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[General] So it's looking pretty bleak
#1
Hey y'all.

I've been doing this for a while now. Originally I active forced quite often, but now I tend to fall asleep doing it so I do a sort of half-passive, half-active force when I walk the dogs for example.

So yeah, what progress has been made?
Not much.

I've always been an imaginative bloke, so making a wonderland was but a moment's work. No trouble visualising her (I called her Laura) whatsoever.

Passive forced quite often, at least half an hour of constant mental blabbering a day. (Not to mention life has been pretty busy as of recently.)

Had the head-pressure yes/no communication system going, but sort of lost hope in it when I decided to test whether it was me doing it by inverting the way yes/no is answered.

In the wonderland I don't really see many signs of sentience there.

Should I just start over or something?
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#2
How long is a while?
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#3
There's no reason to start over. Think of it this way: progress has been made, whether there are signs of it or not. Starting over would erase all of that, and you'd have to go through all that time again just to get to the point where you are now. Besides, from looking at your post history, it appears you've only been forcing for a few weeks, and it isn't uncommon to not have established communication by then. My advice would be to simply continue forcing, and try active forcing as much as you used to.
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That's not very much narrating / passive forcing. Narrating is something you can do all day in your head, just a little here, a little there, as you go about your day. It doesn't really matter what you talk about as long as you keep talking. It seems like the more you do it the more your mind gets used to the idea that there's sometime else inside your head that you are talking to.
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(08-14-2014, 01:08 PM)SakuraSky Wrote: That's not very much narrating / passive forcing. Narrating is something you can do all day in your head, just a little here, a little there, as you go about your day. It doesn't really matter what you talk about as long as you keep talking. It seems like the more you do it the more your mind gets used to the idea that there's sometime else inside your head that you are talking to.

Y'know, now that I look at it, I guess I've been pretty lazy about it. I did LOTS back when I started (about 4/5 weeks ago) but motivation just dropped off I s'pose.

Time to up the ante I guess! Big Grin
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