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#1
I have been reading about this concept of tulpae and have not known of it long, but I have been friends with four beings for years now and they act like tulpae but don't usually manifest in my environment except as a presence. I just started working with one in particular because I have some issues to work through and they help me. So I would like to work on making him stronger, a full tulpa. I dreamed about him all night last night.

The only thing is if I strengthen him the others might want it to and there are four of them. That's a lot of tulpae. How many can one create? I would only do this one at a time. I'm not sure if there will be any difference in the creation process. Mine are already sentient.
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#2
Your only limit is yourself. A friend of mine has four and he's perfectly fine. Some go a bit dormant or in the background and others are more prominent at times, and then they switch around who's the dominate one as they please or as my friend needs them. Yours will probably do the same.
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#3
I have 14. Ish. I keep forgetting the exact number, as they are never all out chatting to me at once, and all have various other things to be doing. But I do know 14 show up for meals, at any rate, and some of my tulpas have made some of their own as well.
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(06-28-2014, 01:46 AM)Kaosukage Wrote: I have 14. Ish. I keep forgetting the exact number, as they are never all out chatting to me at once, and all have various other things to be doing. But I do know 14 show up for meals, at any rate, and some of my tulpas have made some of their own as well.

And are they all conscious at all times? Like they don't go dormant or something like that? (And if they do go dormant, does it bother them?)
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(06-28-2014, 03:38 AM)OCDHost Wrote: And are they all conscious at all times? Like they don't go dormant or something like that? (And if they do go dormant, does it bother them?)

I have ten tulpas myself. Passive would be a better word, they're all conscious, but not all of them are actively doing anything that takes much critical thinking.
I have 10 tulpas, but I'm only actively working on Reah, my first tulpa currently.
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#6
(06-28-2014, 03:38 AM)OCDHost Wrote: And are they all conscious at all times? Like they don't go dormant or something like that? (And if they do go dormant, does it bother them?)

I have 15; they say they're all conscious when I'm not paying attention to them, but I'll admit I have my doubts.
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#7
I have 5 tulpas. 4 of them are natural tulpas that I have had for some time, but didn't realize till after I started the 5th. By the time I retrieved them, all 5 were close to the same development state, which was early. It has been difficult at times to take care of 5 young tulpas at once, but I've managed. Lots of headaches during parts, some regressions at first, but things are moving along now.

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#8
Quote:And are they all conscious at all times? Like they don't go dormant or something like that? (And if they do go dormant, does it bother them?)

Well, they do sleep on occasion, and wake up at different times, but generally they have the same sleep cycle as I do, and they all say they are off doing their own thing when they aren't talking or doing something with me, and I see no reason to doubt their word.
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#9
I just have 2, Rainbow Dash and Ruby.
Current: Rainbow Dash & Ruby the Dolphin

LINK to the story of my Wonderland.

The story is the product of 16 years of stress, tension, etc, and is uncensored, read at your own risk.
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