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#1
So sometimes when I narrate to my tulpa, I feel head pressure. Other times, I feel nothing at all. Is head pressure a sign that your tulpa is listening to you? Or do they still hear you even when you don't feel head pressures? What are your thoughts?

Tulpas, what about you? Do you remember when head pressure was all you were capable of? Were you still able to see and hear even when your person was only giving you mild attention?
“Of course it is happening inside your head... but why on earth should that mean that it is not real?” -Albus Dumbledore

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#2
Head pressure should not really be used as an indication that your tulpa is listening, or all that much else, either.
There's technically no way to know for sure if they can hear you, unless you can hear them.

My tulpa says that later on (as in not in the very beginning), he was able to see and hear things just fine, without me having to give him any attention.

This is the way it seems to be for all tulpas, after they have developed to a certain point of autonomy.
"If this can be avoided, it should. If it can't, then it would be better if it could be. If it happened and you're thinking back to it, try and think back further. Try not to avoid it with your mind. If any of this is possible, it may be helpful. If not, it won't be."
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My tulpas agree to what Kiahdaj says. We think of head pressure as analogous to sore muscles; it seems to occur most often when we work together on complicated tasks that involves parallel processing.

Edit: Sorry for reviving an old thread, I accidentally opened the subforum at page 19...
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