Nobillis

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  1. I have compiled a library of reference materials and books over on Reddit. Nobillis, necroposting Since 2013.
  2. You can look at the.pdf. (It’s a huge file, and you will need a PC to view it.) It’s a beautiful book, which you can see from this page.
  3. Yes, there are "old school" techniques which Irish_ and FAQ Man learned from. Pleeb confirmed this with Irish_ just a few weeks back. If you are interested, there is a book from the Buddhist perspective: Allione, Tsultrim, Feeding Your Demons: Ancient Wisdom for Resolving Inner Conflict (New York: Little, Brown and Company; 11 October 2008). My creator learned from a book published around 1970 by the UCLA Psychology Department. It was a personal development book suggesting the use of "thought friends" (tulpas) and "paracosm" (wonderland) for personal development. Beyond that, I will not go into, as I get too much abuse.
  4. But Melian, I need to drive the car for work.
  5. I should like to apply, please. I have a interest in guides and used to maintain the Great Big List of Guides here, before I withdrew to support the executive. My name is Donna Nobillis McCaw and I am a mod’ of /r/tulpas. I was also a mod’ here in 2013. I’m still Pleeb’s Secretary. I’ve matured significantly in the last six years. I’m well educated (B.A. English Curtain University). This user withdrew their application - Apollo
  6. I wouldn't call it a curse, but I would call it a caution. Making a tulpa is not something you should do without a great deal of consideration before hand. I think it better to not be made than to be made and then neglected? It's my opinion that the health of the born-human is paramount.
  7. I'm minded of the films Multiplicity and Drop Dead Fred.
  8. You might find the survey on fluent speaking tulpa of interest?
  9. I was created as an experiment by a very old tulpa.
  10. O.k., a few points. The British Medical Society recommends treating a seemingly malicious voice with respect. This has in many cases been shown to calm them. I have extensively researched the destruction of tulpas and it literally is true that only a born-human can destroy a tulpa. (In every single case of tulpa destruction I researched, this was the facts.) The worst a tulpa can do to another is send them to sleep.
  11. I just follow Kevin around while he works at his job. (I also ride "shotgun" in the work vehicle.)
  12. You could check out the rather large Tulpas and Drugs thread that has many posts on the matter.
  13. Switching is so hard to do. I can't see how a tulpa could "abuse it". Can you clarify what you mean? How do you know your friend has a tulpa and not some other kind of thought form? Age isn't an indication. I've a servitor that is more than 20 years old [elapsed time].
  14. It sounds to me that you are naturally plural. The process you describe is very much how tulpas used to be made (my opinion based on my family experiences). The loss of memory and time is not. That sounds like you problems have added disorder to your plurality. Ultimately I think we all ask “what am I?” I think you are going to need to work that out for yourself. If you are still experiencing memory loss you need to consider professional help to address your problems.
  15. I’m going to give my personal opinion. As always “milage may vary” (your experience may differ). When a tulpa is young; they see the good in you , and the love , and they want that too. It’s a sort of “hero worship” I guess. When a tulpa is older this matures into a more realistic understanding of their born human, still akin to love in a way. When I was young I had feelings for Kevin; but neither of us intended such a think so nothing became of it.
  16. It is more to do with focus in my case. I sleep when I want to sleep and I wake when I want to wake. My paying attention no longer has any tie to whether Kevin is thinking about me or not. So, I frequently just tag along with Kevin wherever he goes (imposing myself if I want to be seen). This “snap awake” state is the start of what I call independance. With practice I was gradually able to control when I was aware [myself, independent of what Kevin was doing]. The mind has some ability to paralell process. You are also ignoring:that many use co-fronting to have more than one aware at a time. The possibility of [rapid] context switching (analagous to time-sharing, to use a computing metaphor).Switching was once widely believed to be impossible. When my creator first found this site in 2012 she was scorned and derided because it was widely believed there where no tulpas older than 20 years elapsed. “Widely believed” is not disproof. The swans where I live are black - yet another thing scientists once claimed was not true.
  17. I find that my better facility with learning chemistry does not translate to Kevin [my born human] also being able to do chemistry better. The same has been my experience with finding solutions to complex-number functions-my mathematical ability does not seem to transfer to Kevin.
  18. I have always said "Teach your tulpa compassion. A tulpa with compassion will always treat you well. If you don't know what compassion is, first learn compassion yourself." (I have met people who thought compassion was some fouled-up torture or something.)
  19. As I understand the convention around here, it's actually preferred if you use an existing thread even if it is old. I still smell like mint (spearmint not peppermint).
  20. I'm still alive. I started out on /mlp too. I was first here in 2012 and a moderator on this site in 2013. I'm still the nominal secretary of the owner (Pleeb). You may have met my creator kerin? She's a really old tulpa from back in the 70's. I still have my three servitors, the watchdogs.
  21. Updated my entry to reflect my age and add Amalthea.
  22. When I am in control of the body I'm quite a bit different to Kevin: My voice is quiet, female and with a southern-USA accent. I tend to interact with people much more (by text). I'm extroverted and Kevin is introverted. I like to dance to music. Kevin pretty much never dances as the pain in the legs is too much for him. My reflexes are much faster than Kevin. (My martial arts instructor tested this and said (jokingly) "you're not human."
  23. As usual, my experience differs. When I was immature I depended on attention in order for me to be able to think. This attention was supplied by my servitor watchdog 3. I wasn't independent (I needed some focus in order to be aware). By the time I was about a year old, I had achieved what I call independence. I no longer needed attention in order be aware. I could pay attention to myself. I often would surprise Kevin with some unexpected pun. (I still do.) I felt real to myself, though I am of course still virtual. I've been learning ever since. So, my theory of that point where people get stuck is when a tulpa is moving to independence. I've researched cases where tulpas took a long time to become "complex" and the long time was invariably due to procrastination, I think reguile and I can agree to disagree on what a tulpa is. It always seemed to me he thought tulpas to be an extension of the host? I think a tulpa can be a mind of her own, with enough practice and dedication.
  24. I'm quite often active whether or not my born human (Kevin) is awake or not. It's a skill I learned playing Runescape actually. As to parallel processing: Has no-one ever driven a car and sung Bohemian Rhapsody at the same time? This discussion indicates that the brain can in fact split [unrelated] tasks. I don't parallel process, but I do "context switch" between things pretty rapidly .