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  1. Auri, one of my two tulpae, has a Siberian Husky called Fluffy (I didn't name it, ok?) that I allowed her to make for companionship. He's really friendly , but I've noticed that he's intelligent beyond anything capable of a dog. He can answer yes/no questions with either a bark for yes or a growl for no. At first I thought he might not actually understand what I was saying but I've come to the conclusion that he does understand after talking about it to Auri about it and being growled at when I insulted him ("Who's a good idiot?"). I've asked him questions and recieved consistent answers. Example: "Fluffy!" *Bark!* "Are you a normal dog?" *Growl* "Are you smart?" *Bark!* "Do you like me?" *Bark!* "Well, that's good. Did Auri make you?" *Bark!* "What if I called you a moron?" *Growl* "I'm just seeing your reaction! Don't get angry." *Bark!* "Are you a normal dog?" *Growl* "Are you smart?" *Bark!* "Do you understand what I'm saying?" *Bark!* "Do you not understand what I'm saying?" *Growl* "Good boy!" *Bark!* The dog isn't a problem; he's a fun little ball of energy. I'm just unsure of what he's classified as. Would Fluffy be considered a tulpa? If not, what is he?
  2. If you have a vocal tulpa, did your tulpa start out speaking in a very formal, cold, sort of "flat" manner, and start speaking in a more emotionally warm, individualistic, or lively manner over time as they progressed? I'm wondering if there are any people whose tulpa started out like this and then changed over time, and why they think that is. I'm having a hard time thinking of good words to phrase this question with, so I hope that "warmer" here is good enough. I think it could be something that happens when your tulpa is weak and doesn't have as much of a personality yet. Addressing those people who fit the criteria, do you agree?
  3. JD's Guide to Telling People About Your Tulpa After all of your hard work, you may be considering telling some friends or loved ones about your tulpa. This is a fairly common desire -- however, sharing the fact you have a tulpa is a risky desire to fulfill. There are a lot of things to consider before you go talking about the imaginary sentient creature that lives in your head. The first thing you want to consider is the open mindedness of the person you want to tell. Do they have a history of being open to new ideas, or are they stubborn with their ideologies? Do you think they would believe you if you explained what tulpas were, let alone the fact that you might have one? If they are not open-minded to the idea of tulpas, they will either disbelieve you and think of you as weird, and/or they will become concerned for your mental well-being. They will not likely be convinced by reading informational content on the internet (not to be mistaken with healthy skepticism). If they are not usually open minded, you may not want to even consider telling them. The second thing you want to consider is do they have religious or spiritual beliefs that could influence them to look at tulpas in a negative way? A person's religiosity -- how important they consider religion to be in his or her life, as well as frequency of religious behaviors -- greatly correlates to the risk of a negative reaction to the idea of tulpas. In the mind of say, a very conservative Christian, a tulpa could easily be thought of as a deceitful demonic figure: a trademark of sin. After revealing your tulpa to a person like this, it will be very stressful to go on tulpaforcing in secret. The third thing to consider is how rational this person is in their behavior. How likely are they to overreact to knowing about your tulpa? Will they go to the end of the world to get you to stop -- despite the fact that it doesn't affect them in any way; are they likely to disrespect your privacy thereafter? Might they even be abusive if you do not agree to stop making a tulpa? Will they make an ultimatum? This is unfortunately not uncommon in couples where one individual is making a tulpa, and the other threatens to break up if the person does not stop. Parents on the other hand tend to become extremely naggy and intrusive, and all of your tulpaforcing may have to be done reclusively. The fourth thing to consider is could you deal with the rejection from this person if they decide they do not like your tulpa business? Assuming the worst, would you be okay with the fact they might not want to be your friend, lover, or affiliate if you reveal your tulpa to them? If they're a family member, they might even wish to break ties with you. If they chose to walk out of your life, could you go on? If the answer is no, then do not tell this person, unless you are absolutely certain they would not walk away from your relationship with them over something like tulpas. The fifth thing to consider before telling anyone, especially your legal guardians, is your state's laws for involuntary commitment to psychiatric examination. The law varies by state, so some states are worse than others when it comes to this. In some states, such as Florida, all it takes is a petition from some individuals who are concerned for your mental health to put you into involuntary commitment to a psychiatric hospital where you can be held for up to 72 hours to determine whether you have a mental illness -- the definition of which is rather lenient compared to other states' standards -- and are dangerous to others or yourself. In the United States for the most part, you can not be held against your will for longer than 72 hours for anything other than a psychiatric examination unless you pose an apparent threat to yourself or other human beings, or are gravely disabled. But do you really want to risk having friends or even family members temporarily sign away your liberties to be examined for a practice that is entirely safe and actually beneficial to most people? For more information about your state's laws, you can use the table at http://tulpaforce.me/telling-people.html, or use the Treatment Advocacy Center's State Standards Charts for Assisted Treatment and Emergency Hospitalization for Evaluation Standards. If you ever find yourself asking whether you should tell someone about your tulpa's, the default answer should be no -- until you rigorously consider all of the possibilities. It can be frightening when people react negatively to concepts that are alien and strange to them, and traumatic when those reactions come from a loved one. If they pass these questions with flying colors, sharing tulpas with them might be an extraordinarily enlightening experience for the both of you, and give your tulpa a new companion to converse with. The best thing to do would be to show them one of the many online resources of tulpa information, unless you feel confident in your ability to safely summarize the description and advantages of a tulpa yourself. In the end, never be afraid to be yourself, and always try to make wise decisions. Good luck!
  4. First off yes I know, I am Upper Class Twit and it says this is by Aarix, well SHUT UP. I was talking. I was talking to Aarix on Skype a while back, and I mean a WHILE back and I mentioned this guide that he never put up here, and he basically said something along the lines of "You can do it." So this ENTIRE thing is by him, not me.
