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sociopath - charming sociopath - 06-27-2014

Is it okay to create a tulpa if tou are a sociopath ?


RE: sociopath - Quilten - 06-27-2014

Yeah, but only if you're charming.


RE: sociopath - Linkzelda - 06-27-2014

Oh, I see what you did there, Quilten.


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Dude, societal implications on "crazy," becomes kind of BS the moment you take part in this journey. You can make an Azula tulpa for all we care, and have a heart-to-heart existence with her, and there would probably be nothing anyone can do to stop you.

Unless you make a Zuko tulpa


RE: sociopath - zerofox21898 - 07-02-2014

You are 13. You are not a sociopath.


RE: sociopath - Dog - 07-02-2014

(07-02-2014, 04:49 PM)zerofox21898 Wrote: You are 13. You are not a sociopath.



RE: sociopath - Kiahdaj - 07-03-2014

Let's not turn this into one of 'those' threads.

It is true that children like to make such things up, but there is no reason that a 13-year-old could not be a sociopath.

As far as my response to OP: I really don't know what to say, exactly. Anything I may have to offer is merely speculation--even more so than most of my posts. I did some thinking a while back in regards to the tulpa-creation process, which involved the subject of sociopaths and empathy. I haven't worked it out entirely yet, and even if I had, it doesn't mean that it would be correct. However, if my thinking was anywhere in the correct direction, then being a sociopath (assuming you are in fact using the correct term) may indeed be quite detrimental to the process.
That said, I really don't know, and in the end, it's still your decision.


RE: sociopath - OCDHost - 07-03-2014

I think OP is more worried about if it would be "okay" for him/her to make a tulpa, and I can't see why it wouldn't be, like Kiahdaj said it may make the process more difficult but even then it may not, and you just have to try different things and see what works for you.
I have OCD and when I started I worried that my OCD would end up being hurtful to the tulpa, I even asked in this same forum about it and others told me it was okay, and once I let go of all my doubts I was able to proceed normally without any difficulties, I do know that some schizophrenic have made tulpas too, so why not a sociopath?


RE: sociopath - Kiahdaj - 07-03-2014

You have a point. In fact, he probably was referring to his own well-being.
In that case, it's a much simpler answer: I don't see any inherent harm in it.


RE: sociopath - Nobillis - 07-03-2014

Watchdog 3 says: "Lets put this simply and answer both questions -- the stated one and the implied.
  • Can a sociopath make a tulpa? Sure you can. It may take longer to achieve (as has already been noted above). And, if you want to make one? Why the heck not. It might even have the socialization that you note the lack of.
  • Can you make a sociopath tulpa? Sure you can. I am one. If you do so, make sure to teach it compassion and ethics or you are going to be in for a fair deal of discord internally. Oh, and yeah, I am over 20 years old. (And, that's elapsed years. I'm an 80's tulpa).
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RE: sociopath - zerofox21898 - 07-04-2014

(07-03-2014, 02:02 AM)Kiahdaj Wrote: It is true that children like to make such things up, but there is no reason that a 13-year-old could not be a sociopath.
Sorry, but yes there is.

http://www.psi.uba.ar/academica/carrerasdegrado/psicologia/sitios_catedras/practicas_profesionales/820_clinica_tr_personalidad_psicosis/material/dsm.pdf
Quote:B. The individual is at least age 18 years.