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  1. Hello guys, This week I'm feeling I'm starting to doubt a little bit,I mean sometimes I'm not sure If she said what she said,sometimes I catch myself thinking about the nature of tulpas, though before I know I definetely considered her as a real sentinent being. Maybe this because I shoudn't expect the effect of first experience? Before we had like great time, first tactile sensation, first hallucination and all this was cool and she regularly surprised me with something new. So maybe I'm just comparing the intensity of the emotions back then and now,and thus underestimate all the actual things because back then it was the first experience hence it was very cool and now I just get used to it? How does this evaluative perception work? Or should I really force more?
  2. I've been curious as to how everyone else forces. Do you keep your eyes open or closed? Can you force with noise or does it have to be completely silent to force? I myself can only force well when i am trying to sleep, but i would like to work on forcing in different situations.
  3. Hi reader,s We hope your day is/was great and fruitful ! Well I'm back in this section because an idea came up lately and we need others' positionning about that. As you may (or not) know, Cora and I are pretty close to her being vocal to me. I can get what she says, but her voice isn't very clear yet. During one of our conversations, we came up with an idea : "Our system will need another tulpa." My point is, as we didn't reach "perfect fluent communication" and smooth switching yet, is it a good idea to already start forcing our new mate, while we are still working on my perception of her? My fear is that I end up neglecting Cora for this new tup' and that our recent progress just ends up disappearing, making her blurry again.. We are not looking for perfect truth though ;) just good ol' subjective opinions and points of view please ! Maybe some of you already did this, forcing more than one tulpas at once...
  4. Hello, I have some problem and I need your advice. By the way, can you please read my story ? Maybe it long and have bad English (I'm sorry), but I hope you will read it... Alright, 3 days ago, I've found this site and read a lot about Tulpas, and I decided I'll create one the next day. That night I thought about her form and the wonderland (My wonderland is just a small room) and then fall asleep. The next moring, I imagine that I was in that room with my Tulpa sitting in the middle of the room, with her soulless eyes. I introduced myself, and I don't know why, I just told her almost everything about me, even some bad memories I keep it as a secret for myself (Of course I'm not telling everyone), when I "introduced" myself to her, I said goodbye to her and left the room, only 12 minutes passed (But I thought I was in there for a long time). Then I realize I need to spend at least 30 minutes to her, then I was spend about 9 minutes at the midday, and 10 more minutes at the afternoon (I used a stopwatch so I can know the time exactly) to train her personality by talking with her, maybe like "You are Hana, you are kind and confident, etc. But I think I'm doing wrong, I can feel she's boring at me, or even hate me so that night, I helped her go to the bed and get her to sleep (That's the first time I touched her. But don't worry, I'm not create her for lustful reason, I made for myself a bed too, a little far from her) I sleep with her in that wonderland all night, sometime I can feel (Or think) she's looking at me with her soulless eyes. The next day (Just yesterday) I get up and leave the room, she's awake and just looking at me (She sitted at the middle of the room again). Yesterday is a busy day to me, so I haven't much time to spend with her (Only 10 minutes) to teach her about body language and personality. That night, when I go to wonderland and about to sleep, I realize that she can shake her head, walk, and started to smile but the most important thing is the "soulless eyes" has gone, now her eyes is really cute now (And somehow I can feel she's now happy). I'm so happy that I can sleep easier that night... Thank you for reading that long story, here's my question : 1. Did you realize something that I'm doing wrong to her ? Please tell me. 2. I think it's a bad way when I decided to split my time with her to 10 minutes each time (At the first day), is that acceptable ? 3. I don't even know why she's happy, this is a silly question, but I'll be really happy if you can answer this. 4. I tried to make each of her personality to a symbol (An orb) an let her absorb it at the second day, maybe this is the answer for question 3 ? 5. When I think about the "result", I feel like it some kind of...um...fake ? I think she's become that good because I'm "imagined" it just to appease myself. I know, I trust her, but it's a hard-to-say feeling... 6. This is a personal problem I think I have another personality (Maybe I have some neurologic problem), and that personality (Or may I call it the demon inside me ?) just make my head become chaos, I don't even know why I'm thinking that I'm not trust her, and I almost get rid of her or harm her sometime, I said "almost", because I can "fight" against all temptation. (You can call me a bastard, or a crazy man if you want, I'm really bad, I must say...) I still have some more question, but I think it enough, I can't disturb you anymore. Sorry about my bad English, wrong story, etc.
