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  1. Hello! I've been researching into tulpamancy for over a year now and I actively started about 2 weeks ago. I was passive forcing at first, but now I want to start really training my active forcing skills in terms of fully immersing myself in a wonderland. But as the title says, I'm having some difficulty, especially with my wonderland. The thing is that I consider myself to be quite the good artist so I know exactly how my tulpa and wonderland looks from every which way, but it feels as if my "mind's eye" is somewhat biased towards art over reality. What I mean by that is it's easy for me to do open-eye visualization, like I can imagine my tulpa and wonderland in a realistic fashion, but as soon as I close my eyes and "active" force, my tulpa and wonderland become stylized. It's difficult to imagine my wonderland in a realistic manner. I did some sleuthing around for answers but ultimately couldn't find a guide that helped much. When I do closed-eye visualization, I have the least trouble when I'm in the third person and my wonderland and tulpa are in a painterly style, namely the art style of Studio Ghibli's movies. Is it okay to have less realistic wonderlands in this manner? Is this unhealthy towards the development of a non-stylized tulpa (which ultimately is the goal)? Should I really try to strain myself to make a more realistic wonderland? Thank you guys so much for your help in advance, and if there's anything that needs clarifying, please let me know!