emptysketchbook September 27, 2015 Share September 27, 2015 Consider this: a person with a disability affecting personality and emotions cannot feel certain emotions on his own. Now, a tulpa, a mindentity on it's own, creates itself as a response to the person's brain struggling to fix itself. What do we get? An emotive tulpa, perhaps? I've been introduced to the tulpa community not too long ago, but I've had a tulpa for a majority of my life. I theorized a lot on the reason why I was "blessed" by a mindentity. I've come to a conclusion, however, that my tulpas(there are 4 currently) are the representations of emotions and feeling that I am supposed to have but do not have. In the easiest words, myy mindentities are giving me my emotions, when I need them the most. Let me give you an example: a couple of years ago I was attacked by a very aggressive man who've been threatening me for many month before. Normally, I would take a beating so that he calms down and doesn't bother me again. I don't care much for a bruise and a cut here and there. But that time I felt the need to fight back(I was given an advice to fight him by somebody), and that's when my Tulpa, "red" as I call him, steps in and possesses the body. I blackout, next thing I remember is walking calmly towards my house. I knew from all the gossiping that the man had several of his bones broken. Dramatic much? I would like to know whether somebody else has their tulpa influence their emotional state. Also, would you view your tulpa negatively if it affected your life in such a significant way; to an extent of being dependant on it. Any other questions posed will be answered to the best of my ability. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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