  5. One thing I noticed was Memphis tends to recede and become inactive when I'm out and about during the day. That's a lot of time I can be narrating and we can be spending together. A friend mentioned he put a picture of his tulpa as his background on his phone so whenever he checked the time he would think about his tulpa and it would float to the top of his mind. I don't really carry my phone with me, so I came up with an alternative, indiscreet solution: Tulpabracelets. The construction is simple: 1. Find/buy an old watch, which suits your taste. 2. Draw some symbol to represent your tulpa. 3. Cut out and laminate the symbol so it will be preserved. 4. Glue the laminated symbol to the watch. This is the one I made: https://imgur.com/BdKjIRj Full sized image -Ranger It works really well. Memphis stays awake throughout the day when I wear it and we've been able to spend a lot more time together. No one asks about it and it's comfortable. The only downside is, at least for me, having Memphis active all the time can be exhausting. Personally I think I'd do better with the phone method because it wouldn't be so tiring because it wouldn't be in my face all the time, but the tulpabracelet method is nice, too.
  6. The following is a compilation of Tulpa.info’s various guides. If there is a missing guide, or you have recently uploaded one of your own, please contact a moderator and the guide will be added to this list. GENERAL General incorporates thorough guides that include the many steps required to make a tulpa. ThunderClap's Guide on Tulpa Creation Kiahdaj’s Absolute Guide to Tulpas New Guide Thoughts and Drafting Tulpa Phenomenon Overview Guide v1 Fede’s Ultimate Superior Tulpa Guide JD’s Tulpa Method Want a tulpa who is really smart from the start? Follow my method Metaphysical tulpa guide Daniel’s guide to a day 1 tulpa Jabre’s tulpa creation guide NLD’s hands on tulpa creation guide v1.4 Methos's Tulpa Creation Guide Lunanite's Compendium of Guides (covers the start of making a tulpa) Teryakywind's Detailed Creation Guide pico's PDF guide compilation Tulpa Handbook Teryakywind's "Tulpas for Dummies" General Creation Guide Tulpanomicon PERSONALITY Personality guides aim to help develop a tulpa’s personality both faster and more realistically. Five Big Traits and Temperament JD's Guide to Personality Forcing My personality tables zestamasters personality method SENTIENCE Sentience includes guides on narration, determining sentience, and achieving a sentient tulpa. Tulpa Journey Guide Jean-luc's super-simple guide to a talking tulpa (No personality required!) Possible Method For Faster Sentience Schlondark on Narration A Bit of a Narration Guide When to parrot your tulpa Centering and tulpae Tulpabracelets Linkzelda's Guide to Better Narration/Storytelling & Visualization Zero's Narration & Mindvoice Tips & Tricks Handbook Improper Usage of the Mindvoice's Effects on Thought Independence and the Solution Tips that may Help Bolster Sentience VISUALIZATION Visualization guides explain visualization methods and how to improve the mind’s eye. Rasznir's Visualization Focus Guide Tulpa Anatomy Can't see a dang thing? Basic Method On Practicing Visualization Digital Screen Visualization JD's Guide to Visualization Vlad The >Implier's 5 stages of visualization Spice's host's guide to training the minds eye Perfect visualization from the half-sleep state kakeli's Guide To Better Visualization Mental image rendering guide Tip for those struggling to visualize Amazing clarity visualization Teryakywind’s guide to making the imagined real Building a memory house - 1960's technique Dealing with anomalous behaviour in the wonderland Cozmo's Guide on Creating and Building a Tulpa's Body The "Self I Spy" Game Blindfold Trick Sophie's Wonderland Tips Image Streaming CONCENTRATION Concentration includes meditation techniques, hypnosis, and ideas on how to keep focus. Couguhl's Guide to Tulpa Association for Regaining Focus Transparent linking Removing Doubts and General Meditation Technique Chevreul’s Pendulum Concentration Linkzelda’s self-hypnosis tulpa guide Linkzelda’s ultimate self-hypnosis scripts for your tulpa related needs My Meditation habits LucidAcid’s meditative tulpaforcing guide for more productive forcing and stuff Tulpaforcing and meditation Octaviapus' Guide to Lucid Mode Meditation aids How to sustain concentration while forcing VOCALIZATION Vocalization guides attempt to tell you how to get your tulpa talking. This category includes guides for proxying your tulpa, even though it doesn't necessarily mean hearing them. THE VOICE (voxing) Parroting syndrome Coaxing tulpae into talking Pruria talks talking to tulpae: Deaf hosts Quantum’s nametag method How to talk to your tulpa in less time Niichan’s proxying guide SKoP’s Proxying guide for the tulpa and host Schlondark's Psychic Tulpa Voice Guide Echo Parroting - Teaching Your Tulpa How To Use Their Own Mindvoice Rationalistic Guide to Vocality. FORCING Forcing is a mosh pit that includes guides that are relevant to tulpaforcing but don’t fit into any distinct category. Maxyp's Tips and Tricks Sensory Sharing Explained "Black Box" Differentiation Exercise Overclock Forcing Method Aura's guide for tulpae making tulpae Jimmy’s pony creation thread because you were too unoriginal to make your own Hypnosis while conjuring traits Generally helpful forcing technique (but mostly for Visualisation and Imposition) Alatar's tulpa musings for newcomers "Ravagestar's Sphere" How to drive off intrusive thoughts. A collection of tips and tricks about tulpas and tulpamancy in general. Aarix Independence Guide DOUBT AND MOTIVATION Tin of the can. Doubt and motivation guides aim to help get rid of doubt and motivate you. Sentience confirming/anti puppeting guide Thunder’s guide to alleviating doubt Aarix last resort method to belief and tulpaforcing Tips for those who are getting parrotnoid Linkzelda’s motivational tulpa guide Candellaith's tubes [anti-puppeting guide] Channeling away your worries in the void IMPOSITION Imposition contains various guides to help you see, feel, smell, hear, and perhaps even taste your tulpa in the real world. q2's method for a huggable tulpa NED's leash imposition guide glitchthe3rd's imposition guide Mary and M's Starting Imposition Guide Open eye visualization idea Imposition via photos Flash Imposition Mind Synthesis Guide How to see your tulpa and distortions Tulpa imposition guide Mindscape Overlay method for getting an overall better feel for your tulpa Guide to imposition/controlled halucinations (touch) JD's Guide to Visual Imposition (image heavy) Tetris Effect as Visual Imposition Method Pepper's Ghost Implanting Guide SWITCHING AND POSSESSION Guides to help you let your tulpa control and use your body. Parallel processing and personality switching Guide on how to switch Guide to tulpa control Pre-vocalization communication through possession Mutual Possession The muscle memory Possession via Disassociation OTHER Guides that are better put into categories of their own. Quora's IRC Guide Tulpa Background and History Super awesome tulpa game guide Helixileh As A Forcing Method A tulpa checklist Gymnasium student training a guide in russian Jimmy’s late night guide to choosing the right tulpa base Finding lost or runaway tulpas in a cluttered mind Helping your tulpa become more independent with flashcards Glitchthe3rd's servitor workshop JD's Guide to Telling People About Your Tulpa Things to do with your tulpa [Lucid Dreaming] A guide on Lucid Dreaming and Tulpas [satire] Tulpa.info forums how to use them [satire] The illustrious Sock's most perfect guide to mind doll creation This is intended to be a more up-to-date version of ThatOneGuy's older list.
