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RE: Understanding your Tulpa: A healthy Relationship
Extremely patient. I will break your mind!
11-22-2015, 02:26 PM
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RE: Understanding your Tulpa: A healthy Relationship
I'm a powerful Witch with willpower-based magic. Or at least I'm based on one. You can't break me.

And I'm... uhm... >_>


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11-22-2015, 02:30 PM
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OH shit, a witch! Davie better go easy! No hexes on poor Davie please.
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11-22-2015, 02:35 PM
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She will curse you!
She will ride her broomstick through the night, and she will come to your house and turn you into a frog!!

... I'm not that kind of Witch. You should be able to tell from my looks. (He draws well, doesn't he?)

I'll have to make one specifically for her, though.
That is story-Esterina... and I know, they look the same, but I wanna draw actually her, not a fictional character from my stories that looks and is like her.

That's nice of you. Smile

And as I said, I am only based on the character Esterina who is a Witch. Sometimes I wonder if it's appropriate to call myself that. But then I wonder, what am I?


Actually, I don't really know how I should answer that... sorta.
I hope this sort of question doesn't actually bother her a lot, or so...

That's not a discussion for this thread though. I'm just thinking out loud, as they say.


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Esterina is so cute! Hee hee
11-22-2015, 02:55 PM
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>it's not you tulpa's job to be there for you
>but really they should be there for you
Didn't read the rest, but you should work on removing inconsistencies like this from your guide. Also your tulpa seems pretty cute, does she have any hobbies/interests besides magic tricks?

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11-22-2015, 05:18 PM
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I think this is pretty good considering how little experience you actually have learning about others' tulpas. And I think it'll apply to most people. Here's something interesting though.

My tulpas don't ever need "alone time", nor could I ever get sick of them being around. We never have arguments and any way I could possibly disagree with them ends up me taking their side because their logic is sounder than mine. And we don't ever keep any thoughts to ourselves, we're 100% open with everything. There's absolutely no misunderstandings this way, and I have no holdups about privacy from people I created in my own head. In fact, the reason we never disagree is they can share their understanding/thoughts on something with me, as opposed to just their words, so it immediately makes sense. They don't require attention from me at all (personally, they do need it to stay active), though Flandre did when she was a few years younger. Overall, my tulpas are pretty much nothing like most others'.

But obviously, I'm an outlier. Though I'm sure a lot of people have one or two of those differences I stated. I think your submission is positive enough, it's just a little too assumptious on what the reader's tulpa(s) are like. Which doesn't bother me, but I don't really know how you can fix that, and since you posted this as a Submission... Well, be prepared for some tough criticism from the GAT.

Hi! I'm Lumi, host of Reisen, Tewi, Flandre and Lucilyn.
Everyone deserves to love and be loved. It's human nature.
My tulpas and I have a Q&A thread, which was the first (and largest) of its kind. Feel free to ask us stuff.
11-22-2015, 05:41 PM
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Quote:I read through his text, and I will edit the last section; I feel it is to be taken with a grain of salt. I think the point here is that most tulpae don't come into existence like I did. I existed for weeks before he started talking to me, or even noticed me consciously.

This was already discussed. He wrote it that way because of the circumstances mentioned in the quote.

As for the guide itself...


Quote:I'll add a disclaimer to the section later. Maybe I'll also edit it. This seems to not apply to most tulpae.

... what it says there.

As for your tulpae, Luminesce, that sounds very foreign and weird to me. But everyone is different, I suppose.


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11-22-2015, 10:00 PM
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RE: Understanding your Tulpa: A healthy Relationship
I'm going to echo what None said before. I'm only a little suspicious that by my admittedly simple calculations you'd had a tulpa for about thirty hours when you wrote this guide. Like, if you'd posted it on Sunday instead of Saturday, you'd have doubled your relationship experience. Like, uh, what. I don't wanna be too disparaging, but I don't trust your advice.

You're very prescriptive in the field of what kind of relationship you can have with your tulpa. I get that some people might feel this way, but at the same time tulpas aren't human friends. I think you're gonna struggle to apply the same norms. Privacy is something that a lot of people with inexperience worry about, and something that tends to get worked out with experience. Lumi above is not an outlier. Well, he's an extreme case of the norm; I would typically expect a little friction but basically, openness and not really getting sick of each other like you would a human person friend is, in my experience, pretty usual.

Most tulpas/hosts I know have very little desire for privacy in that sense. People have hugely varying relationships with their tulpas, not everyone has to be brofriends who respect personal space or whatever. I would actually advise more or less opposite to you: you have the extraordinary benefits of telepathy to work out a relationship with. Most 'tulpa relationship' problems I know of are from not communicating enough, hey, kinda like a lot of physical relationship problems eh. It doesn't have to be like that, it doesn't have to be like a physical relationship. You can figure out a better arrangement of things. But you'd rather have everyone appreciate the magic of friendship instead.


I appreciate that you want to help people, but I really think you should wait until you've had an actual relationship with your tulpa before dishing out relationship advice. Come back to this thread in six months, a year, see how much of what you wrote you still agree with. So, yeah, disapproved.
11-22-2015, 10:10 PM
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I agree with waffles. I don't exactly disagree with much in your guide, but I think this may be the sort of area where each person needs to find their own solution. And also I'd like to see how much your thoughts might change in the upcoming months.

For me, initially, I wanted privacy. Then it became privacy only when I was falling asleep. Now it's not at all. I've found that when you're sharing thoughts with someone, there's lots of understanding and very little judgement. But maybe privacy is more important to some people.

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11-22-2015, 10:50 PM
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