[Imposition] A Starting Imposition Guide
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While visualizing the mailbox do it open or closed eye?

Also, how to impose upon other senses?
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(02-02-2013, 09:10 AM)Viceroy Wrote: While visualizing the mailbox do it open or closed eye?

Also, how to impose upon other senses?

I believe it's supposed to be open-eye visualization.
"Otherwise it wouldn't be called imposition. :P"

I am also interested in your second question, but that is not what this guide entails, so I wouldn't keep your hopes up.
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#13
>When your tulpa uses spatial visualization to overlay themselves over your physical vision, you'll be able to see them. Not with your eyes, but with your mind. And that's imposition.

Are you implying that imposition isn't about physically seeing a tulpa, but using your mind's eye?
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(02-19-2013, 03:10 AM)Couguhl Wrote: >When your tulpa uses spatial visualization to overlay themselves over your physical vision, you'll be able to see them. Not with your eyes, but with your mind. And that's imposition.

Are you implying that imposition isn't about physically seeing a tulpa, but using your mind's eye?

That's what imposition is. You can't physically see something that isn't physically there, obviously.
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After a months worth of imposition sessions and no luck this seems like a light in the dark to us. Crossed fingers. [I'm fingerless!] That's nice, Pruria, everyone's intrigued, please go on. [No ;_;]
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(02-19-2013, 08:44 AM)Avalanche Wrote: That's what imposition is. You can't physically see something that isn't physically there, obviously.

Well yes, but I thought that was why people make tulpas in the first place - in order to create a hallucination that can be sensed and not simply imagined. Perhaps I am using a different term or something.

I've heard a lot of feedback from many people like Q2 saying that their tulpae are as realistic-looking as someone standing in the room.
Are you stating that this is impossible?

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Couguhl, I can confirm that it's quite possible, at least visually. I don't have anyone imposed yet, but I have had a few very brief flashes of seeing my first tulpa, and she appeared very realistic and sometimes fully solid.

I think Avalanche is being pedantic and saying the cells in your retinas will never be stimulated by photons that bounced off your tulpa. Whereas by "physically see" we usually mean "hallucinate well enough they're indistinguishable from physical objects".
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(02-20-2013, 06:20 AM)Chupi Wrote: I think Avalanche is being pedantic and saying the cells in your retinas will never be stimulated by photons that bounced off your tulpa. Whereas by "physically see" we usually mean "hallucinate well enough they're indistinguishable from physical objects".

I'm so pedantic you guys
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(02-20-2013, 06:20 AM)Chupi Wrote: Couguhl, I can confirm that it's quite possible, at least visually. I don't have anyone imposed yet, but I have had a few very brief flashes of seeing my first tulpa, and she appeared very realistic and sometimes fully solid.

I think Avalanche is being pedantic and saying the cells in your retinas will never be stimulated by photons that bounced off your tulpa. Whereas by "physically see" we usually mean "hallucinate well enough they're indistinguishable from physical objects".

Oh, excellent. Avalanche scared me for a second. Imposition was one of the main reasons I originally wanted to make a tulpa.

But if he would really like to be pedantic, he could say that physical objects in general aren't reliable because all of your optical data is experienced once it has been processed by your brain, so you have no sensory proof that the physical world even exists (ie your eyes don't 'see').
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yeah but

i can see with my eyes?
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