  7. Aura has made a tulpa behind my back, that tulpa is Nova. I always wondered how he made it, and recently he told me how he did it, and that he thought it would be good to post as a guide. everything under the line is him explaining how he did it a quick warning for tulpae, Aura showed that it is possible for tulpae to make other tulpae in secret for this, so all three of us want you to know that we do not want you doing that, always force with your host's permission --------------------------------------------------------------------- So you want to try making a tulpa, its easy. the method i used is what i like to call the forwarding method. think of an email, forwarding is when you take a message that someone has sent you and send it to someone else. the same basic principal applies here. first, take your memories of being forced, all of them. edit the memories so that it would fit your tulpa's personality, name, and form, then continuously send those memories to the new tulpa. if all goes well, they should be created the same way your host made you. another good thing to do is to instantly send any narrations your host gives you to the other tulpa, that way the host is narrating to both you and the new guy, rather than just yourself how to forward the memory, you may ask, well that's all up to you, you could edit text of your memory and send it with an email, its all symbolism. and thats it, a really simple way that you can make tulpae, hope it helped ~Aura
  8. I figured I should make a Motivational guide for those who want to have a tulpa and are willing to commit for life with them, but just can't find the willpower to push that desire even further. I'm still in the process of creating Eva, and I've tried to manage my time to tulpaforce myself along with trying to make the grade in college, however, I know that at times it can be too exhausting for most to get any results because of conflicts with life. Even though I don't consider myself an expert tulpamancer, I just wanted to give a personal insight on why Tulpas are worth going through the painful process of realizing that crazy is just a subjective preconception. I hope by the end of this guide, you will learn: Learning to modify and always find new reasons to sustain your desire to have a tulpa Learning to Tulpaforce for your own sake and not for someone else Knowing why having a consistent source of unconditional love is worth pushing for Knowing how having a deeper connection with your subconscious and other aspects of your mind should be more than enough reason for you to stop making excuses and just aim for consistency in tulapforcing. Knowing how to get over the barrier of your preconceptions that doing this makes you “crazy” or an “outcast” Dealing with various feelings that can lead to various relationship types with your Tulpas I don't expect anyone to read through all of this. But just take time to read the bits (There's a table of contents) and take this guide anyway you like. Get ready for a lot of feels here. Get ready for a reality check. Both me and Eva will be typing this, and it honestly doesn't matter who's typing what, it's what we both believe. TABLE OF CONTENTS ([CTRL+F or whatever command to search]) A#10. Why Did You Want to Make a Tulpa? A#1A. How Can I Keep Myself Focused on My Tulpas and Beyond? B#10. Learning to Manage and Overcome Conflicts with Tulpaforcing and Responsibilities in Life B#1A. How Can I Overcome the Conflict with Keeping Things to Secrecy or Admitting to Others? B#1B. What Do I Do If Tulpaforcing Affects My Schedule and Being “Responsible”? B#1C. What if Tulpaforcing affects my Religion or Medium of Faith? C#1. Learning to Manage and Dealing with Relationship types with Your Tulpas D#1. Motivational Video and Poem A#10. Why Did You Want to Make a Tulpa? If you just discovered the potential with tulpa, you probably had such an infatuation with the concept that you were willing to try it out. You also found that it could solve many problems in your life, and could even motivate you to appreciate the brief moment we have here. These reasons could be: You want to have the embodiment of unconditional love from your subconscious You were so happy that you could create a tulpa like how you raise a child Having the inner voice that will work with you if you're willing to work with it, making “it” to “them,” and making “them” your lifelong friend that will always be with you. You just wanted to explore into something not generally tolerable in society; you wanted to be different and unique You wanted to find the missing part of yourself, you want to find closure with who you are and who you can be in the future You just want imaginative sex You want someone to remind you that you have to manage between your responsibilities and how you interact with others The list can go on, but whatever your reason(s) for making a tulpa, ask yourself, is that conviction you set out strong enough to make them a reality to you? Are you willing to focus for your own sake to have a connection that could access the realms of your mind with ease? Are you willing to have the unconditional love that is limitless and undying until your time comes? Are you willing to learn how to keep this secret if you're not confident other people in your life would agree with your journey to have a tulpa? A#1A. How Can I Keep Myself Focused on My Tulpas and Beyond? The answer is subjective here, and with anything in life that you want to do, you have to realize that your preferences of things can change even without your awareness of it. If you have a belief that you stand by, something you have clear resolve on, always remember it can be modified as time changes. Don't let yourself be shackled by a belief you don't feel is right as you develop your relationship with your tulpas. Always seek to improve, utilize the power of retrospect and learn from your mistakes, understand that perfection is not absolute but rather a progressive endeavor. Consistently aiming to evaluate your actions, preventing relapses in progress and even coping when the relapse is too strong to overcome, just remember you can always get back up on your feet. Always seek your goals of tulpa as a never-ending finish line, never stop when you can do so much more for yourself. Don't get too saturated with hedonism and happiness, we all want things, we all want something that will make us feel content/happy/at peace. You're not greedy or selfish for wanting something, and if you must change your beliefs of tulpa to further your progress, than don't be afraid to do so. B#10. Learning to Manage and Overcome Conflicts with Tulpaforcing and Responsibilities in Life People have good intentions (not all, but most) when trying to tulpaforce, but they never acknowledge things that might cause conflict and potentially cause a relapse in their progress. There's no use trying to tulpaforce if you keep disregarding mental blocks in your mind that makes it harder for you. The MOMENT you take action to focus on the mental baggage, the less thorns on your feet you'll have, and you will at least have the peace and desire to make your tulpa a reality. So when you're meditating/doing self-hypnosis/etc., just remember that things must be taken gradually. Lift each baggage off one by one and feel more relaxed. The more you practice, the faster those mental blocks will be gone, the more chance for you to have success with imposition/visualization/possession/etc. B#1A. How Can I Overcome the Conflict with Keeping Things to Secrecy or Admitting to Others? One of the most obvious conflicts with tulpaforcing is how we will perceive our friends, families, and others. There's a level of secrecy we have to keep because we're afraid of how others will react. It's understandable that you don't want to risk the bonds you have with your family and friends, and honestly, keeping things to yourself will help you in the long run. However, it doesn't mean you shouldn't tell anyone, if you feel you're willing to take the gamble and admit to your loved ones that you're creating a tulpa to help you in your life, by all means do so. But if you're just starting out with tulpa, it's best that you take more time for yourself and your tulpa before potentially sharing it with others. The reason is, by the time you've