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  1. Parts of this site may fall quite deeply into the weird part of the internet (well more so than the topic of tulpas alone) - I'd seriously think twice before directing anyone I know to come look here.
  2. Memory certainly helps, but it's more important to establish the visual communication channel - allowing your tulpa to control the visualization rather than pulling everything from your own memory. A certain amount of conscious effort may be required in the initial stages to establish a well-defined starting point in your memory, but thereafter, the tulpa should control the visualization. Being too dependent on your memory may result in excessive puppeting, restraining the tulpa's freedom. I don't care for mind games like what you describe and I'm sure I'd be awful at it. I feel it's wasting effort in the wrong area. I have a hard time memorizing details about pointless things, but things that are important to me will get stored quickly and saved forever. I can "see" things that I've seen before mentally. Even complex things - if I've looked at it enough to commit to memory. The same thing with a tulpa. You need a clear mental image of their form. You need to be able to "think" in images, rather than words. As long as you have a strong mental image of your tulpa's form and an ability to think in images, they should be able to render "live" changes in your visualization, rather than you bringing forth everything from your memory. If it's important enough to your tulpa to require you to memorize a permanent change, your tulpa should present it in the visualization over and over until it's committed to your memory.
  3. What is the diameter of a square? If the product says "Do not use if seal is broken", how are you supposed to open it and use it? Can good looking Eskimo girls be called hot? Do siamese twins pay for one ticket or two tickets when they go to movies and concerts? If a mirror reverses right and left, why doesn't it reverse up and down? Why is a carrot more orange than an orange?
  4. [video=youtube] Full version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9C_mapQQa8
  5. Banned for skipping a message.
  6. Banned for stealing some of my fire.
  7. Well, whoever feels like answering can have a go... What shape is the sky? Why do overlook and oversee mean opposite things? Can fat people go skinny-dipping? If you try to fail and succeed, what did you just do? Why do people say, "You've been working like a dog" when dogs just sit around all day? Is this bullshit or fertilizer?
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    LGBT Tulpamancers

    Just something interesting I've noticed: Why is it that LGBT people feel the need to separate themselves into their own special areas/places/(threads) rather than integrating with the rest of society? You become the outcasts of society because you cast yourselves out, not because the rest of society does so. The reason we can't put our differences aside and just be "regular people" is because the LGBT crowd is not willing to do so. (They intentionally segregate themselves based on their sexual orientation.) -- Then they complain that society doesn't accept them when it's them that don't accept society...
  9. I'm not leaving - in fact, I've already sort-of left - but, I don't wanna make a new thread or necro something for just this post... So here goes... I've been a long-time occasional lurker. Meaning: Once I ceased my daily visits, I'd come back here every couple of weeks to see what's going on. What I've noticed is: This place is dying! All the good people have left. Some before me, some after me. Some say bye here, some don't. Since I joined, this site has been on a steady decline. The good, actually useful, tulpa-related content being submitted has been getting less and less. Insightful, tulpa-related discussions have been getting increasingly more rare. There was a period where this site became more active -- with worthless content. Worthless threads always seem to outnumber the good ones. While they go through cycles of activity, even those seem have been declining somewhat. Yes, we are seeing a total decline in the Tulpa.info community. This site ceased being a place I want to be ages ago, but I keep checking back hoping things will have changed. Every time I come back here only to find it has gone further down the shithole of irrelevancy. Can anyone try to convince me: Why would I - or anyone else, for that matter - want to stay here now?
  10. Don't you have better things to do with your time, OP? Posts like this make is seem like you're posting for that sake of posting, rather than posting for the sake of contributing something useful to the community. I'm off to go watch anime now - because that's a better way to waste my time than shitposting on tulpa.info
  11. FYI, some of us don't post because we feel this community is no longer worthy of our effort.
  12. This site is no longer the great place it once was. I rarely lurk here these days and I post even more rarely.
  13. I don't spend enough time here to be able to point fingers, but it does seem that this site gets shittier every time I return. There was a time, long ago, when people got banned for things that would now be disregarded as insignificant. Many of the older members, whom I respected, gave up on this site long ago and fled to other communities. I still stick around only for a handful of users who still make interesting posts, and to re-read old stuff from the "late greats". These days, very few posts of value are contributed here by anyone, and there is no longer any worthwhile .info to be gained. Again, I'm not singling out anyone - I really don't have the kind of time needed to read everyone's posts to figure out who's not shitposting so I can complain about the rest.
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