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I want to thankyou for everything you guys have done. I know I will make some very close friends on here. Screw the concept of distance! If you guys can have such a big impact on me then what does it matter if we may not be in the same room.
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I do want to make this clear though. I hate that we have to hide ourselves from society. Culture whether it be American culture or otherwise has been built upon art and literature. Imagination in my opinion is important to society and Tulpas whether people acknowledge them or not are part of the process of making art and producing creative works.
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My calling is in art and writing, but I want to make it so that no one has to hide their imaginative hearts. Whether or not I am accepted in society is something I have little value in. Especially now that I have nothing to lose. I doubt that anyone could hurt me again. At least not like my Face book family has. I am alive today because of my wonderland and the Tulpas that inhabit it. I am bullet proof. I dare society to fire away their machine guns. I wont fall because I am fire proof.
09-29-2017, 05:21 PM
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People just have very little respect for thoughtforms and, quite honestly, any sort of intensive brain activity that doesn't come at the onset of a skill which has direct physiological influence; it's life, it's society, and we can only hope that changes. In a way, however, I like how things are now-a-days; I like how it pretty much forces you to learn how to live with yourself, in a way.

Quote:Whether or not I am accepted in society is something I have little value in. Especially now that I have nothing to lose. I doubt that anyone could hurt me again. At least not like my Face book family has.

It is very clear by these sentences that you DO care about being accepted in society, and that's not a bad thing; don't be so naive and rash, this sounds like something an edgy 12 year old would write. Consider once more what I said about simply letting it go before you hurt yourself socially in a serious way.
09-29-2017, 07:40 PM
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(09-29-2017, 11:04 AM)RaveCrazedDave Wrote: It isn't something regarded as normal or healthy...
Sir, that's subjective and culture dependant. Also, unhelpful advice to someone who's already revealed the info and looking for damage control advice.

Quote:A tulpa is an imagined entity that is (probably and hopefully, anyway), your friend. That doesn't mean they're not real, but that they stem from your imagination. That's what tulpas are most of the times, a friend that is IMAGINARY!
Come closer so I can slap you. You seem to want to bring this theory up frequently. But (1) you don't support it well, (2) it's off topic here.



You don't have to hide yourself from the world. This is a problem with all minorities, who are outsiders, other to the main culture. This means either you must keep it hidden from the less culturally sensitive, or face some backlash when you live publicly. Unfortunately, those who live with their minority on their skin don't have this choice.

But it is not so grim and dark as it appears. Most minorities are appreciated by most people in most places where they have some presence. It is the exceptions that you hear about on the news.

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09-30-2017, 12:06 AM
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Quote:Sir, that's subjective and culture dependant. Also, unhelpful advice to someone who's already revealed the info and looking for damage control advice.

It is clearly true in the culture in which he finds himself in, that's clearly what I'm talking about; we're not talking about disclosing a tulpa to a Buddhist monk here, are we now? And "just dropping the subject" I think is the right move, and I think it is sound advice, both for him and for people in his position. The best thing to do is to cease talking about it, and if anyone asks don't make a big deal out of it; that's how you interact with people. I'm concerned about helping people, not telling them they're in a fairy tale and to "just keep doing them and everything'll fall into place".

Quote:But (1) you don't support it well, (2) it's off topic here.

1. You're right, it's fucking magicks! 2. How? We're talking about someone who claims to have autism and OCD, and who seems to be new to the whole tulpa thing; I think the last thing he needs is people muddling things up with emotional dribbel about how "tulpas are not imaginary because they have feelings", or whatever other half arsed connections you guys love to make.

The OP asked a simple question: he asked if tulpas were just imaginary friends - and he really doesn't seem to be aware of what "just" imaginary friends seems to entail - I answered, yes, they're imaginary, "JUST" imaginary. What evidence do I need here? Do I need to provide you with evidence of imagination? Do I need to provide you with evidence of thoughts? What are you on about? What about your ridiculous claims? Don't those need evidence? I don't have the burden of proof here, I'm working with very simple, well understood, brain phenomena, you're the ones sperging out about "muh sentience" and stuff.

So you don't actually think tulpas stem from your imagination? Ok, well, not much I can tell you then; we clearly function at different frequencies.
09-30-2017, 01:12 AM
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I hope I did not start a debate. I just got over with dealing with one. If all of you think I should not be so open about my wonderland anymore than I will. At least until I manage to get my first book published.
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I am still learning the termanology all of you use, but I am not unfamiliar to how this all works. If its alright with you guys I think I can manage to make my own decisions. I think I have seen enough friendships riuned in the past week. We don't need to be hateful with one another. Especially because all of us are literally in the same boat. Everyone has their own method of doing things, but that does not mean any of us are wrong. There is many different ways to make a pie. All of them equally valid.

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Nothing wrong with a debate. If it's in the correct thread.

No one here (who is fully sane) thinks you should conceal your wonderland. We think you should consider the options and make your own decision. I mentioned calling it a paracosm to frame it differently.

These topics are fully worth talking about and explaining to people. But it's a lot of work. Not worth doing unless you are into it a lot. You will end up studying the ways of diplomacy and careful wording, and activism. Or you could be crushed under the weight of the social pressure, and learn about ways to fight that emotionally.

Or, you can tell your close friends, your new age hippy friends, and your furry friends about it (the safe choices), and leave the work of community promotion to the more invested.

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09-30-2017, 03:47 AM
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(09-30-2017, 03:47 AM)tulpa001 Wrote: Nothing wrong with a debate. If it's in the correct thread.

No one here (who is fully sane) thinks you should conceal your wonderland. We think you should consider the options and make your own decision. I mentioned calling it a paracosm to frame it differently.

These topics are fully worth talking about and explaining to people. But it's a lot of work. Not worth doing unless you are into it a lot. You will end up studying the ways of diplomacy and careful wording, and activism. Or you could be crushed under the weight of the social pressure, and learn about ways to fight that emotionally.

Or, you can tell your close friends, your new age hippy friends, and your furry friends about it (the safe choices), and leave the work of community promotion to the more invested.

Thanks, I do want to say you make a very valid point. I am in a government class already and if this could encourage me to do my homework I might as well study diplomacy as well as the politics that I am currently studying. Sucks being three chapter behind due to my work schedule and everything that has happened. I am going to be seeing a couple different psychiatrist, but mainly for my emotional health. Tulpas will be talked about, but as far as whether or not they are in my mind does not really matter at this point. 
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My parents right now are just concerned about my emotional health. My mother even agrees with all of you that its something that I can't be too open about. I told her some o the things you guys said after she came to accept my Tulpas. She is now very supportive and even thinks my praise report to be very beautiful. The way God spoke to me when it seemed like my life didn't matter is a miracle to say the least.
09-30-2017, 05:37 PM
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