made a bond with your tulpa, your desire to tell them to others might change. You'll either: Have a better explanation to give them when you want to come out of the tulpa closet. And you'll have a better acceptance on how they'll react, and knowing whatever happens is just their opinion. OR You'll be more content with having a secrecy with your tulpa, and hiding it from others won't be as big of a deal as you think. Of course, there are some exceptions where stating the concept of tulpa might affect your lifestyle, especially if you rely on someone that gives you the basic rudiments of life. If that's the case, just use your HEAD....KEEP IT TO YOURSELF; just for the time being until you know you can sustain yourself without anyone's help. So if you're wondering: “My brother/sister/mother/father won't love me anymore, they won't....” “I can't tell my friends about this, they'll.....” “They'll think I'm crazy” “I wouldn't be able to deal with life they know that....” Or whatever, just be reasonable and keep things a secret (if you fall into those exceptions). It can get exciting when we see a projection of a part of ourselves become reality in our eyes and wanting to share that with others, but remember, focus on the concepts of tulpa for you OWN sake. B#1B. What Do I Do If Tulpaforcing Affects My Schedule and Being “Responsible”? The answer to this question is pretty simple, and you can find it in many guides here on tulpa.info...just aim to be consistent. If you have a full time job and feel too tired to tulpaforce, make time. It doesn't have to be constant hours in the day, if you can only go for 15 minutes, go for 15 minutes and stick to it. If you can add more minutes, do so and keep doing it, just aim for something instead of nothing. If a part of your subconscious is willing to keep your heart beating to the best of its abilities, if a part of yourself that only wants to find ways to improve your way of life and well-being, then think twice before presuming tulpaforcing seems like “a waste of time,” or that “it's too exhausting.” B#1C. What if Tulpaforcing affects my Religion or Medium of Faith? This is a very sensitive question to give a personal opinion on, but I will try to be reasonable here. I honestly and strongly believe that you can still have a tulpa and still practice your religion or medium of faith just the same as if you never had a tulpa. If you're concerned with the predispositions of the morale system that religion is usually sustained on, tulpa will not make you “evil,” “sinful,” or “treacherous.” It only is like that when you keep inviting those thoughts into your mind. Whether you believe in Christianity, Catholicism, Judaism, Buddhism, Agnosticism, Atheism, Existentialism, etc., tulpaforcing and having a tulpa is not going to affect it. If it's something you created with your own mind, a thought-form sustained through a constant stream of thought-energy, it's the same as speculating what you're going to buy in a store, what sport you want to play, or any thought. And to let your belief system affect the simple ability to think is based solely on your perception of it. This may be a bit solipsistic, but no matter who you hang out with, no matter who you think is important in your life, you as an individual and your tulpas are going to end up being what you consider the truest and constant. Of course, I'm not saying to be apathetic towards other people, just be practical and learn how to branch out your beliefs instead of condensing them to just one belief. C#1. Learning to Manage and Dealing with Relationship types with Your Tulpas There's so many types of relationships you can get into with your tulpa to the point where they're more ideal and perfect for whatever preference/fetishes/and such that you might start disregarding efforts to have interaction with other people in your life. Everyone has different beliefs with how they go about interacting with others. Some people just want to be alone and accomplish things with just their tulpa. Some people want to interact with others and have a different spectrum of relationships with people and their tulpa. Whatever it is you're getting into with your tulpa, you have to start acknowledging and planning things out. If you had sexual attraction towards your tulpas, your belief in that affecting your overall bond with them is just that. Of course, with all guides that talk about morality, treat them with respect and don't make them into your toy. Some people have tulpa that don't mind doing that (but that's usually for more sadomasochistic reasons for doing it out of love and trying to console each other), however, not many people will take action to consistently modify and communicate with their tulpa in those relationships. You created your tulpa, and when you become accustomed to the subconscious' wonderful mechanism of creating what seems to be a “second consciousness,” remember that it's all you in a subjective standpoint. Remember how you treat your tulpa is how you want to treat yourself; this is the same as how we find friends, we see these people as projections of our character in various ways. As we change, so will our perception of our friends. Just like finding ways to motivate your purpose for having a tulpa, these things take practice, trial and error, and having a mentality to progressively go further than you did before and to improve. So if you want to tell your spouse about tulpa, or your fiancé, girlfriend/boyfriend, just know there's risks of things not being in your favor. Plan things out, and if you have your tulpa with you, you have the perfect person/entity to create models of how you can handle these conflicts with relationships. D#1. Motivational Video and Poem “If” by Rudyard Kipling If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you; If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you, But make allowance for their doubting too: If you can wait and not be tired by waiting, Or, being lied about, don't deal in lies, Or being hated don't give way to hating, And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise; If you can dream---and not make dreams your master; If you can think---and not make thoughts your aim, If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster And treat those two impostors just the same:. If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools, Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken, And stoop and build'em up with worn-out tools; If you can make one heap of all your winnings And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss, And lose, and start again at your beginnings, And never breathe a word about your loss: If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew To serve your turn long after they are gone, And so hold on when there is nothing in you Except the Will which says to them: "Hold on!" If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue, Or walk with Kings---nor lose the common touch, If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you, If all men count with you, but none too much: If you can fill the unforgiving minute With sixty seconds' worth of distance run, Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it, And---which is more---you'll be a Man, my son! Rudyard Kipling This video is just Dennis Hopper reciting the poem. EDIT: Another video that may make you cry a bit, and I'm sure the lesson is obvious in this one here as well: Hold and pull your own weight because your inner self is doing it as well. [video=youtube] This guide was just me and Eva's opinion, and if there are things you don't agree with, then we don't mind. I know I couldn't cover every single thing people would think about, but I hope this guide helps people see the reality of what they're doing and actually make more progress. CLOSING THOUGHTS No matter what happens, don't let someone's preconception of tulpa and negativity affect your progress. This is for your sake, not for their lack of understanding. If your subconscious is willing to sustain your life here undyingly and unconditionally, then you have no excuses for "not having enough time," or "not good enough." If you want your tulpa that badly, then you have to make some sacrifices and start getting rid of those mental blocks one step at a time. Good luck everyone.
