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[Narration] Schlondark on Narration
#21
Some people choose not to use parroting, because they believe it will upset the tulpa -- and if the tulpa is sentient, it might. If the tulpa is not sentient ... well, it's a matter of debate. But yes, parroting is a very effective method, but you should stop once your tulpa can speak without it.

I wouldn't say that it stifles progress not to parrot. The way I see it, not parroting is the baseline, and parroting is a shortcut to progress.
"Some things have to be believed to be seen." - Ralph Hodgson
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#22
Is there a specific way to make sure I'm speaking to my tulpa with my mind voice and not just thinking to myself? You say she'll "hear me", but how do I know she's listening? I'd also like to know if you think visualization is beneficial during narration.
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#23
Think of your tulpa, their 'essence', everything that makes them who they are. You're directing your thoughts towards that, and you can use a visual representation if you'd like, since that usually makes it easier for people. So, yes, visualization is beneficial for narration, but don't rely on it. You should be narrating as often as you can about whatever you can, regardless of quality, because you're feeding attention to your tulpa.
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