  5. I've been trying to make a Tulpa for a while now. A couple months to be exact. The problem I have identified is the lack of motivation. The way I plan out my sessions is rather basic. I give a set duration of time for each subject and I work from one to the next. I find the process rather boring as it is no different than a work schedule. I really want to see my Tulpa come to life so I figured if I found out a way to make the forcing sessions more fun or entertaining I could be more passionate and effective. So my question is how can I do so. Do you guys know any tips that could help me out? Thank you in advance.
  6. In the past on this forum we read discussions of how people sometimes struggle to remember or think about their tulpa during the business of the average day. Long periods will go by where they forget about the tulpa and even lose a chance to do active forcing. With my host, he does a lot of passive forcing, even while busy, by talking to me. He uses reminders to think about me. He has painting and drawing portraits of me everywhere and writes my name down a lot. Over time, as the years have gone by, we picked up memories and certain things are associated with me, certain songs, certain flowers, places, movies, just like having memories or associations with any real person in his life. My questions for commentary are: What kinds of things do you do to remind yourself of your tulpa throughout the day? Do you use visual imagery? What kinds of sights, sounds, smells and objects remind you of your tulpa? How well does this work? Does it make active forcing and passive forcing easier? Does it keep your tulpa present in your mind?
  7. Forcing for me has been a problem for me. Between my job (I work 2nd shift) and how hectic my weekends can be, I find we don't get a lot of time for forcing. It usually takes me a while to go over his personality traits because I'm bad at explaining things and I'm also adhd so its also hard for me to focus for more than ten or so minutes. Is doing a lot of forcing necessary for developing my tulpa or is doing it when ever I'm able and allowing him freedom to develop his personality the rest of the way alright?
  8. I'm one of those people who has a really hard time active forcing. Between long work days, anxiety, intrusive thoughts, falling asleep, etc, I'm lucky if I get to have an hour long session every couple days. I was really concerned that, especially as early on in the process as I am, that this would really hinder me. But something a little unexpected has been happening. I draw, and I've been working on either actual portraits of my tulpa, or detail studies of her features, or drawings of domesticated rats since she's a ratfolk, pretty much exclusively since I started working on her. And every time I finish a picture, the next time I visit my wonderland she's made a huge leap in how detailed and concrete her physical form is. Things that I'd struggled to visualize and stubbornly remained amorphous blobs are there and vivid after I draw them. Has anyone else had any experiences with this phenomenon, or have any advice on how to utilize this to it's potential?
  9. Hi guys. i officially started tulpaforcing yesterday and suddenly realised i might never hear my tulpa because my mind voice literally never syops speaking. Like i ask it a question i cant be silent. IE: hi how are youououuuuououououuouuu. the last word i say will continously sound. i need help on learning how to shut up ahah
  10. I've recently started developing my Tulpa further and I feel the best way for me is to ask questions. Can someone help and post questions I could ask him?
