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(08-14-2012, 05:30 PM)Maybebaby Wrote: How long is this method then?

I personally spent about 1-2 weeks in the puppeting phase, with about 5-10 hours every day. Then I spent maybe another couple weeks with my tulpae non-puppeted, for the same amount of hours every day, before moving on to imposition.

Otherwise the method is as long as you feel it needs to be, I always recommend going with your instincts when dealing with tulpae, rather than listening to a guide or a statistic.
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(08-14-2012, 05:38 PM)JD1215 Wrote: 5-10 hours every day

Holy fuck
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I love how this is almost the same as Fede's guide except it isn't met with the same hate.
Anyways, I think I'm going to switch to this method after struggling with FAQman's for the past 2 months.
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Just read this. I think I might have to *borrow* your interpretation of parroting, and apply it with my guide, i.e. still doing traits. If I hadn't read this, I'd probably still forget that parroting isn't always a horrible sin. Thanks man.
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(08-14-2012, 11:56 PM)Lunanite Wrote: Just read this. I think I might have to *borrow* your interpretation of parroting, and apply it with my guide, i.e. still doing traits. If I hadn't read this, I'd probably still forget that parroting isn't always a horrible sin. Thanks man.

I think a mix of base traits and parroting would work well. They "become who they are through living" once they're sentient anyway, after all. Might as well mix that experience in from the start.
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(08-14-2012, 05:38 PM)JD1215 Wrote: I personally spent about 1-2 weeks in the puppeting phase, with about 5-10 hours every day. Then I spent maybe another couple weeks with my tulpae non-puppeted, for the same amount of hours every day, before moving on to imposition...

Sheesh that's a lot of hours! Out of curriosity, did you do those 5 to 10 hours straight through? Or did you do them in intervals throughout the day? And secondly, how much of that 5 to 10 hours was daydreaming your tulpa, in ratio to the actual tulpaforcing? And finally, in respect to who can do your guide, could someone who was pretty far into the forcing process adopt your method? Or would you consider it a bad idea...?
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(08-14-2012, 10:28 PM)WhiiteRussian Wrote: I love how this is almost the same as Fede's guide except it isn't met with the same hate.
Anyways, I think I'm going to switch to this method after struggling with FAQman's for the past 2 months.

That's probably because of his negative reputation among some people, plus he has no results to show for his process (or at least hasn't said much about it).

(08-15-2012, 04:21 AM)Moon Shooter Wrote: Sheesh that's a lot of hours! Out of curriosity, did you do those 5 to 10 hours straight through? Or did you do them in intervals throughout the day? And secondly, how much of that 5 to 10 hours was daydreaming your tulpa, in ratio to the actual tulpaforcing? And finally, in respect to who can do your guide, could someone who was pretty far into the forcing process adopt your method? Or would you consider it a bad idea...?

The hours were mainly consistent, with sprinkles of daydreaming throughout my schooldays. Most of it was done in the afternoon however, where I had a lot of quiet time to myself. I would also spend about 2-3 of the hours at night lying in bed. What determines whether you should adopt this method is whether or not your tulpa is already showing sentience. If your tulpa has not moved or spoken on its own yet, I would give you the green light. On the other hand, I'd say it's a risk to puppet a tulpa who is displaying sentience.
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I'll be sure to refer to this thread if I need a guide for my tulpaforcing. Well done! Very easy to understand, I like that.
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(08-14-2012, 10:28 PM)WhiiteRussian Wrote: I love how this is almost the same as Fede's guide except it isn't met with the same hate.
People don't like me.
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(08-15-2012, 11:22 AM)Fede-lasse Wrote: People don't like me.

You tend to also be rather rude against people and their methods, thus they give back what they receive. But we like you.
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