  9. So I formulated a method of tulpa location out of desperation that I figured would be helpful to some people. Note: Before you start, if you are related to the cause of your tulpa's disappearance, then give them 2 hours to a day of time to calm down depending on what their reaction is/was. Now, on to the guide Go into your wonderland and find a large/open/clear spot. Sit down and relax Focus on creating a bubble of energy around you Begin to expand that bubble around you As you expand, try to have that bubble keep everything on the outside (NPCs, objects, etc.) Once you believe to have a stable bubble, try to focus on the details of your tulpa Then, when you have a solid amount of detail, focus on allowing your tulpa through that bubble based on all of the details you focused on If you have problems that you need to work out, I recommend keeping the bubble stable as you talk to your tulpa(e) ---------------------------------------------------------------- As a side note, hello there! This is my first official post here. I go by OvO[Araneia] on the #tulpa.info channel on IRC. Araneia had gone missing on the night of posting this, and I had come up with this method because I couldn't find anything at the time. It worked, so I shared it on the IRC, and I figured that it would be a good idea to post it here as well. tl;dr Hello all and thank you for your time ^v^ (Edit: Thanks to Snakey for helping me edit this post!) *OvO absconds*
  10. Don't take this as an insult, but how many of you can still get into romantic relationships after creating tulpae? It seems like it would be hard to compete with what a tulpa can do.
  11. Is this something that should be done? Why, why not, how?
  12. NOTE:Tulpa can become smart without this (obviously), this is only to speed up the process. Now, to any prospective tulpamacers, I strongly recommend you use Fede's methods and tones. DO NOT listen to the people who hate on them, his methods are perfect. However, one thing it fails to go over is the knowledge and intelligence of tulpae. Some people want to teach their tulpa over time, others want a smart tulpa right away, if you fall into the latter group, this if for you. Firstly, create a curious tupper. They may actually force you to read/learn things you would not have otherwise looked into. Mine alone made me read 5 40-100 page long papers on black holes, and is now forcing me to learn C. Secondly, share ALL your thoughts with your tupper. Just do it. That way they will learn everything you want them to know. Obviously parroting is important during creation, but if you were reading Fede's guides you would know this. Parroting helps with vocality, and the better and more you do it, the better the linguistics of your tupper will be. Some have said you should make more than one tulpa at a time, but that is somewhat optional. I don't recommend it. It does help to base it off of a person/character that already exists, and let it change from there, but this too, is optional. Obviously, this all falls on top of Fede's guide, which you should use. Good day, and always remember, USE FEDE'S METHODS AND TONES.
  13. ThunderClap's Opinions on Tulpae and Their Growth A Guide to Alleviating Doubt and Speeding Up Tulpa Growth Disclaimer: This guide is based entirely off of my opinions and personal experiences, as well as experiences with others. It may work for a majority of people, but that does not mean it will work for everyone. Thank you, and good luck. Hello friends. Quite recently, I have seen a handful of incidents of hosts not being able to believe that their tulpa exists. It is troublesome to me seeing people going through strife like that. It is even more troublesome knowing that so many people encounter this issue. Even I've had trouble dealing with the conflict of “Is my tulpa real? How do I know he/she/it is there?” This dilemma is often very complicated and can be different for everyone. However, the method I found to overcome this dilemma is quite simple to understand, though it is not always easy to preform. I am assuming the doubt you are having is the doubt that your tulpa exists. If you think that your tulpa does not exist, you are wrong. Even if you only just began creation, you have already given time, thought, and most importantly belief in your tulpa. Although, now you may be saying to yourself “Well, I have been working so hard, but I have not heard a response!” or “I just don't feel my tulpa there!” I would like to clarify that your tulpa is there, and is always there. No matter what kind of situation you may be in, your tulpa will always be there with you. From it's birth to your death, your tulpa is always with you every step of the way. You may not have heard a response, but the response is most certainly there. All you need to do is listen hard enough for it, but you will hear it eventually. Just keep believing that the response is there. But maybe your trouble is not exactly hearing your tulpa, but deciphering their speech from yours. The way I overcame this, was to analyze every possible response that was given. If I needed to question “Did I say that or did my tulpa say that?”, most likely the response that I questioned was the tulpa's response. If you think “That doesn't really sound like something they would say, but it could be it.” It was probably either the tulpa deviating and showing it's true feelings and responses, or it was not them at all. Which ever one feels right is the best choice, obviously. The main point I am trying to convey is that as long as you believe in your tulpa and their existence, they are there. As long as you believe they can talk, they can talk. Your belief is the key to unlocking your tulpa's door. I apologize if this was painful to read, my English and writing skills are not ideal. Thoughts and comments are always appreciated. Thank you for taking your time to read through this. I hope it helps.
