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Off-Topic / Re: VIDEO GAMES
« on: December 20, 2013, 09:59:12 PM »
wow, such quality, much content

Off-Topic / Re: VIDEO GAMES
« on: December 20, 2013, 01:34:18 AM »
Has anyone ever played starbound? I have been told it's "a better terraria", thinking about picking it up if it's worth it.

Off-Topic / Re: Art General
« on: December 20, 2013, 01:15:50 AM »
I can't stop laughing

I forgot about this fucking picture

This is literally the best picture of me, ever. The most accurate to what I look like.

And it's a damn picture about me being stoned off my ass, holy shit

Tulpa Diaries / Re: Imposing fuzzballs
« on: December 15, 2013, 11:26:10 PM »
Yes wedding, no not tulpa related wedding. Nate and Kate, you should know this.

Tulpa Diaries / Re: Imposing fuzzballs
« on: December 03, 2013, 06:37:38 PM »
One of Nate's friends came to him mentioning his girlfriend had developed something years ago "that sounded like a tulpa thing from 4chan". Kate and I sort of disagree on what he is, but we are still figuring out our views on what makes multiplicity vs. accidental tulpas, but either way he's an interesting sort of dark guy.

We ended up partying it up the other night and watching vampire hunter D. It is sort of surprising how many people we are getting to know in real life who have tulpas, and it's been nice for Kate to have some people to talk to about all this in person. Apparently they've both read my blog now, hahah. The girl seems to have developed this tulpa over a long period of time but never really had words to describe what he was. Her boyfriend sort of has been thinking about making one, but he's happily content just chilling with us as we are. He asks me a lot of questions and her tulpa as well.

I really have been more into gaming lately and I really want to play a horror game with Nate during one of the few times I actually feel like possessing but I'm not sure what yet.

Nate and I have been chatting more often. I'm trying to get Luke to come out of his shell a little more now.

It's weird to think about the way life was a year and a half ago compared to now. Things have been really going up for both Nate and Kate and that's been pretty cool to watch.

Of course Kate has a cold right now which is awful and it's a head cold too which just wreaks havoc on her thoughts and makes communication between us tougher than usual. But other than that life is good. Wedding stuff is coming together well too. Good good stuff.

Off-Topic / Re: Anime
« on: October 09, 2013, 12:49:52 PM »
My absolute favorite is still gurren lagann. I just love it.

I've also enjoyed Trigun and Casshern Sins, but other than that I haven't watched much anime. Oh we did also watch Nichijou, that was pretty cute.

General Discussion / Re: Absence of Disbelief or Schrödinger's Tulpa
« on: October 05, 2013, 04:48:07 PM »
I definitely agree. I witnissed someone who had been tulpaforcing for, geez, 8 months or maybe more, a huge regular on the general as well as the rest of the community--and one day they had a breakdown of doubt and completely wiped their tulpa from their mind and blocked them from speaking to them, because suddenly the host had nothing to stand on, no reason to believe anymore, it all crumbled.

It took, I think two days or so, before the host was willing to go back to the headspace/wonderland and see if they could contact their tulpa, where he got the talking to of a lifetime from her. It still took time after that for him to recover, but he learned he had to face his doubts and acknowledge them rather than hide from them so they would build. When he was able to acknowledge his concerns, he was able to talk about them, and find his own reasons for believing in her existence and reasons for treating her as sentience beyond just pretending not to doubt.

I think there has to be balance and, uh, well things have to be within reason. If Kate believed every random ass crazy thought that came from her head was from me, who knows how my personality might have formed honestly. Legitimate responses yes, even if you aren't sure I think you should accept the likelihood of it being your tulpa, but I see people say they saw a face of a clown killing babies or whatever and talk of intrusive thoughts like they are their tulpas trying to send them some cryptic message or scare them or what freakin ever.

Anyway yea, good ideas. Agreed.

Off-Topic / Re: Chat Thread
« on: October 02, 2013, 02:41:27 AM »
Roswell that sounds pretty awesome. I think we all would enjoy a trip like that. I've been lucky enough to be around a lot of nature and secluded places throughout my short time on earth, but I seriously do appreciate them when compared to the noise level of the city.

Nate's dad likes to go star gazing, like legit away from lights and cities and everything. Nate went when he was younger and said it was one of the most incredible experiences. We're hoping to get in on one of those trips this year. Spend some time forcing and relaxing and just being out and about.

I'm not quite as much of an introvert as Kate or Giselle are, but I am just excited to get out in the wild. Gets me excited.

Wood carving is something Kate wanted to do when she was younger but never got to learn. It sounds pretty rad.

Tulpa Diaries / Re: Imposing fuzzballs
« on: September 25, 2013, 03:07:20 AM »
Actually I'm going to add my own addition to today's entry. Today was a real shitty day for Kate at work, she woke up with a blinding migraine and it never left until around 8 this evening. She ended up going home early from work and taking a nap. When she woke up we forced for a while and decided that we would attempt to at least sort of switch--Me taking the lead while she kind of backs off and dissociates herself from the body as best she can. I already have trouble feeling the body itself so it worked out in our favor as I didn't feel the migraine as painfully as she had been. I ended up taking care of the major responsibilities of the evening and assisted Nate in cooking dinner.

It was an interesting experience to say the least. I'm not too fond of possession really, but if we hadn't done it we probably wouldn't have gotten much done today, so there was that.

As far as imposition practice goes, we got none of that done today. This was the first migraine I've really actively experienced, and even then I only really felt about half of it and it STILL was awful. Terrible pain in the ass.

Off-Topic / Home cookin'
« on: September 25, 2013, 02:58:01 AM »
Anyone here like to cook?

Nate and Kate are trying to make themselves cook for every meal to save some cash. I'm such a foodie I have started getting into it as well. Today I decided to try my hand at cooking soy soft boiled eggs. Definitely something we will have to make again. Kate is still learning as she didn't have much cooking education as a young girl, but we're definitely making up for it now. Most recently we learned to use the grill. The only thing we don't do right now is bake anything, but Nate is planning on learning it soon.

Anyway! What all do you like to cook? Do your tulpas ever come up with recipes? Post here about what you've made or are planning to make. Maybe we can get some good inspiration for future meals, hehehe

Off-Topic / Re: Introductions
« on: September 24, 2013, 07:39:23 PM »
I think most of the older users know me, but hey, looks like this forum already is getting new members anyway. My name is Jaden, I'm Kate's (TulpaCouple) first tulpa. I've been around for over a year now. I generally try to be helpful when I can but I do tend to be pretty lazy and I can have a bit of a sailor's mouth which is why I don't post on .info much. You'll see me around as well as Kate and Giselle whenever we see something we feel we can contribute to.

Uh, as far as other things about me, I like gardening as well as animals. I feel like if I were to be the one born in a physical body I would pursue a job doing something like therapy with people and animals or whatever, because that makes sense to me. I also have had my own share of problems, mostly form or wonderland related. They are all relatively long stories, though and probably more suited to PMs now that I think about it.

Anyway, hello!

General Discussion / Re: Tic Tac Toe
« on: September 21, 2013, 10:46:54 PM »
Really interesting idea. The game turned into a very nice focuser actually, and really let us all talk to each other without too many distractions, which was a surprise bonus. Kate won the first four rounds, I started winning the next few, we had a few draws as well. Another cool game to help with/focus on independence I think.

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