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RE: Tips for those who are getting "parrotnoid".
For awhile there, I was pretty worried about parroting/puppeting, but I got over it rather quickly. I had an idea like:

"Well, she has a form, and a growing personality, maybe she doesn't know how to use these to communicate with me."

It made enough sense to me to get over that fear of controlling her responses. If I had her observe my daily interactions with people, and when I parroted some responses during a conversation with her, I hoped that this would be a good way to show her how to communicate with me, both verbal and with body language.
It seems to be helping so far, but don't try to force them to talk whenever you start a conversation, you don't want to just "talk" for them all time.

Also, it's a lot harder to puppet than to parrot, at least for me. When I'm in my wonderland, I try to put more focus on the things around me instead of what she's doing. That way, I won't be thinking of anything she's doing, but yet she moves naturally to work around what I'm doing.

Ex: I go in my house and I know that she's around here with me. Instead of looking for her, I sit down and watch T.V. She'll most likely want to be near me or talk with me, so she's going to go find me instead. I direct my attention away from her, she puts in the effort to contact me, she learns how to communicate better.

I'm not too sure if I can explain this any better, it's really hard to explain, but hopefully this helps!

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11-25-2012, 10:18 PM
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Oh, thanks for putting that in the guide, ODB. I find that that is my biggest problem that I have/had with parroting, so again thanks for putting that in.
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11-25-2012, 11:17 PM
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Thanks OP, this thread was very encouraging and helped me quite a bit with my tulpa forcing endevor! However, the pic in the OP post keeps making me feel uneasy because it reminds me of this.
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11-29-2012, 06:30 PM
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RE: Tips for those who are getting "parrotnoid".
With Kai, I had those issues, but I realized pretty much everything you said myself, minus that it's almost impossible to parrot accidentally. I simply apologized in advance for parroting (if I did it) and assumed everything was him. He told me his name was Kai on the first day. I asked him a few days later to confirm, and it was the same. That time, I apologized for doubting. We're pretty close already, I like to think.
11-30-2012, 01:15 AM
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Default  RE: Tips for those who are getting "parrotnoid".
I just like to use the guideline "She knew I was going to say it, so she mentioned it before me."

Though, Leo's "credit her instead of doubting her" is good, too.
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11-30-2012, 01:47 AM
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RE: Tips for those who are getting "parrotnoid".
Thanks for making this helpful guide! I've been doing a lot of giving the credit to my tulpa, Eva. Going to bookmark this and incorporate it to my daily practice. Smile


12-06-2012, 04:48 PM
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(12-06-2012, 04:48 PM)Linkzelda Wrote: Thanks for making this helpful guide! I've been doing a lot of giving the credit to my tulpa, Eva. Going to bookmark this and incorporate it to my daily practice. Smile
That's so great to hear! I just didn't want to see anyone go through the same problem I did. All that doubt does people more harm than good, so it's nice to know I helped at least one person with this problem Big Grin

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RE: Tips for those who are getting "parrotnoid".
Hi! Thanks sooooo much for these tips. They allowed me to accept the voice (Zach) Now I can tell the difference between mine and him a little more Smile
04-09-2013, 05:41 PM
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RE: Tips for those who are getting "parrotnoid".
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One thing I find that helps parrotnoia is not accepting any signs of progress for weeks until eventually you have no choice to but 'know' its your tulpa.

If that makes sense. I just woke up.

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04-09-2013, 06:06 PM
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RE: Tips for those who are getting "parrotnoid".
If anyone thinks they're parroting, you're just assisting your tulpa a little. Think of it as teaching a young child to walk, at first they need your guidance, but eventually they'll be able to do it on their own!
04-25-2013, 11:58 PM
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