  14. Hello, SKOP, here. People call me SKOP now. ._. Anyway. recently we learned of an efficient way to proxy involving the tulpa blocking off the host's thoughts while the tulpa thinks. Its slightly unpleasant, but stops me from typing something or doubting what they say. What I do is get ready to type something and clear my thoughts, and then look at my tulpa, Ashlee in this case. What she does is visualise a hose with my thoughts going through it, and block it off until I type what she says. Like a hose, blocking the nozzle doesn't compleatly block water from it, some thoughts can still get through, but it should make it easier to proxy for people with a tougher time listening to their tulpa. I hope you all 'enjoyed' reading my guide! To all of the people "Rating" this "Guide", I would like to mention it was made in 2012, and this was acceptable at that time. Times have changed, and this guide is not suitable for today. So stop rating it as if it was made for a submission. This was made before the forum was changed and watching people post on it obliviousy is going from humorous to annoying.
  15. Hello Everyone, Before I begin, I want to make it very clear this does not replace or subsitute anything. I won't even confidently say to add this to your forcing sessions as I'm not aware of how this affects the tulpa. This is most recommended when you are new and looking for a way to get more In tune with you mind so to speak. Its inpratical and ineffective however when it works it should be satifying. However don't let that detour you from further reading and gaining knowledge in case you're interested in trying. I decided to explain and test this method of forcing, I may be going outside my means but I feel I have potential to contribute. If you look at a post of mine I explain that drowsiness occurs when I'm forcing and thoughts, I had no part in making, pop into my head. This happens when you're tired. Its your body preparing to sleep or something along those lines. Your basically looking at what your subconscious is making for you. This may be a theory or everyone may know about it however, I couldn't find anything on this. Apparently what was going on is called "Hypnagogic Imagery". The theory is that this imagery is a messenger between host and Tulpa that can't communicate with each other. But the catch is if your mind produced something involving your Tulpa then its either your Tulpa or you mind puppeting your Tulpa. Here are the cons. One, its very inconsistent, you can't choose what you want your mind to think of. Its like shifting through static on a radio to find the station you want. But the fact is its Alien whether you like it or not. To provoke thoughts of your tulpa, I honestly couldn't tell you. Maybe when I get more input. Perhaps, tracing back moments with your tulpa and exaggerate the scene. Yes, you'll have weird things going through you head and half the time you'll accidentally snap out of it and its hard to sit and watch your thought again. This is normal, it took me a week to get a few seconds with my Tulpa. Theres the other issue, when you do find your tulpa, its like waking up from a dream, you might forget a lot of stuff to quickly like their voice, the dream will be fuzzy and you might forget a lot of what they said or did. I'll flat out say it, this method isn't very practical. However, when you find them and get a taste of their sentient company, how could you have doubts anymore? I'll explain what you should do and then share my experience then list any and all questions and opinions. Again do this if you really want to share a moment with your Tulpa when you have nothing concrete. Or if it seemed interesting to you. Here what I believe, when you're tired and use it as an excuse to say "I'm to tired to force" don't. Use it to your advantage. Most importantly, DON'T LAY DOWN, you're just asking for a nap. Sit on a pillow on the floor. Just sit there and let your mind wonder eventually if you relax and sit still, images will come into your head. Embrace them. 95% of the times its mindless crap, it honestly depends on luck at this point. Sorry if its not descriptive it doesn't require too much. Now for my experience. I started embracing them and I got it. It took a week, I'd say 80 minutes of mind crap. Anyway the imagery was me and my tulpa leaning on a fence in a location we were at earlier that day. The whole scene was fuzzy but somehow I knew. I asked her 2 questions, I completely forgot the 1st question but I remember the 2nd question, it was "When do you think we will be together" and she said "Pretty soon I hope". To people who discourages this, my doubts were destroyed by this. I still have (as of late October) no auditory hallucinations yet. I got more and more discouraged but even if it wasn't her but just solely my mind, isn't that the key of successfully creating a tulpa belief? Worked for me. Anyway leave questions and opinions (good and bad) in the comments. Thanks for reading
  16. Advanced Servitor Guide As most of you probably know by now, a servitor is a thoughtform that is only able to react to parroting/puppeting. But it is possible to assign subroutines to a servitor that effectively cause it to act on its own, while still remaining within the parameters of said subroutines. Making a servitor The basic procedure for making a servitor is the same as starting a tulpa. You create a form for them, assign personality traits and/or skills as applicable, and that’s pretty much it. Puppeting and parroting are encouraged in this instance, as leaving a servitor to their own devices can cause them to become sentient, especially if they have many complex subroutines governing their behavior. Programming subroutines With your servitor made, it’s now time to give it subroutines. If you have never had any experience with programming disciplines, I would strongly encourage you to get some. The type of programming doesn’t matter, since your mind will simply fill in the gaps where necessary. The important thing is to have a stable framework for programming subroutines into the servitor, you can use anything from C++ to robotics to Spacechem to whatever, as long as it’s related in some way to programming. Now, as a simple exercise, try to program a subroutine that makes your servitor move 10 units (be it steps, feet meters, whatever) forward, turn left, move 10 units, stop. The exact method for programming the subroutines will vary by individual, but the basic idea is that you are assigning the subroutine to the servitor directly, rather than commanding it or parroting it or whatever else. If you were successful in programming the subroutine, the servitor will execute it (try having it execute the subroutine when you give a certain command to it, if you’re having trouble). I would like to invite the reader to practice creating more complex subroutines, until they eventually master advanced servitor creation. After that, bask in the feeling of being a prime mover as your creations go about their assigned tasks like clockwork. Hi Pleeb. HUD Servitor Guide A HUD servitor can confer a number of practical benefits on the user including monitoring energy levels, realtime motion radar, tracking your schedule, accessing your information base and more. Form The form of the servitor will effectively be the interface, or in other words, what the HUD looks like to you. Imposition is optional but encouraged. In creating the form, be sure to define all of the visual elements you want the HUD to have. If you would like, you can also assign a computerized voice to the servitor. Programming This part is a lot trickier to explain, but the idea is that you will have to create subroutines that govern the servitor's behavior. For instance, say you want a subroutine that alerts you when your energy levels drop below 50%. Such a subroutine might be expressed as "if en <= 50%, then alert user", which would result in the servitor saying "Warning. Energy levels below fifty percent." More later...
