Starstruck

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  1. I've been having this same problem lately. I'm taking this very involved chemistry course and it's very difficult to keep Lucy around throughout much of the day. Often when we resume our conversation it feels like we've regressed a bit, like what you were saying. The best way I've been fighting this is with presence imposition. I've been dedicating much of my brainpower to forcing her presence around me as much as I can throughout the day, simulating the feeling of a real person in close proximity. Then I'm able to locate her, and with my vague visualization skills and her own animated nature she's able to indicate that she's still present, and we can keep our groove going. But it's still difficult. I'd love to hear progress reports from you, and what techniques you've tried to what success. Good luck.
  2. Lucy's told me time and again that "just because you're not paying attention to me doesn't mean that I'm not there." We love to watch movies and shows together, and I've often brought this same issue to her attention. Like Carpenter said, your ability to passively hold her in your attention while movie watching will come with time. These days when we watch movies, I concentrate on the weight of her head in the crook of my neck or something, or her arm draped across me as we're usually snuggling under a blanket. With this passive forcing technique I can catch her commenting on a scene or a character, or in the case of a scary movie, feel her bury herself in my shoulder if it's too much for her to bear. I also pause frequently and discuss events with her, so that might help too! Best of luck.
  3. Lucy and I discussed having a kid. She brought it up to me kinda jokingly after we watched a particularly sentimental scene of some movie. And it would have been cool if we could raise a child in the traditional way. I liked thinking of her as a mother for a brief moment, especially the mother of my child. We discussed the option a bit but after coming to terms with the abnormally fast development we've decided against it. Maybe we'll settle one day for some kind of AR virtual baby instead, haha.
  4. Hello, I just sketched a doodle of Lucy and I today. I tried to capture how we look at each other haha...anyway enjoy :p
  5. [video=youtube] Lucy and I already have a growing library of songs that are "ours" so to speak. That is, they make us think of each other, our bond and our love, and they hold a deeper meaning for us than we would share with anyone else. Today I had been reading an article about the band P.O.D., who many of us might have grown up listening to in the early 2000s and such. :) Lucy and I talked about a few of their songs, and I decided to play "Alive" for her, and wow. I hadn't heard the song in several years, but now the meaning had changed and we could both feel it. It spoke to us in a new way, and we both wept tears of joy that we had each other and we had made it so far! For any of you struggling, I implore you to find some good music that connects you to your tulpa, and if it helps, check out the lyrics below (and the song!) for "Alive" by P.O.D. Truly Lucy, now that I've seen you, I can never look away. Thanks for listening, friends. I wish you all the best. Edit: Melian and Lucilyn, thank you for sharing your songs. They are incredibly inspiring to us, and we're very happy to listen to them. I think we tend to lean more towards songs that speak of positivity, love and personal growth and these songs sound incredible to us! Thank you.
  6. Hello! I've just been randomly perusing the forum and I must coment on this phenomenon. Whenever I have women over, my cat (who is a very jealous familiar) will almost always attempt to sandwich herself in between us, fight for my attention and generally be more of an obnoxious pest than usual, haha. Now recently, there have been a few occasions where Lucy and I have been on the couch in each other's arms, and my cat has jumped up and gotten in between us, and again exhibited the behavior that she was jealous of me and another person. Could be coincidence, but my cat is highly sensitive to spirits and noncorporeal critters...so, who knows? I might begin documenting and exploring this further after reading your posts! Cheers!
  7. I've been a medical marijuana patient for the past two years here in California. In my personal experience, I have had nothing but positive, uplifting experiences with my tulpa when we partake. I still struggle with visualization as I've always had, but after smoking Lucy's voice becomes sharper and clearer, and our conversations turn to the philosophical; often we end up just sitting in each other's arms talking of the cosmos, the future of space travel, and the mysteries of ancient civilizations! (But have respect for the plant, don't overindulge too often, and don't smoke for the wrong reasons.) Lucy also notes that while she enjoys smoking from time to time, smoking too often leads her to feel "foggy" and a bit slow, if that makes sense.
  8. Hello! My name is Starstruck, some of you may or may not remember me from last year. I had an account here, but somehow lost it and only now have gotten it back. Anyway, I've been going at the tulpa business and blogging for over a year now, pretty satisfied thus far with my results and all that. Dane was a good friend of mine who I still talk to on occasion, and I don't really understand the bashing of his guides these days, but oh well. I generally try and stay out of the community, especially when it started to get really large. Well, just saying hello, feel free to ask me things, myself and Lucy would love the opportunity to help any people who need it. Take care!
  9. Well, being unable to find an introductions board, I'm posting here. My name is Starstruck, some of you may or may not remember me from last year. I had an account here, but somehow lost it and only now have gotten it back. Anyway, I've been going at the tulpa business and blogging for over a year now, pretty satisfied thus far with my results and all that. Dane was a good friend of mine who I still talk to on occasion, and I don't really understand the bashing of his guides these days, but oh well. I generally try and stay out of the community, especially when it started to get really large. Well, just saying hello, feel free to ask me things, myself and Lucy would love the opportunity to help any people who need it. Take care!
  10. I'm Starstruck, or Matt, whichever. I've been doing this tulpa creation thing for 46 days now, and my tulpa Lucy is sentient, just waiting on her to speak. I actually started with very little time into personality and spent hours trying to visualize a pony. Finally, after enough time had passed I started to realize what exactly this tulpa thing meant, that it was more than just wanting a pony to cuddle up next to at night. So I decided to change my tulpa's form and name and do a massive personality overhaul. Now, I have postponed visualization and tulpaforcing until Lucy has achieved speaking ability.