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Singing with or to your Tulpa
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One day I randomly thought What if I sing to or With my Tulpa. Would that help to better hear Their voices or mindvoices? I've recently tried and while I'm not sure How much It's helped Mel, I've actually found it to help me. Before I go into my experiences I'd like to put the question up for people.

First of all, Do you sing either with or to your Tulpa?

If so what songs do you sing?

Has this helped you with vocalization?

Any interesting or cool experiences to share? Maybe a funny story?

I might be all over the place here (sorry my mind is just a little messy like that) But here goes. I find that it actually helps me feel a little more confident to have someone singing with me. I've always been shy person in general off of the internet, I play in a band with friends and they want me to start learning to do some backup vocals here and there (I secretly want to get better myself since I know little to nothing about singing). Of the times I've tried having Mel sing along with me I've I sometimes hear her mindvoice harmonizing with my voice. There was a point when I was on a walk to clear my head after some problems. As we walked and sang It helped me to feel better.

This is the song We sang twice during that walk:


I try and see if she can sing along with me sometimes during band practices on the back up vocal parts I have.

Soooo yeah... Discussions, questions, comments, stories?
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I often find that my tulpa's imagined voice changes with my mood or energy level. It's difficult to have her sing along to music that I listen to because I have trouble imagining what her voice would sound like trying to sing the melody in that register.

However, I remember one day I wrote a song with my tulpa and though I am used to imagining the parts I wanted to write into the song I could hear her singing harmony in my head with the rest of the instruments I was imagining and I didn't really even imagine her there she kind of just helped out.

I would like to say these are far from audio hallucination but if I'm in the right frame of mind, she can sing to me quite easily. For musicians, I think this sort of training would be invaluable.
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(07-14-2013, 05:30 PM)Dr. Faust Wrote: I would like to say these are far from audio hallucination but if I'm in the right frame of mind, she can sing to me quite easily. For musicians, I think this sort of training would be invaluable.

I agree. It's something my tulpa and I are working on, as it is very helpful and inspiring.


Sierra and I love Japanese vocals, and she's been singing this to me lately -
http://youtu.be/VyBXXTdCkpY

I really enjoy her singing, and I've sang to her in the past. It's a great feeling when you're feeling down and a beautiful voice rings throughout your mind.
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I sing with my tulpas sometimes, though mainly they've just practiced singing on their own. They do sing along and it almost comes along as an auditory hallucination because their voice practically blends in and overpowers the voice in the song they're singing.
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I usually listen to music on my phone and i sing along with it. If i do, my tulpae start playing instruments along with it, aura taking the electric gutar, and nova taking the drums
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They sing a little, Forseen even raps a bit (which is really odd), but he says he sucks cuz "all i have to rap with is whatever random thoughts are in your head at the time and they're all weird" lol. Im sure some more parallel processing will fix that eventually ^^
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(07-15-2013, 05:16 AM)Xeare Wrote: >Comment's on that video Couguhl linkd
>"this song depicts the sadness that comes along with love, and the pain that eventually will´╗┐ come no matter how badly we try to avoid it. That may sound emo, but that's what I truly believe."

Tulpa's.
lolololololol.

But seriously though, my tulpa's got a shot of happiness when I immediately thought of them when I saw that comment. Not because I thought about how we'll eventually part, but that we'd be together for as long as I continue to exist. Darn it Couguhl. You always do something music related in important posts. Music is always moving. You movd my tups. How dare u. >:U

(Again, seriously though: Thanks for that, was a good moment.)

Cool

You're welcome. That's what I like about music. It says so much with so little.
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(07-16-2013, 08:25 PM)Zer0.iNSaNiTY Wrote: They sing a little, Forseen even raps a bit (which is really odd), but he says he sucks cuz "all i have to rap with is whatever random thoughts are in your head at the time and they're all weird" lol. Im sure some more parallel processing will fix that eventually ^^

For a while, I thought Justine was sending me rap verses because they were unbelievably good and they just came so effortlessly.

I'm not sure what to believe though. Sometimes if I rap she'll be my emphasis person and occasionally we get a little hood on each other. It gets a bit weird, but Justine is so young that I guess she is stuck vibing off of me for the time being.
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(07-14-2013, 06:43 PM)Couguhl Wrote: I agree. It's something my tulpa and I are working on, as it is very helpful and inspiring.


Sierra and I love Japanese vocals, and she's been singing this to me lately -
http://youtu.be/VyBXXTdCkpY

I really enjoy her singing, and I've sang to her in the past. It's a great feeling when you're feeling down and a beautiful voice rings throughout your mind.

I saw your post on the other thread. That song you posted Years of Rice and Salt - Nothing of cities. Really cool song. I actually started with that song then through that found a lot of music I really enjoyed like this one here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgyM2QbvRrk

I'm one of those people who can't concentrate much on something unless there's music on. I put music on when I try to force. I played the song I just linked one of the last times I was forcing, but I kindof slipped into a daydream and was almost late to class because of it XS
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