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RE: Understanding your Tulpa: A healthy Relationship
That's completely fine! Smile

To me, this was sort of an impulse.
I read these stories about people abandoning or freaking killing their tulpas (Like, really...?), or about abusing them for things like sex or weird, weird fetishes and fanfic.
So I suppose I just sort of had to write something about it.

Goal accomplished, even if it isn't approved. Smile

Hell - asking Esterina, she agrees with you.
She too tells me it's too early for me to be going around and putting my opinions in sections that have "GUIDE" written at the top. >_>
Ahdunno. I guess you two are right ^^


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AG
11-22-2015, 10:52 PM
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RE: Understanding your Tulpa: A healthy Relationship
What I DO admire here though is AGGuy's enthusiasm and interest! I like that he wants to discuss things a lot and dives right in! We need more new members like this and I think it is great. The best thing for someone super new to the forum is to write about the experiences you are having and avoid making blanket statements about all tulpas or giving advice to others for a while.

OMG! Everyone is going to freak out at what I just said, because Mistgod giving this advice is like the pot calling the kettle black multiplied by a thousand. Trust me I know from experience what being too eager to talk about all tulpas too early will bring. Just relax, but keep writing. I really like your personalities so far AGGuy and Rina.
11-22-2015, 10:56 PM
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RE: Understanding your Tulpa: A healthy Relationship
(11-22-2015, 10:56 PM)Mistgod Wrote: What I DO admire here though is AGGuy's enthusiasm and interest! I like that he wants to discuss things a lot and dives right in! We need more new members like this and I think it is great. The best thing for someone super new to the forum is to write about the experiences you are having and avoid making blanket statements about all tulpas or giving advice to others for a while.

OMG! Everyone is going to freak out at what I just said, because Mistgod giving this advice is like the pot calling the kettle black multiplied by a thousand. Trust me I know from experience what being too eager to talk about all tulpas too early will bring. Just relax, but keep writing. I really like your personalities so far AGGuy and Rina.

He even managed to get top poster, so be afraid Mistgod Big Grin


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11-22-2015, 11:04 PM
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RE: Understanding your Tulpa: A healthy Relationship
WHAT?

God damned upstart! LOL
11-22-2015, 11:05 PM
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RE: Understanding your Tulpa: A healthy Relationship
(11-22-2015, 10:10 PM)waffles Wrote: Lumi above is not an outlier. Well, he's an extreme case of the norm; I would typically expect a little friction but

I like how you said I'm not an outlier despite having no friction with my tulpas, lol. Well maybe in the privacy sense I'm not, but in most other ways. I know I haven't had my tulpas for 30+ years like Mistgod, but I still consider myself about the same as him in this way: Everything I know about (my) tulpas I came to my own conclusions on long before knowing anyone else had such things. I'm a pretty introspective and logical person (especially combining the two), so my relationship to my tulpas was quite a project to me over the last five years or so. At this point, I can't even imagine what "friction" would look like. My only remaining problems lie in motivation and things that would improve were I more motivated. The rest.. Well, I consider my beliefs relatively flawless, but I guess everyone does. I suppose there might be things we could do better, but it's awfully hard to tell because I can't make myself do anything in the first place to find out.

Anyways, I actually have no problem with this guide as it feels like every other guide to me. None of them are going to cover all types of tulpas, I figure we just settled for having newbies read a ton of different opinions to reach the "Do what works for you" mindset on their own. And I won't use their lack of experience to judge the guide if I think what I read was solid. That being said, I do think a little (lot) more time will help them smooth it out and encompass more types of people & tulpas. So yeah, continue existing for a while.

(11-22-2015, 11:05 PM)Mistgod Wrote: WHAT?

God damned upstart!

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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, 11:16 PM
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RE: Understanding your Tulpa: A healthy Relationship
Why did I miss this one?

I have to say that I agree with what has been said. You say good things and have a lot of potential for writing neat things, but you pretty much just started this whole tulpa thing! I suggest you keep going for some time and come back, take a look at what you wrote and see if you still agree. Or hey, maybe you come up with something else that's great and helpful.

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12-06-2015, 05:08 PM
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RE: Understanding your Tulpa: A healthy Relationship
Yup.

Rina and I discover more and more from day to day how new this is to both of us.
... to me more so than to her. >_>

You are making good progress. Be proud for once.

Yeees, okay. xP


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12-06-2015, 06:29 PM
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RE: Understanding your Tulpa: A healthy Relationship
Hm, I feel inclined to disagree with a few of these points. Firstly, privacy. NoneFromHell kinda nailed that point earlier, and i'd merely add this, as many a existing idea on the internet, is subjective to host and tulpa. Many tulpamancer and tulpas view their collective counterpart as more than just a "friend" but a lover, or just a better-than-best friend, usually excluding any secrets and telling each other everything.
That aside, I agree wholeheartedly with your other points, especially in how a person should treat as a person. Your ability to comprehend material so quickly is truly a talent, and it is an impressive feat to see you creating guides so early. I cannot wait to see what things you may make in the future!
12-07-2015, 04:29 AM
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RE: Understanding your Tulpa: A healthy Relationship
This is an excellent guide; especially because it's optimistic. I often have to describe tulpas to other people as 'like imaginary friends', so I guess my perception has changed despite that I know they are not this. Inevitably, being reassured that they are not was helpful. Your section about 'personal space' is also very important; often times tulpas seem to 'leave' and the host usually worries, even though the tulpa just may want some alone time. Anyway, overall good 'guide' if you will.
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