Poll: was this my tulpas wonderland
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[Visualization] tulpa sent me a wonderland???
#1
okay so i have been really struggling with the creation process, not so much dedication but were to start and how long to stay in one area, etc. so a couple days ago i sat down and decided before anything i will create a wonderland, and i have been having the hardest time creating one, this morning tried and failed on deciding the location/biome. i got frustrated and quit again, but about half an hour ago i was thinkning up a rough vizulization of an old japanese building when i got a near perfect minds eye vizulization of an anceint(greek?), marble-column, altar covered in vines on the edge of a cliff. i could view it from above, and almost walk around in side of it. was this my tulpa sending me a wonderland, cause it never onced crossed my mind. im also confused because i havent even thought up a form, i was just gunna let my tulpa become what it feels it should be. i have done a little personality, but other then that i have no signs of my tulpa being sentient.
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#2
Honestly, at this point in development, I doubt your tupper could have done this. It has happened to me before where the world in my wonderland just changes spontaneously for no apparent reason.

Quilten: [I think your tulpa might have affected your wonderland a bit but these kinds of things tend to happen, so I wouldn't say that it definitely wasn't your tulpa, but I would doubt it. It's cool that you were able to do that bit as well as you described, though.]
Even though my username is that of my tulpa, Quilten, my name is Phaneron, the host, who does all of the actual posting.
Tulpas: Quilten, Jira
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#3
It's just you being able to see different perspectives. Whether it's bird's eye view, third person view, first person view, over the shoulder view, etc., it's just your perspective. It could be your tulpa, but you shouldn't be so hasty to attribute it as your tulpa doing so when it's probably just you being able to see new angles.
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#4
alright, thanks for the help guys
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