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  1. Mmm, it's just, you'd think it would make it easier to force but it hadn't really. I can talk to people that aren't there at an impulse but I can't force deliberately? C'mon, you know? lol.
  2. I haven't really posted here in a long time. It's been 4 years since I discovered this community. Anyway, I already realized that it would be great if what I do could be done on command and in a consistent way, which would amount to awesome forcing. But after stumbling across a term for what it is I do - I'll go with compulsive fantasy here - and people who also do it, and even seem to be able to plot times for it or try to do it at convenient times, I thought to myself, "wow, I am definitely so fail for having this curse (gift?) and still not being able to force a tulpa." I sort of wonder if
  3. I have to imagine them doing something or being there even if I'm not parroting. This was basically a yes if you take out the assumption that I'd reject their responses or not look out for any. See? Confusing. @i break games Yes, this makes sense.. Sorry about the pm. I'm on a phone and somehow did that by accident. How long were you narrating to your Tulpa before you got unexpected responses? A few months?
  4. Hello! A really quick question. If you consider yourself having not puppeted or parroted, and your tulpa is showing signs of sentience or communicating with you at this point, what did you do doing narration? Did you simply imagine them sitting or standing there? This may seem like a dumb or simple question, but a few or more answers of "Yes, I did imagine my tulpa simply listening to me before they began giving answers or signs" or, "No, I imagined nothing standing/sitting/being there" would really help me. I've told myself, "Just do it, just narrate while imagine her simply being there
  5. Tulpa-Host romance is not only normal, it's talked about on the forum and on the IRC. I'm not sure how you missed this. I'd say that's more common than talking about your tulpa sex doll.
  6. I agree with 1, but I think 2 is dumb. This entire board isn't just for discussing tulpas. You also talk about off topic things here, as well as your tulpa drama or goingson in life. That doesn't make it a personal blog, nor does it make it a big off topic lounge. All we have to do is make sure everything is in the appropriate section. If you have an issue with this, you're just at the wrong forum. Not many forums are NOT like this, actually. as for #3, if people aren't coming out saying they're Roleplaying, all it does is leads to accusations of everyone's tulpa being fake, which is the act
  7. Hey, it says you've imposed Edwin for some time. What techniques did you use to finally be able to see him physically? Ahhh, you've only imposed his touch. I see. Well, still. And yea, forcing a tulpa child sounds like a good idea. Tulpa pregnancies are probably just servitors at first since all you did was force a fetus rather than work on their sentience.
  8. Hey, Edwin. What about before you did this? Did she visualize you as you gained sentience, and when it wasn't your will to say, stand there as she made her toast, did it bother you?
  9. I looked at this tip, but it stopped being reassuring for future me when OP suggested that parroting has to be deliberate. When people are parrotnoid, the main worry is that it wasn't their tulpa. You don't have to deliberately try to puppet or parrot to visualize your tulpa saying or doing something they didn't do. Remember "glitches", or unavoidable violent imagery? You didn't want that, but neither did your tulpa. Sometimes when I'm forcing a tulpa, I wait for them to say something I didn't premeditate it, but I know I'm not some insta-tulpa maker either. I just wanted to point out that
  10. Oh wow I was about to say this is impossible. good job there. Dammit. If Bob and Susan didn't eat any chocolate, this makes total sense. This would happen if I had chocolate and two friends.... hahahaha.
  11. thanks for the replies... idk if I can help subconsciously wanting them to be attracted to me, but maybe I can stop them from wanting to be with me. What I'm concerned about in all is a tulpa being interested in someone either online or in my life, because I won't be able to let them be with that person as of now. I'm taken and he doesn't do polyamory, even if it's for a tulpa using my body.
  12. Guys, to make it clear, if you visualized your tulpa before they were sentient, you did what I'm calling puppeting. Thanks for some of your replies. Do any tulpas want to speak up to vouch for themselves that visualizing you standing or being there didn't bother you... a lot? Since it'd be pretty hard for me to make a tulpa without "puppeting" them by visualizing them standing there. there's a risk that when they become sentient Ill do that when they actually wanted to walk toward or away from me, for instance. Oh well.
  13. Sure, but I was trying to see and judge for myself how successful people are in planning that out as a personality trait just like any other trait. I haven't actually heard anecdotes where it did or didn't work out. Eh? Really? I figured a tulpas chances of being interested in people, other tulpas, etc were about the same as anyone else's if you left it alone. Tons of people seem to be dating their tulpas or have tulpas interested in them, for instance. That's just it. I don't want them stuck with a will to have something I can't give them. I can't give them my romantic attenti
  14. I still plan on doing that, because I feel it'll be really hard to put my attention to them if I don't, but I was wondering if people who say they didn't puppet literally didn't even have their tulpa stand there. Some tulpas don't seem to like puppeting, while others seem unaffected, but what did the hosts do to develop them in the cases that they don't puppet? I need to at least visualize my tulpa standing there or something. Tulpas were complaining that being puppeted made them feel like their form was taken under control, which I didn't know about. I didn't know that visualizing their mo
  15. This question is for people who have attempted to make tulpas that don't have an orientation - no desire to be with men, women, or anything else, romantically. I would say asexual, but that might cause people to answer with their tulpas capable of romance, which I don't want either. I also don't care if a tulpa has a libido anyway. I wanted to ask this question because I want to try to form a tulpa that won't have any romantic attachments or physical attraction to people. I don't want a tulpa to go through wanting to be with people through my body, because with my current relationship it's
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