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[General] JD's Tulpa Method
#31
Approved for guides, though the part at the end with "she" could be replaced with "they" or something like that.
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#32
Yeah I'll approve. Might rather want to think of changing tulpae into a plural that makes sense in English, instead of wondering about what pronoun to use. English is a kind of a tricky language when it comes to gender neutral pronouns, so sometimes people are just forced to use either he or she when writing stuff. Comes up often actually, not everyone wants to use they.
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#33
Approved for Guides.

This is a pretty decent parroting-based tulpa creation method. It doesn't have any potential issues Fede's guide has (because parroting/puppeting is stopped after the personality is somewhat developed) and there are enough people who have followed it successfully (and even reported most of the 'advanced skills' or the hallmarks of an independent tulpa).

If this guide were to be improved, maybe there would be a bit much on the auditory imposition/detailed voice part, but I'm not even sure one can do much more there than just practice a lot until it works consistently.

The part about "accidental puppeting/parroting" is interesting, but feels a bit incomplete - I'm not sure it would always work for everyone: someone needs to make sure they're not lying to themselves when they ask that question - usually one knows the answer unconsciously, or at a "gut" level, if an action is caused by themselves or their tulpa - once the tulpa starts gaining some independence/agency over their actions, it starts being more and more obvious. Common ways for people to overcome such issues include emotional responses/communication, essence/presence/signature/... feelings associated with the tulpa and their thoughts, involuntary/"alien" feelings associated with the tulpa during communication which cannot be replicated, or simply just not being able to control or influence them and so on.

Aside from that, the guide does cover a few topics (especially imposition) that aren't as commonly covered in other guides and it's also one of those guides where the author actually completed the method they're describing.
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#34
Approved. I don't really have anything to add.
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#35
Approved.
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#36
Approved for guides.
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#37
7/9 Approve for Guides
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#38
Really helpful guide, I didn't use it initially but after we got seriously bogged down, it was a life saver. We talked it over, my tulpa agreed to let me puppet her for a little while, and I followed the guide to the letter, until she began to wrestle control from me and I ceased all puppeting. It really helped us out.

(02-03-2014, 06:37 AM)Linkzelda Wrote: Approved for guides, though the part at the end with "she" could be replaced with "they" or something like that.

Technically, using "they" in place of "he" or "she" is improper in our confused, mixed-up mess of a language. Every English professor and teacher I've known has taught that a writer presenting a scenario involving a hypothetical person should choose "he" or "she" and stick with it instead of using "they" because of this (regardless of whose feelings it might hurt). Granted, in English convention it's usually considered proper to go with "he", but considering the amount of female tulpas here, I think "she" is more fitting in this guide.

TL;DR, 10/10 you're beautiful just the way you are and you've been so helpful, JD's guide.
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#39
(08-14-2012, 05:41 AM)JD1215 Wrote: Yo, I guess this is my attempt at transcribing a guide for a method of making tulpae that isn’t exactly traditional. Before you go on, I highly suggest you read Irish’s and FAQ Man’s guides first, because I’m not going to slow down and explain basic concepts and terminology that are covered everywhere else.
 

I am truly sorry to inconvenience you. I'm new, and did multiple searches for FAQ Man, and I'm not finding the guides you mention. Also new to the forum world, and terribly sorry if this message bothers you, could you post a link to where I can find this guide and do my homework before I ask another silly newbie question? Thank you so much. J.

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(04-16-2019, 06:56 AM)K92019 Wrote:  

I am truly sorry to inconvenience you. I'm new, and did multiple searches for FAQ Man, and I'm not finding the guides you mention. Also new to the forum world, and terribly sorry if this message bothers you, could you post a link to where I can find this guide and do my homework before I ask another silly newbie question? Thank you so much. J.

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FAQ Man's guides (and some other old ones) are listed on this page, but most of the information in them is outdated. That isn't to say that you won't get anything useful out of them, but take ideas established in older guides with a grain of salt. A lot of the community's preconceptions have changed in the 7-8 years since these guides were posted.
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