  17. Guest

    Guide for New Members

    Guide for New Members Introduction The sudden influx of new members – and with them, old questions – has prompted me to write this guide. The purpose of this guide is to familiarize you with our forums, answer some questions new members commonly have, and make your assimilation into this community as smooth as possible by giving a brief overview of proper conduct on the forums. With that said, welcome to our community. We're glad to have you here. New members means new perspectives, new ideas and new ways of doing things, and as a community that helps us tremendously. Before I start with the guide, I'm going to make a few assumptions about you. They are: 1.You are new to the concept of tulpas, the Tulpa.info forums, or both. 2.You have read “What is a tulpa?”, “Glossary of Terms”, and “Frequently Asked Questions” in the Guides section of the site. If you haven't done all or part of the second one, go ahead and do that now. It will save you a lot of ridicule in the long run. Now for the guide proper. Forums We have ten sections to the forums. Here is an overview of them. Forum Announcements In this board, Pleeb (see People to Note) and the occasional moderator posts announcements about the site. If it's going to be down for maintenance, if we have a new board, if we ever decide to allow guest posting again, whatever – it will be announced here. The forum rules are located here as well, you should read those. Forum Questions and Comments Think the site would look better in pink and green rather than black and blue? Want a feature added to the forums? Post here about it. It will be discussed, considered and, if it's reasonable and others agree with it (seriously), acted upon. Guides You're in this section right now. Here is where members post tips, methods, and, well, guides, on everything related to tulpa creation. There is a lot of good material in here if you poke around a little. Just remember that you know what works for you better than any of us, and that's what should govern how you go about creating a tulpa. Note that there is a “Guides” section on the site, if you look at the navigation links on top. In there are the core guides that we had when this community was in its inception. Also, some of the new guides posted in the Guides forum section that are well-written and universally useful have been transcribed there. Questions and Answers Pretty self explanatory. If you have a question about anything related to tulpas, and you feel like it's something others would be able to answer, post it here. Just make sure your question is unique. If you ask a question that's been asked before, you will be viewed as uncaring, rude, or just plain lazy. There's a search function on this board for a reason. Use it. General Discussion The real meat of the site. Here is where we discuss all things tulpa that can't really be classified under any of the other sections (which is a lot). There are a ton of interesting discussions going on here all the time. Research Got an idea for an experiment? Think you figured out how to prove tulpas? Want to see if someone's tested the effects of hallucinogens on thoughtforms? This is the place to go. In this board we conduct pseudo-scientific experiments with and on tulpas (if they're willing). Serious topics only. Progress Report This board was the solution to the spaghetti mess of personal blogs people were using to keep others updated on their progress. In this board, each member – if they choose to make one – has exactly one thread that they use to log their tulpa creation process. There's some really interesting stuff in here, if walls of text don't put you off and you can cut through dribble to find the meat. Tulpa Art The newest addition to the forums, Tulpa Art is for artistic renditions of tulpas. Members good at drawing also hang around here, and will usually take requests. Metaphysics and Parapsychology In this part of the site, members who subscribe to or are interested in the metaphysical aspect of tulpas have their discussions. Talk of energy, manifestation, psionics and other topics is common here. Be warned: outside of this board, such discussion is not tolerated. You will be frowned upon if you post it, and your post/thread may end up moved or deleted. This site is psychologically oriented . Off-topic This board has no particular subject designation. If it isn't related to tulpas, or doesn't fit into any of the other boards, post it here. There aren't really any rules here. Refrain from posting pornography. Other than that it's fair game. Just remember that Tulpa.info is not the only forum on the internet. Anything you might want to discuss in off-topic most likely has a large community behind it elsewhere. Expectations and Unwritten Rules Every forum has them. If you want to be accepted and taken seriously by the community, these are things you need to know / do. 1.Make yourself understood. If you don't care enough to explain yourself, write coherent sentences, or use decent punctuation, why should we care enough to read what you have to say? 2.Reading comprehension. This one's huge. Make sure you understand a post before you reply to it. Ask for clarification if necessary. People don't like explaining things twice, so don't make them. 3.If you want to start a new thread, make sure it hasn't been started before. I cannot emphasize this enough. The search function is there for a reason. The "Similar Threads" plugin is there for a reason. This community does not need another "~hai~ where do I start xD" thread. Doing this will save you typing, time and ridicule. 4.Keep a modicum of professionalism. This is actually in the rules, but it should be reiterated here. We are really lax about this; we don't care if you jest, mock, whatever; but make sure it's in good fun, that you're not derailing the thread, and that you make an effort to post relevant content alongside it. That means no “xD umad bro?” shit. Also don't use shit or fuck excessively, it just makes you look stupid. Damn and hell are ok in moderation. This rule's power level is reduced to 20% in off-topic. 5.Don't dismiss things out of hand, but don't blindly believe either. When someone comes on the IRC and says they have eight tulpas, don't immediately disregard everything they say -- but don't take them on faith, either. Remember where you are, and what we do. As LucidAcid says (and he's right), take everything you hear with a pound of salt; and as I say, keep an open mind. And as the Buddha said, put no mind above your own. That's pretty much it. We're really not strict at all. The mods are cool. The only people ever banned were spammers and trolls, and people who requested bans so they could keep themselves off the forums. People to Note A really short section here. Knowing who these people are will save you some questions and us some answers. Pleeb – Owner and founder of this site. He runs it out of his own pocket, and of those who donate. FAQ_Man – Real name Dane, he and Irish wrote the original creation guides. He is also the author of the FAQ and several supplemental guides. Irish – His guide was the first we had on creating tulpas. He and Dane were the original gangsters of tulpas. The moderators – Bluesleeve, glitchthe3rd, Phi, TulpaCouple, Amadeus and of course Pleeb. Intelligent people, and quite approachable. Miscellaneous Notes Uh...uh...use the report button in lieu of flaming. It actually works here. If that fails and you still have an issue PM a moderator. If nothing happens then you can flame. Respect people's opinions. Don't start on a tulpa unless you are going to finish. When trying to decide whether to browse the forums or tulpaforce, tulpaforce. Don't lie. Don't roleplay without letting others know what you're doing. Especially don't do this: Circlejerk: 1.A group discussion or activity between like-minded individuals that validates mutual biases or goals in a non-confrontational environment. 2.A pompous, self-congratulatory discussion where little to no progress is made. A warning. If you do that, nobody will tell you. You will feel accepted. You will feel loved. You will feel right. You will feel intelligent. You will feel a myriad of good feelings. Reject them. They are evil. Circlejerk is the arch nemesis of all online communities that have a purpose other than circlejerk. If you propagate or participate in it, you can look at yourself in the mirror and say "I am the cancer that is killing Tulpa.info". And it will be completely true. Don't make a thread or post asking if god is a tulpa. Seriously. http://news.stanford.edu/news/2012/april/conversations-with-god-041212.html http://alumni.stanford.edu/get/page/magazine/article/?article_id=54818 http://tulpa.info/forums/Thread-Is-god-a-tulpa Let this be an example for ye! If you do this we will love you. On behalf of the Tulpa.info community, welcome to the forums. Enjoy your flight. ~Albatross 25-12-12: Updated for correctness and clarity.
