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[Forcing] "Ravagestar's Sphere" How to drive off intrusive thoughts.
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(07-01-2013, 06:38 PM)Ravagestar Wrote: Okay, that last part made my day. No offense.

None taken, tis simply the world we live in. =]
"Do I fear death? Absolutely, only because it's disappointing. Life is so amazing to witness and be a part of. If I could live until the stars die and the universe goes cold, I would do it just because I want to know how the story unfolds and if it actually ends at all or we keep finding a way."
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#12
Wow. Cockroaches, Gandalf, and a giant black sphere. Best guide ever. Just what my mind can actually handle
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This is actually THE most helpful concentration guide ever.... of all time. or atleast for me it is, really though, none of the other guides even come close to this one. I started tulpaforcing back in May, but after about two weeks I kinda' went on hiatus because I couldn't focus. Intrusive thoughts are annoying as fuck. I'll make sure to try this tonight and see how it goes.
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Stay focused guys, we don't want to derail the thread just yet.
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#14
I feel this is less of a guide, and more of a quick, general tip. The majority of the length of this post was drawn out by attempts at humor, and other relatively unnecessary information. If you were to trim the fat, you may well be left with 3-4 sentences.
I feel, for this to make it to the "guides" section, it would have to be fleshed out quite a bit--with more than just one quick symbolism tip.
"If this can be avoided, it should. If it can't, then it would be better if it could be. If it happened and you're thinking back to it, try and think back further. Try not to avoid it with your mind. If any of this is possible, it may be helpful. If not, it won't be."
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#15
There’s all sorts of intentions for comical value, a few words like “crap” and other random ramblings makes me wonder if OP really has intrusive thought damage control established to give advice on.

If the Gandalf breathing over your shoulder symbolism was stripped out, it would be shorter. This is all implications that isn’t really something pragmatic for practice, and is more of scare if anything.

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#16
This is all just symbolism. While symbolism does work, it's super subjective and this guide just says well you gotta believe in it to work! Well duh. But if people feel what they're doing is stupid and they just have to ~~believe~~, they're not going to be seeing that many results. The symbolism they use has to be something they know will work for them, what makes sense for them. Don't be afraid to listen to yourself, if you get an idea then try it. Someone else's idea doesn't always work.

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#17
This is written more than a bit oddly. I'd approve it for Tips if all the junk was taken out, but the OP doesn't seem to be around so that's a probably-permanent disapproval from me.
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#18
Disapproved for guide section in its current state, blank vote for Tips section, may change the vote to approved, if the author edits it, however the author hasn't been online for about 4 months.

The general idea behind this guide is sound, but the symbolism presented is too personal and overcomplicated.
Yes, it's perfectly possible to make yourself believe that you have no control over some part of your imagination through autosuggestion, it's also possible to improve one's focus, visualization quality and plenty of other things, however this is a skill each person must learn on their own and using other people's symbolism may or may not give the desired results.
This is more of an example of what worked for this one person, but the reader needs to find something that will work for them - they'll need to work out how their mind and imagination works in practice and use that to achieve the results they want.
If the author tries make it more clear that this is merely one example of what worked for him, and he'd attempt to guide the reader through finding their own way, I would approve of it even as a guide.
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#19
4/11 GAT members have disapproved of this guide submission. Unless the remaining 7 GAT members approve of it before the deadline (12-30-2013) for Tips & Tricks, Guide Submissions, or even Resources, it will be shifted to GD or wherever the majority vote sees is suitable.
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#20
Disapproved for guides to to general length / lack of information present, approved for tips and tricks.
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