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FlyLo

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  1. Lately, I have been practicing piano on the way to becoming a virtuoso in a few years. The thought constantly crossed my mind that because I was getting older (18), I would have a much harder time due to certain neural patterns dealing with memory retention becoming naturally severed as I aged. So, I began looking into the reaches of tulpa more than I ever had. Certain aspects of the tulpa bring me to believe that their "neural connections" (They lack a physical brain) remain connected their entire lifespans: - Perfect memory recall - Possession/Switching - Near-perfect visualization skills naturally With this stated, I believe it is possible to expedite the process of learning a skill simply by working alongside a tulpa. This theory is in-progress and any comments/added material is appreciated.
  2. Not sure if this has already been mentioned but, Future Diary has some tulpa references in it. I just began watching it and the main character Yuki has 2 imaginary friends. In the episodes I've watched so far I noted that he is able to switch and go into an entirely different world at will. This closely resembles how most (including myself) are able to enter and even switch with their tulpa to go to our wonderlands. In the show, they are referred to as imaginary friends but, it appears they are something more seeing as he can interact with them to the point of physical contact. Of course, considering how Japan is (and has been for quite some time now) aware of tulpa, I doubt this comes off as unbelievable in the slightest. Just thought I'd put this in here even if it is irrelevant...... ┐('~`;)┌
  3. My WL is a combination of several different kinds of futuristic worlds turned into one huge world. It's pretty intense and kinda dangerous.
  4. I have been watching several anime like "The Boondocks" and "Afro Samurai" and in both shows the main characters seem to develop people to talk to in order to deal with stress. They do this unknowingly. In "Afro Samurai", Afro unknowingly creates a tulpa to deal with the stress of killing his master and many others to avenge his father. In "The Boondocks", Huey Freeman (one of the main characters) creates a tulpa to talk to as to cope with the public thinking he is a domestic terrorist. The tulpae seem to know things they do not know and see things they cannot see. This brings me to suggest that the media has purposely involved the theory of tulpa and put it in the public eye. Could this be true?
  5. I was just wondering is it possible for a tulpa or multiple tulpae to be sealed to an object such as a necklace or a ring? I've never heard of anyone doing it before and was wondering if it would be possible. And to go even further, would it be possible to give the item to another person, effectively transferring the tulpa to someone else?
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