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[Imposition] JD's Guide to Visual Imposition (image heavy)
I approve this one for mostly the same reasons as the visualization guide by JD. Use of images for something that's based on your sight? Good idea. Otherwise I do just like the way it's built and such, and as sight is one of the harder sense for many to actually impose, a guide on nothing but visual imposition is a pretty good thing.

Also you should still totally thank me for having this guide around because I pestered JD to write one. Where is my recognition sob.
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The introduction to sight is unecessary, and feels at odds with the rest of the gist of the guide.
(although take note, you cannot use these to improve your visualization ability alone.) This line makes no sense
The explanation given for the images seem more likely to help someone who's semi-imposed tulpa appears unnatural,
and not to someone without that skill, as I would imagine a guide like this would be targeted towards.
3 Approvals
1 Disapproval
Yeah, I approve for Guides.
Approved for guides.

Working on shadows and coloring was fun. Maybe a little more shadow work is all I need to hallucinate.
5 approvals
1 disapproval

One more vote needed guys, we can do this!!
Excellent guide. Approved for guides of course.
"Assert the supremacy of your Imaginal acts over facts and put all things in subjection to them... Nothing can take it from but your failure to persist in imagining the ideal realized."

-Neville Goddard
6/9, we beat the deadline.
I don't see any images. Is it because I'm using a iPad?
Might be that, or you can't load from the image host, or something. Try this link to the first image:

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