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    My name is Ayla, and my most active tulpae are Kaigan, Spencer and Vincent.

    I’m not new to the tulpa creation process - only the concept and scientific theories behind it. Kaigan Kurone, my first tulpa, was created six years ago almost entirely by accident. He is now a vocal, sentient entity who I am able to share parallel consciousness with in my day to day life.

    While I do not disregard scientific fact, I also have some metaphysical and spiritual/shamanic beliefs. I understand the logical, analytical approach to tulpa, though I kindly ask that you respect the beliefs of my tulpae and I in return. Thank you.

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  1. Ignoring Fede, I find this to be an interesting idea to say in the least. If animals are able to instinctually migrate from one pole to another, and elephants are able to sense natural disasters, then this may just be possible. Animals are keen observers who primarily communicate with body language , seen in dogs who are able to interpret their owners' eye movement. One particular documentary I saw regarding dog/human communication mentioned that certain dogs were able to detect when a human was lying by watching how the person's eyes glanced sideways instead of maintaining contact. So with this in mind, perhaps a dog would be able to detect the behavioural changes in its owner when switched with a tulpa or separate personality? Maybe the tulpa might talk differently or follow a different daily routine etc. It could even be as subtle as a tulpa twiddling its thumbs or having a different sitting posture that the dog could pick up on. Not going to dismiss the idea of supernatural animals, although it would be interesting to see someone research this from a psychological perspective.
  2. Noted; will consider a separate guide in future. Kai: For clarification, this is a technique I have seen another tulpa use, and I am indeed skeptical as to if this is the best method. I do not use the knock-out method as I find it does not work for me and breaches the trust between the tulpa and the host. I would suggest the bubble-catching method Static has focused her guide on. Kai: Basically what Purlox and kerin said. We don't want switching to cause any harm to anyone and the knock-out method should be used with caution. If I appear to be encouraging impractical information then I send my apologies and will gladly remove any information on the knock out method if needed.
  3. Small update, will message Cinder to change the google doc as soon as he's online. I've taken into account that I've only addressed the outlines here, and with Kaigan's help, attempted to describe a method of "changing skins" or "catching thought bubbles" to help achieve switching. The doc should hopefully be edited within the next 24 hours.
  4. EDIT 2: edit has been made, still defining guide based on criticism. Hey guys, so I know a lot of you wanted to know how I approach switching and what the hell parallel processing is. So here's my little christmas present to you all - a guide on switching! I'm not entirely sure if it's of professional quality, although I tried to write up a little on what switching/processing are, what it feels like during a switch, and how things like painkillers can affect your ability to tulpaforce. Either way, the guide is on google docs and the link is right here: I can put this under a spoiler tag as well if admins prefer guides to be posted on the forum itself. Thanks guys, have fun~ <3 EDIT: Mirrored - waffles EDIT #2: Also put it in the hide tag and attached in PDF format to this post - waffles [hidden] PARALLEL PROCESSING AND PERSONALITY SWITCHING A TULPA GUIDE BY BLACKSTATIC AND KAIGAN KURONE INTRODUCTION: Hi, everyone. My name is Ayla “BlackStatic” Kurone, the host and creator of my tulpa Kaigan Kurone. While I'm new to the names tulpaforcing, possession, imposition, wonderlands etcetera, I have managed to unintentionally create Kai about six to seven years ago and form a completely sentient thought form whom happily shares his life experiences with me. Since discovering, I have created three more tulpae; Liana, Vincent and Spencer. However, this guide will focus on the experiences of Kaigan and I. Kaigan and I have shared conciousness through the use of Parallel Processing, which I have briefly covered in The community knowledge bin on Google Docs. However, the method we will focus on here is Switching – what happens during a switch, how it affects the host, and how to do a personality switch while trusting your tulpa not to make you do anything stupid during the process (Kai and I have had our slip ups from time to time, haha.) WHAT IS SWITCHING: “In the general sense, switching is kind of like being possessed or having an out of body experience – the host and the tulpa “switch places” so to speak, with the