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[Focus & Concentration] How To Sustain Concentration While Forcing
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(06-12-2012, 07:05 AM)Lulu Wrote: The fuck is this! What is it with everyone making multiple tulpas? Are you not happy with the first one? Won't it/Doesn't get confusing?

No! More tulpas I say! Increase tulpa production 200%! The world will drown in tulpas!

But really though, it's worth it if you like fun. Are you against fun?
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I had fun once it was awful.jpg
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I have a pretty short attention span, between two tulpae and a servitor my mind practically keeps itself busy these days. Also had to be sure I left myself enough brainpower to continue to be a functioning adult (even if Luna does a good deal of my thinking for me already).
"Science isn't about why, science is about why not?" -Cave Johnson
Tulpae: Luna, Elise, Naomi
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I've been having the problem of not being able to focus whilst meditating myself. It's a little different though, I just can't seem to meditate at all .... I could pretty well before (Took a break, trying to get back into it now) but every time I try to meditate I just literally can't clear my head, I can't keep it empty before some thought comes blundering in, like "Is my head empty now? For example" Or something along those lines. Anyone got any tips on emptying my mind so I can move onto getting back into my wonderland?
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(06-11-2013, 12:47 PM)Takuto Wrote: I've been having the problem of not being able to focus whilst meditating myself. It's a little different though, I just can't seem to meditate at all .... I could pretty well before (Took a break, trying to get back into it now) but every time I try to meditate I just literally can't clear my head, I can't keep it empty before some thought comes blundering in, like "Is my head empty now? For example" Or something along those lines. Anyone got any tips on emptying my mind so I can move onto getting back into my wonderland?
What helps me clear my mind is just breathing steadily and not trying to force thoughts out of my head, vut letting them pass through. I simply accept and acknowledge the thought and move on. Try thinking of your tulpa too, could help.
Name: Sera
Form: Human Female
Age: Since May 28th, 2013, roughly
Stage: Discipline with forcing every day, narration and asking questions constantly

I think therefore I am, I think therefore she'll be.

que sera sera

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(06-12-2012, 07:12 AM)ThatOneGuy Wrote: You tend to get a different perspective after having one.

What about what's written in your signature? Is it true? Confused

Still dreaming..
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Its advice that is common for any meditation. Though for the concentration category, this would be useful. But it’s more of a tips since doing things gradually and building up to more time into forcing is pretty much a given anyway.

Disapproved for a guide submission, approved for tips sub forum. I can empathize that during the time the guide submission was posted, a lot of people needed to get quick insight while the communal competence of tulpas was slowly growing. But things have changed rapidly, not monumental, but pretty quick.
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It's a good tip that I have used myself as well. Not a guide, but it would fit in the tips and tricks forum.

Also, seeing that this was written back when you were told to force for very long times, the times you should be spent forcing without breaks are long in this one, way too long for some. If you can easily focus at the start and you don't need to spend time to get going but you easily lose steam, force for shorter amounts of time (not 30 minutes if you can't do it) and keep a little five minute break. Follow your gut feeling here.
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Approved for Tips. It's a good tip.
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Approved for Tips section.

There's a lot of ways to deal with this problem, including: changing expectations/beliefs, developing better habits, or the best one that I know: letting your tulpa actually make interaction *interesting* - as long as you have the last, interaction with your tulpa isn't a chore and you'll be able to naturally stay focused.
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