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[Visualization] Teryakywind's Guide to Making the Imagined Real
#21
Guess I'll approve for Tips. It's not an imposition guide so I don't know how QB's could be comparable, unless he wrote some other guide that I'm forgetting or something.
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#22
Approved, Tips and Tricks, although could also work as Guides.

This is a technique for building imagination immersion by integrating as many senses as possible.

The technique is also useful for many tulpa-related things as well - imposition (such as with q2's guide) or even personality (asking the tulpa to sync up their voice, body language, emotions into a coherent whole and watching the marvelous result).

Oh, and provide (a) non-uploaded.net mirror(s) for the sound as well - that host has too many limitations, also .wav can be better compressed to some other lossless format, such as .flac while saving space.
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#23
Approved for Tips.
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#24
6/9 for Tips.
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#25
Link for audio file is broken/expired now. Page not found
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#26
What if I'm terrible at imagining things? When I close my eyes, I can't create an entire scenery. Does that mean I should practice and try harder, or or does it mean tulpas just aren't for me?
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#27
(05-26-2015, 01:53 AM)46ricechan Wrote: What if I'm terrible at imagining things? When I close my eyes, I can't create an entire scenery. Does that mean I should practice and try harder, or or does it mean tulpas just aren't for me?

Keep in mind that wonderlands are completely optional, so you don't need them in order to create a tulpa.

Still, if you want a wonderland, or just want to better your visualization skills to see your tulpa more clearly in your mind, there are a lot of good pages you can read. I'd suggest looking through this one first, and then going down the Visualization section on this page.
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#28
I like this alot. It did leaps and bounds for me (at lest the idea of sense cycling). I also tryed placeing my tulpa beside me and added his smell sounds and what not....the link for the audio file is broken....I'm tempted to try and make my own guided visualization audio thingy eather just this or oc.....I've never done it but i did do voice acting a while back... let me know if anyone is interested
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#29
For some reason I just have a hard time keeping balance in my dreamscape, especially when I'm vividly imagining it. When I try to walk forward I tend to stumble over like I'm drunk or something.. Is this normal at first? Will I just have to practice being able to walk within my dreamscape?
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