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(03-26-2014, 10:53 AM)Sands Wrote: >tulpae

Tip, we're trying to stay away from the plural that makes no sense in English.

There's a lot of text here, but in the end it's just "tupper counts stuff while you're busy to make them do stuff when you're not paying attention to them", which is tips and tricks material to me. I'd approve this for there, but you might want to think of putting in the correct plural to make it less cringeworthy.

Thanks for the tip, all instances of 'tulpae' changed to 'tulpas'.

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(03-26-2014, 10:53 AM)Sands Wrote: >tulpae

Ah, I remember being guilty of using that word once or twice when I was new. I don't really wince when other people use it, but at the same time I'm glad that it's being gradually eradicated.
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(03-26-2014, 12:03 PM)NeonKnights Wrote: ...I'm glad that it's being gradually eradicated.

You and me both.

Anyways, nice to see this one edited.
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Approved, Tips and Tricks.

The idea isn't entirely new and has appeared in other places and even other guides and tips before, however the presentation here is different enough to make this guide unique.

Personally, I don't know if this method is any more effective at what it's supposed to help with (independence/parallel processing) than just simply interacting with your tulpa and just asking them open-ended questions to get them to think about various things by themselves and to get to know them better, but if it works for you, go ahead and use it! I've also heard of some people playing all kinds of games with their tulpas to train thought hiding and parallelism before, with decent degrees of success. I'm fairly sure the ideas here can be generalized into a more comprehensive guide, however such a guide should only be written by those with extensive experience with developing such skills, rather than just someone "putting out a potential idea".
Approved for tips and tricks.
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Yeah I'll approve for Tips as well.

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