Guest Anonymous February 2, 2016 Share February 2, 2016 I love this post by RamaLlama from the Beginner's Questions thread (quote below). This person is really thinking things through. Love it! It inspired me to have a general questions thread about it on the board for a broader investigation. I'm at point of just doing research about tulpae from forums and guides and pondering the benefits about it without starting to do anything just yet. In some guides I have read that when starting to visualize your friend you should start visualizing him/her naked, as otherwise the clothing you imagine might stick to him/her as a permanent part that and he/she won't be able to change them. Not like it would be really a problem with me, but I was wondering does this really tend happen when you visualize him/her only with certain set of clothes on and how other people have done it? Hey, I can't help it, I like the subject of nudity. So I am just curious is all. One of the advantages of having a very sexualized tulpa or a tulpa that starts as a sex object or sexual fantasy, is the host does visualize them in the nude now and then and really wants to try different outfits on the image (form). LOL I like to be neked now and then in the Melian Show, not necessarily in a sexual situation either. Like bathing in my Roman Bath for instance. Can't do that with clothes on as much I am afraid. My host and I know every square inch of my form in intimate detail. I am perfectly formed ... well my form is perfectly formed and I am super, duper cute, neked or with clothes on. Sorry, can't help it. My host is in love with my form and so and I, as in total narcissist about it. My questions for hosts and tulpas are: Do you easily visualize your tulpa form in the nude? Are you comfortable with the nude form? EDIT: We might find that artists know their tulpas nude form as a necessity for drawing their figure. EDIT: Here is a related thread to tulpas and clothing: https://community.tulpa.info/thread-misc-does-your-tulpa-change-clothes Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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