If i have own charcters and rp as them alot is it easier or harder to make tulpas
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forum topic: legit question cause I don't know what effect being a constant roleplayer has on creating a tulpa especially when tulpa sounds to me i'm sorry if i'm offending tulpas when saying this they sound like advanced roleplay connsciousnesses that take on a life of their own at the very least to me.
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Some roleplay characters can indeed take on a life of their own, and indeed some tulpas started out as imaginary friends.

I would think that the main difference between roleplay characters and tulpas is the set of a character backstory. - if you look at the majority of the tulpa creation guides here they often recommend not making a character a tulpa, but basing them on said character is okay.

For roleplay character coming to life, I’d say that’s more of a soulbond/“living character” phenomenon, usually done through writing, either intentionally or unintentionally, where given enough focus the character “comes to life” in their creators head. Cousins of tulpas, really.
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(01-07-2018, 09:26 PM)Mirath Wrote: Some roleplay characters can indeed take on a life of their own, and indeed some tulpas started out as imaginary friends.

I would think that the main difference between roleplay characters and tulpas is the set of a character backstory. - if you look at the majority of the tulpa creation guides here they often recommend not making a character a tulpa, but basing them on said character is okay.

For roleplay character coming to life, I’d say that’s more of a soulbond/“living character” phenomenon, usually done through writing, either intentionally or unintentionally, where given enough focus the character “comes to life” in their creators head. Cousins of tulpas, really.

I see thank you for the information I have spent a hour doing this tulpa phenomenon and I do see some results already so I do think that my roleplay experience helped a lot because it was the same as viewing the scenes I play out in my head.

also is it common for a headache after the first time forcing or is this not a headache at all it just feels like a pressure is on my head
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Roleplaying and experience writing fiction can be helpful, sure. Also, headaches are incredibly common.

I'd like to add that creating a tulpa from a character isn't all that bad, as long as you don't pressure them to fit in that mold and stunt their growth as people. If you're familiar enough with a character you've created, it can certainly make the process a little smoother.
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