tulpa being able to control the body while the host watches from the sidelines. In Parallel, you and the host are both concious and aware of what's going on at the same time.” - Kaigan Kurone WHAT DOES SWITCHING FEEL LIKE: Following on from what Kaigan said, being switched feels a little like lucid dreaming, from a host sense. You're not quite “there” and, like in a dream, some of your senses are either dulled or heightened. My sense of touch usually becomes fuzzy, with my eyesight or sense of hearing making up for inability to smell. Anyone who has had experience with dopamines or marijuana highs will know this sensation. Sometimes, during a switch or parallel processing, Kaigan will cause me to sneeze uncontrollably as he tries to work out how to control my physical body. In Parallel Processing, the effects on your subconscious and mind's eye share similarities to Personality Switching. The mind of the host begins to see and experience the world in the same way a tulpa would, watching the world from the background while the tulpa's thoughts, actions and sentience are the body's current priority. The host will feel like the body belongs to the tulpa rather than themselves, and this can be an unsettling situation at first – being able to hear your tulpa's thoughts as if they were your own, and having to communicate to your tulpa as the minority entity. But with time and practice, the ability to switch conciousness between you and your tulpa will eventually become second nature. TRUST, FOCUS AND SENSE: FIRST STEP - TRUST “When you first decide to create a tulpa, you have to trust them and they have to trust you. You guys are gonna become friends for life, or mortal enemies, depending on how you trust each other. Remember this guys; TULPA MEANS TRUST.” - Kaigan You also have to trust yourself. You might not think anything is happening at first, or that it's all a waste of time. Without trust, the confidence required to achieve switching flies out the window. Things will be difficult at first, as this act of viewing the world from outside of your body can be a strange new experience. Not everyone can achieve this on their first try, so persistence is necessary for best results. SECOND STEP - FOCUS Any form of mental training, be it meditation or simply learning a new language, involves focusing your attention for long periods of time. This is why we suggest that when first practising switching, it is a good idea to start in a quiet environment with minimal distraction, and at a time when you are less likely to lose concentration e.g. sleep deprived, thinking about that overdue homework etc. Some people may prefer to work with music or binaural tones playing to avoid distraction, but Kaigan and I find that music or outside noises will more than often interfere with our switching. THIRD STEP – SENSE Focus and Sense go hand in hand. Your ability to sense your own thought patterns and when you experience new or unusual emotions is a vital part to understanding switching and parallel processing; the way you or your tulpa reacts to a certain emotion or event can be different depending on their personality or view of their (your) environment. Sense is a common part of tulpaforcing in general, as it allows for the host to perceive and observe their tulpa as it interacts with them. The stronger and more unique these reactions can be, the more sentient and independent your tulpa is. If you're beginning to doubt your senses, or if something begins to feel uncomfortable, remember that you and your tulpa have to trust one another and communicate your fears and doubts else anything feels wrong. THE PROCESS OF SWITCHING Once you have understood the concepts of Trust, Focus and Sense, you can apply them to the actual switch itself. Find a time and place where you can sit comfortably so that you are unlikely to be disturbed or distracted. It is generally a good idea to be sitting up with your back straight; if you choose to lie down when switching you may end up falling asleep. Like mentioned in the Focus step, music can either help or interfere with your ability to stay awake during general tulpaforcing. Try to imagine your thoughts and emotions like bubbles or smoke. You can do this via the wonderland or simply through reminding yourself periodically. Keep yourself aware of every thought your mind has; however, don't try to follow that thought or get stuck chasing that one bubble! This leads to distraction! Remember that you want to keep your mind clear and that your thoughts should drift, just like bubbles. That way, when your tulpa tries to communicate with you, your sense of their mindvoice or actions will be easier to notice. Kai: Some advice for the tulpa now – while they are detached from their thought bubbles, try to narrate your own thoughts to your host. Is it cold in the room? Are you hungry for chocolate covered nachos? Can you try to move