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[Misc] i've been wondering about this for a while
#1
Since i am watching the home by myself (and the dogs) i've notice that lucky will occasionally manifest near me or sometimes right in front of me she's adopted more of a i hesitate to say a amorphic form such as a slime or a rubber blob squirrel or cat shape shifter, i usually see her attempt to play with the dogs but they hardly are aware of her. they also seem to sense something but are unaware of what it is. (maybe i made a sentient entity?) i don't really know what to tell lucky but she asks me " why are the puppies scared?" they seem kinda weird-ed out by something.. could it be a group hallusination or something? and i've also have lucky's guardian .. i dont think it was lucky's guardian weirding out the dogs but.. could it? i sensed "luna"s presence and it's pretty strong.
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#2
No one, and nothing in the world can sense, or experience your tulpas directly, except for you.
Your dogs were not sensing your tulpas.
"If this can be avoided, it should. If it can't, then it would be better if it could be. If it happened and you're thinking back to it, try and think back further. Try not to avoid it with your mind. If any of this is possible, it may be helpful. If not, it won't be."
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#3
My tulpas have tried interacting with my dogs before, and were completely ignored. Your tulpa can only be seen by you, as it's in your mind, not the dog's. More likely, I think, is that you're looking at the tulpa doing that and the dog looks that way too because you looked. Granted, that's speculation on my part, I could be wrong, but it seems likely.
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#4
Hmmmm ... I'm not so sure. My pets used to start acting weird when I was around them on a hallucinogen. I've seen my old cat look at objects that weren't there and my dog has sat in a corner and whined. And when I'm back to normal, they'd be back to normal, although my dog seemed cautiously optimistic or relieved. Could be different with tulpas, and, in the case of my dog, it could be that a hallucinogen made me smell really weird or something. And that cat was a Himalayan, so in my book was completely prone to being crazy.
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#5
It's easy to make an imaginary objective perspective on this matter, and presume with absolute assurance that no other entity can sense thought-forms, or whatever poltergeist and metaphysical implication behind that. But it's really just us conflating our subjective interpretations, and presuming it's good enough because the chances of something like this being introduced in a double-blind study and experimentation to potentially be validated will be rare, controversial, and just problematic in general.

Maybe certain animals can detect body language, and if someone were to switch with a tulpa with a completely different disposition, dogs could start going apeshit on you. But your guess is as good as mine.
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#6
i am grateful for all the help you lot provided, i've noticed that my dogs where going crazy because of other means.. like they where hearing cars go by and what i thought and what they thought where footsteps of another person.. and they where pissed when they heard the footsteps.. i doubt it was anything metaphysical just something from outside probably, i've yet to see for myself became it was at night and it's scary out here at night!
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#7
Could also be that the dogs are on edge because some of their owners left and haven't returned yet.
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