[Forcing] Overclock Forcing Method
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This is what I do (as I first started doing around April-May last year to solve Ritsu's existential depression about being intangible), imposing the results the majority of the time. Useful for creating bubbles of space for your tulpa to exist in without being smothered by people/objects, letting tulpae interact with stuff, and seeming like a wizard when you selectively create and un-create objects in front of their eyes.
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(01-17-2013, 12:51 AM)JD1215 Wrote: This is what I do (as I first started doing around April-May last year to solve Ritsu's existential depression about being intangible), imposing the results the majority of the time. Useful for creating bubbles of space for your tulpa to exist in without being smothered by people/objects, letting tulpae interact with stuff, and seeming like a wizard when you selectively create and un-create objects in front of their eyes.

Wizard is a good word for it, I've just been playing Dr. Manhattan when we're in the wonderland.
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#13
This sounds somewhat similar to a weird method I use where I eliminate the step of a wonderland, and just imagine I'm seeing Lyra. I'm basically imagining I'm seeing them in real life. I'm not sure of the effectiveness of this or yours, so I'll be sure to check yours out.
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#14
do you think that by practicing this could eventually lead to your tulpa not ever wanting to leave the wonderland? if they prefer being able to interact with things, they may never want to be in the real world and you wouldnt be able to fully impose them.
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(02-12-2013, 11:40 PM)Skier Wrote: do you think that by practicing this could eventually lead to your tulpa not ever wanting to leave the wonderland? if they prefer being able to interact with things, they may never want to be in the real world and you wouldnt be able to fully impose them.

The point is to make a wonderland of the real world, a copy. The next step above that is to impose the tulpa and the wonderland (which shouldn't be hard because it's a copy, you only need to impose differences). So it should never be a problem.
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#16
I've actually been doing something similar to this every time I walk to and from campus, things like changing the color of the sky, seeing a shadow clone me stabbing people with stuff, sometimes hitting them with imaginary electric guitars, conjuring cool weapons and stuff, seeing space debris fall from the sky, zombies, rampaging monsters, flying horses, and other sick stuff you don't usually see. It was already as crazy as hell, and now this?

It's like paranoid schiz with a power switch, active-time conjuring and wizard eyes.

It's awesome.
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#17
W00t. Just what I needed. Good thread.
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#18
I dont really get the point.. Isn't this just the same as plain old imposition just with giving the tupper the ability to create stuff?(Copys of the things they move and stuff)
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(03-14-2013, 04:04 PM)DarkAnima Wrote: I dont really get the point.. Isn't this just the same as plain old imposition just with giving the tupper the ability to create stuff?(Copys of the things they move and stuff)

It's not a means of imposition. No no, we're just now starting to work on that. This is a guide for helping your tulpa interact with the world around you, WHILE you force. It's a mixture of Active and passive forcing while helping with your visualization.
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#20
This seems to help with imposition though, I'll report my results after i tried this.
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