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RE: Methos's Tulpa Creation Guide
Just as an example of how you use the enter key a bit too much, part II, which almost every sentence you then bump it down a line.

http://i.imgur.com/CmuKe.jpg is the part in question, which I took from the raw pastebin data because the font PB uses is fucking illegible.

Also, line 258 is missing a tab.
11-17-2012, 03:02 AM
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(11-17-2012, 03:02 AM)Jimmy Wrote: Just as an example of how you use the enter key a bit too much, part II, which almost every sentence you then bump it down a line.

http://i.imgur.com/CmuKe.jpg is the part in question, which I took from the raw pastebin data because the font PB uses is fucking illegible.

Also, line 258 is missing a tab.


This has been more or less fixed now.

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11-17-2012, 02:12 PM
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I don't get why you guys keep complaining about the spaces, I think they are nice. When I read through a big-ass paragraph, I always lose the line I'm on, but when there's many lines it's easier to keep track of which one you are on.
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Thanks for this guide. It's like a compilation of all other guides that i read until now so it's pretty useful for quick recalling of their most important points.
Yeah, leave spaces alone. They don't interfere with reading.

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(11-17-2012, 05:26 PM)NekoiNemo Wrote: Thanks for this guide. It's like a compilation of all other guides that i read until now so it's pretty useful for quick recalling of their most important points.
Yeah, leave spaces alone. They don't interfere with reading.

My thoughts exactly, I think this guide is great personally and it has been helping me quite a good deal. Thanks for this guide!

EDIT: also, I'm only about a week into visualization, but do you think it would help if I still went through the "greeting stage" even though i'm a good deal past that? If you think it would still help at all I'll be sure to do it.
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(11-17-2012, 05:26 PM)NekoiNemo Wrote: Thanks for this guide. It's like a compilation of all other guides that i read until now so it's pretty useful for quick recalling of their most important points.
Yeah, leave spaces alone. They don't interfere with reading.

Too late.

(11-17-2012, 05:59 PM)The Evil-Doer-ly One Wrote: My thoughts exactly, I think this guide is great personally and it has been helping me quite a good deal. Thanks for this guide!

EDIT: also, I'm only about a week into visualization, but do you think it would help if I still went through the "greeting stage" even though i'm a good deal past that? If you think it would still help at all I'll be sure to do it.

I'm glad you like the guide. And yes, you can still perform the greeting stage at any time you choose to do so. It certainly can't hurt.

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11-24-2012, 02:33 AM
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RE: Methos's Tulpa Creation Guide
What is the purpose of JX copy? (╹◡╹)

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(01-08-2013, 12:40 PM)NekoiNemo Wrote: What is the purpose of JX copy? (╹◡╹)

Long story. Basically it's an inside joke on a Skype group I'm in :P

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RE: Methos's Tulpa Creation Guide
updated with some more imposition techniques gonna be adding some more if i find anything else that i do that actually works

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RE: Methos's Tulpa Creation Guide
A PDF version of this guide has been created thanks to Tobias!

Link: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/3324...%20You.pdf

As always, like any good information I stumble across, it has been uploaded to the public tulpa dropbox!

Here is the guide in wiki form as well (still needs some editing though to make it look nice): http://tulpa.wikia.com/wiki/GGMethos%27s_guide

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