[Visualization] kakeli's Guide To Better Visualization
#11
4/11 GAT members have approved for this for Tips & Tricks, and three more are needed to shift this accordingly before the deadline (12-30-2013).
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#12
Approved for tips & tricks, as well as as a guide.
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#13
Approved for tips.

"If your tulpa isn't moving or talking, or you can't visualize at all, some techniques are literally impossible to do."
Like sands said and some know, some people can't even visualize scenes as they read them in a book, but instead have an awareness of what is happening. This guide isn't for them so much as people lacking immersion or focus. For people who can't see at all, methods like staring at basic 2d shapes then reconstructing the memory will be their starting point. This guide is reliable, but not quite valid for part of the intended audience as advertised.
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#14
(12-23-2013, 03:03 PM)Sands Wrote: This is definitely not a full guide but basically a single tip that could be written in even less words than it has here. I'd put this in the tips and tricks forum.

Also, I'm not sure how well this will work for the people with some serious issues with visualization, such as you know, not even being able to imagine a scene from a book. But for some, this will be a helpful tip. I would also suggest adding a reminder than you could also draw your tulpa from multiple angles if you're a better drawer than a writer. It's easy to visualize using images when you can just remember the picture you made when you are starting to lose focus of the form. Or maybe that's just me.

I'll agree with Sands here. I think it depends on you as a person; obviously some people will be better at imagining something a different way that isn't by reading words on paper. Regardless, this is a good tip so I will also approve it for tips and tricks.
"Assert the supremacy of your Imaginal acts over facts and put all things in subjection to them... Nothing can take it from but your failure to persist in imagining the ideal realized."

-Neville Goddard
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#15
7/11 GAT members have approved this for Tips & Tricks and will be shifted by the end of the deadline (12-30-2013).
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#16
This guide sort of hurts my eyes with the formatting. otherwise, approved for tips/tricks.
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#17
Does a list of TV Tropes tropes count?



This sounds like something out of Ruby Sparks
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#18
Oh god, I noticed that the Tulpa artform seems to be dying after 2013. I remember trying during this time and I had some rather interesting results but no sentience.
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#19
Artform?
Host comments in italics. Tulpa's log. Tulpa's guide.
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#20
(04-02-2017, 12:52 AM)tulpa001 Wrote: Artform?

Awwwwww, its a tulpa. Can I cuddle you?
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