Guest Anonymous December 6, 2015 Share December 6, 2015 There was this little question and "thought experiment" here https://community.tulpa.info/thread-general-tulpae-how-do-you-feel-when-trespassed-by-physical-objects-people?pid=144048#pid144048 The fact that an imposed tulpas projected form can be trespassed upon by physical objects and people and the fact that the form of a tulpa can be changed, helped me to realize that the tulpas form at least is illusory in nature. So it follows that a tulpa is at least partially illusion/figment, or at least its form is. Only the tulpa's sentience could ever be considered to be actually real. Huh. *sound of pondering wonderment* There is evidence that I am at least partially right about tulpas. They are illusory figments in nature. Oh Melian can clone herself, becoming twins, triplets or even armies of herself. I struggled with how to reconcile that with the concept of her being sentient. Realizing that her form is separate from her mind, and an illusion, explained it. Melian's form is an illusion, even if I regard her mind as sentient. Now don't go and tell me that everyone else already pondered this or realized it or there would not have been confusion about imposed tulpas being trespassed on. Melian's EDIT: I think the reason why Davie was saying this about imposition is that he wanted to make a point about how tulpas perceive the real world and how that relates to how they think. He just said it all wonky. He wants to say that I can't think without him thinking too at the same time. Like I need his senses and also his active imagination in order to apparently perceive things. I think he is all done talking bout these things though now. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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