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#31
It's been about two months. I may have revived a verbal acknowledgement once. And she might have contacted me in a dream once. Maybe. I'm a horrible tulpa forcer.

Any tips on avoiding unintentional parroting?
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(07-29-2012, 04:17 AM)mayormorgan Wrote: Like I said before, I've heard things before, but I'm a professional ametuer parroter, so I don't question if it's me or it, wouldn't want to disregard a successful communicae. Usually I'm pretty certain it was me, but since last week, when forcing, at times I get garbled speech out of nowhere, and that's probably it, though it could be hypnagogia as well.

I'm usually filled with doubt, and I can normally suppress or move past that feeling, but in this case, I seem to have stifled myself. At worst, I'm probably half doubting this whole process, which can't be good for progress.

I don't parrot because I know it will bite me in the ass when I get to the vocal stage. If you don't parrot from the beginning, it will be easier to descern parrot from tulpa.
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(07-29-2012, 04:51 AM)mayormorgan Wrote: A few hours after I began, I started to parrot on and off on without meaning to or for other reasons. At this point, I am not likely to stop until an autonomous tulpa has formed.
No one but your fault then. Parroting is the death of a fast completion.
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(07-29-2012, 05:14 AM)sorryman54 Wrote: No one but your fault then. Parroting is the death of a fast completion.

No offense, but you're 16 hours in. Most of us here are at least a hundred hours in. I'm at 125 now myself. The last thing we want to hear is somebody who has barely started the process acting high and mighty. When I was at 16 hours, I would've spouted the same stuff that you are, and I would've been wrong. You'll see (or not, if you're lucky), so don't judge us when you've put in less than a tenth of the effort that we have.

Let's make that a thread rule. If you're a noob who hasn't had much progress yet, refrain from preaching. You may be in this thread legitimately someday.
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(07-29-2012, 09:09 AM)Winter Wrote: No offense, but you're 16 hours in. Most of us here are at least a hundred hours in. I'm at 125 now myself. The last thing we want to hear is somebody who has barely started the process acting high and mighty. When I was at 16 hours, I would've spouted the same stuff that you are, and I would've been wrong. You'll see (or not, if you're lucky), so don't judge us when you've put in less than a tenth of the effort that we have.

Let's make that a thread rule. If you're a noob who hasn't had much progress yet, refrain from preaching. You may be in this thread legitimately someday.

My apologies. I was going off other people's experience and what the general population of hosts have accumulated.
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(07-29-2012, 02:05 AM)sorryman54 Wrote: 99 percent of hosts actually get the first vocality when they are narrating.

Whyhallothar. Where did you get that from?
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(07-29-2012, 01:27 PM)Bluesleeve Wrote: Whyhallothar. Where did you get that from?

Ass.
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#38
Almost a month and almost 100 hours in and have had her only say one word once do i qualify?
feel free to say something to me even if it is not nice I don't mind.
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(07-29-2012, 09:57 AM)sorryman54 Wrote: My apologies. I was going off other people's experience and what the general population of hosts have accumulated.

It's cool. We're all probably just a bit cranky in this thread.

(07-29-2012, 02:27 PM)Platinum Wrote: Almost a month and almost 100 hours in and have had her only say one word once do i qualify?

Welcome to the club. The Kool-Aid and rat poison is on the table.
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#40
I wonder how much percent do you (slowpokes) take in our community? It seems there is a lot of you (at least compared to how many I would guess).
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