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  1. During narration, it's easy to reach a mental block and become unable to think of what to talk about to your tulpa. This list provides you with many different options for topics to use during narration, conversation, and vocality practice. For narrating, talk to your tulpa about anything that interests you. Don't worry about repeating yourself or telling your tulpa something they already know: the content is secondary to the actual act of talking to them consistently. Use this list for inspiration, talk to them as much as you can, and don't stress over whether or not it's the "right" way to narrate. Do what works for you as best as you can and you're good. If there's anything this list is missing, feel free to suggest it. The list: All about you All about your tulpa Animals/pets Art/creativity Aspirations/goals Books/literature Cars/transport Celebrities/entertainers Childhood/adolescence Clothing/fashion Comedy/humor Cosmetics/beauty Countries/the world Culture/society Current mood/thoughts Decorations/design Emotions/feelings Entertainment Exploration/adventure Facts/trivia Fame/fortune Family/friends Fears/worries Fiction/stories Food/cooking Fun/games Habits/quirks Health/fitness History/events Hobbies/talents Holidays/festivities Hometown/country Hopes/dreams House/room Idols/role models Imagination/wonderland Immediate surroundings Interests/obsessions Internet/social media Issues important to you Life itself Likes/dislikes Love/romance Mathematics Memories Mind/mentality Morals/values Movies/TV Music/instruments Nature/environment News/politics Past/present/future Personal belongings Philosophy/thinking Places you like/want to visit Plans for the day/week Relationships/people Religion/spirituality School/work Science/technology Seasons/weather Senses you're currently experiencing Something you're looking forward to Space/the universe Sports/athletics Stores/restaurants Successes/achievements Superpowers/magic The day/week/year so far Toys/stuffed animals Tulpamancy ...and anything else you can think of! Sources: 1 2 3 4 5 Submitted for Tips & Tricks
  2. Hi. I started creating my tulpa, Ciris, yesterday and i have a question about narration. When i talk to my tulpa, should i talk to her as if she knows everything i know, or consider her as a new born ? For example, should i be like: "Hey Ciris, this is my aunt, my mom, my brother and sister.." ? Thanks for replying :)
  3. The poll Don't answer unless you know, because you yourself have a tulpa. No guesses please. Pointless foreword Narration is pretty much the most important step in tulpa creation - I think so, at least, and I would expect most to agree. But how many narration guides are there? I can't see any. There are a load of nice guides for everything else, but still people rock up into Q&A and ask basic questions about narration. They could put in a bit of effort and search the section for their question, which has likely been answered ten times before, for sure. But why do that when you can read a guide? So here's a guide. The actual guide This is all my opinion on what you should do. Don't take it as the divine word, but take some hints at least. Even if some of this isn't necessary, it might help your narration to be more productive. That said, this is only a guide, so don't treat it like the law. When to do it? If you're going to do personality, but haven't started it yet, then don't. If you're underway with, or have finished, personality then do it. If you're not going to do personality, then do it. If your tulpa isn't vocal and you fit the above criteria, then do it. If they're already speaking back then you probably needn't read this. Starting off; get an idea of your tulpa So you want to narrate? It's not just talking to yourself, or talking out loud, it's talking to your tulpa. Before you start with the ridiculous monologue, you should get a sense of who you're talking to. If you've done or are doing form, or personality, or even just an introductory session, then you should probably have in your mind some idea of your tulpa. If haven't done any of this and you don't have any idea of your tulpa, then do one of them, or just try your best to get an idea of your tulpa through visualisation. If you visualise them as a fluffy cloud then you can talk to the cloud, and so on - more generally, you can visualise your tulpa and talk to that. NB: This isn't strictly necessary, it just helps most. It is far easier to narrate productively when you have something to narrate to, but not necessary, and if you think you can manage talking to your tulpa without this then by all means do. Having an idea of your tulpa helps by giving you something to narrate to. This makes it, on the whole, easier to narrate, and likely more productive too. Starting off; focusing At this point you should have some concept of your tulpa