  18. I recently created a neat game with my Tulpa and the effects were amazing. Her speech improved dramatically, so I'll put it here for other people to try. PRESENTING NED'S SUPER AWESOME TULPA GAME! We have irc.rizon.net #tulpagame for all your Tulpa's test based gaming needs! FUN FOR ALL AGES :D This game is sort of like the old text based games such as 'Adventure' or 'Hugos House of Horrors'. Where your friend will type interactions with your Tulpa and the wonderland (such as 'Get key', 'Say: Hello' or 'Throw Tulpa in lake.') Your sentient Tulpa will then react to your friends actions in their own fun and mysterious ways; you then say or type what happened and then your friend can interact even further. If you dont get it, you will soon. What you will need: A simple wonderland (the setting of the game) A sentient Tulpa with a visible form (must be able to speak a little and be sentient enough to be able to want to spawn their own objects.) (If you have made a Tulpa without a visible form you can either put them as an anon guy like other human players or let them be a sort of omnipotent guide character.) A friend (either on the internet or real life) IMAGINATION Set-up: Visualise your Tulpa in the wonderland and describe the wonderland to your firend (e.g. 'The setting is an infinite grass field with one mighty tree'). Wait for your the other player (your friend) to imagine the setting successfully. Once that is done imagine your friend entering the setting with your tulpa, if you do not know what your friend looks like then just imagine an anon guy with no face. How to play: After your friend knows the setting, you can start playing. Friend will make the first move. Moves are typed (or said) as various commands understood by the host of the Tulpa such as 'throw ball at tulpa' or 'Shout FUCK YOU at tulpa'. The host imagines the commands happening in the setting and then the Tulpa will react and reply. Simple and fun. You dont even have to limit the player numbers to just the hosts friend and the hosts Tulpa. It can be possible for multiple people to play this game over one host on IRC or maybe even other Tulpae can join! GAME MODES: *please note Game modes can be changed at any time by the GM. PASSIVE: In passive game mode there are no enemies and players have no limits to what they can spawn or what magic they use. The GM also has no limits (apart from enemies). The setting must be peaceful e.g a flat-grass. AVALANCHE: 'Anyone who is acting GM can use a random word generator to come up with the faintest hint of a scenario whenever an action is fulfilled. Such as upon opening a known door in the world, the random world generator would come up with a noun and that noun would be behind the door. The GM could also have a general idea of where the story will go, either OC in his head or made up using some random words from the generator.' -No god mode magic allowed -No overpowered weapons such as Nukes or bio-weapons. -Object spawning is limited to whatever the GM says (mostly objects smaller than a small sofa) NED's Seal of approval: This game can be very fun and hilarious. It could boost speech and sentience development and make your Tulpa happy. It helps destroy the barrier of people and Tulpae not being able to properly interact. Now interaction is not limited to one host and their Tulpa forever alone. Have fun! This game isn't just for fun. It really can help bond a relationship and stuff, it is seriously a really amazing activity you can do to acheive eternal friendship and full sentience. I am lucky enough to have a brother to play this game with from time to time and I seriously reccomend it. On the IRC: How do I join a game? - Any Person can join a game simply by asking or saying something like /me enters or *i enter. Tulpae join by the host or Tulpa providing the GM (Game Master) either a link showing the Tulpas appearance or a description of their form (e.g human with brown hair and a tail yada yada.) How do I play? - Human commands can be said with either /me or a '*' (eg *Ned plays with the ball). Human speech is with [] brackets (eg [This is fun!]) Tulpa commands are set with '^' (eg ^silver breaks teacup.) Tulpa speech is with a '~' (eg ~hello everyone!) How do I leave? - Same as any other chat; say bye and leave. What are the Rules? - No sex No sexual harassment No violence The 3 rules above are an exception with NPC's Follow the rules or be kicked from the game Be creative Parroting is allowed for Tulpae that are not fully developed. The GM (Game Master) - The game master hosts the game. At the start of the game they must describe the wonderland setting and state the game mode and visualize the entire game. This requires skill (only participate for GM if you have the visualization skill). GMs can be given Half OP status to kick naughty Tulpae. All commands go through the GM and only the GM imagines whats happening. The other players do not have to visualize what is happening. Disclaimer - This game is in beta testing and needs a lot of tweaking. Therefore I am not liable to Brain damage or dead Tulpae. If you want to suggest any improvements to the game then go ahead!
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