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Off-Topic / Re: The Change Agent
« on: November 04, 2015, 09:59:09 AM »
I suppose having several years of experience with introspection and focusing on the imaginary can't hurt. I support what Sands said. The more you immerse yourself in the imaginary, the easier it'll be to forget about the body.

Off-Topic / Re: The Change Agent
« on: November 02, 2015, 03:25:03 PM »
Do your best, Fede, we'll all be rooting for you!  :smiley:

Tulpa Diaries / Re: Adventures in Psyche Schisms
« on: June 19, 2015, 07:08:55 AM »
They're just jealous of your cute imaginary friend.

Dreams are just dreams, I don't think your tulpa will be heavily traumatized by them, or something. I never even heard of these potential problems before, and I don't think you should be concerned here, anyway. Hang out with her whenever you want, and don't be afraid of what seems to be a ghost story. No need to turn her off or attempt to do so. It's interesting to see how fast you are adapting to this thing, and how quickly she is becoming a constant in your life. Do keep us updated on anything interesting that happens.

Tulpa Diaries / Re: Adventures in Psyche Schisms
« on: June 18, 2015, 07:06:23 AM »
I think it's almost impossible for a tulpa to hate a host who spends all that effort creating them, nurturing and teaching them, and basically giving them all this loving care. Don't worry about it.

Eating and experiencing things together is always good. Your brain is better at simulating tastes and things than you would think, if you consider how vivid things can be in dreams. Even if you have trouble tasting anything when you imagine it, you can think that things are a lot more vivid for your tulpa, and they will be able to experience imagined things rather easily. That's how it is for my group, at least.

It's always fun to try new things with your tulpa, or have her try new things. Maybe take her back to a memory where you did something exciting, and experience it with her. Go back to memories of amazing food or heck, a fun theme park ride. There's a lot of possibilities.

Tulpa Diaries / Re: Adventures in Psyche Schisms
« on: June 18, 2015, 06:20:21 AM »
I'm not sure if being happy someone is around is a personality trait, seems more like a friendship. It's very good to hear it's becoming easy to imagine her with you, you seem to be well on your way. How does it feel to interact with her, right now? Compared to when you first started?

Keep it up, Alexius.

Tulpa Diaries / Re: Adventures in Psyche Schisms
« on: June 17, 2015, 12:36:38 PM »
The more attention you give your tulpa, the faster things will progress. Keeping your mind on tulpas, thinking about the phenomenon, reading about it all, being excited... That all seems to contribute to how fast things will go, as well. The more you're involved in the process and are eager to move forward, the faster things tend to go. The more aspects of your tulpa's personality you cover, the more you tell her, the more you interact together, the faster you will find she has a comprehensive personality.

Of course, there's the eternal "it's different for everybody", but spending as much time as you can can't hurt.

Tulpa Diaries / Re: Adventures in Psyche Schisms
« on: June 16, 2015, 09:47:11 AM »
Honestly, when it comes to certain things in your imagination, the sky's the limit. You can see, feel and think whatever you want in your mind, and so can your tulpa. Perhaps it's more helpful to consider she is allowed to sense-share, rather than wondering whether she is able. You can only acknowledge that it's possible for her to imagine sharing your senses, and give her the explicit freedom to do so. Perhaps you can have her follow you around as you go about your daily life at first, or keep her in your wonderland, giving her free reign to move around where she wants to go. Choose for yourself how you want to guide her in these early stages.

Maybe it's a good idea to think about the implications of that, and come up with ways of how something like that can happen. It's indeed good to give your tulpa freedom, especially in the mind, to do what she wants, as Sands said. What I meant was something slightly different, though. I was thinking that to create someone who is outgoing and energetic, you would really need to engage her yourself. Do fun things with her, tell her exciting stories and listen to upbeat music. Talk to her about what it means to be outgoing, a people person, to be motivated and passionate. Explore how she would manifest those ideals, and give her the choice as to how she would like to make those things a part of her, if she does.

Parroting is a fine and valid method, as is narration. Over time, your tulpa will grow into their own independent person, regardless of which of these you pick, as long as you maintain a healthy mindset. Of course, either option will be different in how it shapes the early forcing process, with parroting being more 'rewarding' early on when it comes to interaction, and narration leaving a lot of room for you to meditate on her, yourself, and the world around you. Of course, things are not black and white, and techniques can be combined. Perhaps you could try that?

You shouldn't be afraid of your mind and what happens in it. Don't be scared of parroting or terrified of things going wrong, look at what's happening to you as you go about this with an eager and open, yet critical mind. There's no use to worrying and doubting, and careful thinking and considering possibilities can help put your mind at ease. What your tulpa is capable of right now might not be much, but you can guide her in whichever way you want to stretch your imagination.

Tulpa Diaries / Re: Adventures in Psyche Schisms
« on: June 16, 2015, 01:24:49 AM »
Welcome to the community. What information have you found to be contradicting? If anything confuses you, feel free to ask any questions you have. Short sessions of personality forcing like that are good, but it would be valuable to spend as much time as you can talking to your tulpa in your daily life. Getting into the habit of talking to them sooner rather than later is a good thing, and it can't hurt development to speak to her when you have a moment to yourself when you commute or something.

Tulpa and wonderland aren't capitalized. I don't know if a fun wonderland will be as valuable as engaging your tulpa in a way that allows her to be active and outgoing. A wonderland might help, to a degree, but your own influence is paramount.

Off-Topic / Re: Cats
« on: June 02, 2015, 09:29:52 AM »
If I mate with a cat, will a catgirl come out?

Off-Topic / Re: Cats
« on: June 01, 2015, 03:40:21 PM »
But I want to be a cat mommy...

Off-Topic / Re: Cats
« on: June 01, 2015, 03:55:06 AM »
Thanks for the cat advice. I'll be sure to show this to our mother when we do decide to adopt a cute young cat and submit it to the horrors of inside life.

I'm sure my whole group will like playing with it, so it won't starve for attention or care. I'm sure we'd be good cat mommies.

Off-Topic / Re: Chat Thread
« on: June 01, 2015, 03:53:24 AM »
We're leaving to the BIG CITY for a few days. I'm going to take my entrance exams for medical school and sit in a hotel. I'm pretty nervous.

Temp, you can include all you like in your diary, as long as you don't make it a huge wall of text personal blog (see .info). We might be posting more lucid dreaming stuff in ours in the future, if that's alright.

General Discussion / Re: A questionnaire for tulpas
« 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.

General Discussion / Re: A questionnaire for tulpas
« 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.

Tulpa Diaries / Re: Doujin and friends
« on: May 30, 2015, 03:15:17 PM »
I am somewhere between this and this.

Sen's face looks similar to these two, including freckles, but with the white hair and blue eyes combo.

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