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  1. Telling whether your tulpa is sentient or not is easy. If it's not easy to tell, they're probably not sentient. You never doubt the sentience of people around you, right? If your tulpa is sentient, you'll have no reason to doubt their sentience. That's the safest way to go by, in my opinion. Sure, they might be sentient before the point where you can actually verify it, but what's the point in worrying about something you can't verify? Instead of focusing on confirming their sentience, it's probably better to focus on developing it instead. It'll come eventually.
  2. If you don't give a reliable source on this, I'll suggest for this post to go to the Meta board. If you used your common sense, what would be the most rational and reasonable answer? I've heard of Martians coming from Mars to Atlantis on Earth by use of an artificial Merkaba that they'd created because their race was going extinct due to having failed the Lucifer Experiment, which resulted in a big feud between the left-brained Martians and right-brained Lemurians (who inhabited Atlantis by themselves before the Martians appeared) and eventually resulted in the Martians angrily opening a portal to the second dimension, releasing confused spirits which latched onto the Lemurians and made them sick, which resulted in them becoming unable to activate their Merkaba as the third dimension went through a major shift due to the processsion of the Equinox reaching a vital point where the presence of a Merkaba is essential towards maintaining one's memory, which is why we have forgotten about who we are today and therefore we are incapable of tuning into our right brain and effectively using our Merkaba to it's full extent, and have to resort to limited science and technology instead because we know no better. Struggle is but a natural process of life that results in personal development.
  3. Tulpas can help you with lucid dreams as much as you can help yourself. Also, what have you been trying exactly, and why do you think it hasn't worked? Judging by your willingness to jump to a miraculously easy solution, I'd say that perhaps your mindset isn't the one required to achieve such a state.
  4. Since when is something always the same? Name one thing that has never changed, all your life. Sometimes they will be reassuring, and at other times, they won't. Just like anything else in life, it depends heavily on your situation - in this case, the personalities of both you and your tulpa, and your relationship together. Is it normal to feel anxiety? I think you might want to look into what relativity is. Not. You don't have to think about them all the time. You need to get to where they think for themselves and you don't have to put any effort into feeling their presence at all. They'll just be there. It's not about what counts and doesn't count, it's about what works and doesn't work. Does staring at a picture work? Then it counts. Does it not work? Then it doesn't count.
  5. I don't see how a survey like this could complement anything.
  6. It could, but you shouldn't rely solely on that, if you want to make reasonably speedy progress. I've seen that the general idea behind forcing is that you passively interact with your tulpa throughout the day, and then spend an hour, maybe two, intensively focusing on developing a certain specific skill. I think that a mistake a lot of people make is either only active, or only passive forcing - while balancing both out evenly would probably give the most desirable results.
  7. It would probably be a good idea to post metaphysical answers on the metaphysical board.
  8. Since the OP is about as comprehensible as your average Wikipedia page - if I got it correctly, are you trying to start a discussion on how much free will hosts and tulpas really have?