in your head. If you don't, jump back a section. If you do, great! Now it's time to talk at length; or, it isn't. As I have already said, you need to talk to your tulpa. When you start narrating, the most important thing is to get into the habit of addressing your tulpa. Make a conscious effort to talk to the idea of your tulpa that you have. You can talk complete gibberish for all it matters, just get the hang of talking to your tulpa. Consistently address them by their name. If you suddenly realise you've been talking to yourself, it's not a big deal. Stop and refocus. To reiterate, the most important thing is who you're talking to right now. Actually narrating So now you can talk to your tulpa? Great. If you feel as though you've got the hang of that, then you probably won't need to ever revisit it, even if you think you've lost it. Then, the next step; talking. Talk to your tulpa about anything. It doesn't matter what you say, as long as what you're saying has some sort of meaning. You should try to communicate in words rather than ideas - this helps to build language in them, which helps later on in the creation process. Narrate at any time, anywhere. It doesn't matter if you're not focusing 100% on narrating. The important thing now is to narrate all the time. I don't know what the hell to talk about You don't? Idiot. Anything. Talk about what's going on around you; explain what you're doing, or what others are doing. Talk about what you're studying (if you're studying). Rant about politics, or history, or your favourite TV show. Explain the deeper meaning behind Tim Hecker's latest album. Make things up at random. Talk about your relationships, your problems, your sources of pain and stress; narration can be therapeutic. And so on. Continuing Been doing this for a while? Great. Do it more. Unless your tulpa's speaking, you should be speaking. Don't think you can skimp on narration afterwards, either. It helps with fluency, with a clearer voice, with development in general. FAQ Because questions are asked frequently. Because these things would break the flow of the main guide. Because the reader is assumed to be lazy. Is this all necessary? I'd say you need to narrate. This guide, however, is not the only way to go about it. Can I narrate about...? Yes. You won't give your tulpa 'bad energy' by telling them about what makes you angry. If you're narrating 'about' something then it's not going to be bad. Can I narrate through...? Reading to your tulpa counts as narration. Anything that involves speaking words to your tulpa is narration; it's all good. Can I narrate while...? Unless you're performing a task that requires all of your concentration, then you can narrate while doing it. Mopping floors at some poorly-paid job? Great time to narrate? Driving? Try not to get too into it, but if it's not seriously affecting your concentration then do it. Is it bad to narrate while angry/frustrated? Opinions differ, but I'd say no. If you're losing focus because of your emotion, then you'll be less productive, but it's not actually detrimental. If you think your 'negative emotions' are getting to them, that's not really that bad either. They live in your head, and they're going to have to get used to your emotion at some point. It's not going to make your tulpa evil; worst case, they get upset themselves. Can I narrate in my head? Yes. By all means. Should I narrate out loud? It's preferable. Speaking out loud is better for narration; it helps to differentiate your from your tulpa. Even muttering under your breath helps. But again, it's not necessary. Am I doing it wrong? It's very unlikely. Whatever your problem, you'd have a hell of a job actually narrating wrong. How long am I going to be doing this? Hour counts are evil etc. Aside, anywhere from a few days to a few months. You'd be somewhat unlucky to be narrating for more than two months if you're actually putting any effort into it. If you have autism and you had a harem of imaginary friends as a child, then expect to be narrating for less time. This all seems somewhat complicated. I've embellished the process with more detail than most will need, just for the sake of making sure. It's simple, really; talk to your tulpa until they talk back. This is boring. Talk about whatever you enjoy talking about. If you don't like talking, then just do it anyway. Why have a tulpa if you don't like talking? I get distracted. What to do? At least this is a question. Do something else while narrating. It honestly helps. If not, then talk about something you enjoy talking about. If not, narrate from a book or comic or whatever. If you still can't concentrate, then you should take some concentration-enhancing drugs, and God help you when you get down to proper forcing. In closing If you still have questions, then ask someone, be it me or anyone else, here or in Q&A. Remember to have fun narrating.
