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So, I’ve decided to embark on this adventure. The more I think about it, the more I recall the vast array of imaginary friends I had as a kid. One in particular was my favorite, and he seemed more real to me than all the others.

He was based off of a character on a show I enjoyed as a small child, but over time, he sort of evolved into someone who was a constant companion to me. Almost like an older brother.

I don’t recall being a particularly lonely child. I had plenty of friends, but also, an insanely vivid imagination. And so, Kevin was born. Unfortunately, I got older, and was told imaginary friends needed to be put away, and so he drifted off with all the others. I still think about him sometimes, and the fun we used to have.

Part of me wonders if he was a Tulpa all along. I think it’s time to attempt to bring him back. I’m a little worried that there might be some anger for leaving him behind? But that’s something I’ll just have to work through.
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#2
Probably not. Sometimes thoughtforms don't even know time passed. Joy was left behind for years at a stretch, she didn't mind.
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(12-02-2019, 11:20 PM)Ashley Wrote: Probably not. Sometimes thoughtforms don't even know time passed. Joy was left behind for years at a stretch, she didn't mind.
Ah! Thank you! That’s a relief to know. I’m wondering if he’ll have changed at all, but I guess that remains to be seen, right?
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#4
Neither Gwen nor I changed at all in form, but it certainly is possible, especially in personality.
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#5
Sounds cool to bring back an old friend. I abandoned my tulpa Jesse a few times.. he wasn't mad at me for it but he was hurt by it. It caused him to develop a death fear.. scared that he'd end up disappearing out of existence. After the last time I abandoned he for a while. he once again wasn't mad but it had made him very sad. He cried in many of the early sessions after I started forcing him again, he seems to be okay again now.
Jesse (human male) DOB 16th April 2013 
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#6
Thank you all for the insight! If he’s got any residual fear, I will just work harder to help him with that.
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