing
« Reply #14 on: July 04, 2015, 10:09:24 AM »
also i would like to go back to my previous point. i say this before yes its true that you shouldnt belive everything you read online but the stuff i red about tulpas being tought creatures and you can send them is true. tulpas are made of wishes and toughts arent they so i totaly stand by this and belive it is so.  i also belive that person who wants to send tulpa must be verry experienced in it and in order to recieve it the reciever must belive in this strongly. some people have sayd that send tulpa to head or something similar but what i ment to send one physicly couse i belive one can do it if one is experienced enough to do so. but yeah.  but this sending tulpa to the head stuff was brought up in another tulpa forum  when i was disgusting the same topic there but i point it out in this forum as well but yeah. thats my take on it or should i say thats the way it is or tulpas work . atleast its the way i see it and understand it from my point of view
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