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#11
This helped immensely. Thank you Chupi!
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(07-25-2012, 06:42 AM)Pandoranomicon Wrote: Dem Hydralisks man...

Back on topic, I think I get what Chupi is talking about a bit more. So, visualizing is to use your imagination, and to visually see it, it has to be imposed?

I don't know how my visualization skills are then actually! I am able to picture something in my mind, but I never got to imagine hearing, feeling, or smelling something etc. I should give this guide a try.

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Once again, thanks Chupi!

Hydralisks, bro. Bolts up your ass.

Yes, you got that right.
Visualization: Mind's eye.
Imposition: Real eyes.

As for hearing, feeling and smell:
That's mostly about associating visuals with the thing. Or let's say, smell and sound are.

But a bowl of sliced oranges next to you while visualizing your tulpa. You'll start smelling her orange-fragrance soon. Without the real oranges.

As for touch... difficult. Reeeeaaaally difficult.
Feel free to fuck up.
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#13
Who says touch is difficult? I don't have that hard a time with it. Just imagine your tulpa there, and start feelin' them up. I dunno, maybe I'm special. I don't actually feel it yet, but I don't find it difficult to imagine I am, which I assume comes first.
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I find a good way to train touch is to touch something. Rub it. Alot. Then hover your finger over the surface. Do not touch. Just imagine touching it. You can practicly feel it.
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I've tried simular to this but going to try anyway to visualise something.

Just to add to this, there are 3 main groups associated with this as explained
Sight
Hearing
Touch

Everyone is different and so some may be more inclined for it to be easier to focus on one of these 3 than others. An example would be that I am kinaesthetic and so I can know what an object is and imagine how it would feel well but am not good at visualising. Someone who composes music such as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart would be a good example of someone who is hearing based and an artist would often be good at sight.

What does this mean?
This means that when trying to visualise if you are not sight based is to focus on your best sense for imagination whether that be touch or hearing and then once you have a grasp on the object introduce a less refined sense until you are able to visualise.
Of course this also applies to someone who is good at visualisation but not at hearing o touch.

Hope this helps.
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(07-26-2012, 05:53 AM)sorryman54 Wrote: I find a good way to train touch is to touch something. Rub it. Alot. Then hover your finger over the surface. Do not touch. Just imagine touching it. You can practicly feel it.

This is a very good idea. I seem to get touch but only if I concentrate on it, and only in some parts of me, like my hands.
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(07-26-2012, 05:49 AM)Captain Nemo Wrote: Who says touch is difficult? I don't have that hard a time with it. Just imagine your tulpa there, and start feelin' them up. I dunno, maybe I'm special. I don't actually feel it yet, but I don't find it difficult to imagine I am, which I assume comes first.

I always thought touch was the easiest part.
Maybe it was thanks to the years of fapping using only imagination
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#18
Holy crap, you did that too!?
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(07-26-2012, 09:09 PM)WhiiteRussian Wrote: I always thought touch was the easiest part.
Maybe it was thanks to the years of fapping using only imagination

(07-26-2012, 09:31 PM)Captain Nemo Wrote: Holy crap, you did that too!?

My god, I do too! FAPCEPTION
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#20
I did that, too. Then I discovered the internet.
Feel free to fuck up.
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