your host's hand or get them to sneeze spontaneously? Practice some possession while your host is watching these bubbles, and see if they can begin to recognise any thought processes or behaviours that seem to belong to your sentience rather than theirs. If you and your host can think and sense with the body at the same time, then you've managed to achieve parallel processing! Once your host is content enough, you can communicate with them that you want to try and switch. This may be approached in various ways. One particular way I've seen this done is to “knock out” your host, sending them into forced unconciousness while you have control. However, I find this method a little... harsh, at times. If your host is knocked out against their will, then that's breaching our first step: TRUST. How can your host be sure they can trust you in a switch if you've beaten them over the head with a crowbar, so to speak? For the host, if you are able to send yourself into a meditation-like state when switching this is essentially like training yourself to have an out of body experience. In some sense, you are telling another part of your subconcious mind to take over while “you” are floating off somewhere else, say, the wonderland for example. Wether you want to compare it to astral projection or the symptoms of a bipolar mood swing is up to you – the key point here is that your conciousness is “in the background”; detatched from the body, in some “other place” while your tulpa is in control. Remember those thought bubbles we were talking about? Extend the thought bubbles into sensory bubbles. Any form of touch, taste, smell or sight you are currently experiencing should be treated as yet another bubble, each rising up and leaving your body as you enter the switch. Imagine your tulpa absorbing these bubbles and shaping them into a way of piloting your body, taking in what was originally your own sentience and adapting it into their own. Kai: for the more creative-minded tulpa, imagine the body as a suit made from these bubbles. When your host has removed this “consciousness suit”, you simply get into it and wear their “skin” as your own. You can even treat it like a mecha, and you're now the one behind the controls. THE SWITCH: BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER One main thing to remember about switching in comparison to parallel processing or full possession is that you will have no control of your body – essentially, your tulpa has knocked you out to take over your consciousness. Some hosts will experience the feeling of blacking out or going into a sleep-like state; this can mean you have no recollection of your memories while switched. This is why you have to trust your tulpa beforehand that they won't do anything stupid while switched. Kai: You know, like, running in front of passing traffic. Probably a pretty bad idea. This is why switching in public can have its precautions. It's recommended that any switching occurs when both the host and tulpa know for a fact that they can trust each other not to take advantage of the physical body while another mind is using it. Painkillers and medications can also have their effects on switching. Paracetamol, Panadol and other pharmaceutical drugs are, to a degree, mind altering drugs and can affect the thought processes and sensory perception of the brain which can have its effects on switching and tulpaforcing. It is recommended that if anyone is to take a painkiller or any form of drug during switching, please be aware of the consequences and take any side effects into consideration. FINAL NOTES With that being said, we bring this guide to a close. Our final notes are to remember the three steps discussed in this guide – trust, focus and sense – as these apply to all forms of tulpa interaction and serve as grounding rules for any switching or parallel processing you and your tulpa may attempt. Please also remember that this is not the only guide or method to switching! There are many different ways to approach the tulpa phenomenon and anything that may happen in relation to your thought forms and minds eye; we are only providing what information we know has worked for us, and these methods may or may not work for you. Thanks guys, and happy tulpaforcing! - Ayla and Kaigan Kurone This guide has been written by Ayla “BlackStatic” Kurone for members of and the tulpa community. All credit should be given to the original author of this article, and may not be edited or reposted outside of without given permission. [/hidden] AylasTulpaAndPersonalitySwitchingGuideRecovered.pdf
