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[Forcing] Parroting Syndrome
#31
You know it, >subconsciously

I didn't know people have a problem with looking at bodies in their imagination and then getting aroused. That's pretty weird, but okay.

This guide doesn't say PARROTING IS THE EVIL like many early guides and such had a habit of doing, so that's nice. It just addresses the issue when you don't want to parrot, but you keep thinking you do. And has some extra symbolism in case it works for you. So I guess it's Tips and Tricks material in my eyes and I could approve of it, but come on. Just fix those couple of little spelling mistakes and bbcode derps.
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#32
I'll change my vote for Tips & Tricks if suggestions in,

http://community.tulpa.info/thread-parro...5#pid90305

and what Sands stated can be taken into consideration.
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#33
VERY SERIOUS.

Others pointed out typos and such. Yeah, I'll approve for Tips.
I put a Forcing tag on this. Is Sentience or something better?

Also insert tulpa succubus joke here.
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#34
Ok I fixed it. Surprised some people still have problems with doubt and stuff. I thought all ponies were perfect.
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#35
I remember reading this nearly two years ago and it actually really helped me a lot. I totally forgot about where I had read it though. Definitely approved for tips and tricks.
"Assert the supremacy of your Imaginal acts over facts and put all things in subjection to them... Nothing can take it from but your failure to persist in imagining the ideal realized."

-Neville Goddard
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#36
Reluctantly approved for Tips and Tricks.

This is a symbolism-based method for getting rid of 'puppeting'.

It seems to work for some people, although I have no idea if it was entirely effective for the author of this guide.

Overall, I do think the method is valid, that is "convincing oneself" that they're not doing an action can sometimes result in one stopping feeling agency for an action, and in some cases, that may let a tulpa move/act by themselves or at least prevent the host from interfering.

However, I do think that the method only works when the belief that one isn't doing something is implicit (not merely explicit), that is, it has to be something expected or unconsciously/preconsciously "believed", rather than something one tells themselves on a conscious level without truly believing it deep down.

That said, there are more effective ways of dealing with parroting issues, such as getting the tulpa to develop their agency/will while they get as many methods of communication as possible and letting them coherently use those communication modalities at the same time (especially if it happens in parallel to your own thoughts) - in those cases, it becomes very hard to even conceive you could be parroting since you can't really split your focus and be 2 people at the same time and you keep getting surprised.
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#37
Yeah, very symbolism based. I'll approve for tips and tricks, it might work for someone.
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#38
Approved for tips and tricks.
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#39
7/9 Tips it is, nice submission with new edit by the way.
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