CarbonFox

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  1. sorry again, i thought that the stage that you're up to might change the remedy for fixing it a little.
  2. ah sorry, always found the interpretation to differ from place to place my understanding was always Open Eye/Closed Eye Imposition/Imposing:: The act of creating mindseye objects into your reality, at this point they are not visible but you should be able to “feel” their presence. Closed/Open eye means exactly that respectively Visual Imposition/Imposing: Same as open eye visualisation except you can actually SEE whatever you have created and it is indistinguishable from real world objects. Inanimate objects created this way are also called imposed objects never actually used a wonderland because i misinterpreted the guides and just opened eyed from the beginning so i wouldn't say they're in my mind persay i've been forcing for a good 6 months on both of them, they're both fine and, well whatever a healthy tulpa would be, but it's just when i'm going to bed, not even just forcing in bed they're usually still for focus. Just when i start to go to sleep, or they try and interact with me, will usually just end with them rolling off the bed or rolling to the side and getting stuck in a roll loop. this only ever happens laying down in bed, all their movements are fine while walking or being active or if they're just sleeping while i'm at my computer. it seems to upset them a little and my youngest one has taken to turning into a inanimate object to kinda "reset" her positioning. which seems to work to an extent but is only a temporary solution and usually happens again.
  3. Hey, since i've started i've been getting weird "glitches" with my tulpas, usually when i'm sleeping or laying down sometimes their form will start spinning uncontrollably or get stuck in a loop, like a frictionless barrelroll in place or spinning around standing up. It kinda bothers them and concerns me. Also if i'm laying down sleeping they're incapable of sitting on my belly/back and will roll off regardless of how much i try and force/parrot their positioning. it's only really a problem in bed and i would love to be able to sleep with them without these oddities. Also if if screwed up posting or this is in the wrong spot i'm sorry this is my first time using tulpa.info