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  1. Hey there. One of the largest guides on the site was translated into french a while ago. Perhaps you'll find this interesting. http://myreader.toile-libre.org/uploads/My_52fa821da4f64.pdf
  2. This is actually a thing. I wonder if inducing this effect with a game involving your tulpa's form could help you visualize. Anyway, I think I might be getting a bit off-topic here.
  3. I'm pretty sure some users have used possession as a way to communicate with their tulpas before they could understand any kind of thought sent towards them. I think that was Sands' case, but I could be wrong.
  4. 1. I suppose it's possible. You could also just explain them that exams and sleep are important, and they'll most likely understand. 2. Some say that tulpas could help them remember stuff better. They will tell you what they (or you) think is "the right answer", but they won't be able to tell you the right answer to a question on a subject you've never studied. Tulpas are still a part of your brain, they can't "find" knowledge that you didn't have in the first place. 3. Sure. You could even work on them during recess, and a bit during classes, but that would be "passive" forcing (doing s
  5. Possession can be started at anytime. Think of it as something additional, that isn't required before doing anything, and that doesn't require anything either ; some have even done possession before their tulpa was vocal. Imposition, on the other hand, would require some experience with visualization. I can't tell you which is best, because they're so different. One's about seeing/hearing/etc your tulpa with hallucinations, and the other is about allowing your tulpa to control your body (or parts of it) and interact with physical objects with it. You can't really compare. It's all about wha
  6. I would think that if you have managed to impose the first form, imposing the second form shouldn't take too much work ; but I cannot actually impose my tulpas yet, so don't take my word for it.
  7. It's entirely possible. Just make sure you know that you're speaking to your tulpa when doing narration, as opposed to talking to yourself. If you find it harder to do when you don't imagine their form next to you, you could still do what Eldamaur said, put them in an object of some sort that's easy to visualize, and work on a real form once you're ready to advance.
  8. Yes. You might want to be used to visualizing all the forms that you want your tulpa to be able to have. But no, you do not need to actually impose your tulpa's form(s). Visualization will do just fine. Symbolism's a personal thing that will make stuff very easy for some, and that could confuse others even more. As long as you can find a meaning behind the symbolism, and that you can just think "this actually makes sense", it should work. But what I mean with this is that I, from my own point of view, cannot tell you whether or not it will work, for we all think differently. Try doing
  9. A tupper can change its form and become just anything you can imagine, so long as you can visualize it. As long as you can visualize the different forms you want them to have, and perhaps what it looks like when they transform (for instance, a cloud of black smoke appearing around them and vanishing once the transformation is over), the tupper will be able to change their own shape whenever they feel like it. A form is in no way permanent, and you may change it at will. The only thing you will need is a little bit more practice.
  10. Visualizing the tulpa can help you remember that you're talking to the tulpa (as opposed to talking to yourself), but it's also possible to keep that in mind without having to imagine that the tulpa is standing next to you all the time, so visualization during narration sessions isn't actually obligatory. Don't think that you're narrating to yourself, though. You have to direct your thoughts towards your tulpa. As for the second question about visualization, well, sure, you can try to do it as often as possible. Practice makes perfect, after all. If you happen to have difficulties adding to
  11. I'm pretty sure some people did it. This is commonly called "Switching", and we have a few guides on that. I remember seeing some users here stating that they switched pretty often, but that was a while ago, and I can't really remember their username.
  12. I tend to do that as well, but I just never considered the imagined person to be sentient. That's probably why it didn't turn into a tulpa, even though I have done that for a little more than four or five years, I think. Though I remember my tulpa pushing that visualization out of the way to take its place, flying around the car for a little while.
  13. Thinking that the cutie mark will change your tulpa's destiny... I don't know, I think it's like giving it a backstory in a way, which is something people don't usually suggest. Just assume that the cutie mark is a simple drawing, not representative of anything, and not forcing the tulpa to do something it doesn't wish to do. This also means that just because your pony tulpa has no cutie mark does not mean it has no talent and/or has not found its "special talent" yet. Also, if the Tulpa doesn't like its cutie mark, remember that forms are in no way permanent, and that it'll just ask you to
  14. People often seem to visualize the things they read about (like a story), even without noticing. Maybe you could try reading a story you find interesting and see if it's easier to visualize than something improvised. Then, maybe you could try saying (or thinking) a description of something you want to visualize, and finally, get used to it up to the point where descriptions are no longer needed. It's only a suggestion, though. I've never done it and I can't be sure it'll help so much. I'm just assuming it could be a way around this problem.
  15. Passive forcing is, I think, when there is no "preparation" before. When you don't try to meditate or relax for a while before forcing, and just go and visualize/narrate to your tulpa while you walk in a direction, speak with someone, draw a pony, etc. Talking to your tulpa on your way to school goes in "Passive forcing", I believe. Although people could say that active forcing (meditate, try not to be disturbed, don't think of anything else, etc.) might be more productive, passive forcing is also a good way to let your tulpa experience things in real time, so they can see how a friend acts
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