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[Forcing] Generally helpful forcing technique (but mostly for Visualisation and Imposition)
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(08-23-2012, 01:03 PM)Purlox Wrote: If you are doing Imposition, then opened, otherwise closed. (Unless you can visualise your tulpa with your eyes open more easily than with them closed)

Err imposition is the later part right? I've just begin to forcing only 2 hours but my mind either strays or I keep forgetting how my tulpa should look like and have to look at the picture again and again.
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(08-23-2012, 01:07 PM)Autumnides Wrote: Err imposition is the later part right? I've just begin to forcing only 2 hours but my mind either strays or I keep forgetting how my tulpa should look like and have to look at the picture again and again.

Yes, Imposition is one of the last things you do.
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"Sounds fun! We'll give it a try. :3 Oh, Purlox, it's you! Look, look! I'm proxying! :3"

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Elise: Female Skykitty, 2 Years Old (10/28/12) Stage: Visualization
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#24
Well, it certainly made me feel as if I was making more rapid progress, so thanks.
Tulpa: Liviana (Colgate)
Form: Pony (My avatar)
Progress: Imposed
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Let me see if I get this straight, I'm supposed to force as I normally do (haha, "normal") but my tulpa has to warn me when I'm going off track and losing focus?
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#26
@Splooshie123: Correct, but the tulpa should also be close to you (visually), because it helps in seeing them.
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#27
What, did you think I would force with her on the other side of the room? Smile
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As I understand, but it doesn't state anywhere in this thread, your Tulpa should definitely have to be at least somewhat sentient for this technique to be performed successfully. Would that be correct? My reasoning is the fact that you said "They can shake your head, tell you your thoughts are drifting away, give you some emotional response, head pressure etc.", but they would have to be sentient to do this of course. Anyway, I just feel like somebody should state that for a little clarity.

So, in shorter terms: is my Tulpa supposed to be sentient before I attempt this technique or not?
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#29
I assume that tulpa is sentient from the beginning so it doesn't really matter to me, but if you don't assume this then the answer to your question is that it certainly helps if they are already sentient, but it isn't requirement for this technique.
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Ok, thanks Purlox. Also, another small question: is it actually fairly important that the Tulpa have their hands on your head or is that somewhat minor? I would assume that it is important, but I just want to be sure that it's essential to the success of this whole technique.

Thanks again in advance.
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