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Holding your tulpa's hand - Pendekar_Borneo - 03-17-2014

I started this method after I changed my tulpa's form to a more human like, but I think maybe I should share this method if someone is interested.
Now, I did use the leash technique when she was still in her pony form, but it doesn't work for me and this might be too oppressive and she might not agree with this now that she has a human body now.
So I instead switch to holding her hand while walking. Unlike the leash, I can feel her hands holding mine the all time. When I want to let go of her I just simply let go of my hands as usual.

The trick: Imagine your tulpa just beside you, then you grab your tulpa's hand. If you can feel her hands, then you're doing great. If not, don't worry, keep doing it till you do.

This is a form of interaction with your tulpa, so it might work.


RE: Holding your tulpa's hand - Anonymous - 03-24-2014

It comes down to,
"I have a preference for holding hands to remember my tulpa is there."

Weaksauce.

Disapproved.


RE: Holding your tulpa's hand - Linkzelda - 03-24-2014

Blank vote, I know there's another submission similar to it, but I'll just wait for the other responses.


RE: Holding your tulpa's hand - schlondark - 03-25-2014

Approved for tips and tricks, however nothing new as the leash thing was mentioned as a method by glitchthe3rd


RE: Holding your tulpa's hand - Sands - 03-26-2014

Ned, actually.

And the holding hands part has been mentioned by me in the very thread. I guess people will probably miss it because they won't bother to read more than the first post, so if you guys think the tip is solid then I guess there's really no other way for it to get noticed than to approve it for tips.

I'd suggest the writer to link back to Ned's leash guide in his first post, if I was a new guy I'd have no idea what the "leash thing" was and what that guide was about, so linking back to it would answer a lot of questions and make it obvious that this is another extra thing for that guide.


RE: Holding your tulpa's hand - NotAnonymous - 03-27-2014

This is only an inch away from a blank vote toward an approval for Tips and Tricks (count as approval for Tips and Tricks, just very barely), but really, there's hardly any content here other than "holding your tulpa's hand may help you keep them in your attention", which is something other people have recommended, and frankly, finding out what works best here will depend on the host and their tulpa.


RE: Holding your tulpa's hand - waffles - 03-29-2014

Yeah, bottom of the second page is a bit out of the way. I'll approve for Tips.


RE: Holding your tulpa's hand - Linkzelda - 03-29-2014

Approved for Tips.


RE: Holding your tulpa's hand - GGMethos - 04-03-2014

Fede talked about this already in his guide.

(03-24-2014, 10:57 AM)mayormorgan Wrote: It comes down to,
"I have a preference for holding hands to remember my tulpa is there."

Weaksauce.

Disapproved.

I agree. This has been said already many times. I'm going to have to dissaprove this.


RE: Holding your tulpa's hand - Melisandre - 05-03-2016

Although this was disapproved, I'm honestly using this for my tulpas and I can say for a fact that it's working.

I can feel Patrick's hand when I hold it. I can feel it pushing against mine.

And that, when I first realized it, nearly caused me to tear up.
Thank you. So much.