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[Forcing] Ideas for looking after multiple tulpa
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As far as I'm concerned this is completely redundant but so be it. I'd really hope that most people would find the idea of either paying attention to multiple tulpas at once, or scheduling forcing sessions, obvious and intuitive. Still, for the sake of those who don't here, and I'm sure there are some, I'll approve for Tips.

P.S. Dog if you want to join the GAT then nominate yourself because we have like five people right now.
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#12
Approved for Tips and Tricks.

Some spelling/grammar issues remain, such as those pointed out by Sands (like "my self").

The 'guide' itself is quite redundant and boils down to just paying attention to your tulpas and spending time with them, which is a fine tip, but also something anyone with a tulpa should already know.

The real challenge of dealing with multiple tulpas isn't really touched as it's something that's difficult to explain in any guide - being able to sense that many thought streams, varying emotions and the dynamics between them can be a bit overwhelming, and the only way of learning to get used to it is to just do it more.
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