  5. >What kinda work you does? Student (recently obtained a certificate in music industry/audiovisual tech, finished a course in IT, and aiming for a diploma in screen media) >Got a tulpa yet? What stage yall be at? My first tulpa was created six to seven years ago with three more created during that time period. Each of these tulpae were created unintentionally, perhaps with the exception of my most recent one. The first tulpa is the most developed, understandably. >How'd you get here? How long you been into this shit kid? As mentioned above, I've unknowingly had a tulpa for over five years. I believed a metaphysical/yin-yang/soulbonding-esque theory behind my first tulpa's creation and know friends who also have unintentionally created tulpae, and one of them found this website through tumblr hence I decided to pursue what exactly this tulpa business is about and how it applies to us. >How old you is? 17, turning 18 mid-january >R u a boy or a girl and dont be a smartass? biologically female (genderfluid) >What other hobbies you be havin'? multimedia (digital art, music, game dev, demoscene), new age science, urban exploration, cryptozoology/the paranormal, shamanism >Anythin' else you wanna add, nerd? y'havin a go at nerds, punk? D<
  6. Generally, my tulpae haven't done any drugs that I haven't done myself save for tobacco (and even then I've been around enough pot smokers to have experienced mild effects), so I can only really talk about my everyday experiences and how they've affected my ability to communicate with my tulpae. Caffein: Coke/Pepsi - no real reactions, although it does cause Kaigan to become more talkative. Has been known to have some "rush and crash" effects much like any sugar come down. Guarana/Taurine - energy drinks have, in certain situations, improved mindvoice as the energy buzz takes effect on my brain. These results also vary depending on quality and quantity of food ingested at the time, and may cause communication to be somewhat difficult. Coffee - iced coffee has a similar effect to coke and pepsi, and my tulpae respond to it like a very mild dopamine. hot coffee has little to no effect or works in similar ways to strong chocolate. Painkillers Paracetamol/Panadol - dulled everything, often causes my main tulpa to become sluggish. No real effects on my other tulpae. Aspirin/Dispirin - No effect, save for mild sluggishness. Alchohol Beer - lots of giggling, laughing and talking on both ends. Generally makes my main tulpa friendlier. Communication/forcing becomes worse with alcohol intake, however. Wine - relaxes tulpae and acts as somewhat of a sedative, no known alterations to communication/forcing as of yet. Natural Drugs Psylocibin Mushroom - on a low (2 grams) dose of dried goldtops, the tulpa reported that imposition was much clearer along with mind voice and traces of open-eye visualisation. Regular effects of psychedelic mushrooms occurred in both tulpa and host; fluctuating emotions, increased sense of empathy, high levels of seratonin, strong adrenaline rush, we both experienced increased heart rate and hallucinatory visuals, followed by three hours nausea. Kaigan says he would force on them again, and hasn't had any sessions as strong as this one. Tobacco/Marijuana - Little effect, basically just makes my tulpae stoned and drowsy. Not so great for communication.
  7. guess who can't draw backgrounds We based it off of your typical floating-chunks-of-rock-defying-gravity scenes in fantasy-based mmorpgs, with various elements of minecraft and terraria thrown in. If anything, Spencer and Kai have both taken a liking to the Sword Art Online anime, with worlds that look somewhat like this one. Yeahhh, I can only dream of drawing proper landscapes ;;
  8. Oh man, I've had some great experiences with Shpongle in general. Kai's a bit of a hippie so I'd assume he likes the more psychedelic sounding beats and reggae-inspired music. But most of the time, as he's such a comedian and joker, he responds the most to BBC comedy such as .
  9. Well, where do I start then? I'm Ayla, or you can call me Static. I found this place after a friend of mine on tumblr discovered what tulpae were, as an explanation for her own head voices. You might have seen me on the IRC a little. I'm not really new to tulpa - just the name, terms and ideology behind it. I suppose you could say I grew up with the metaphysical, shamanic approach to "other beings" and "imaginary" friends. So while I might seem a little too spiritual and multidimensional to some of you, it's just the approach I've had to my tulpa during my childhood and tulpae as multidimensional facets of myself seems to be the explanation that made the most sense to me. But of course, there's always something new to learn every day, and I'm certainly not cutting myself off from the psychological theories either. I have four main Tulpae, with Kaigan being the oldest (5+ years) and most active. Spencer is my newest vocal tulpa and, unlike Kai, has been "forced" to a certain degree. So, I'm here on this forum to see where my philosophies take us. That, and to let said tulpae interact with others and learn more about how they've come into existence. That said, nice to meet you all.