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Dismissal or dissolution of a tulpa
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In beginning my investigation, I keep seeing warnings of lifelong commitment and responsibility. But if a tulpa is created in our minds, why couldn't we dissolve them as well?

The general message in starter guides is that you cannot undo the creation of a tulpa, but this seems counterintuitive to me. If humans have the power to create something, do we not also have the power to uncreate it?

While I imagine it would take just as much work to reprogram ones mind as it does to program it initially, I have a hard time believing it is impossible.

Anyone have thoughts on this? I'm mostly trying to understand the mechanics behind tulpa existence, not the morality of destroying a sentient creation.
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Dismissal or dissolution of a tulpa - by Longthyme - 05-30-2014, 08:10 PM

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