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Chadack

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    I have been a part of tulpa.info since 2013 however I was practicing Tulpamancy back in 2008 also. I was mentored by my friend Oillin. (RIP 2013 in his 70s) A Tibetan Monk who had been practicing Tulpamancy since he was in his early 30s. It was really a privilege to be mentored by him…
    I myself have three tulpas, Jess, Flare, Gentjab(Jabbers.) [Gallery: https://imgur.com/a/hLkdR ]
    I am a married man now and my partner is accepting of my tulpas and has met every one of them..

    Myself Interests are, Music, Music Production, Drums, Guitar, Keys, 3D animation, Gaming, Game Dev, Drawing and of cause Tulpamancy.

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  1. I'll try figure that out As I don't have a computer available I don't think I can turn on downloads with Google docs ill add a download link to the post and the document itself
  2. Haha alright.. And also I don't use discord I use Reddit and Facebook though I'm in those tulpa groups
  3. Honestly if you have not already I would see a phycolost about this it sounds more like PTSD then OCD.
  4. In a very vague theory this shouldn't be happening But hay maybe it's a personality trait your tulpa has chosen
  5. Who here can switch with there Tups I can and have been since 3 years or so after I had them?
  6. This guide is one of many I hope to make This one is about visualisation and has some tips and tricks to help you guys out. It is a bit spasific but for some it will help. Though I hope to help many. I've been practicing tulpamancy since 2008 and visualisation since 2007 it's been a good journey and still going. I really want to share with you guys this guide Created by Chadack Inspired by Oillin my mentor. What is a tulpa. A tulpa is a thought form made sentient, an individual inside your mind who is capable of self-thought and feeling som
  7. That dosn't help. but thank for the reply
  8. Hello, I'm searching for more tulpamancers hiding out in Australia.
  9. I can parallel process, but only sometimes. Its not that i know exactly what my tulpas are doing, its that i can tell where they are and hear them sometimes when i want to concentrate on them. I can do this as im doing my own thing.
  10. Imposition works. My god it works. Not a day goes by I actually don't think back to when I could first actually touch my tulpas and they feel me doing so as well. IT IS STRANGE! Don’t get me wrong, if you put your hand to far down you go right though them at least that’s how it was, not anymore. From the start, I was trained on Visualization, this includes Imposing tactile feelings, audio, and seeing things that art there or adding them in. Though this has indeed taken one year. and that’s not even to get it perfect just to get it working. I've been doing this for 10 years and I (when i get ti
  11. Hi, my name is Chadack, I’ve been active in this community for a short while though have been off and on it. I have been practicing tulpamancey for 10 years. Though recently I have been active and would like to become a listed mentor. I have three tulpas, Jessa, Flaredash and Gentjab (Jabbers). I was mentored by my old friend Oillin, a monk who had one tulpa for his whole life. Do you view tulpas as a psychological phenomenon, a metaphysical one, or both? I believe tulpas are a psychological phenomenon and have other strong beliefs also that have nothing to do with mentoring new Tulpamancer
  12. Very interesting to have different opinions on this matter, Thanks everyone for your replies.
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