Mass Intro' and Returns Thread
Shyguy, such an interesting experiance, welcome back!  I had a very similar experiance with my tulpae.  Similar symptoms, my tulpae immediately began helping, 4 months in and we get stronger weekly.  There allways road bumps, but tulpae seem to be very forgiving.
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(08-31-2018, 03:00 PM)Fantastic Night Dreams Wrote: Hello there! I'm Mel, and I've been interested in Tulpas for quite sometime. At first, I thought it was a very good piece of fiction, something that was just a theory for how a certain entity came to exist. When I found recently that they are real things and that I could potentially have one, that piqued my interest even further. Right now, I have no tulpa. I'm still on the fence about making one. It seems like a tough commitment, like choosing to have a pet or a child.

For now, I'd think I would like to just forum lurk here for a bit until I make my decision whether or not to make my own. I'll be sure to post about my journey for it when and if it does happen. I hope we all get along, and that this would be an interesting experience!

Hi Mel. Nice to meet you.
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Names are Endi ("Host"), Ime, Naja, Knuckles, and Warin

I'm 24, I've actually only known about tulpamancy for about 2 years. When I made Ime (my first) I began to remember the "accidental tulpas" that I've had throughout my life. Remembering them seemed to trigger, for lack of a better term, them to try to communicate and reach me.  Very slowly,  because I was already getting headaches from forcing and creating a baby tulpa, I allowed the others through, and don't plan on making any more for a while :p

[Knuckles]
Hi! because of our host's active imagination and daydreaming habit (two of us are based on a lot of fiction), a few of us began to act on our own volition (not as gracefully now that I look back on it) years before, like when Endi was in their mid-teens.  There was a point in time when Endi got older that they decided to stop daydreaming because 'they were to old for stuff like "imaginary friends"'. And so we had been inactive for quite a while.  But here we are! I don't know what else to add here other than I'm in my mid 20s - early 30s at least that's how I feel mentally. I'm already about to talk way too much so I'm handing the "mic" back to Endi haha

[Endi]
It's nice to meet everyone! I've actually lurked a bunch already and found a lot of helpful resources here and we've made some breakthroughs in forcing (that's such a weird term to me :p ).
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Hi Endi and friends,

We look forward to hearing from you!
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Hello!

I'm Asreal. 16, male, highschool student greatly interested in psychology and I'm still deciding whether or not tulpamancy's right for me - regardless, I want to learn more about the phenomenon, modern practice, and the community! I'm here to stay~ I look forward to chatting with you all!
Asreal - host - 6ft2in, age 16, male
Samael - tulpa - 7ft, age <1, male
Check out our progress report
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Cool avatar! Welcome!
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Hi everyone! I was a member of this forum about 4 years ago. I got back into my old account but decided to abandon it because, well, I was 15 then and really embarrassing (still am, I guess, but not as much). I'm here with Elsa, who is now about 4 and a half years old in real time, as well as Keith and Sylvia, who are both only a few months old. We decided to leave the community for a while, but are coming back to it now. Sylvia in particular is very interested in interacting with people "outside." Looking forward to getting to know all the new faces!
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Ex, welcome back! Most of the remaining daily posters hang out in 'last one to post wins.' Don't be wary of posting anything there. You will be assimilated. *cough* what?
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Hello! My name is alchemist and I recently heard about tulpas and tulpamancy from a friend and it immediately caught my interest. I don't have a tulpa yet, but I have been doing a lot of research on them as of late; how to create one, how to interact, what they do, pros and cons, etc. I'd like to know what I'm "getting into" first before I commit myself to creating one. They sound like a lot of work, but in a good way!
Right now, I'm joining a forum just to interact with other people who have or are interested in tulpas and give myself a sense of community surrounding the subject. I'm very eager to start making and interacting with my future tulpa, but lots of research and thinking should go into a big decision like this.
Meanwhile, I hope you all welcome me into your community! It's a little intimidating since I'm so new but hopefully I'll warm up and get the courage to post a little more. Smile
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(09-23-2018, 01:25 AM)alchemist Wrote: I hope you all welcome me into your community! It's a little intimidating since I'm so new but hopefully I'll warm up and get the courage to post a little more. Smile

We welcome you with open arms and open minds.

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