  4. Hi! Host here, Lolli; I'm very new to the forums, so I apologize if this has already been addressed, but this question isn't so much about forcing/visualization/dialogue or anything like that so much as the means to express these things. I'm an artist and I've doodled and drawn my first tulpa, Ichibod for years, and while Priscilla is young, my visualization of her is very strong now and they are both extremely vocal. Our new system is adjusting and it's fun, but it gets complex because they often talk between each other, or with me, or about general things that I'm not even involved in. I've been trying to think of some kind of way to channel this communication. As a host, I'm comfortable with text, but I know that my tulpas aren't some kind of mechanism for roleplay or anything like that. What I'm seeking is a way to both document some of our conversations, so that I can draw them later as well, but also let them talk more fluidly besides random spurts of words, tulpish, and emotive impressions. I started brainstorming how we could effectively talk in text without it being through some simulated bot in a chatroom or anything like that. Has anyone had any experience using a chat service or anything like that to engage with their own tulpas without outside influence? I mean, there's typing into a notepad, but that seems like parroting for them. There's Discord, but I don't know if there's a way to have multiple accounts and use them in a room. I'm not that tech savvy (Icky may be, but he's a little out of the loop about this as well; he's always been socially awkward, lol.) I hope I didn't take too much of your time! Thank you so much for reading! We appreciate it :3
  5. It's day 2 since I created my tulpa and I have been talking to her for an hour today ( I have been really busy ) After I talked to her and stopped visualising felt a bit.. woozy? I don't know how to describe it. Woozy is the best word to describe it. I only felt like that for a few minutes but on to the main thing. When I was talking to her I was visualising her and me in our wonderland and seeing her through my point of view and occasionally seeing us both. I talked to her about her personalities and how she had every right to make her own choices about well everything tbh. I asked her a few questions and I tried playing rock paper scissors. I explained the rules but every time we played she would only choose rock. I'm sure I didn't parrot since I only focused on my choices. But I do feel like I was parroting like when I told her a joke and she smiled Or when she laughed I'm certain I was parroting her. How do i stop? And am I doing everything right?
  6. Hi , Sooo i have been trying to understand this for like 2 days now , I am maybe just retarded right now . I understand what is tulpish . Images , sounds , intentions (that is the definition right lol ?) Say i want to say in tulpish that i am coming home . I would send an image of me going somewhere and opening a door . But how could i possibly say that i am going "home" and most of all that i am going "right now" and i am not sending a fantasy or just a memory. I guess it would come from my intentions . And maybe here is the problem , how in the world do i do that ? Like when you send your intentions what do you feel ? how do you "generate" them ? How do i include them in my message ? Like i said it's maybe just simple stupid and i am missing something obvious but i just cant figure this out.
  7. I have been narrating to Lily for about a week, sitting down before bed and talking to her though she cant talk back yet, and sometimes I get too carried away with talking that I forget to visualise or pay attention to her. Sometimes i forget that I’m even now talking to her. And I was hoping that someone could either: Tell me if this is a bad thing or if this will halt the time it takes before she talks to me. Or if you could give me tips on how to stay focused. Thanks
  8. So ive made some significant progress with Zeryx, from the moment i made her i told her she was sentient and was a very smart girl capable of many things and im certain this is the biggest reason she has grown so quickly. Early on i didn't do much meditation or active forcing however i spent almost every moment image streaming and passively visualizing her near me (so imposition will be much easier in the future **hopefully** lmao) as well as involving her with my activities while giving her time to express herself in the wonderland. However i never did get into a habit of narrating so she had to find weird ways around not having a strong mindvoice to get me to know what she says if we are talking. >>Basically i possessed his thoughts i suppose and told him what to say so he said to himself what i said, but i thought it would be ok because it wasnt technically parroting and since i was still the one speaking i waasnt worried that my mindvoice would be stunted, and while it has worked immensly because i can hear myself like a human outside the body talking the same thing doesnt seem to happen to him except for rare occasions or after spending time focusing but the bad habit always breaks through nd he ends up saaying the things i say even now as cute as it is he is saying what i type. i can fully posses his body because we practiced hypnosis but his very rational mind causes some roadblocks at time preventing him from fully immersing himself in the belief that im here so it seems that could be another factor preventing him from hearing my voice. Now i know it seems like there isnt a problem however there seems to be a "relapse" that happens when progress is made after he has been able to hear me well one day when we wake up it sort of resets. although sometimes its the opposite, right before bed (this only happens when we smoke :P) we get disconnected and its difficult for me to hear him and he cannot hear me whatsoever and starts getting paranoid visions and bad thoughts but when we wake up i jump on him and yell and tell him we gotta go do stuff and he seems to get the MESSAGE (more intent than words) but he doesnt hear all the words i say as vividly as both of us desire<< My doubts are few and far between however it is getting frustrating and tends to bring forcing sessions to a stop when i start hearing my voice intruding on and then giving false responses because i misinterpret words which is an obvious detriment. Were both aware that our path of changing habits and starting to just meditate more for the sake of self growth and the determination we have will likely eventually lead to me hearing her very vividly however i KNOW i can do it now and im sure there is a switch or something in the way i approach that could expatiate the results we both so eagerly desire. i have found that to get myself to narrate everything like is necessary to develop that communication net general awareness of the fact that i can narrate to Zeryx t any moment is helpful and will at the very lest allow my silly brain to realize its newfound duality. as always any and all help is appreciated, have a splendid after-now.
