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July 12th, 2013:
September 21st, 2013:
- Revised some paragraphs
- Added "Why Not to Create a tulpa"
- Added "Emotional Responses"
- Added "Head Pressure"
- Added "Creating a Tulpa of an Existing Character, or person"
- Added "Switching"
- Added "Forcing Should not be a chore"
July 27th, 2013:
July 29th, 2013:
September 8th, 2013:
- Corrected grammar errors
- Revised some sections
- Added "Your Tulpa Should be a Tulpa First, and a Form Second"
November 20th, 2013
August 12th, 2013:
August 18th, 2013:
September 12th, 2013:
December 19th, 2013
- Updated (see notes in "French Version:")
- Changed link
dragonclaw has kindly taken much time to translate this entire guide into French. Currently, this version contains all sections that can be found in the original English version, but lacks the revisions done to other sections in the past.
This version, translated by the user "dreamy" (you'll always be noobdreamer to me) should currently be up-to-date, besides the most recent English update.
This version of the guide was recently translated by the user Leopold, of his own accord. Much thanks to him for the hard work.
For all the non-English versions of the guide, note the date of creation in comparison to the latest update of the English version. I will not tell you every time one of the versions is not completely up to date. You can figure that out yourself. If it was not up-to-date when it was posted, I will let you know as I did the French version.
For those of you who want to translate this guide:
At least not yet. I should have made serious note of this earlier, but I intend to do some major revisions to this guide, such that any translation done now would be severely outdated by the time I'm finished.
On top of that, there is also a possibility that this guide may be taken down altogether.
As always, let me know what you think, and if there are any sections you'd like to see added.
It's worth noting that I still plan to reword/revise some of the paragraphs. I feel like I didn't get my point across as eloquently as possible. But until then, make do with my rough-draft wording.