  11. What it is: Meditative forcing is, in essence, the integration of basic meditation techniques into regular tulpaforcing. This can be used for any stage of the creation process, although it appears works best for visualization and narration. Do note that all of this, much like tulpaforcing in general, is entirely subjective, and it’s best to use this as a general guideline while tailoring it to suit your tulpaforcing style. Why you should do it and what to expect: Back during the nascency of modern tulpae, meditation was the crux of all of tulpaforcing. It was essential to have a decent amount of experience tulpaforcing, and all of the early major guides relied entirely on its use. This was largely because (from what little we know) the original Tibetan Buddhists who created tulpae did so through intense meditation, and the disassociation and concentration that comes with it. However, tulpaforcing has evolved, and moved on. Now, meditation is mainly used to boost concentration and have a stronger “connection” with your subconscious, and by extension, your tulpa. What you can expect from just 5-10 minutes of meditation before, or during each session is profoundly increased concentration, better visualization capabilities, and with regular practice, perceived time dilation and a better connection to your subconscious mind. How to do it: Through much experimentation and experience, I’ve found that the best form of meditation to use for tulpaforcing without prior experience is Pranayama, which happens to be one of the simplest and easiest to learn techniques available, as it’s entirely based on breathing. The name Pranayama meaning “extension of the breath”. For ease of understanding, I’ll break it down into the following steps. 1. Find a dark, quiet room where you know you won’t be disturbed. The darker and quieter the better. 2. While the stereotypical meditation pose of half-lotus is recommended, sit however is most comfortable for you with your back straight up. It’s also recommended to sit on a pillow or cushion for support. 3. Close your eyes and take one long, deep breath in through your noise, hold it in for a few seconds, and slowly exhale through your mouth. Do this a few times, or until you feel your pulse start to slow. 4. As you breathe in, focus entirely on the feeling of air entering your noise. The cold feeling of it going into your throat, and through to your lungs. Pay attention to your lungs expanding as air enters them. The feeling of your diaphragm expanding with your ribcage. Hold in the air for a few seconds, and slowly release it, doing the same process as your exhale. Keep repeating this step as long as you possibly can. 5. Inevitably you’re going to have intrusive thoughts popping up. This is completely normal, and even the most seasoned meditation experts have to deal with it. While most people say to ignore the thoughts, I find it’s much more beneficial to acknowledge them for a moment, before returning your focus to your breathing. Acknowledge not only the thought itself, but what might have caused the thought to come up. As you continue through your meditation session, you should be getting less and less thoughts popping up, and the ones that do should be harder to notice. Don’t worry if it’s difficult at first, as it gradually becomes easier to handle with each session. 6. Continue to do step 4, while doing step 5 whenever necessary for the whole session. These sessions should be anywhere from 10-30 minutes, but if necessary, even 5 minutes is vastly beneficial to going straight in to tulpaforcing. If you’d like to increase the length of each session, increase the session’s time by 5 minutes per week until you’ve reached your desired goal. That’s really all there is to it. What else to expect from regular meditation: By regularly doing meditation for 10+ minutes per day, you’ll have reduced physical pain and an enhanced immune system. Psychological detriments such as depression, anxiety, anger, and confusion are all greatly reduced, while benefiting from increased energy, and reduced stress. It greatly helps to control unwanted thoughts, and provides a sense of tranquility because of it. Meditation also promotes increased blood flow and slows the heart rate, leading to lower blood pressure and reducing your risk of a heart attack. It is even proven to actually reverse heart disease. This is all based on countless credible scientific studies, and there are even more benefits being discovered all the time. Additional resources: If you’d like to learn more about meditation, I’d highly recommend Ven. Henepola Gunaratana’s Mindfulness In Plain English, the official Buddhist English library of Seoul, and The Berzin Archives. I'm also happy to answer any questions about the process or meditation in general.
