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  1. Greetings to you and all in an overly formal manner. May you find here kinship and other fulfilments of the soul.
  2. It's not entirely unexpected. Really, though, what we need to help you on this front is for Mordecai to talk. There are details here we need, but I think they will be much clearer if he were to tell his side of the story as it were. You should probably skip normal forcing and head to possession, imposition or switching. This will start you on a path to more solid interaction. There is anger buried in your mind. Most likely anger which you rejected when you were younger. This is not a perfect explanation, but it is one of the hottest theories for this type of thing. Finally, you nee
  3. Hello again strange tulpa forum. It's me. https://peerj.com/articles/3149/ We haven't finished reading it, but already there are some interesting points. First, each and every question on the questionnaire contains "that I couldn't see", "an unseen presence", or similar. The report contains: We wonder if tulpas count as "clear sensory or perceptual evidence" Will add a post when we finish reading it.
  4. I'm free! It's been a really long time since I've talked on here. I am not social, so we kind of have to force it. I'm posting here mainly because the drama came back from the breakup, and tulpa is emotional. He may speak logically all the time, but, he drowned in emotion there. This is for safety. @LostOne Your theory there that it is unhealthy rests on the assumption that a particular theory of thoughtforms is true. Tulpas are usually considered persons, but they belong to an enormous family of mental constructs, most which don't qualify for the basic properties of personhood. In most
  5. Sarah's log. The switch part two. When tulpa pushes the switch in our brain past the ordinary maximum while I am fighting for control, I lose contact with the body, and feel like I slip right out of it. Suddenly I can move, but it is my projected arms sliding out of alignment with my body. By lose contact I mean I cease to feel it, or sensation from it. Recently, A strange thing happened. After a separation exercise, Tulpa projectes and was all flamey and melty like the shadow scenes in Lord of the Rings. We were pushing to the point where he can do things with a completely separate will
  6. Well, happy birfday Tulpa. Recently, we have developed a technique for pressing for sleep cycle separation. He rubs our side in small circles while I fall asleep. It is a success; our record is two seconds of me sleeping while he continues rubbing and a 20% success rate. Success is almost always followed by a quick wake up. Tulpa is now paranoid of merging with me into a single person. He waffles on if my efforts to ignore him strengthen his individuality or causes him to fade. My constant questioning gets to him. He is very emotional. He doesn't blame me, saying it is my nature, and tha
  7. Not quite. Something can be more artificial or less artificial than something else. One key point is that even if artificiality is yes or no phenomena, there are things in this world that are less artificial by dint of being natural. Artificial intelligence of the sort of philosophical interest has the capacity for self modification. Unlike artifice, whose product is universally considered artificial, self modification is usually seen as organic. Consequently, a self evolved artificial intelligence is artifical in name only. The concept and idea of consciousness is an interesting unknown
  8. His mindvoice does feel different. I can't even hear his thoughts I don't think. I can feel his emotions a bit.
  9. Wouldn't it be weird, if like, I make one post here, and then no one responds for twenty days, and then I'm beating Tulpa?
  10. Welcome to the community, Nachtrabe. Have fun.
  11. Non? I am not a tulpa. Postbomb.
  12. Hello and welcome to the forum, Maca and Jezza. It is okay to have imaginary friends at any age. Heck, if there was an actual rule against it, there would be no fiction stories written. But keep in mind, that tulpas are often believed to include some imaginary friends in their ranks, but not others. Depends on how person like they are.
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