  9. Okay, so it seems that your questions mainly reside around a fear of failure. As you stated near the beginning, you want this to go perfectly, so you want to eliminate any chances this has of failing. However, fact of the matter is that your fear may very well be the one thing that makes you fail, if you do. Fear is a rather dangerous thing in tulpamancy because it leads to doubts. Now, this is why I think that the demographic for this community isn't the way it would've been in an optimal situation - a lot of people here are teenagers who often come here and want a tulpa because they have trouble functioning socially (if you don't feel addressed by this, I'm not referring to you. Mainly saying this because a "But that's not true, I can be social" reply would be a pointless one seeing as you would therefore by definition not be what I'm talking about) - meaning that they will often want a tulpa as fast as possible and be hasty and sloppy in the process due to wanting quick results, which only leads to doubts later on, which are partially fueled by their reasons for making a tulpa, partially by their (generally) low self confidence and self-esteem, and partially by the method and approach that they used. Now, the only way to avoid your fears is to, first of all, not expect perfection out of your tulpa. Everybody makes mistakes in every field, no exceptions. No matter how skilled and experienced you are, you will make mistakes frequently. It's a part of human nature; we make mistakes and learn from them. Yes, making mistakes is a good thing, people just tend to dislike the nasty consequences that mistakes bring with them, so they try to avoid those and do everything "perfectly". However, doing everything without fail would also mean that you would learn nothing. You would only learn of one path - that of success - and not anything else. If anyone ever had a problem, you wouldn't be able to help them because everything went smoothly for you. And if some external influence affected your flawless progress, you would have a lot more trouble dealing with it than someone who deals with mistakes and problems on a regular basis. So, it would be best to relinquish your fear of mistakes, however hard that may be. A majority of this community has some sort of disorder, ranging from minor things like ADD, to the more common Asperger's/Autism or even schizophrenia and DID. So, no need to worry about an unstable psyche when making a tulpa - according to a recently published paper by an anthropologist who researched modern tulpas, they may even be beneficial in coping with your disorder. Your psyche won't ruin your tulpa any more than it has ruined yourself. If you feel like you're too ruined, don't make one. Your tulpa will most likely not be likely to be any less stable than you are, unless you imply that it should be during it's creation process, or something happens that traumatizes it emotionally which doesn't affect you. The only example I can think of of someone who had psychological issues and got negative effects out of tulpamancing is Koomer, but Koomer is a special case and should not be used as a measuring stick. Many doubt the credibility of his words, which is also something to take into account. It is not possible to undo a tulpa. It is, however, possible for the tulpa to disappear. Once you made one, though, you will always be able to remember it. So, in a sense, it will never be gone, even if it's only there as a memory. I think that pretty much any tulpamancer will tell you that you will form an indescribable bond with your tulpa that you can not have with any other human being, so, there's a good chance you won't want to "undo" them post-sentience. What do you want to know about imagination? You can make a tulpa without being very good at it, several people have done that in the past. You get better at visualization the more you practice it, just like any other skill. You won't need any fancy tones or whatnot for that, all you need to do is try to imagine. It's a natural skill present in all humans, no exception. It's just not equally developed everywhere. A vague imagination isn't the end of the world. Rather, it's the start of a rather interesting practice that could benefit you quite a bit, if you decide to make it "not vague". Lastly, creativity and imagination are two separate things that go hand in hand, not synonyms. Hope this answers your questions, and good luck. Note: I think the word you were looking for was "servitor" rather than "servient", but I may be wrong on the terminology.
  10. 1. You would really have to give us more information if you want specific help, and if you need a guide, look at the guides section. 2. Your tulpa's form can be anything, even an inanimate object, but living beings that aren't anyone you know personally are the generally used and recommended forms.
  11. It's not like roleplaying always results in a tulpa. It can, if you treat the character as an actual person and interact with them regularly as though they were real. But, as long as you consider them to be imaginary characters, that chance is rather slim. If not, most, if not all DnD players would have tulpas. That wouldn't make much sense, right?
  12. Been a while since I posted, had to deal with some life stuff and recent events on the forum left a bad taste in my mouth. I've still been narrating to her, reading her all kinds of different things, but still no reply. That "Okay" is all I've gotten so far, and it's rather sketchy. I'll be patient though, that's what this is about, after all.
  13. I think that, you're going to vote for those you like, you might want to question why you're voting at all. I'm also impressed at Sands' post, he was able to verbalize some things about Quora that I couldn't. I don't think you should consider them all to be the same person, but the point you made about Quora filing complaints on Twi's behalf was a very valid one. However, I feel as though the conclusion you drew from that point was a bit too blunt, and I think it would've been better to say that, if a tulpa/host is so biased by the others in their group that they're incapable of making well-weighted decisions. I think the biggest point here is that she seems to lack the ability to look at things outside of her own perspective, and that is probably something that every GAT should have. EDIT: Re-read your post, and it seems you were addressing it in the same way as I was suggesting you should. Apologies for misunderstanding.
  14. Interesting, I've never seen that before. Are the replies consistent? As in, despite using different voices, is his speech style always the same? How do you know it's him? Also, what fennecgirl said should be taken into account. I wouldn't trust late-night responses that much if I were you.
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