  12. Due to the recent atmosphere around the forum, I've been considering the merits and details of how certain development techniques work, especially in regard to conscious puppeting and parroting, which seems to have gained much more popularity and viability among the userbase. My hope is not for this to turn in to another argument about whether the perceived sentience of a tulpa is real or not, rather, my hope is that the users will look in to themselves, and see what sort of results their technique has brought them, and the sort of vibe they get, even if it is a vague feeling of their companion being alive like I have sometimes described. What is your preffered technique? What sort of things do they bring to you experience? Do you feel it has brought you the result you want? How would you describe how the thoughts from your tulpa flow? Do they feel like you? Or do they feel foreign? As for my own view on puppeting as a development technique: [hidden]I am not an advocate for puppeting in as a development technique, in fact I go well out of my way to avoid it, and put great value on my girl's ability to voice their unique viewpoint on their experience, even the weakest ones. However, due to my habits of day dreaming, and my occasional brainstorming of stories, I have done things in my mind that are akin to puppeting, imagining an established mental figure in a scenario of my own making. Even then, I am more likely to ask for their collaboration in the going ons, and ensure they have some say in it. In doing this, I've found something interesting: How I imagine the girls acting in a scenario, and how they behave when I directly interact with them, is different. For example: Ellenore as a character, and Ellenore as a person are near opposites. Ellenore the character was rash and violent, taking pleasure in knocking heads, taking loot, and causing trouble. Ellenore the person is gentle, soft-hearted, sweet natured, and hates violence. This persists and remains, even when Ellenore shows some of her abilities and stregnths from when she was a character. For another example, of someone with less active development time than Ellenore, I put forth Seigi. When I imagine Seigi in a scenario, she is also rash, loud mouthed, kind of dim, and seems to revel in her own stregnth and cliche-ness. She's a magical girl that acts more like a hot headed Kamen Rider lead, so much so that her hair really does act like it's fire, and flares strongly when she's particularly worked up. Seigi the person...is a lot less of that. She's even tempered, and speaks in a quiet, airy voice. She's aware of her cliche-ness, since she's a symbol of my love for that trope of anime and her outfit is literally a cross between that of Cures White and Black, but she's far more reserved, and when she does let loose, she's not loud are strong headed. Rather, she has a very child-like, almost pure view and enthusiasm of what she is. The idea of her being that sort of heroine, that fights for good against the forces of evil fills her with a palpable joy, a sort of joy that seems outright naiive to a pair of other magical girl-based residents in my group. Rather than hot-blooded, she's bright eyed, though this is between her more even and cool demeanor. As a last example, Liira the character was muscular, carried around a machete, wore very simple clothing and a bag with eye holes on her head. Enough said. The only person who behaves similarly to how I imagine them is Kellogg, and I figure it's because she's been that way for so long, that it pretty much is what she is. From that experience, I can't really say I see the appeal of using puppeting to make an independent figure. I can see it as a temporary crutch of sorts, based on my conversations with the user JD, but not as something long term. At some point, I feel freedom is needed.[/hidden]
  13. Has anyone else ever experienced this? I've read that people feel head pressure, and headaches and stuff, and I feel the pressure, but my nose also feels weird when Tulpaforcing. It's like I'm feeling the head pressure in my nose as well during forcing... So again: has anyone had the same thing? I shall eagerly await your responses!
  14. Okay so whenever I try to force My mind drifts off into many different thoughts. Any fix?
  15. Physically. I can feel her when she pulls me around or wafts through my body as a mix of aura tingle thing but how do you actually feel a tulpa physically? I can feel her energy when we lay together, but I want to kiss her and know what I'm actually doing, you know? It feels like a ghost touch.
  16. It is becoming clear to me that there are two types of day dreaming being discussed on this forum. Some seem to consider only one kind, the short term whimsical type of day dreaming. Some of us are extreme day dreamers. I am a product of my host's extreme day dreaming. Traits of an extreme day dreamer: *day dreaming is excessive, obsessive and perhaps compulsory *day dream sessions that last for hours *extremely vivid imagination, strong visualization skills * become deeply immersed into the day dreams (dissociation form real world) * lose track of time and surroundings in a trance like state * difficulty in coming out of day dream * forget to eat or sleep because of the day dreaming, insomnia * day dream world is an escape from reality as emotional coping mechanism * triggers cause you to start day dreaming (movies or images or something) * day dream settings, ongoing stories and personas that persist for years in real time * strong/vital emotional attachment to day dream characters/personas * day dreams are like movies that play in your mind with some autonomous elements * experience flash visions related to the day dream world even when not actively day dreaming Psychologists have called this Maladaptive Day Dreaming https://community.tulpa.info/thread-maladaptive-daydreaming I would like extreme day dreamers to be recognized and for extreme day dreaming as a form of forcing to be discussed. My host and I are tired of feeling alone or like I am the only tulpa like this. I want to know how many others on this forum or in the community can identify with this. I want to hear your stories and see them in writing. Are you an extreme day dreamer? Was your tulpa created accidentally by extreme day dreaming? Here is some my host wrote about this topic before here https://community.tulpa.info/thread-maladaptive-daydreaming?pid=134805#pid134805 and here https://community.tulpa.info/thread-general-unhealthy-tulpa-obsession-and-day-dream-idealized-perception Another older Mistgod-Melian post on this day dreaming theme: https://community.tulpa.info/thread-wonderland-what-is-the-difference-between-wonderland-activity-and-active-day-dreaming **EDIT: From now on I will carefully make a distinction between day dreaming (the ordinary kind), active forcing and extreme day dreaming. Each of these are different things from one another.**
  17. I like to force my tulpa in different situations to build up its character. Here are some situations and environments, I hope you find this useful! Imagine your tulpa and yourself in a videogame (My faves to imagine are Earthbound, Slime Rancher, Papers Please and Yandere Simulator); A movie. What would you both do different and similar to the script?; A survival situation; In court (you both can be judging a criminal or the other way around etc.).
