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RE: Ask Lumi's Tulpas
hi all, I would like to ask a question, maybe Tewi is the right person to address it, I have already read many guides and advice, however, although my tulpa has already spoken in the first month with his mental voice (quite distinct I could add) and a I've seen her move around now, I have not heard her for a couple of months now. I also tried the vocal guides and I have not lost interest in her, in fact I think I'm in love with her, so my question is why I can not hear her anymore? Why does it seem to be back in the beginning? my views are quite good, what am I missing? if you can help me, thank you.
04-09-2018, 02:05 PM
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RE: Ask Lumi's Tulpas
It's alright, we're all equally capable of answering tulpamancy-related questions.

So, often times people who see early success with vocality end up falling into ruts like you, because they keep expecting those same results to happen again. Early-on responses are often just your mind testing the waters with how to "be a tulpa", and not necessarily a sign your tulpa is now developed/vocal. So I would recommend you at least continue forcing as you were before without relying on/expecting that exact level of clarity in their voice if that makes sense. It is a goal, but just having experienced it once doesn't mean the ability for your tulpa to speak like that is actually in place per se.

But if how they were speaking before is what you want, then by all means keep it as an "expectation" when trying to hear your tulpa, as this is generally how you teach your mind how your tulpa should talk. Also, continue working with visualization if that's showing signs of autonomy, every bit of "autonomy" you experience helps you think of your tulpa as more autonomous, which helps your brain know what it should do more of.

In your recent thread you said "I never tried to think about how it could react", which is counter to what I'm suggesting here. Simply waiting for responses from your tulpa will never work; "anticipating" or "expecting" may be better words. They may also be similar words, however the difference is in the intent on your part, and some level of interaction. Peoples' minds aren't usually good enough at tulpamancy off the bat to simply guess what a tulpa speaking will be like. That works for some people, but for the majority it simply causes a long time without hearing your tulpa. You need to give your mind ideas of what it should be going for, basically. Expecting and/or anticipating what your tulpa would sound like when speaking, for example, can help a lot. It's a little short of actual parroting, where you envision your tulpa actually speaking to you, and imagine the back and forth scenario. That can work too, but it sometimes leads to doubt issues for the host on whether their tulpa is actually speaking or not. That's a pointless and unproductive worry, so I wouldn't recommend it unless you can keep those doubts in check.


Also, I recommend you make a Progress Report to both document your progress to keep you on track/motivated, and to ask questions in an environment where people can easily understand your overall scenario in more detail.

Hi guys, plain text is just me now! We've each got our own accounts: me, Tewi, Flandre, and Lucilyn. We're Luminesce's tulpas.
Here's our "Ask Thread", and here's our Progress Report (You should be able to see all of our accounts on the second page if you want)
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04-09-2018, 06:35 PM
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RE: Ask Lumi's Tulpas
(04-06-2018, 08:19 PM)Tewi Wrote: https://www.stevepavlina.com/blog/2005/0...ciousness/ This one has been on our desktop for as long as I can remember. The polyphasic sleeping ones are interesting, and the Graduating College in 3 Semesters one is kind of inspiring/useful. Obviously we're fans of the subjective reality stuff too. But otherwise, I don't have many specific recommendations, just read what interests you.

Levels of Consciousness, by Pavlina  is such a brilliant blog post I am like experiencing euphoria!  This is basically Maslow's hierarchy of needs, on steroids. What many people don't realize is the Maslow's pyramid doesn't just stop at self actualization, that it goes higher into transpersonal realms of existence, as if after self actualization, you are now moving into an upwards throw an inverted pyramid. I am so tempted to just repost the whole blog, because it felt that significant. My reaction was big, like a light. Like that scene in Jerry Maquire where he writes an epiphany and launches it to his colleagues and ends up getting fired. This is life changing stuff. This is magic!

I can so reasonably place myself into two of these place holders, and can show that I have been at each of the previous ones. I sometimes revisit past boxes. Sometimes I overlap, but not in a contiguous progressive way, which probably means this isn't necessarily a linear map of conscious reality; maybe it's a string that gets tangled. I don't know, but this seems particularly useful. I need it. And I need to share it. It's like discovering the TARDIS is bigger on the inside. I want to run out and tell someone, 'hey, come look at this;' my experience has taught me not to do that. People look at you funny.

Oh, well. There's acceptance. And maybe love. Love people where they're at. I don't know. Courage- the courage to try something new, Like tulpamancy?
04-10-2018, 04:48 PM
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RE: Ask Lumi's Tulpas
Thank you for your answer, Reisen, seems to make sense, just a curiosity, I know that every person is made in its own way but I should anicipare his reactions even in the active force?
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04-11-2018, 01:58 AM
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RE: Ask Lumi's Tulpas
If I'm understanding you right, yes you should "anticipate" responses at all times. However she didn't mean to do so so intently as to be parroting. It's moreso "expecting an answer". Parroting ("imagining an answer") is an option, but again some people have trouble with doubts when they parrot, so that's up to you.

Hi! I'm Lumi, host of Reisen, Tewi, Flandre and Lucilyn.
Everyone deserves to love and be loved. It's human nature.
My tulpas and I have a Q&A thread, which was the first (and largest) of its kind. Feel free to ask us stuff.
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