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  1. Great! Thanks, that's what I wanted to know. Maybe you can ask them if they have dreams of their own.
  2. Hi everyone! I have a few questions for tulpamancers (or tulpas themselves): 1. Do tulpas dream (do they even sleep)? 2. Is it possible to meet your tulpa in a dream? (since you share the same brain, I thought it could be possible...) Thanks!
  3. That's SO interesting LookingGlass! I bet most people with tulpas haven't created a whole world for them. I'll be honest, I hope not to ofend you. Till now, I haven't considered the possibility of a "Tulpa's World". I can get my head around more than one person/personality sharing the same brain. I don't see a difference between "person" and "personality". I understand "personality" as patterns in the way you feel, think, and behave, that last in time and through different kind of situations. So, if that criteria aplies, you are a different person to me. But this, what you are saying, the creation of a "world" where your tulpa gets to spend time whenever she or he is not present in your world... that i I was't done! I sent it by accident... anyways, I think that them having their own world to spend time in, if they want to, need a break, or are just being rejected by their hosts, makes everything pretty much right... I'm just not sure that is the usual case. But thanks for your answers!
  4. Ok, you're right, it's anti-natalist concern I guess... I just feel that coming into existence with a body of your own is not the same as coming into existence into someone elses body/brain. Someone with his/her own body can - more or less - do as they like. Not so a tulpa.
  5. Hi! Thanks for your answer! Ok, so you see my concern/doubt about it. You said "Equitably perturbing is how some hosts 'dissolve' or ignore their tulpas entirely"... that's one of the things I was thinking about. That is so sad and cruel to me. I guess it's a matter of "responsible tulpamancy". I'm not a host, so I don't know what it's like, but I feel like it's a really big deal to go through with this, and I hate thinking about a tulpa whos host is just a teenager experimenting with something new for the moment. The idea of the tulpas being as "toys or a fad, a little project", that kind of thing. Then again, most people have kids for the same reasons hahaha I guess irresponsability and going with it is just as much a part of the expierence of having a human baby as creating a tulpa.
  6. Thanks Luminesce! That was a really good answer to my questions. I guess your general point is: we all adjust to our realities. Maybe I would like to be an astronaut and go to space, but I can tell now that’s never going to happen, so I focuse on what I can do. Something like that? ... I still have my doubts about bringing someone into existence, but you've been helpful, and I appreciate that. Thanks!
  7. Hi everyone! I have a question for tulpa’s hosts (I am not yet one myself). English is not my first language, so keep that in mind ? Here’s the thing: It seems to me unfair, even cruel, to bring a tulpa into existence, being that he or she will be selfaware and a different person than yourself (I imagine with time they will develop their own ambitions and desires), and yet they won’t be able to pursue those ambitions (ok, maybe partially, but that will depend on the host), and bassically have to just accompain you and be witnesses of your life. I even read some hosts asking how to get their tulpas to leave them alone when they don’t feel like having them around, and I read tulpas describing what it’s like when your host “sends you away” (into darkness) because they don’t feel like having you around or whatever. I mean, it sounds pretty slave-ish to me. Even if you have a great relationship with your tulpa, there is – to say the least – a somewhat unequal distribution of power in decision making. Also, what happens when you, for whatever reason, don’t want to have a tulpa anymore? If I had to guess, I bet you can get rid of your tulpa, just like you brought him or her into existence, which – considering the tulpa as a real person/being – would mean killing him or her. I would love to know what are your thoughts on this, Thanks!