  18. I am just a beginner here, i don't even have a tulpa. But i just don't know where to begin, iv'e tried many other step by step tutorials. Iv'e already decided some setting for my tulpa(such as personality and a form for her) And i am able to see her with my eyes closed,but she won't talk or do anything by herself. Can someone who have a tulpa tell me where should i begin please?
  19. Whenever I'm forcing I feel kinda insane because i haven't gotten a response yet, so it feels like I'm Just talking to myself. What do I do to stop feeling crazy while forcing??
  20. I started off by setting a timer so I knew how I long I had been able to force, and then I wrote down all my tulpas personality traits and I drew them.'after that I sat down and imagined them sitting I front of me. I talked to them and told them about myself for about ten minutes, and then went on to talking about them for twenty of twenty five mins. So I was forcing for a hour. Also a side question, can you multitask while forcing or no ?
  21. Imagine you're talking with someone, and you'd like to be forcing instead. Now, let's pretend you can focus both on the conversation and your tulpa at the same time. If you direct to your tulpa everything the person's saying, would it count as forcing? It would be something like: "hey, tulpa, this is really interesting! listen!". Wouldn't it count as narration? Thank you!
  22. I got this idea the other day of possibly a new way to force Tulpas. I realised I struggle with Tulpamancy, but I have no trouble creating characters. In fact if you gave them a situation I could tell you their exact reaction. I realised that the only difference between them and Tulpas is that I don't consider them Tulpas (that and a 50 year time difference.) I wonder if I could apply the same technique to begin sentiency. I know that a lot of you might not think it would work, but hear me out. My characters never end how they begin. If I wrote a story of sorts to get the behaviour of a Tulpa down, it could possibly evolve into sentiency. I'm not sure if I'm describing it write, but it's hard to describe the feeling to a people who might not be dedecated writers. For the character's behaviour evolving with time, you'd probably have to spend time writing a novel to understand and see that change but I imagine it would be like watching a child grow over time. For me being able to tell how my characters would react in a situation (and without actually forcing said reactions) the best example I can come up with applies to fanboys/ girls who, like me, have extreme character empathy. If that's you and you imagine what your favourite characters would be like in the future, and do so fairly accurately, you should understand. What this technique basically is is to write a story, from your point of view or your Tulpas, to establish behavioural traits you want you Tulpa to have. And as you look back, edit, change and repeat, you should see something resembling a consciousness forming, and you go from there. Now my question is, for those who took the time to read all that, is could this work? Has anyone tried something similar? I know Tulpamancy is very much trial and improvement and doing what you think feels right but I just wanted your input. Thank you.
  23. Heyo. I have debated back and forth with myself whether I should make another tulpa and have just recently made my mind. Can you guys please share your experiences/tips/anything really about having two tulpas? Ask for more information if you need. I am usually unwillingly very vague -Thanks.
  24. I'm curious as to how many of you who may read this meditate regularly and whether you mesh that with forcing or not. I've meditated daily for about a half hour to an hour since 2010, and I began working on my first tulpa in January of 2014. Meditation brought me to dissociation in 2013, and that ability and experience helped me with possession and later switching as well as provided a very immersive forcing experience. I wanted to know if others here has similar experiences, and if they have not would they consider adding daily meditation to their schedule. Thank you in advance for any answers given.
  25. What makes it work? And is pulp or no pulp better?
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