Narration throughout all the steps is my method, I already coined it! ORIGINAL METHOD DO NOT STEAL!
To the subject though, yes, narration during personality, the "we" approach, is as valid (if not more valid) than the other methods.
I took a more psychological approach, setting up Haru's OCEAN traits, temperament, multiple intelligence, etc. I did use a bit of Uta Hagen's 9 questions, although I had to change them a bit to fit an overall personality since the questions were made for a character on stage during a given scene. Here is the list after I altered it:
- Who am I?
Name and personality.
- Where am I?
Obviously where your creator lives/is.
- What are the given circumstances?
You're a tulpa. How do you deal with it? Do you care?
- What is my relationship?
Your relationship with your creator. God figure? Lover? Parent? Lover?
- What do I want?
What are your ideals?
- What is in my way?
What is standing in the way of your ideals if anything??
- What do I do to get what I want?
How do you deal with what is in the way of your ideals? Do you actively seek out to obtain your ideals, or is it more of a passive seeking? Do you already have your ideals? How does this effect you?