Neon_Spark

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  1. Well, is there anyway I can get a conversation going? I've tried to talk to him but I'm not getting any response, like he can't hear me, I can't hear him or my brain is blocking him out by mistake. If I heard my tulpa respond to me at least once, I would be extremely happy.
  2. I have but every time I tried I get no response.
  3. I think I'm getting a response but I'm not sure. Sometimes (but kinda rarely) I think I hear my tulpa before I go to bed. I would probably shrug this off due to the way I force (I use the JDBar method both passively and actively, which can lead to confusion once the tulpa is vocal) but every time it happens it stands out and feels out of place, like I didn't say it. Could this be my tulpa trying to talk to me? Note, I haven't felt this response at any other time. (at least, none that I can recall)
  4. For a while now I have been using the JDBar method but instead of stopping about a month to let my tulpa do it's own thing, I have continued for a few months and I've had my doubts... I don't think my tulpa is developing properly, I haven't felt any signs of sentience as far as I know and I'm getting worried. I've been doing this for over a year and have been using different methods and have been having focusing problems. What am I doing wrong?
  5. Right, first off thanks for shortening it. Secondly Kiahdaj mentioned something about physical dissociation, which is the first thing you do when you try to switch normally. It would simply-ish (I believe) allow you to disconnect from you body and let it go on auto-pilot, still doing basic functions (Breathing, pumping blood, etc.) without the host or any tulpae controlling the advance functions. (Movement, talking, etc.) As far as I can tell everything should work as intended if this gets a more fleshed-out guide for it. The only draw-back I can see is if someone says "You are now breathing manually", You will probably need to retake control before you pass out. But that will probably never happen... Also before you say anything about the auto-pilot thing not working, what do you think the sub-conscious is? although maybe it's possible for the sub-conscious to control the advance functions like what happens during sleep-walking... Then again, maybe not...
  6. Ok, I struggled to understand you just then. Can you put that in a simpler, tl;dr kind of way? Please? How do you even do physical dissociation? I assume it's the same way with normal switching but without the switching bit. But if not then how would someone do that?
  7. I would try it myself but I'm working on my tulpa, so I'm a bit preoccupied. That and I wouldn't know the first thing on switching or whatever were calling this. Switch-forcing? That sound dumb but it's a good placeholder name... I didn't say anything about actual astral projection, I said it's a SIMILAR concept. Also if we have to use astral projection to actual do this then we should move this topic to the metaphysics board...
  8. The term "Out-of-body experience" comes to mind. It's a similar concept, if not almost the same. You can leave your body, with or without a tulpa, and explore, free of physical constraints. The only difference would be that you would go into your wonderland with your tulpa (in development or "complete") or something similar.
  9. I have a theoretical idea for a new way to tulpaforce. What if someone were to skip ahead and work on switching before anything else? I know such a thing has been done without tulpae, (Out-of-body experience) but could this be used to develop a tulpa much faster and, possibly, be used to tell if a tulpa is sentient? Now I don't know if a tulpa can tell if another tulpa is sentient or not unless the get a response like the host but if that is the case, then this could be used for learning if a tulpa is sentient or not early since when you switch you basically become a tulpa. If not the early sentience detection or faster development times, then at least it would allow more fun with the tulpa since you would actually be in the wonderland. It could also help people with a short attention span. (It's hard not to be distracted by the world around you since you're always there.) Could this be possible? If so, then why has nobody mentioned it before? EDIT: I understand the challenge of switching, (This is why switching is one of the last "end game" things to do) but I just want to know if it could be done. FOR SCIENCE!
  10. Good point. Really good point. But think about it for a second, what if we know that the tulpa is not sentient and only do it once in it's development? Would that really be enough to destroy the tulpa's personality? What if it was sentient but not vocal, how would that change it? (I just like asking questions and pushing boundaries.)
  11. What about certain methods some people use to develop their tulpa, like the JDBar method? The JDBar method encourages puppeting and parroting, so how would this affect the tulpa's consent? Especially if they are not sentient to give the consent, with or without parroting.
  12. I've been reading into the do's and don't's of tulpa development from >here<. It got me thinking about the controversy about tulpa sex, when is the point when it's ok? Now, before you say, no, I'm not making a tulpa for sex, I'm just doing in-depth research! Ok? Ok. Now, when I mean "when is it ok?", I mean at what point in their development? I know that creating a tulpa for sexual reasons can make it psychologically damaged to the point where it will try to harm you. So say that the reasons were as standard (A best friend, a spiritual guide, etc.), so at what stage in their development would it safe? It's pretty obvious it's not safe in the early stages but there could be exceptions. I don't really trust myself to give a correct answer, so I want the experts to weigh in. Just don't say that "I'm sick in the head" or anything like that, I'm just doing in-depth research. Besides, isn't this the questions and answers board?
  13. Is it ok to switch forcing methods if you have been developing your Tulpa for a long time? I'm wanting to switch from the standard "one sided conversation" method to the JDBar method. (the one where you parrot and puppet your tulpa to develop personality) I have been developing my tulpa for about a year but i've made very little progress. (I mostly activeforced for at least 10 minutes daily with little to no passiveforcing due to bad memory) Is this safe or is it a bad idea?
  14. Is there any simple ways to be able to look at my Tulpa, but not control his movements? Whenever I visualise my tulpa he always stays static or I move him myself by mistake. Simple techniques would be appreciated.
  15. I tend to have problems remembering to narrate to my tulpa since I have a kinda short attention span. Is there ways I can remember to narrate to my tulpa? I'm working on a watch with a icon on it to reminded me but other ways would be nice...