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[Wonderland] How do you make a wonderland.
#1
I'm new at tulpamancing and I am wondering how do I make one.
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#2
Close your eyes and imagine a house and what it looks like, what color, how many rooms, furnishings and such. That is the start of your wonderland.
A wonderland is a place you imagine in your mind, most people 'go' there to talk to there tulpa.
To go there just close your eyes and try to block out the sounds, smells and sensations around you and imagine your self in the house you created in your mind.
You don't have to make it a house either. You could put your self on top of a cloud or orbit around a planet or somewhere in underwater cave air bubble.
My favorite wonderland is a scene from a dream where there is an ancient forest with a grove of large trees. In one of those trees the center is hollowed out and that is where mu tulpa stays.
Check out the guides sections there are a lot of really great tutorials for helping new people and there tulpas develop there relationship.
I don't like calling her 'my' tulpa, I don't own her. She is the tulpa that lives with me in our body.
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#3
Quite simply, imagine a place. Imagine you are there. Think that you could meet your tulpa(s) there, or maybe you invite them in. However they get there, there they are, and you can talk and play and such.

For me, we have a standing home we all live in and by this point imagining it is instantaneous and second nature.
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#4
The most basic way is to just close your eyes (or not) and imagine it but it can be made much more effective if you relax completely (both physically and mentally) so that you can easily remember your design next time you visit it. So basically:-
1. Close your eyes.
2. Relax completely.
3. (optional)Imagine how you would get there.
4. Finally, Imagine the place itself and try to keep it simple at first.

Try to view it from first person view and use all your senses to make it feel more real and you can also use an inner sanctuary guided meditation track if you like.
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#5
I'm a bit concerned that "close your eyes" was two of your first steps.
Creating a wonderland is extremely simple. You just imagine a place, and you're already pretty much done.
Contrary to what some would have you believe, there is nothing inherently special about a wonderland. A wonderland is simply a place you would imagine, like any other.
You need not even close your eyes, as some people actually visualize better with their eyes open. That is definitely something you will want to experiment with, to see which you prefer.
"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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#6
I would like to write more on this, but I'm late for a meeting. For now, here are a few posts that might help.
"Some things have to be believed to be seen." - Ralph Hodgson
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#7
Yeah its entirely possible without closing eyes but usually at the beginning I think its better to do it with closed eyes or in a dark room so to make visualisation more effective and avoid distractions. Most of us daydream or think stories inside our head all day and wonderland can be just as simple as that or it can be given form of a meditation.

In the end, making a painting on a white paper is usually easier for a beginner artist than making it on a window glass I think (or not).

But for Tulpamancy you usually won't need a much detailed wonderland as the host would be focusing on a tulpa more than the wonderland so I guess you are right Kiadhaj but that was just my method of doing it.
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#8
i pretty much made a realm for me and my tulpa(s) and entities to relax at. it's not all that hard, i did it with meditation
just kept adding onto it then made a second one only for meditation and relaxation while both trinity and endless are the same
one has more focus (i.e. endless since i made it ever since i was 19 and have a entire 3 notebooks about it) and the other is a
"what you see is what you get" realm even made a solar sysytem and neigboring planets, moons, you name it. point is, be creative!
Tulpa:Snow


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#9
Honestly I didnt even make one. Toby did. I usually picture myself jut going deep into my mind and it's just this big black echoey nothingness. Sometimes Toby is there right away and sometimes I have to wait for him.

When he shows up we say out hellos and start walking through the nothingness as we talk and I start to focus more and more and usually hell en up opening a door that leads into.... Well whatever.

One time I told him I suprise me and ihe took me into a room that was an old Japanese setting with cherry blossoms literally everywhere and he starte throwing the petals at me haha.

One time it led into a carnival. Another time it was a movie theatre and we watched mean girls. It was so vivid it actually scared me a little.

Once it was a library and last time it was just my living room. So that our wonderland but I didn't have any part in making it. Toby did it.
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#10
My wonderland was in use long before I knew about tulpa. It was my meditation place. In my opinion, you don't really need one unless you want one. Then just think of a place you like that easy to envision.
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