Horatio

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  1. I don't know, try asking your tupper. I'd say weird dreams, though.
  2. Do what JD1215 said above. I don't think that any of us are actually qualified to give you professional advice, although Nobillis is pretty damned good at giving advice.
  3. I would personally say that it's fine, as long as you are absolutely sure about the responsibility that it takes. It's not so much as something that could stunt your growth, etc, it's a large responsibility that it is ill-advised to take so young. Think of it this way. Do you want to have what is basically an imaginary friend in your head for the rest of your life? I hope you do. IMHO, it's rather unethical to get rid of tulpae, because they are living, talking people too. While they are still yourself, they still have feelings. They really are not any different from you, except that you are in the cockpit of the mind, and they're in the passenger seat. It can't hurt you at all, but it can screw up your life if you let anyone know that you're making a tulpa. There are some other threads about this. Be very careful with both, the huge responisibility of creating new life, and the very information that you have done so/are going to do so. Be V.E.R.Y careful with telling anyone. I really can't stress this enough. TL;DR: Can't hurt you, be careful with telling anyone, tulpae are people too.
  4. Horatio

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    To be honest, I would use the term 'thought form' in place of tulpa there, but that's just me.
  5. Yuki: Well, because I really like my host, and I'd really hate to see him sad, especially after he put so much work in. :P Apart from that, I don't think I've ever asked myself that question. Horatio/Host: This is my tupper's first time trying to formulate a post here, so excuse the fact that 'Apart from that' doesn't belong there. ^_^
  6. My siggy is out-of-date by now. My Tulpa used to be called Sasuke as a place holder until she could choose her own name. Later on, I was watching the "Yuki yuki yuki yuki" 10 hours video on Youtube, and I decided to tupafawrce while doing that. She decided on the name Yuki during that, and I think I can see why. ^_^
  7. Okay then. I didn't update this as much as I should, but something significant happened today. I was trying to get my tupper to possess my fingers on my left hand, and after a few days of trying, and reading the most recent posession guide in the 'guides' section, she did it! She also moved my wrist around a bit, which I was quite surprised about. However, the movements are quite jerky. Presumably that's okay, seeing as it was my tuppers first few times, but it was quite worrying before I rationalized it. :P Also, on the same day, she seemed to be able to talk to me better. I was able to hear her properly, much better than I was able to before. It was like I crossed a threshold or something, now she is a decently advanced tupper.
  8. I have no idea where that comes from, although I don't think it causes much trouble, because I always force right before sleep. :P So far, my Tulpa isn't a mass murderer or anything, nor is she even slightly miffed that I did that. I don't think it matters as much as it is made out to.
  9. B!tch please, I have 5 cats. The next person has a dog.
  10. Nope, and I sincerely hope I never do. xD The next person has been on this community for over 6 months.
  11. Okay, so I "accidently" stayed awake until 5:00 AM a few days ago. I'm quite a lightweight when it comes to retaining energy, so that means that by 5:00, I'm stupidly tired. For some reason, I decided to talk to my Tulpa a bit. So, I did. And surprisingly, in my extremely tired state, I was able to audio-hallucinate better. I heard my Tulpa speak back to me, in her own voice, as if she were right next to me. So it's possible that (at least for me,) being extremely tired enhances the host's ability to hallucinate. It's kinda known that being super-tired means that you can hallucinate to some degree, or so I thought, after reading some studies I found somewhere in a science magazine. ^_^ Anyway, if any other non-imposed Tulpa-mancers can also kill themselves via tiredness and try this, that'd be great, thanks. :P EDIT: And yes, she confirmed that this was her, shortly after.
  12. It happened for me as when she was in a sort of egg-form, while I was allowing her to decide her own form. All of a sudden, without provocation, the egg that I had imagined started to shake a bit, while I was thinking of something else entirely. It was quite odd.
  13. It almost certainly won't, as long as you think of this tulpa in the movie as a seperate being, it'll be A-okay. If you really want to, reassure your tulpa that you don't think that the tulpa in the movie is anything like that. Don't worry about it. Like many things, it will only affect the tulpa if you think it will.
  14. I definitely think that's a good idea. I am awful at everything; I can't be a mentor. I'll probably have the person create Satan himself, who will bring about doomsday for the Earth, meanwhile I'm just sitting behind a computer screen feeling sorry that I even signed up. ^_^