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AttackDoughnut

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    I had heard of tulpas around two years ago, and had considered making one. I'd always had trouble maintaining friendships. Since I was young, I was frequently sick and couldn't go out much. Despite that, I had some people I considered my friends. But in high school, I got so sick I had to drop out sophomore year. During the 6 months I spent basically unable to stand by myself, not one of those people I thought was my friend did anything to check up on me. When I came back to school, every last one of them were just like, "Oh, you're back? Where were you?" I don't know about normal friendships, but when someone you see every weekday is gone for SIX MONTHS, you inquire about it at the least.

    Even in college, I've had trouble with friends. Out of the many awesome people who I hung out with, I only even talk to two of them anymore. Most of them just stopped talking to me, and two of them shut me out completely because of an argument we had about ten dollars... So I'm out two good friends and ten dollars. Life has been great in the social spectrum!

    Since high school and realizing I was totally alone, I've always wanted a best friend. And since discovering tulpas, it seemed like the perfect solution. I do realize the severity of the situation; a friend that's with you always and will be forever. So I took nearly two years to mull it over, and finally decided to go for it.

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  1. Granted. You can't control it and different parts of you are immediately teleported to the center of the earth, the sun, outer space, inside a rock, and your head replaces one of a department store mannequin, making the whole situation a lot creepier than it needed to be. I wish I could open the Adobe install manager on this laptop so I could finally be able to adjust the settings to view PDFs.
  2. Welp!!!... Yea, you're getting ahead of yourself. Hee. Imposition isn't something you should attempt until you have form and personality down 110%. But for future reference, it takes a -very- long time. From what I've seen, it takes around a year, but some have gotten to where they can see them (just not super well) in several months. Even master tulpamancers can't seem to break it in a short amount of time. It's just extremely difficult. But you can do it if you put your mind to it! Just slow down, focus on making your tulpa and getting to know them. Imposition is the absolute last
  3. No problem! Always happy to help. Feel free to PM if you have any more questions or anything like that.
  4. Either or! It makes sense to talk to them in your head if there are others around. But if you -can- talk to them out loud without risk of people asking you questions, it helps a bit. It has to do with brain chemistry. (My sister is a neuro-bio-whatever type person) Yes! Yes you can. It helps a great number of people to do that. I certainly need a picture of my tulpa Sigma to visualize him better. I -can- already, but I want it to be absolutely perfect. With a looooooooot of time and effort. It's an extremely lengthy process that requires various techniques of "experiencing
  5. A Deviant Among Deviants It occurs to me, as I want to write an update on how the little ones are doing, that I'm a deviant among deviants! I mean, I have a tulpa in an inter-host relationship, and have little baby tulpas in my head. How often does -that- happen?! Ah, well. I'm happy, and not hurting anyone, so I don't even care! Onto the kippies! They're all doing super well! They're all wobbling about, flopping all over the place as they try to be more sure of their walking abilities. And their eyes all opened yesterday! I know that's pretty fast, but they both aren't bound by
  6. Chibi-esque thing that I copied by sight and edited to make it look more like Amy. Note, she has a 5th tail that's vanilla tipped, but is behind her head in the drawing.
  7. I have been doing this foooooor... exactly 84 days! Have two fully formed and vocal tulpas (as well as some little twinkie-sized happy little accidents via an inter-host tulpa relationship) and am super happy! I've always been good at developing things in my mind, so I think that really helped in making things go fast. That, and I have literally all the time in the world on my hands. Not something most tulpamancers have the luxury of!
  8. That's a lot tougher! You have to force-train it. Like, forcing to improve form solidifying or vocality, but with an ability to partition information instead. I'm still working on it, and it's tough, but I'm getting there.
  9. It does my heart good that you spent so much time and effort thinking about if you really wanted to make a tulpa! All too often, I see people just jumping on the bandwagon, asking thirty thousand questions on the question boards, and then are never seen again. So, good for you! I also spent a... wow, also a year and a half contemplating it. Go figure! I loved that stage you're at right now, where it's like, an idea forms in your head, but it's not exactly yours. It's such a strange and wonderful feeling, isn't it? Anyways, hi there! And good luck!
  10. It's tough to train it, but some things I really wanted to keep from Amy! Like a certain comment about her on a thread. So, what I do, is when I experience something like that, I make a super-solid black box, designed specifically to place the information. I symbolically force the information in there, and no one but me can access it under any circumstances. It works, but it took a bit of practice! Hope that helps. >Also, hi again~! *giggle*
  11. WOOOHOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!! Amy had the kippies~! A bit early, but they're all just fine! Here's what they are. Jazz: A boy, very red-fox looking. But definitely has some wolf in him. Viola: A girl, and the biggest! Takes after her dad the most, but has a cream belly, boots, and eyebrow dots from her mom. Chime: A surprise lil' half-n-half! Mostly white, with striking blue markings. Has hir mom's feet wings, too. Fife: A -very- tiny little boy. Grey-green fur, with some markings of indeterminate color that keep popping in and out of my vision. I suppose they'll become cleare
  12. Wishes?! Betch, I -have- ice cream!!! MUAHAHAHAHAHA~~!!! Next person's computer screen could use some cleaning.
  13. It's Really Funny When "Life", Right? First off, thanks guys! I worked really hard on it! I used colored pencils, BTW. Well, the only real tulpa related update I can think of is that Amy's pregnancy is going faster than expected! She's distraught over her shedding her belly fur (which apparently canids do) and she thinks she'll have the kippies on the 20th instead of the 30th. That's rather soon! Like.. JEEZ THAT'S SOON. HOLY CRAP. Whooooooaaaah, not ready. Having serious "Oh my God, four itty bitty babies are coming and I have -no- idea what to do" pressure going on! BAAAAH!
  14. >You have a two-tailed fox?! EEEEE~! I have four! And I'm yellow too! HIIIIII!!! That's Amy... she's quite excitable...
  15. Oh, it's totally normal. Sometimes, they're off doing their own thing! They are their own people after all. But another thing that could be happening is that you just don't feel it. It's strange, but you still connect even if you don't feel it. It's a roller coaster, this art of tulpamancy. Just go with the flow, and don't stop doing what you're doing. Keep at it with a positive attitude, and don't be afraid to ask questions if you're scared or confused!
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