Anyone with Schizophrenia create a Tulpa?
#1
I'm curious about people with Schizophrenia creating Tulpas.. I'm interested in their success or failure and exactly what kind of traits did you give your Tulpa?

For example I created a Tulpa that I made certain had the traits of Compassion and caring attributtes. I got scared of her for some personal reasons and she picked up on that so she decided to leave me (Her compassion side) because I was scared of her. 

I'm wondering if people Shizophrenia may have created a Tulpa without compassion and caring attributtes and made a tulpa that went wrong. 

This is research for my book.
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#2
I don't think any of the frequent or regular users has schizophrenia. However, some of the casual users who come along do show signs of the condition. Most of these do not stick around long. At least not long enough for us to witness anything going wrong.
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#3
I've heard of people with schizophrenia who have made a tulpa and the Tulpa had the ability to tell the difference between the real and the hallucinations and even banish hallucinations.

However I don't know who the user was as it's anonymous poll data.

As long as the host trusts the Tulpa then they should be able to have as much success as anyone else.
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#4
i've got schizophrenia. and currently 7(?) tulpas. i'm not sure on the number because it got hella complicated overnight.

i would say my tulpa are an overwhelming success. they've literally saved my life, even when i was in denial of them because of my parents.

and i created three of them with writing. one is a hunter of sorts, another a kitsune. and they had a half kitsune daughter. in the stories they were good people. they would rather help others than not.

they can spot hallucinations far better than i can, and they've been describing their view of them so i can get a handle on the mechanics. and we're hoping it might lead to me being able to create far stronger impositions on my senses.

but they refuse to turn against me, even after all we've been through. because they know what was going on and the still love me in their way.

hello tulpa001

vampire.

this is so true. it's because they are made with the same processes that can also be used for creating hallucinations. and seeing as they use hallucinations to create other effects in the body, i'd say they proved they're more proficient with them.

but sadly, i am not the poll taker you are looking for.
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(03-23-2017, 07:57 PM)revsophie Wrote: i've got schizophrenia.  and currently 7(?) tulpas. i'm not sure on the number because it got hella complicated overnight.

i would say my tulpa are an overwhelming success. they've literally saved my life, even when i was in denial of them because of my parents.

and i created three of them with writing. one is a hunter of sorts, another a kitsune. and they had a half kitsune daughter. in the stories they were good people. they would rather help others than not.

they can spot hallucinations far better than i can, and they've been describing their view of them so i can get a handle on the mechanics. and we're hoping it might lead to me being able to create far stronger impositions on my senses.

but they refuse to turn against me, even after all we've been through. because they know what was going on and the still love me in their way.

hello tulpa001

vampire.

this is so true. it's because they are made with the same processes that can also be used for creating hallucinations. and seeing as they use hallucinations to create other effects in the body, i'd say they proved they're more proficient with them.

but sadly, i am not the poll taker you are looking for.

GREAT! This is what I wanted to hear.
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#6
there have been a few people with really serious issues that tried to make tulpas and it didn't go very well. One person's tulpas "turned on them" because they couldn't control/differentiate their imagination from reality, and another person's tulpa was "kidnapped" by other entities in their head. And one other person just ????? told stories of crazy stuff like it was real and no one ever replied to them.

I guess it depends on the person...
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Tirisilex
Was there anything you might want clarified?

Lucilyn
The sad part is, those poor tulpas had to be brought into that and the hosts were just to unstable to handle anything, let alone a tulpa. Luckily, tulpas aren't often created in that harsh an environment
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#8
I've met at least one host with diagnosed schizophrenia. Things went relatively smoothly, and said host was able to receive her tulpa's "help"...as in, better cope with the disease itself after the tulpa acclimated.

If you are indeed furthering your own research, I enjoin you to study how beneficial the tulpa concept can be - while tulpas are not tools or mechanisms to treat what ails our minds, their being denizens of mental space can bring such good relief upon the hurting, myself included.

Granted, the above is not totally universal. Human error and prejudice upon the host's part can be devastating, as with all things...
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(03-24-2017, 03:47 AM)KarlYoshimura Wrote: I've met at least one host with diagnosed schizophrenia. Things went relatively smoothly, and said host was able to receive her tulpa's "help"...as in, better cope with the disease itself after the tulpa acclimated.

If you are indeed furthering your own research, I enjoin you to study how beneficial the tulpa concept can be - while tulpas are not tools or mechanisms to treat what ails our minds, their being denizens of mental space can bring such good relief upon the hurting, myself included.

Granted, the above is not totally universal. Human error and prejudice upon the host's part can be devastating, as with all things...

I'm writing a book on how to deal with schizophrenia and I'm going to have a chapter on Tulpas and how they can benefit one with schizophrenia.
Don't believe the things I say just because I tell you.. Test these things and prove them to yourselves so that you know them to be true. ~The Buddha
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Best wishes upon your endeavour. If you require any further assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out to us here or in private.
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And I thought I'd seen it all
But my own two eyes would prove me wrong that day.

There are things that I've done
Only seen by the sun
And those things will be buried in my grave.

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