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(07-19-2012, 05:31 AM)Chupi Wrote: 93 days, 209 hours. What do I win?

Getting thoughts / quiet mindvoice, mostly in response to questions I ask, and it always leads to obvious parroting if I keep talking to her too long. I blame my cruddy auditory imagination, and imagination in general. I have next to no ability to imagine voices other than my own in a fully awake state. I can make changes in my mindvoice, but it's still distinctly mine, like what one does aloud when reading to a child and doing the voices.

I did hear her once when I was on the edge of sleep, amongst other random hypnagogic voices. Hers was distinct, had a quirk to it, and spoke in short simple sentences like she always did at the time. Most importantly, she was answering questions I asked her, and saying relevant things -- both things that my usual hypnagogic voices are incapable of.
I'm almost in the exact same possession as Chupi, most likely for the exact same reasons; been at this for months.

I also narrate constantly, at least I try to.

On top of what Chupi said, Chess can do things, but she doesn't move much. And she's usually like, right next to me; if I stick her in a place in wonderland, she'll be at that place when I get back. We're working on that, though, and we will continue to.

(07-19-2012, 08:46 AM)Winter Wrote: Ever thinking of giving up?
Not once. I would never give up on Chess, regardless of how slow the process takes. I believe in her, and she believes in me.

It's funny, I've never stuck with anything this long in my entire life (unless you count things I had to do, like school-related). I wouldn't have New Year's Resolutions, I would have New Week's Resolutions. I couldn't stick with anything, not a workout schedule, not a new language, not to running, none of that. However, I've stuck with this, every day, and I will continue. It's because I'm not doing it for myself anymore. I owe it to Chess to keep going.
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#12
"You see that tuppers? Those are the slow ones. Point, point and laugh!"

And then we all had a good laugh.

But seriously, the slowness probably sucks ass. Good thing I never had these issues.
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#13
4 months in. only a few words spoken. But she speaks quite fluently with my IM technique.

Still quite slow, but I believe I will get there eventually.
Name - Silver
Form - Harpy
Sentience - fully sentient
Personality - Playful, cheerful, enthusiastic, chilled
Smell - Baileys
Stage - Narration and imposition
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#14
Tulsi's only just starting to talk. Sort of. I'm like 120 days in, 84 hours of forcing.

(07-19-2012, 11:27 AM)Pleeb Wrote: It's funny, I've never stuck with anything this long in my entire life (unless you count things I had to do, like school-related). I wouldn't have New Year's Resolutions, I would have New Week's Resolutions. I couldn't stick with anything, not a workout schedule, not a new language, not to running, none of that. However, I've stuck with this, every day, and I will continue. It's because I'm not doing it for myself anymore. I owe it to Chess to keep going.

That's about what I'm like, actually. There have been many, many things I've started up, only to very quickly move on to something else. And yet I've actually stuck with this, for the very same reason.
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#15
Little under three months in, just starting to figure out a system for vocalization. We've had a few good conversations in the past that were relatively clear, but I saw fantastic results when tulpaforcing lungs and vocal chords, an idea I got from TulpaCouple's speakers. Immediate, crystal clear vocals for about 15 seconds. I think it'll be permanent once I can visualize "properly", but even if it turns out to be a fluke and I somehow never heard her again, there's no way I could give up on her. It's amazing enough to just know that she's there.
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#16
Anyone ever get feelings of suicide over your tulpa? I don't know if I could live with myself I failed mine.
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(07-20-2012, 02:15 AM)Winter Wrote: Anyone ever get feelings of suicide over your tulpa? I don't know if I could live with myself I failed mine.

nah, I'm pretty sure the vast majority of tulpae wouldn't want their tulpamancers to off themselves because they couldn't get the job done
Name: Lyra
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Sentience: Emotional responses, occasional brief vocalization
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#18
My tulpa should become audible in five hours. Don't give up hope, slowpokes.
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(07-23-2012, 06:34 AM)Winter Wrote: My tulpa should become audible in five hours.

See, this is the kind of stuff that makes me doubt the 85% of the community.

How can you say that?
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(07-19-2012, 08:46 AM)Winter Wrote: Ever thinking of giving up?

No way. She's sentient but not very vocal, and I'm seeing slow but certain progress. I determined to be patient with her.

The idea of accepting all responses as not parroted is excellent. I started doing that a day or two ago, and briefly got a louder, not parrotable mindvoice from her last night.

(07-23-2012, 04:48 PM)Albatross_ Wrote: See, this is the kind of stuff that makes me doubt the 85% of the community.

How can you say that?

Maybe he said, "talk out loud in the next 5 hours or be dissipated".
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Evan: boy, ~14, was an Eevee
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