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Naruto's shadow clones #anime
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Hey there everyone,

Long time fan of Tulpamancing, long time not so successful tulpa crafter....

So I had a interesting thought the other day. I watch a lot of youtube clips of things and the character Naruto Uzumaki from the series of the same name, develops a ability to create shadow clones early on. One of the hallmarks is that these clones process information as a seperate entity and then the energy that was used to create them returns to hime so does some of the information they gathered. (to any true fan of the show I apologise if I butchered anything)

My question then is that since a tulpa shares the same brain space as you, if you're learning some new skill, could you have multiple tulpas train (or possibly a tulpa that can multiply themselves), and have any of that information come back to you to help you progress faster?
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RE: Naruto's shadow clones #anime

You know, I thought we were just going to be discussing Naruto's shadow clones and their honestly very similar traits to tulpas. But then you made it unrealistic.

Doing multiple things at once with or without tulpas requires the ability to parallel process. Some people say they can do it, but not many. If you can, then you could learn with both processes at once. Theoretically you would only have been splitting your brain's power in two, though, not multiplying it. So no, tulpas can't convey Naruto's shadow clones' advantage of multiplying his experience a hundredfold. They could help you study or something, though.

Anyways, just compared to tulpas at all, they are pretty similar. Obviously tulpas of himself, but similar nonetheless. They're effectively separate people once made, capable of arguing with each other and thinking independently, for a time. They're also real, though, again for a time. So with the differences of them being 1) real and 2) clones of himself, they are similar to tulpas.

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RE: Naruto's shadow clones #anime

Not sure how helpful this will be. But.

Mine always seem to have a better memory than me. Ie. " What episode did we stop at last night?" Instant immediate correct answer just about every time. Whereas i... apparently have better things to do with my time than remember such innane details.

Also if I miss something, say playing a videogame, they will point it out to me "by the way you just missed that glowy spot". Etc.

Not sure if that would count. But I do get that sort of stuff quite frequently.

There are few things more confusing in this life, than trying to figure yourself out.

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07-03-2018, 03:39 PM
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RE: Naruto's shadow clones #anime

I find that my better facility with learning chemistry does not translate to Kevin [my born human] also being able to do chemistry better. The same has been my experience with finding solutions to complex-number functions-my mathematical ability does not seem to transfer to Kevin.

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