Guest Anonymous February 8, 2016 Share February 8, 2016 Guys, tulpas are so subjectively personal! We get so caught up in proving the realness of tulpas scientifically on this forum or in looking for signs of sentience and autonomy. Lets stop talking about science and sentience for just one moment please. Lets talk about the benefits of imagining and visualizing a tulpa as a form of meditative expression, creativity and inspiration. Regardless of whether or not I am real sentience or not, my hostie David and I have found great rewards in doing collaborative art, day dreaming, dreaming and meditating together. It may not be very "scientific" but more subjectively personal, emotive, meditative or even spiritual in nature. Some things science cannot measure. Having a tulpa may not be super tangible scientifically, but there can be very realistic subjective results for the host that are very meaningful. We get so caught up in the "For Science" on this forum we are sometimes perhaps failing to explore or discuss the best parts of tulpamancy and the potential for expanding the human mind. The personal benefits of tulpamancy may not be quantifiable or measurable in some tangible way every time, but they certainly are real. I would like to hear on this thread from those who find their tulpa to be personally beneficial in such things as meditation, memory and cognition, artistic expression, exploring dreams or with emotional support and coping with life. I want to go beyond just saying "my tulpa is my companion and keeps me from being lonely." What other benefits do you get from having a tulpa? Putting science and "proving" signs of sentience aside, what does having a tulpa do for you? How is it personally beneficial for you to have a tulpa? *How has having a tulpa helped grow emotionally? *How has having a tulpa motivated you or inspired you? *Does having a tulpa help you cope with life and make you more stable? *Have you gained artistic inspiration or talent from/with your tulpa? *Have you gained any personal skills by having a tulpa? *Does having a tulpa improve your memory or cognition? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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