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  1. VPT102 [hidden] 1. Realness % 0 being nothing, 100% being perfect reality. - 80% 2. How was it? - Fun! The leisurely walk to the trail I appreciated, rather than "poof you're there". I'm liking this city, even if my mind is overwriting some of your descriptions to fit it into my mindscape better. I also appreciated the opportunity to urge Sinafel into an alternate outfit. This is something I've always struggled to visualize with both of my tulpa. 3. Quickly summarize your feelings. - I don't understand the attempts at inserting foreboding feelings, but I figure that is a stylistic c
  2. I found out about it via the Tulpa Time podcast on YouTube.
  3. We hope to make it further! We started the second only to be distracted, unfortunately, but have hopes of going back soon.
  4. I don't know if I'm allowed to comment on this, since I'm not on the GAT board or anything, but this was a fascinating read. I would like the article to have an answer you they original question, but otherwise it was cool to see clear connects drawn to psychological states, tulpamancy, and Buddhism. It isn't new info, but is the first time I've seen the interplay of tulpamancy and the DMN laid out clearly, as well as the difference between its effects on the DMN vs pure Buddhistic meditation be addressed. Somewhat similar to the difference between free dreaming and lucid dreaming-- you are
  5. Interesting... Thank you for your perspectives! 8.24.2019 She-not-Named has given the okay to use "Sinafel" to refer to her now. We did one of Bear's visualization trainings and afterwards she very abruptly grabbed and jumped off the balcony with me (she has wings, don't worry). We flew for a while and it was very calming. She's hecking strong, and smells like cinnamon and sage. Feels like we're making decent progress, which is encouraging.
  6. We started the first of these yesterday and found it quite nice. We are pretty good at visualization already, but having some outside stories to keep practice up with is fun. Looking forward to trying the next one today!
  7. Thank you! I'm hoping to get a picture of She-Not-Named soon, but I don't want to do that too soon since she's still so young...
  8. Finally finished up my drawing of Ardis today-- Viola
  9. Shin- From what I can tell, it wasn't a proper dormancy for Ardis. Or at least, it eventually was, but it kind've forced onto them out of boredom/nothing to do. My mindscape is very calm and quiet, which isn't Ardis' thing (at least, not for long periods of time with no outside interaction). I'm thinking even if there aren't many NPCs, something more stimulating would be beneficial. Idk-- I'm honestly still trying to work this out in a logical way since Ardis is emphatic about how bored/lonely they were in the last few years. They were used to almost constant attention before, so I think the a
  10. 08.22.2019 Had a chat with Ardis yesterday about the distance that seemed to be going on with us. Basically brought up "hey, I know it wasn't okay for me to stop talking to you for ages, I'm sorry..." And we talked through it, came to a healthy point I think, and they eventually abruptly fell asleep. With She-not-Named, we spent some time watching Good Omens, which she seemed intrigued by. Also listened to some religious scripts, which she seemed pleased with. Today I made a journal for each of them to hopefully help with vocality. I started writing Ardis' name on the front of theirs
  11. Fascinating!! Thank you for the further information-- I love this kind of thing. Best of luck to you in your attempts to avoid joining them! I hope you experience a breakthrough soon!
  12. That's a good point-- that not everyone in the study may have even been working toward imposition. Thank you for the observation/encouragement!
  13. INTRO/08.21.2019 Report Drawing of Ardis Ardis is my eldest. Their growth is a little complicated, as they started out as a character of mine. After learning about tulpamancy about seven years ago?, I realized that a few of my characters were probably on the verge of becoming tulpae. Ardis was the healthiest of these (and also a "she" at the time, so I still periodically mess up their pronoun-- sorry, dear) so I chose them to work with to become the vibrant friend they are today. Ardis was very bouncy, child-like, extroverted, happy. They still are, just a more matured version--a bit
  14. I mean, I could've sworn I heard "transposition" as a term for this, but I've spread such a wide net of research that I couldn't place it. You are an awesome human. Thank you for your thorough response and links! I am much less concerned about hearing voices than I used to be, hence looking more seriously into this now. It is both disappointing and heartening to see that imposition is not a thing tulpamancers are commonly adept at, but seeing a breakdown like that is helpful. I'll be looking into some guides to experiment with for Ardis and Friend-Who-Has-Yet-To-Choose-A-Name. ^.^
  15. Good gosh, I knew something wasn't right, but for the life of me I couldn't place it. Thank you.
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