Hello There, Guest! Register

[Narration] Schlondark on Narration
CyberD Offline
Daniel & Noah
Registered

Posts: 330
Threads: 3
Joined: Oct 2012
#11
 
RE: Schlondark on Narration
Sands makes a good point. I've never seen anyone call it anti-parroting propaganda before but I agree with his point.

I'd like to hear from Schlondark on this.
03-15-2014, 09:05 PM
Find Reply
schlondark Offline
Member
Registered

Posts: 191
Threads: 5
Joined: Jul 2012
#12
 
RE: Schlondark on Narration
It's perfectly fine for either, but I won't vote on it because I feel it would be unfair (or something.)
03-17-2014, 06:12 AM
Find Reply
Sands Offline
And Roswell
Registered

Posts: 2,112
Threads: 10
Joined: Jun 2012
#13
 
RE: Schlondark on Narration
Well, we're not asking for you to vote, we're asking which one you think it would fit better. I see you did make an edit about the parroting thing, so good job.

Two seem to be preferring tips and tricks, one is for guide over the rest and two people are unsure and could go either way. And CyberD is prbably also unsure, so 3. It's already basically approved, we just have to find it a category. And it can only really be one or the other.

The THE SUBCONCIOUS ochinchin occultists frt.sys (except Roswell because he doesn't want to be a part of it)
03-17-2014, 10:35 AM
Find Reply
Linkzelda Offline
>MFW Image Streaming
Registered

Posts: 2,006
Threads: 31
Joined: Oct 2012
All Accounts Posts: 2,064
#14
 
RE: Schlondark on Narration
Yeah schlondark, up to you, man.


03-17-2014, 01:18 PM
Find Reply
CyberD Offline
Daniel & Noah
Registered

Posts: 330
Threads: 3
Joined: Oct 2012
#15
 
RE: Schlondark on Narration
If you're having trouble deciding I'd go tips and tricks. Each point, especially in the last section, can be used independently, thus tips/tricks instead of a step by step guide.
03-20-2014, 11:11 AM
Find Reply
June Offline
not Jacob
Registered

Posts: 39
Threads: 10
Joined: Dec 2013
#16
 
RE: Schlondark on Narration
Do I have to imagine it ifront of me when I read?
05-05-2014, 12:14 AM
Website Find Reply
Vos Offline
Antediluvian
Global Moderators

Posts: 1,152
Threads: 15
Joined: May 2012
#17
 
RE: Schlondark on Narration
That's optional, but doing that will probably help you direct thoughts to the tulpa, so go for it.
05-05-2014, 01:27 AM
Find Reply
June Offline
not Jacob
Registered

Posts: 39
Threads: 10
Joined: Dec 2013
#18
 
RE: Schlondark on Narration
Thanks
05-05-2014, 04:34 AM
Website Find Reply
mgostu Offline
Member
Registered

Posts: 7
Threads: 3
Joined: Jul 2015
#19
 
RE: Schlondark on Narration
This is just what I needed. My tulpa and I will now narrate much easier, I'm gonna keep this post short so we can go read one of y favorite books. Smile

"Do or do not, there is no try" - Yoda
08-01-2015, 11:26 AM
Find Reply
ThreeSevens Offline
The Voice of Reason
Registered

Posts: 41
Threads: 5
Joined: Aug 2015
#20
 
RE: Schlondark on Narration
So, this is just the viewpoint of a new guy barely even started, but let see if I am clear on this.

Parroting is a useful and healthy tool to use in the begining of trying to form sentience. (feel free to jump in anywhere and correct me if I have got it wrong) It helps to set a pattern for thought and action that the tulpa can then ride off into its own direction. But that after those patterns and abilities are there and the machine gets rollin', parroting then becomes essentially useless?

I almost imagine parroting is like trying to jump start an engine? It might take time to juice up the battery, but after you do you should move to adressing the rest in a different manner.

Is parroting useful at any stage other than the start? And then is it inadvisable to try and NOT use parroting at all, not exactly out of fear but rather just choice of method? Does it stifle progress to NOT parrot?
08-26-2015, 05:31 AM
Find Reply


Forum Jump:


Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)

Contact Us | Tulpa.Info | Return to Top | Return to Content | Mobile Version | RSS Syndication