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[Imposition] Tulpa Imposition Viewpoint
#1
Tulpa sees what you see but If during imposition tulpa is facing you what does it see? Does unconcious mind creates the image? How does it works exactly?
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#2
From my knowledge, the unconscious mind will create the image of what would be expected to be seen should the tulpa look in said direction. For example, if the tulpa were to face you while imposed, they would see you but the image would not be perfectly accurate. Instead, the mind creates a visual for them of what they would generally see should they turn to face you.
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#3
A tulpa, being part of yourself, can only ever access senses that you yourself have, and if the information necessary to make up an imaginary point of view can not be supplied by these, your brain will either make something up that makes sense (e.g. using memories of yourself in your mirror), or potentially nothing at all.
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#4
Unless you've ever taken a look in a true mirror, neither you nor your tulpa know how you really look to other people.
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#5
Basically what Gryphon Flight said.

Also, Ganymede, my bathroom has a mirror, and then two medicine cabinets on both sides with mirrors as covers that you can open, and then a mirror behind me. So I can see myself from the true orientation as well as sides of such.
Anyone with two mirrors can do this, really.
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#6
So can anyone with a webcam (provided you have software that doesn't mirror the view trying to emulate a mirror), or home videos of oneself.
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#7
But the screen gives you no sense of depth.
I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together. <3
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