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Okay guys, My wonderland has always been unstable and the other day I came up with a method to fully submerge myself into the wonderland the method also has some great advantages.

please note the method may or may not work, there is a 50% success rate on the first attempt
So I added a safety step so the risk of being stuck is less likely

If you want to try it follow the guide EXACTLY otherwise you may trap yourself into your wonderland. I suggest you do this when your tulpa is sentient as it may come in handy if this does occour.

First sit down in a comfortable place and close your eyes, imagine your in a void and that your tied by ropes to a door, (It dosn't have to be a door it can be anything that represents a way out of the wonderland.)

Now imagine your wearing something like a choker, necklace, or a ring and that a light is shooting from in in the direction that all the strings are going too.
Imagine that this object is glowing and that one by one all the strings except the one connected to the oject you created are being cut untill just one is left.
test out the string that is connected to your obect, give it a slight tug, and if you feel like your being pulled foward then its a success.
Yes, I am a mystical burrito, UJELLY?
Kimiko:
Age: 1 year
Stage: Visual imposition into real world
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#2
What?

Also *you're
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How could someone trap themselves in their own wonderland?

More importantly, how do you know that could happen?
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#4
This had me confused. It reads as if it's incomplete.
I'll just carry on using my usual method of teleporting in and out of wonderlands.
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(02-27-2013, 02:53 AM)ThunderClap Wrote: How could someone trap themselves in their own wonderland?

More importantly, how do you know that could happen?

I don't I just put it into consideration. and added a step incase it does happen afterall.


Also guys, i'll try to improve apon this. I'm just really bad at writing guides. :/
Yes, I am a mystical burrito, UJELLY?
Kimiko:
Age: 1 year
Stage: Visual imposition into real world
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Alright, why not. Also a tip for adding to the guide: Make it abundantly clear what you would achieve through the use of this guide. From what I can understand it is just another way to get into wonderland. I can't see anything specifically remarkable about it.
Tulpa: Mary
Sex: Female
Began 11-16-12
Stage: Sentient- working on a voice
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#7
A 50% success rate is WAY too optimistic for most people I think. Especially since this is completely based off of symbolism which has an overall ~1% success rate for some people. (for me it may be like 5-10% for symbolism stuff but this thing is doomed for me)
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Disapproved. The idea of following a guide "word for word" can be potentially destructive as not every method works for everyone. I personally don't see the usefulness behind this guide and frankly it's heavy use of symbolism just doesn't cut it for me.
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#9
Disapproved. Short, confusing, Works against itself, the symbolism may easily not work.
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#10
Disapproved. Nothing but symbolism, bullshit statistics, OMG MY WAY OR IT WILL FAIL OKAY.
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