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Could a tulpa help with bad habits?
I have a number of bad habits that I've picked up from early childhood I can't seem to drop no matter how hard I try, like nail biting and picking at various things.
Could having a tulpa help me with these habits, like say, reminding me that I'm doing this whenever it happens?

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05-19-2017, 04:36 AM
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RE: Could a tulpa help with bad habits?
Oh yeah. But Could and will are very different. The more developed your tulpa the more like a nagging husband/wife they will be.

Of course, if you are lucky, they might be skilled at just rewiring your subconscious.

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05-19-2017, 05:11 AM
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RE: Could a tulpa help with bad habits?
(05-19-2017, 05:11 AM)tulpa001 Wrote: Oh yeah. But Could and will are very different. The more developed your tulpa the more like a nagging husband/wife they will be.

Of course, if you are lucky, they might be skilled at just rewiring your subconscious.

Okay, thanks. I guess I'll keep that in mind.

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RE: Could a tulpa help with bad habits?
They could help you just like an actual friend could. Like say you asked a friend to tell you when you were biting your nails. So in practice it goes something like that would. Being a tulpa, they'll also be around you more often (probably) and personal things won't be as weird to them as to another person.

Goes without saying you don't create a tulpa specifically for stuff like this, but you can work together with them to improve yourself sure. I recommend that actually, and it can and should go both ways.

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RE: Could a tulpa help with bad habits?
Oh, heh...

Speaking of, I, uh, picked up my host's nail biting habit. Heh.

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RE: Could a tulpa help with bad habits?
Apparently it really does go both ways. But that's only a problem if she meant to stop it to begin with, really.

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05-19-2017, 07:48 PM
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RE: Could a tulpa help with bad habits?
One of my tulpas is a perfectionist, so she sarcastically notifies me when I'm being sloppy. Thanks to her, I've started to get rid of some of my habits like forgetting to shower or staying in bed till noon. Thing is, this is her natural personality. Depending on how you raise your tulpa, they may not even care, but you shouldn't actively turn them into an alarm clock. If they want to actively help you out, then sure, go ahead. Otherwise, you're better off not asking them.

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