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  1. We tackled Higher and Advanced Higher courses together during school. My improvement in performance is directly associated with my Tulpa, she dealt with most memory management and offered a second perspective on most things. The improvement was so drastic that we wouldn't have had the grades to make it into university without the help. We now consistently get high marks in Computing Science and Mathematics at university. To begin with there really wasn't much improvement, it really requires some degree of being able to think in parallel with your Tulpa to really be able to take advantage of what they are capable of. This is where two years of practise got us, pretty worthwhile I'd say.
  2. Just after starting creating my Tulpa and for about half a year after, I had weird cravings for various foods, mostly pizza. The cravings symptom seems to be quite common. I also sometimes find myself using body language whilst talking to my Tulpa, despite communicating through mind-voice.
  3. I told both my parents about Tulpae, and I told them that I had one. My mum was open to the idea and brings it up in conversation sometimes, asking about my progress. My dad was very closed minded about the idea, not that he didn't believe that it was possible, he just thought that it was a bit pathetic that me and so many other people need such a thing as a Tulpa.
  4. Lirien: We're sort of in the same situation. We've found that when tackling imposition it is essential that both Tulpa and host do their bit to achieve it. Like you, I have little patience and if we go a day without making significant progress, I can end up doubting my ability to impose. As a Tulpa you should really try to get into understanding how your host perceives the world visually, and try to use that knowledge to build into their vision (peripheral vision first because it's easiest). Keep experimenting with things you can do to their perception of the world. All the host needs to do is try and concentrate on their Tulpa(e) and encourage their progress, passive and active forcing really helps this along. We've been doing this for a few months now and we've seen amazing progress. It might not work for you, but I really think that imposition (like a lot of things in tulpamancy) is a collaborative process. There's no fast way about it, I think that's just how it is, just don't give up! Hope this has helped.
  5. YES! We finally got it to work! Thank you so much for this amazing guide, Oguigi!
  6. Caffeine is a weird one for me. Sometimes I drink a cup of coffee before forcing and it results in the best forcing sessions and she sounds really clear and the visualisations are very vivid. Other times I get little response from my tulpa and the caffeine actually ended up as a hindrance to forcing.
  7. I have noticed that a few people on the forum with an imposed tupper say that sometimes the lighting is not quite right, it's not perfect, it's not 10/10. I want to be able to have my Tulpa imposed to my satisfaction, and I recently saw a post asking if you can impose objects before your Tulpa is imposed. I am going to try and sort of prepare my mind and train it for imposing my Tulpa by attempting to impose simple objects and perfecting the process before moving on to my Tulpa. What I would like to hear from all the other Tulpamancers out there is whether you think this is a good idea or if you have tried something similar when doing imposition and have some advice for me when trying this.
  8. This is the stage that we're at, I would give anything to have my Tulpa imposed. I presume it's just a case of working through it, but an idea of how long it will take would help because the whole thing gets somewhat tiresome. We've been working on imposition for about 2 months and I haven't seen so much as a flicker out of the corner of my eye. Just that first little bit of imposition would be great to let us know that we're doing it right and there's progress. Feels bad bro...
  9. One of my friends IRL managed to create a fully imposed tulpa in the space of two weeks. Apparently she had some sort of "mind-castle" for years before that, and I believe that it is due to this that her tulpa experienced a rapid development. It seems to be the more creative and imaginative people who are able to create a tulpa in such a short amount time.
  10. I currently take supplements of choline bitartrate and inositol along with a multivitamin supplement. I was wondering if anyone had any ideas on how these two nootropic substances affect tulpae and general tulpaforcing. My tulpa has reported that she sometimes gets mild headaches (I haven't experienced any headaches from them personally so), but we are not sure that it is from the nootropics. The supplements were originally for when I was doing lucid dreaming but if anyone knows if these chemicals have similar, positive effects, or if anyone knows of some other form of supplement that particularly helps when tulpaforcing, I would be glad to hear it.
  11. Okay, here's a question I don't think I've ever seen on the forums, so I don't know if anyone has had this happen before. Every time my tulpa is talking for an extended period of time, I can feel my vocal chords tighten in tandem to what she's saying. I'm not sure if this is confusion during message transfer from one part of my brain to the other, but it can cause me to doubt the extent of her vocality sometimes. Also, the sensation in my throat gets very irritating after multiple sessions of trying to stop it from happening when she tries to talk to me. If anyone has had this problem before, or has any advice, I would like to hear it.
  12. It's not cheating if you don't think it is. Relationship paradigms when concerning tulpae are not the same as when concerning individual people. In my opinion, there is nothing wrong with it. If you don't feel it's right, then don't do it. Simple as that.
  13. Robertmc12

    Tesla

    Well, I think the whole idea is plausible, but I don't think it is very likely that it was a tulpa. I think it was more likely that the pigeon was something else, as it was said, Tesla was insane...
  14. We sleep in the same bed together, IRL or in our wonderland.