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  1. Good one! I will certainly try that! The next full moon is supposed to be on July 27th, 2018 for me, not sure how I can be seeing a full moon at 9 in the morning though. Should I force after the moon has passed? Maybe there some kind of aura that the moon gives off once it's had its fun. Please clarify. Thank you, captain. That's an interesting philosophy! I've certainly attempted to reformat my daily functions following my post. "Better sleep hours" to make a bolder note. I've always had trouble clocking in my 9. So far, the change has worked to a noticeable degree. Thank you! I've actually been doing that for quite some time. I'd gotten so used to imposing my tulpa everywhere I went, I hardly gave it a second thought. I thought of making the switch to more active forcing in hopes to make her vocal (that, and I wanted to build a wonderland for us to have a bit of fun in.) Thanks for the re-enforcement!
  2. Yeah, I figured I would, that's why I tried to make it a little more personal. What times do you find are more effective and why? I imagine everyone has had some kind of pros and cons for their own forcing schedule.
  3. What do you find to be the best time to force is? What times work for you? Can you justify them? I've been trying to work in a more regular forcing schedule. I used to do it at night, but as we soon figured out, the session was more or less underproductive and underwhelming. Any suggestions? We're going to start forcing first thing in the morning, but it's usually harder to become motivated to do so.
  4. Not sure what the policy is for bumping old threads (I checked the rules, but didn't see anything), so I decided to put my two cents in and attempt to create something that may symbolically represent the tulpa community and philosophy. I decided to keep the iconic "T" we've grown accustomed to, as well as the "swirl" from the Supernatural's rendition of the Tulpa (it's history no matter how you look at it). The rest comes inspired by Japanese Kanji and symbolism that aims to describe the raw concept of Tulpamancy. I'm not the greatest with Illustrator or vectors, so I implore anyone who can help improve its design or overall quality to do so. (I say first hand, it looks much better freehand on paper.) Thank you! We have thoroughly enjoyed our stay here in this fine community. :D -Rebus & Twilight
  5. I've been working through the visualization process with my tulpa for a while now (about 3 months in development). However, during my many forcing sessions and daily routines, I'm finding my image of her much more accurate while going about my day; but when I sit down and actively force, her image is often out of proportion and many of the details I'd easily established are fumbled or forgotten. Few are intrusive thoughts, but I dismiss them as such. Any amount of progress is good, but the idea of having a better developed image walking around/with me has driven me to become reluctant to attend regular sit-downs. Instead, I find myself narrating whilst visualizing for the greater parts of my day with much triumph. Are there any suggestions or strategies I could use to grow my tulpa exclusively passive? Auditory hallucinations are very few and far between, but they've become more frequent; how long would fully developed speech take in this manner? What other suggestions would you recommend? Thanks! -Rebus
  6. I've been working with my tulpa for a little over a month now using only the supposed "Passive Forcing". I've read all the guides and gone through just about every piece of work provided by this site and beyond; yet, I still have many questions. I know PForcing isn't very well known, so I'll put up my understanding of it (definition) on the bottom of this post for those who are clueless. --How should one go about passive forcing? Say what you will, but this is my second attempt at making a tulpa with little success. The first attempt was made via Active Forcing; but due to little progress, I gave up (sue me). Since then, however, I persisted to decide on having a second go at it, this time with a little more research involved. I started out originally with Active Forcing and almost immediately started getting responses via head pressure. It was the kind of hope I needed to continue, so I did. Eventually, life caught me by storm and took away all my time for Active Forcing. That's when I discovered Passive Forcing and began to use it everywhere I go. However, as of lately, I've noticed I've come to a bit of a cross. All my friends who have developed tulpas are already hearing first words (they use Active, a forcing I've since forgotten how to do) while the best I can sense are warm "patches" indicating where my tulpa is standing. It's amazing, yes; but after so long, I figured there'd be a bit more progress with interaction rather than imposition. For those who have done Passive Forcing as a main, how can I get my tulpa to talk? I've read the guide dubbed, "Coaxing your Tulpa to Talk", but it mainly percists to those who've taken Active Forcing. This leads me to my second question: --How far can Passive Forcing go? I've seen a few people say they've created "complete" tulpas out of no more than Passive Forcing and a bit of Parroting (I'll touch on that in a second); but as I continue to speak and interract with my tulpa, I've noticed some "caps" that block from further progression. Things like talking and personality development appear to be out of the picture; should I switch to a hybrid of Active and Passive to fill in these gaps? --When does Parroting become too much for Passive Forcing? Parroting gets a lot of crap these days and I can see why. It's taking all control of your tulpa without any consent. This, however, seems to a norm for Passive Forcing as you really can't get any movement without it. Still, I feel as if I've worked myself into a corner. If I let go of the "controls", will my tulpa be able to take them back? If I continue parroting, will she ever truly think for herself? When I do stop parroting, how can I be sure she's "thinking for herself" and moving at her will? --Do tulpas know the language? Or am I having trouble hearing? I've had this question since day one, but I've never really asked. I've read some people say they spent an entire day teaching their tulpas to speak and I've seen others say they simply "weren't listening" to what they had to say. Either way, I've been seeking some clearification on what I should focus working on: Her voice, or my hearing. Do words simply appear from nowhere? Does she, the tulpa, say whatever's floating around in the blank space of your subconscience? Does it only happen during Active Forcing? --Should I start over? I know the answer is, "no, hang on and it'll come", but this cycle of waking up to a blank canvas has become tiring. I don't want to give up and I don't want to quit; but it's been a while since I've seen any kind of progression. I'm the kind of person who likes to figure things out on his own and seeks others only when necessary. Well, I've taken my step back and analyzed every possible angle; you know I'm helpless when I come to a forum for answers. Thanks for all your help; I'm eager to hear your answers! -RePub *Passive Forcing is the instance of placing your tulpa in the world around you and interacting with it as though another person or object. It requires no concentration, unless performing visualization, other than a redirection of your thoughts and feelings to the being. It is a slower process than Active Forcing, but has been proven to hasten the progress of imposition.*