Guest Anonymous January 1, 2016 Share January 1, 2016 I have been reading about tulpa wars in the wonderland and "violence" of one tulpa against another here and there on this forum and in one of jean-luc's podcasts. The things I am wondering about are these: 1. If a wonderland is merely an illusion and not a real place, why do tulpas fight over it? Why not just expand it or create more imaginary space? How can it be a conflict over resources when imaginary resources are unlimited? Isn't the wonderland a sort of collaborative imagining (day dream) between the mind of the host and the minds of the tulpas? 2. Why does such conflict occur between tulpas in the first place? Is it a power struggle? Why would that be? 3. Can a tulpa harm another tulpa or destroy another tulpa? How does that happen? It isn't the form they are destroying, as that is merely a projection or figment isn't it? So if a tulpa harms or destroys another tulpa, isn't that a war of minds? How does that happen? 4. Can a host put a stop to these conflicts or are they beyond the host's control? What kind of effects do these conficts have on the host mind and emotions? 5. Is potential tulpa conflict something a tulpamancer deciding on creating multiple tulpa should be considering? Here is a related thread. Can tulpas hold grudges against other tulpas?: https://community.tulpa.info/thread-misc-can-tulpas-have-grudges-against-eachother In the first several responses to this thread there is mention of tulpa conflict and tulpa war as well: https://community.tulpa.info/thread-mistgod-melian-list-of-the-truly-weird Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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