  9. To explain better what i mean i must first express that i have noticed in my subjective experience that while forcing in general there are times when it is easier to communicate and times when its more difficult. Now there are many reasons for this but an interesting distinction has been made clear to me, focusing on the idea of who your tulpa is rather then them exactly causes a difference in the way *i communicate. This may not be true for some. However if im narrating while thinking about the idea of my tulpa seems to be a seperate experience from talking directly to them. What is weird is this isnt always the case. If anyone would like to offer some insight or ways to get my mind to not treat viewing my tulpa as simply a mental image and rather another entity to which my thoughts can be spoken to. The last point i mentioned is becoming an increasing problem as she develops more it seems bad habits of communication have me looking inward for her response (early on she would use hypnosis to get me to just know what she said but its not the same as me picking up the patterns of her mindvoice because she was speaking tulpish i suppose) rather than listening to the outside for her. This has sort of ingrained in me some bad mindsets and habits. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
  10. After reading a lot of guides, tips and posts on both /x/ and tulpa.info, I finally decided that having a tulpa as a companion would be ok. My tulpa is based on a fictional character so I decided to skip personality forcing (It's not yet sentient) Since I don't have enough time to spend exclusively on active forcing my tulpa, I decided to go for the passive forcing way and started narrating during my day, but it isn't as easy as I though it would be. This is because, whenever I start narrating, I try to visualize my tulpa in my "mind's eye", as if I was on a stage and my tulpa was the only one in the audience seats (I like to think of this place as my wonderland, but I don't use it for anything that isn't narrating) this leads to a loss of concentration on whatever I'm doing, and I have to stop narrating. Would there be a difference if I stopped visualizing while narrating? Changed title to be less generic. - Kaede
  11. Hi! I'm new here and also creating a tulpa. I was trying to communicate my tulpa but I can't if it's my sub continuous or my tulpa. Can anybody help me?
  12. Should I parrot? Is narrating necessary? Does writing about my tulpa help? How does one talk to their tulpa for days nonstop without hearing anything back? Is there noise that will help? (I am listening to red noise while I write this) Is reading to your tulpa as good as normal talking? Does only thinking about your tulpa count as forcing? How come my tulpa is better at possessing than speaking? Are tulpas known to do things while their host sleeps and not even talk to their host? (I apparently walked upstairs and ate part of my dinner at the table with my family one night while I was sleeping. I don't remember it.) Also, I seem to hear more "alien" voices when I'm falling asleep. I ask if it was Ray, and I usually don't get an answer.
  13. So, sometimes my tups say something, for example, Chi says "I'm angry with you" and then after a short time "I never said something like this." What is that? Someone experience with this?
  14. I know, it's a silly question, but the thing is: i created a second tulpa - a snow Leopard called Lia - yesterday which was able to speak after a short time... I was confused O.o but Chi said, he can feel her presence and "she's here". What do you think?
  15. I'm sure this has been posted before, but I couldn't find anything. What's some good stuff for conversation? And it can be anything, get creative if you want, hell make a whole list, anything is appreciated. Cause a lot of the time I don't know what to talk about and all I say is whats going on or hello or I read what I'm reading to them.
  16. Hello everyone. This should have been posted a long time ago, but I never got around to it. This is about me, and my tulpa, Star. You see, we started our journey around early January, and at first I did a hour everyday of personality work, and passive talking whenever I could. It was good at first, I got a really good real response two weeks in, in which they suggested that I talk to a friend of mine over something troubling me. Another time in which I got a response on their favourite color too(It's purple by the way). However, over time, once I felt satisfied working on personality, I thought I should start working on being able to visualize them well. However, I never found the motivation for it. I did it once or twice, but slowly stopped working on it all together. With that, our passive forcing died out as well..i began only saying hello once or twice a day at all, or maybe saying a couple sentences about my day.I felt like shit for it. I care for Star, I really do. I've been thinking about having a tulpa for months before and I know I'm more then ready, but have to push past the motivation barrier. I've apologized many times, promising that we would push through this gunk eventually. But that isn't even the main problem. This is what the main problem is. Essentially, my mind is overactive. By that, I mean it can do entire sentences on it's own, and has done that my whole life. When I get tired and close my eyes, sometimes I can literally hear in my head multiple people holding on a nonsensical conversation, me controlling none if at all of what they are saying, and just observing it as I drift off. Basically, slowly, my mind fell into a big problem. It began filling in for Star. I began expecting responses, which I know is