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Could a tulpa be active while the host's consciousness isn't completely awake?
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RE: Could a tulpa be active while the host's consciousness isn't completely awake?

The tulpas will believe it too, most of the time. They don't want to think that they're just going inactive without their host's attention, so they'll believe in and even defend these false memories as evidence of them remaining active, even if they aren't.

For us, we believed it, but always sort of felt deep-down that the memories weren't real. We wanted to believe they were so much, though, that we ignored that feeling. Eventually, we came to accept it.

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RE: Could a tulpa be active while the host's consciousness isn't completely awake?

I thought it was something like parroting but with false memories, without the tulpas actually believing it.
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RE: Could a tulpa be active while the host's consciousness isn't completely awake?

No. The whole myth would fall apart if the tulpas didn't believe it.

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