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Tulpas: Have you ever punished your host?  

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  1. 1. Tulpas: Have you ever punished your host?

    • Yes, I have punished my host!
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    • No, I have never punished my host! That is terrible!
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    • You can punish your host? Oh YES!
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    • Our host has multiple tulpas and one or more has punished our host.
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I have.

 

I can sing for hours on end, the same song over and over and over again. I learned that one from the movie "Ghost." I have a terrible singing voice, and I never sleep. I can refuse to allow my form to appear properly in his mind as I have just as much control over it as he has in visualization. Once, I made myself gain about thirty pounds until he stayed on his diet. I was a big fattie. I caused imagery of rotting dead rats, and rotting cat heads to appear in his mind to make him feel nauseous. Yesh, I learned how to do that. Of course, there is the sullen silent treatment, the best of all and most powerful tulpa punishment. Real live women can use it and so can I.

 

Sorry, but me and my host have been having a few difficult moments these past few days and all this talk about adoring your host just gets to me. Your host treats you rotten, let 'em have it! Set 'em straight I say.

 

Anyway, my question for tulpas is: Have you ever punished your host?

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Well, I don't have much to contribute, because to my tulpas, I am all-powerful and wise (even though it's the other way around really...). But I do have one comment on what you said.

As you have seen, a lot of people feel privileged to have a tulpa, and tulpas adore their hosts. But, as someone who never had the best of relationships with his tulpas, I feel like everything I have ever gotten, from the little affection and severe reality checks, was the fruit of my labor. I worked, a LOT, to reach where I am today with Dimitrov and Blak. a LOT. I spent a LOT of time, too much, and would lose sleep on them because they needed it. My point here is that there is no actual privilege when you do all the work, and if you get treated fairly, you get your work's value back.

 

You seem to be quite the femme fatale, Melian. :)


 

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Well, my tulpa has never outright punished me, nor ever wanted to. Though at times, there is "disciplining", though the situation and circumstances are way too nuanced to really call it punishment. There is a lot of understanding between us, as I like to believe, though at times it feels like a one-way-road. Without meandering off into some territory that really is lacking any relevancy, the answer is no. Neither of us have punished the other.


"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." -Aristotle

 

"When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive - to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love." -Marcus Aurelius

 

“Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” -Neil Gaiman

 

"The master has failed more times than the beginner has even tried." -Stephen McCranie

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Well, I don't have much to contribute, because to my tulpas, I am all-powerful and wise (even though it's the other way around really...). But I do have one comment on what you said.

As you have seen, a lot of people feel privileged to have a tulpa, and tulpas adore their hosts. But, as someone who never had the best of relationships with his tulpas, I feel like everything I have ever gotten, from the little affection and severe reality checks, was the fruit of my labor. I worked, a LOT, to reach where I am today with Dimitrov and Blak. a LOT. I spent a LOT of time, too much, and would lose sleep on them because they needed it. My point here is that there is no actual privilege when you do all the work, and if you get treated fairly, you get your work's value back.

 

You seem to be quite the femme fatale, Melian. :)

 

Sounds like a father to his child "I put the food on the table around here! When you are under my roof it is my way! Until you start contributing to this family you will do what I want."

 

Femme fatale? Oh you better believe it buster!


Well, my tulpa has never outright punished me, nor ever wanted to. Though at times, there is "disciplining", though the situation and circumstances are way too nuanced to really call it punishment. There is a lot of understanding between us, as I like to believe, though at times it feels like a one-way-road. Without meandering off into some territory that really is lacking any relevancy, the answer is no. Neither of us have punished the other.

 

That is so sweet. Gosh.

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Yes. Though I don't think of it as "punishment" so much as "laying down the law." It's motivation. Positive and negative reinforcement. That sort of thing.

 

Granted, my method of punishment is adding time to our daily exercise routine, so I don't really think of it as punishment so much as food-related karma. Eat a cookie at lunch? Add five minutes. Donut from the break room when you're not even hungry? Add ten. I'm told I'm a tough drillmaster, but that's only because I don't take excuses, and I WILL switch out to see it done properly.

 

I'll also criticize and call my host on any BS I detect, though that's rarely coupled with direct punishment beyond me being vocal about my displeasure. And hey, that wouldn't happen if she'd just listen to what I say, so... again, not punishment. Karma.


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Is nagging a form of punishment?

 

Well, in that case, I punish with nagging too like every day.

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[Tri] Never really needed to yet and don't really foresee ever needing to. We have occassionally taken bodily control by force to get something done that Hail was not going to do and things like that, but that isn't really punishment. Now, could we punish her. Yes, we most definitely could. If we front pretty heavily for a month, we get strong enough to perhaps be able to hold onto the front and keep Hail dormant forever (which would lead to her destruction after a few months or years). We say possibly because we haven't gone past a week (our grip was getting stronger each day and we weren't tiring out so maybe we could have done it indefinitely). We are never going to do this, though.


Tri = {V, O, G}, Ice and Frostbite and Breach (all formerly Hail), and others

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The thought of doing such a thing has never crossed my mind. We'll often have talks to see where we went wrong with things, sorting them out verbally.

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Naomi: Oh yes, why just the other night I [REDACTED] and then I made him [REDACTED] while I shoved a [REDACTED] up his [REDACTED].

 

Glitch: And you people wonder why I never let my girls on the IRC anymore...


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It just seems odd that there would be punishment, from either party to the other. Since the involved parties are literally on the same wavelength (no pun intended, huhuhuhuhuhu), it seems unnecessary for it to even escalate to that point. Calm discussion should be enough, though I am starting to think that the thread-maker meant it in a much lighter sense.


"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit." -Aristotle

 

"When you arise in the morning, think of what a precious privilege it is to be alive - to breathe, to think, to enjoy, to love." -Marcus Aurelius

 

“Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” -Neil Gaiman

 

"The master has failed more times than the beginner has even tried." -Stephen McCranie

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