[Focus & Concentration] Couguhl's Guide to Tulpa Association for Regaining Focus
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(02-20-2013, 11:17 PM)Couguhl Wrote: For example - Ivan Pavlov, the Russian physiologist who developed this idea, would ring a bell and feed some meat to his dogs. The meat would make the dogs salivate. After a while, the dogs would begin to salivate once the bell had been rung, even if there were no meat in sight. They had been conditioned to salivate every time the bell rang.
You can do this with your mind as well.

I love how you didn't tell the rest of that story.
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(03-02-2013, 04:04 AM)Renfer112 Wrote: I love how you didn't tell the rest of that story.

Maybe he didn't know about extinction.
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(03-02-2013, 04:21 AM)Lacquer Wrote: Maybe he didn't know about extinction.

Well of course; this is assuming you don't consistently present the stimulus in a manner irrelevant of its conditioned response. Doing so would be a bit redundant.
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>tulpæ

No.

Definitely more of a tip than a guide. Has a bit of overlap with the tulpabracelets one and this one honestly is just much better, but I guess tulpabracelets is just one extra idea that could help someone who has read this one as well. So potentially both could be approved. I think this could be a nice thing to approve.

Just. Can we do something about >tulpæ
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Hopefully we can get staff to edit the tulpae thing, but yeah, approved for Tips & Tricks.
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We could always abuse GAT powers to fix >the ash.
Yeah, I like this. Approved for Tips.
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#17
Approved for Tips.

As Sands said, there's overlap with this guide and the tulpabracelets one, but not only that - there's at least another guide this week having a similar tip within it.

It's a well-known technique which you can probably find in other guides as well. Nevertheless, it may help someone to be aware of the technique by itself.
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Approved for tips.
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I wrote this back when "tulpæ" was more common, and it's strange that it's popping up again.
No matter. Corrected.

As a side note, did tips and tricks exist a year ago?
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Nope, there was nothing but "guides". We're now trying to sort that thing out.
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