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What do the words splitting and walk in mean?
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What do the words splitting and walk in mean?
I read about the words splitting and walk in on the internet.But it didn't make sense.Can you explain the words splitting and walk in for me?
02-06-2018, 07:22 PM
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RE: What do the words splitting and walk in mean?
Well, splitting means one person becomes two, usually with each person having different traits from the original person. I guess not always, but, usually. And a walk-in is any tulpa-like thoughtform that just kinda shows up on their own, already pretty developed usually. Also sometimes they leave after a while, too. But I guess here that's less common, on tulpa.info usually if someone has walk-ins it's a synonym with spontaneous tulpas

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02-06-2018, 08:45 PM
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RE: What do the words splitting and walk in mean?
Splitting means one personality in a system decides to split itself, becoming two separate personalities.

A walk-in is a tulpa (or other thoughtform) that "just walks in": Appears, fully formed, without any effort or even intent from the host.

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02-06-2018, 08:46 PM
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