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  1. A question just popped into my mind, and I couldn't find anything else on the topic. So here's the question, if your tulpa could answer, that would be good. Do tulpae have a "schedule"? I was researching and found that they DO sleep, but they don't need to really. The reason I'm asking is because my tulpa seems to be incredibly active in the morning, fizzles out around noon, and by bedtime we're back on track. Has anyone else witnessed or just realized that this happens too? If you could ask your tulpa, I would greatly appreciate that, I would ask my own, but we're not to that point just yet, and that's ok. Thanks everyone! :)
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    [Game] Break-a-wish

    Wish granted. You get more black shirts that go with your stripy tie. BUT, one day, you put on the black shirt, and it is too tight, you cannot get the black shirt off, and it chokes you to death, as you're sprawled out on the floor, your face is purple, and your neck is raw and sore from the tight black shirt. I wish I had the ability to turn invisible at will.
  3. It sounds to me like you're just having intrusive thoughts. But I'm not sure. If your tulpa really can change form this early on, then maybe they are already sentient. Maybe trying asking them if they changed? But to me it seems like intrusive thoughts.
  4. Nope. I came from my mother's vagina ;) The next person pooped today
  5. I'm letting my tulpa take it's own form when it wants to, so right now it's form is a ball of light energy.
  6. I am attempting to active force with my tulpa for as long as I can at least once a day. It seem that whenever I hit the 5 minute mark, I either lose focus and have to start over, or the meditation gets me so relaxed that I fall asleep. But that's not the question I wanted to ask, what do you find to be beneficial or productive when visualizing your wonderland and your tulpa(s)? And how long do you usually active force with them? I am a new tulpamancer, and I've just been having a bit of trouble, anything helps. Thanks a bunch <3
  7. This is just what I needed. My tulpa and I will now narrate much easier, I'm gonna keep this post short so we can go read one of y favorite books. :)
  8. Great tip. I will being trying that with my tulpa. Thanks you.
  9. I am a new tulpamancer, and I was wondering what are some of the ways that you narrate or passive force to your tulpa(s) because I=narration can get boring, and I would like to see what you have found that is fun and effective. Thanks :)