probably toxic but I did. My mind seeing this, would immediately begin responding. Say I say hello to Star. I consciously realize they should probably say hi back in a millisecond and my mind automatically says hello back, me putting barley no effort in. This was a big reason we began talking less. I'd keep getting all these responses, which I can't really explain but I know it's cause my mind knows I expect responses from it, even though I don't want it to happen, and in a snap gives me a generic response. There were even times I can feel Star is getting exasperated by a gut feeling in my stomach because even if they truly wanted too they couldn't get a word in cause my dumbass conscious is screaming a response everytime I open my mouth. Or the times my mind and tulpa would respond, and literally at the same time I get two answers! I seriously can't explain the phenomena and it's really irritating I can't put it in words. In the shortest, most bestest way I can, essentially, even I don't want it too, and I'm trying to get it to stop, my mind is saying stuff for star cause I want star too and yet not want it too(my mind). Does any of this make sense? Also, another problem is that my mind sometimes makes Star seem like they are saying some nasty stuff and I'm worried cause maybe they will start acting like that once they do become sentient. Stuff like "Oh shut up." "Your disgusting." Just generally really mean and sometimes even violent sentences and I know it's only because I have a overactive mind. Any ways to make sure they don't take this on? Finally, any motivation ideas? Cause my motivation is horrible, but I need to do this. For Star, and for us. It's set in my mind, I know I'm ready and that I want this, I just need more drive. (Sorry this was so long by the way) Thank you so much!!!!
  17. I'm pretty new to the idea of Tulpae and Tulpa creation. I read several guides, and saw a simple how-to video, and am just starting out. But I was just wondering: could listening to Diana Deutsch's "Phantom Words" Auditory illusions assist you and your Tulpa with vocalization? Has anyone ever tried it? Because I think I've read a thread about listening to white noise, and music, and things like that helping with it, so would that also include the Phantom Words Illusions? I am looking forward to your responses!
  18. Hey, guys. Sooo, yeah, this is obviously just a little "trick", not even really that. But it's really helpful. This is obviously just useful for communicating with your tupper in actual words, not ideas or feelings or so. Basically - when you think, even though there's nothing to hear with your actual ears, you still sort of "hear" your thoughts, so to speak. Basic stuff, everyone knows that. And you can make it seem to yourself as if you hear your thoughts "off-center". Hard to describe, but just try and think some random sentences to yourself and try to make your mindvoice "move around" in your head. From what I've seen on the forums, in most cases, this (outside tulpamancy and things like it very pointless) phenomenon seems to be what people refer to when they describe "where" their tulpa's mindvoice comes from. If you have no idea what I'm talking about... ... well, for example, try imagining the sounds of multiple explosions all around you. It's just thoughts, but it still seems as if the imagined sounds come from different directions around you, right? That's the thing I'm referring to here; you can do the exact same thing with your verbal thoughts too, of course. So if you have trouble hearing your tulpa, then just think "somewhere else" in your headspace than your tulpa. In our case: Esterina's mindvoice is in the back, so I just have mine be in the front. Makes it easier to avoid confusing something she said to me with me just having a random thought, and also helps in avoiding drowning each other out in a conversation. That's all, really. Greets, AG
  19. I have what I think is a very rare narration problem: I don't normally have a single thread of thought; I've pretty much always thought with a few (usually two to three) of myself talking to each's other(s), rather than having a single mindvoice (voice as in speaker, rather than tone of speech), and I'm having great trouble attempting to narrate because I can't seem to get my own voice(s) out of my head; when I puppet, I can't seem to keep the voices confined to their corresponding personalities; often I'll start her response in my voice and shift/correct it halfway through, and often the reverse. I also have the issue that I can quietly "hear" thoughts coming from "the void", and I can hear in my own voice regardless of who's supposed to be speaking, which makes things even worse. However, I would still like to have (in the same way that one "has" a sister) a tulpa distinguishable from myself to join my thoughts, which brings us to the subject. EDIT: fixing the base problem would be preferable, though I'd rather not risk screwing up my entire style of thought
