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(04-05-2017, 05:12 PM)N8_the_Templar Wrote: From my understanding, there was a study done on people with autism who have tulpas and it was found that the tulpa would not be effected bhuddist the autism.

Where can I find this study?

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https://www.academia.edu/13063918/Variet...nomenality

https://www.academia.edu/29921901/Tulpam...Human_Mind
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"54.5% of the respondents identified with Asperger’s or autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) (n = 11) claimed that their ability to read physical humans had improved with tulpamancy"
--varieties

"Mixed tulpa responses on ASD-type conditions, however, indicated that most, but not all, tulpas shared some aspects of their hosts’ autism, but were generally able to benefit from their position of “observer” free of “participant” obligation"
--varieties

"Similarly, most respondents reported that their tulpas had a significant (34%) or somewhat (44%) positive impact on their disorder(s) and/or ability to cope with them, with the remainder selecting “neutral or no impact.” The majority of tulpas were noted to be independent and unaffected by their host’s condition to some degree. 37% report significant independence, 48% report some independence, and 15% report no independence."
--Transcending

Autism was not analysed in isolation in the second study.

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Ya. Just read that. Up tI'll now I've only heard about it thru second handay and partial quoteso and is why I was going for a genetic approach.
I was thinking along the lines of trying to make a tie bewteen the finding that ones emotional environment can turn on and off various genomes, biokinesis (this one is deffinitly a pseudo science) and try to make up for lack of understanding with hope someone would be able to share their thoughts. I have not been disappointed. Lol
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Never heard of genetics being controlled by one's emotional environment.

The closest I've heard is one's epigenetics being modified by one's eating habits. Which was proven in a study. Epigenetics are what controls gene expression.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epigenetics

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https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3408019/
http://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/don-t-...ppy-247644
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4374902/

Ifor you want I can try looking further but I'll leave these here for now because there is to much that needs filtering when searching the Internet.
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That was the study that I thought that you were referring to. A close examination reveals that it does not make a claim that is compatible with that which is sometimes claimed for it, especially if you read the context for the quote mined bits.

An interesting idea about emotional state of being affecting gene expression, with the idea that you have connected concerning the effect that a tulpa has on the host's emotional state of being. That might be interesting to think about, assuming that the research holds up under closer examination.

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I looked at both of those studies, (not the news article) and I didn't see either of them to be studying epigenetics. One studied genetics of emotion, and the other found a correlation between a gene expression and mental wellbeing.

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Thanks for the update, I did not have a chance to read them yet, I was going to get around to it today.

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