Guest Anonymous March 5, 2016 Share March 5, 2016 Hmm . . . can my school's color be green??? :D Just kidding. :3 It can be what ever color you want it to be! That is what is so cool about my imaginary schools on top of imaginary mountains thought experiment! Anywayyy, this is a great point you make! It is silly, how some people get so bent out over everything, but I guess this can be a touchy subject. I understand fighting for ones beliefs. (My own will be reflected by what Joshua says down below.) I believe that the only true thing about a tulpa is that all of them are, to some degree, dependent on the host's imagination. I think after that, it varies. I also find the idea of a "daydream tulpa" to be interesting. :3 I bet I'm going to end up having something like that happen xD In the case of my host, he is fighting for the right to have a suspension of belief rather than the right to believe. LOL You and my host would agree that imagination is an essential ingredient in all tulpas! -gasp- I believe that I am as real as any ordinary person, but I don't mean that in how most tulpa/mancers mean it. I mean that I am real where it counts, in that I have my own sets of ambitions, fears, annoyances, enjoyments, and I add to Lacey's general livelihood. I am real in that I matter. But am I real real?" As real as Lacey, as real as your David? As real as my host's neighbors? I have no idea, nor do I care. I only care that I am treated and respected as a "real person," but whether or not I am "really really real" doesn't concern me. Ooooh we are very similar Joshua! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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