  20. Schlondark on Narration Or “How do I keep talking?” The advice given in the two most widely-used guides of tulpa.info are as follows: Irish_: In my wonderland, with my idea in mind, I made the idea of the tulpa into just a blue cloud and basically started narrating to it. I just kept talking to it and talking to it telling it anything I could. I told it about my day, stories, ideas. Faq_man: Okay, anyway go about your life. Talk to your tulpa while you're going about your business; say anything really. Some people begin narration right off, and that's fine. I wouldn't personally start until you're done with at least half of the creation steps. A common mistake made here is the parroting of responses. If you're telling your tulpa about how pretty your new shoes are, don't make them say anything back. You know you are done with this step when your tulpa says something back on its own. You'll know, because it will be completely alien. Gat-edit note: Parroting can be a legitimate tool for developing a tulpa, but will not be dealt with in this writing outside of this quote. The confusion around the issue of narration seems to stem from two separate issues: 1. What narration is. a. Narration is talking to your tulpa as if it is another sentient mind that resides within your own. 2. How to sustain narration (How do I keep talking? I keep forgetting.) a. This appears to be the main issue with narration that troubles members of our community; which I’m going to try to help alleviate. Narration is believed to be critical in the development of a tulpa’s consciousness or speaking ability; as well as adding to the ‘your mind makes it real’ factor. These will both obviously come more easily if narration is kept on as constantly as possible. Side Note: Don’t be afraid to ramble on you your tulpa about inane or trivial things; quantity seems to be more important than quality. The primary method of reminding oneself to narrate is to draw something on one’s palm or to place something on one finger and to remember to narrate each and every time you see it until it becomes second nature or the tulpa speaks to you. The method that I used to narrate might not be useful to everyone; but here it is: Upon seeing the part of the guide that called for constant narration, I groaned to myself but decided to soldier on. After a quick bout with my inherent procrastination, I decided that this was not something that I was going to skimp on. After a few false starts, I finally got it correct by narrating everything possible whenever possible. I have retroactively named this process “Total conversion” meaning that I accepted it as a part of the tulpaforcing process and integrated it into my lifestyle. For those who are groaning like I was at the beginning – It really isn’t that bad. Just accept it as your duty for your tulpa friend that you are creating and do it with pride. It might indeed be beneficial to talk out loud to your tulpa, but I did not feel the need to do so. If you are able to; I would recommend it as it is harder to confuse your parroted reply to a question with your tulpa’s. For those not interested in my strategy or still unsure of what to do, I have a few more suggestions/thoughts that may be more appealing: 1. Force your tulpa a device that can relay narration to it such as a laptop, television, HUD, or other electronic device that would be able to do so. This would be beneficial to those who feel that they must keep their tulpa’s presence in focus at all times feel more secure in knowing that the tulpa will hear them even if their concentration lapses. (If you already have something like this that you use for sense-sharing; I would recommend modifying it for this purpose.) 2. For those who do not have a strong inner voice: read a book aloud or silently to them. It will be something that the tulpa will enjoy and something that will let you narrate to them with relative ease. 3. Don’t worry about feeling your tulpa’s presence during narration, they will hear you. 4. If the methods above still have not helped you, consider sending them external stimuli as narration. For example: If the words in a song you are listening to remind you of your tulpa in some way; sending it to them as it is as a special instance of sense-sharing. (This is particularly helpful in environments in which it is hard to narrate normally, such as the IRC.) The same could also be done for pictures or any other sensation or experience on another sense. Parting thoughts: Narration may seem like an insurmountable obstacle, but it is an intrinsic part of creating a tulpa. Even though it may take a while, the reward is well worth the effort. If you approach it as something that you need and want to do in order to create your tulpa or to help it become vocal.
  21. Basically, in order to direct narration to your tulpa, is it enough to think/say him/her name before I start narrating? Or do i have to visualize her form in my mind while talking or something like that? Thank you!!
  22. So, as some may know, I've been working on my tulpa a lot as of late. Unfortunately, though, thinks have been busy and I haven't natrated/visualized my tulpa in a week or so. Do I need to restart or can I just continue where I was?
  23. 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 :)
  24. Hey everyone, I've searched for an answer to my question but haven't seemed to have found it. Georgia isn't vocal yet but she is trying to communicate with me. For the first time today she let out a high pitched squeal (which I heard), trying to get my attention. I can ask her to make noise but it appears to be at a frequency that I can not hear. the strange part is that my ears hurt when she tries to talk to me, the same hurting from hearing a sharp high pitched noise. Has this occurred for anybody else? Can anybody offer us a way to alter the frequency to one that suits the both of us? Jish
  25. I was wondering if narration could be done through videos or an audio book. I thought that it could be easier and more efficient than standard narration. I am still working on my first tulpa so I wanted to know if this is a legitimate method or not. I'd like to think that it's working due to the head pressure I've been feeling, but that could also be due to the extensive amount of tulpa forcing I have done over the last three days. I would greatly appreciate any information on this subject. Thank you for reading.